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International Consolidated Airlines Group S.A. (BABWF)

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1.5000+0.0400 (+2.74%)
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    Yassen
    Another strong quarter and we will continue to push up.
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    Gerry
    If Euro, UK and US avoid recession the only way is up from here, but that applies to most all companies.
    IAG have offset a lot of cancellations by price increases.
    Capacity numbers are headed for 90% in Q3
    60% of fuel price is hedged for two years
    Deals done with the unions.
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    Sam
    IAG was a £6 and above stock pre pandemic, did s rights issue rather than take government handouts. It’s definitely worth over £2 - £2.20 and will double down if they do a buy back at some point. Sit and hold my friend. Buying at anything below £1.20 is a given. Plus dividends are usually good. I’d buy to sell long term as well as buy to hold some for income
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    Yassen
    Big week for IAG!!!
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    Tommy
    I read the news today. Both sides agreed on a new pay deal. The summer strike called off. This is a brilliant news for IAG.L shareholders. I am not holding this stock’s shares but if I had cash I would straightaway buy. I am more buying Rolls Royce. I can’t invest heavily more than one stock. Anyways, those already bought IAG.L shares big congrats from me. The ones who are still thinking to invest, IAG.L is now a no brainier stock.
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    Tommy
    I don’t understand why individual investors are selling. Do you know how many people are currently being trained to work at the airports? Thousands. Also, do you think the 3% flight cancellation will force the aviation industry to bankrupt? No. Every month the staff shortage will reduce. Don’t panic sell according to the daily/weekly price changes and stay long. You sell you lose. I am not holding IAG.L shares but if I was holding I wouldn’t sell; I would keep buying.
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    Gustavo
    my money don't giggle giggle, it folds!
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    a
    all i can see is massive demand for flights and airtravel especially as summer period takes off. airports and airlines cannot keep up. so it seems results are going to be bumper and may see huge jump in sp
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    G
    how does a company post profit and their shares go down
  • Y
    Yassen
    Just brought another £1k at 106. Load up before you have buyers fomo in a couple of months
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    loucas
    Normal times are returning for IAG, and although the BA business is substantially smaller the foundations for expansion are there. A great Club Suite product being rolled out, staffing levels getting to normality. IAG continue to benefit through the Groups joint efficiencies and there are great Joint Business partnerships in play. At current pricing levels this continues to be a steal, but as always with the airline industry, external factors can bring all this down
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    Yassen
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    Tommy
    You should blame the Bank of England’s last minute market manipulation announcement. What is the point of talking about the uncertainty? Are you a creditor? A broker? A bank who gives a rating for stocks? No. Your job is to keep the country’s financial system safe and stock market is one part of it. I am now thinking that some “important investors” around them shorting some stocks and they need to secure their bets to make profits in short term.
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    Andrew
    I'm out at anything over 125...!!
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    Tommy
    The current price is ridiculously cheap. I am not holding IAG.L shares but for me any price below 160p is a dip price and must buy.
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    Tommy
    I totally support the British Airways staff because they sacrificed their salaries for around 10% during the pandemic and British Airways still didn’t bring the salaries to the pre pandemic levels. This is too much capitalism. The strike decision is definitely true and their right. They are not asking “an additional increase”; what they are asking is the pre pandemic salary range.
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    Alexis
    I don't understand why airlines in general are doing so badly? Is it because of inflation? Logically they should be going up since no restrictions, it's almost summer?
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    Tommy
    When I was reading news in Yahoo News today I focussed this:

    "British Airways has borrowed four aircraft from Finnair and four from sister airline Iberia instead of using any of 18 UK-registered Airbus planes the flag carrier has in storage, according to industry sources. EasyJet has “wet leased” eight aircraft to operate out of Gatwick and one out of Bristol from Latvia’s SmartLynx Airlines. TUI is borrowing five of SmartLynx’s jets to run services out of Gatwick, Manchester and Doncaster airports, as well as two planes from Lithuanian airline Avion Express for flights out of Gatwick."

    The aviation industry is finally quite busy like before the pandemic and it is now trying to respond to the demand. Wait for the Q4 results.
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    Tommy
    Air passengers are expected to hit 83 percent of pre-pandemic levels this year and the aviation industry's return to profit is "within reach" in 2023 despite ongoing uncertainty, the International Air Transport Association said on Monday.

    Industry losses are expected to drop to $9.7 billion this year, a "huge improvement" from $137.7 billion in 2020 and $42.1 billion in 2021, IATA said in an upgraded industry outlook ahead of its annual general meeting in Doha.

    Yahoo News - 20 June 2022