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Ryanair Holdings plc (RYAAY)

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107.24+2.72 (+2.60%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
107.74 +0.50 (0.47%)
After hours: 05:17PM EDT
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Previous close104.52
Open106.58
Bid107.21 x 1100
Ask107.77 x 800
Day's range104.11 - 107.46
52-week range69.73 - 121.63
Volume363,022
Avg. volume243,800
Market cap24.206B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.52
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-5.38
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date28 Oct 2015
1y target est125.00
  • Wizz says suffered brief rostering issue, rejects Ryanair "chaos" charge
    Reuters

    Wizz says suffered brief rostering issue, rejects Ryanair "chaos" charge

    Low-cost airline Wizz Air on Monday said it suffered three days of operational disruptions due to a cabin crew rostering issue last week but it rejected rival Ryanair's charge that it was suffering "operational chaos." O'Leary told an analyst call on Monday that he understood Wizz had cancelled hundreds of flights on a daily basis and had cancelled 14 routes from Vienna until September, where the Hungarian budget airline competes with Ryanair. He said issues were due to staff levels and staff not being current, referring to regulations that can force pilots and cabin crew to require additional training if they do not fly enough over an extended period of time.

  • Heathrow to welcome fewer passengers in 2021 than in pandemic year
    The Telegraph

    Heathrow to welcome fewer passengers in 2021 than in pandemic year

    Heathrow has been given fresh breathing space by its lenders after warning it will welcome fewer passengers in 2021 than when the pandemic hit last year. The airport is forecasting 21.5 million passengers this year, lower than the 22.1 million it handled in 2020. Bosses have struck a deal with lenders to avoid defaulting on a £15bn debt pile later this year as a result of the forecasts, which are lower than previously estimated. Heathrow said the passenger downgrade was “a consequence of ongoing

  • Heathrow's COVID-19 losses hit £2.9bn as CEO warns UK 'falling behind its EU rivals'
    Yahoo Finance UK

    Heathrow's COVID-19 losses hit £2.9bn as CEO warns UK 'falling behind its EU rivals'

    The airport said it has sufficient cover for its commitments until October 2022 in the 'extreme no revenue scenario'.