RYAAY - Ryanair Holdings plc

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
81.20
+0.74 (+0.92%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous Close80.46
Open80.45
Bid0.00 x 1200
Ask0.00 x 1200
Day's Range80.14 - 81.36
52 Week Range77.97 - 127.61
Volume521,762
Avg. Volume554,478
Market Cap15.358B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.64
PE Ratio (TTM)12.18
EPS (TTM)6.66
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend Date2015-10-28
1y Target Est110.00
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  • Hard Brexit could ground UK flights for three weeks: Ryanair CEO
    Reuters17 hours ago

    Hard Brexit could ground UK flights for three weeks: Ryanair CEO

    A hard Brexit could ground UK flights for up to three weeks but would be survivable for Ryanair (RYA.I), the Irish budget airline's CEO Michael O'Leary said ahead of a meeting of European Union leaders in Brussels on Wednesday. "You can ground aircraft for a week, two weeks, three weeks. It would be very painful," O'Leary told Reuters in Berlin.

  • Hard Brexit could ground UK flights for three weeks - Ryanair CEO
    Reuters20 hours ago

    Hard Brexit could ground UK flights for three weeks - Ryanair CEO

    A hard Brexit could ground UK flights for up to three weeks but would be survivable for Ryanair (RYA.I), the Irish budget airline's CEO Michael O'Leary said ahead of a meeting of European Union leaders in Brussels on Wednesday. "You can ground aircraft for a week, two weeks, three weeks. It would be very painful," O'Leary told Reuters in Berlin.

  • Investopedia2 days ago

    Brexit: Winners and Losers

    On March 29, 2017 British Prime Minister Theresa May handed EU president Donald Tusk the letter that formally invoked Article 50, triggering the U.K.'s two-year exit plan from the 28-member union. As of October 2018, the UK is in negotiations with the EU regarding the terms of this withdrawal agreement. This agreement is expected to be completed by October 19th, along with a political declaration regarding the future relationship between the UK and the EU.

  • Ryanair appoints additional managing director at Laudamotion
    Reuters3 days ago

    Ryanair appoints additional managing director at Laudamotion

    Ryanair (RYA.L) has appointed a third managing director at Laudamotion, the Austrian carrier said on Monday, tightening its grip on the leisure airline at a time when the Irish company is dealing with unrest among its employees across Europe. Ryanair holds a 75 percent stake in Laudamotion, whose founder and minority shareholder Niki Lauda is still in hospital after a lung transplant this summer. Michael O'Leary, the Irish budget carrier's Chief Executive, and Lauda teamed up early this year after the collapse of Air Berlin in an attempt to expand in Germany and Austria and challenge flagship carrier Lufthansa (LHAG.DE).

  • EU pilot group demands Ryanair reverse 'aggressive' base closures
    Reuters6 days ago

    EU pilot group demands Ryanair reverse 'aggressive' base closures

    A pan-European body representing Ryanair pilot unions on Friday described the Irish airline's decision to close two bases and reduce its capacity this winter as a "declaration of war" on unions and said the move must be reversed to make progress. Ryanair (RYA.I) in a statement angrily rejected the charge that the closures were targeted at unions, saying it had been forced to act by higher oil prices and falling airfares that have also contributed to base closures at other carriers in recent months. The Irish airline, Europe's largest low-cost carrier, has said it hopes to secure deals with several pilot unions in the coming months in an effort to bring a wave of industrial rest under control.

  • Ukraine seeks to bring in more airlines, sell airport contracts
    Reuters8 days ago

    Ukraine seeks to bring in more airlines, sell airport contracts

    Ukraine should have its first low-cost airlines flying domestic routes by the end of the year and is also putting a handful of contracts to run airports up for sale, the country's infrastructure minister said on Wednesday. Ireland's Ryanair (RYA.I) launched its first routes to Ukraine this year and Volodymyr Omelyan, the minister who helped revive the deal after vested interests had threatened to torpedo it, is now working on the domestic market. Omelyan is currently facing an investigation by Ukraine's National Anti-Corruption Bureau (NABU) but has refused to resign, criticising the probe, which is into his finances, as politically motivated.

  • GuruFocus.com8 days ago

    David Herro Comments on Ryanair

    Ryanair (RYAAY) is the leading low-cost airline in Europe, and its structurally advantaged cost structure should enable it to continue to take market share from its less efficient competitors. Ryanair's share price has suffered recently as a result of flight cancellations and pilot disruptions, as the company negotiates new contracts with its employees. Importantly, the company will still have a far more efficient cost structure than competitors and its new labor agreement should enable the airline to replicate its low-cost offerings in new locations.

  • Lufthansa and Ryanair settle dispute over leased planes
    Reuters9 days ago

    Lufthansa and Ryanair settle dispute over leased planes

    Lufthansa (LHAG.DE) and Ryanair-backed carrier Laudamotion settled a dispute over leasing contracts, avoiding a London court hearing that was scheduled for November, both airlines said on Tuesday. The German flagship carrier said in July it wanted to end an agreement to lease planes to Laudamotion, claiming the Austrian leisure airline had failed to meet payments. A London court was scheduled to start proceedings in the case next month, as Laudamotion rejected the allegations.

  • Reuters9 days ago

    Ryanair's O'Leary 'optimistic' union strife won't damage business further this year

    Ryanair Chief Executive Michael O'Leary said on Tuesday he was "hopeful and optimistic" that industrial relations issues would not damage the airline further this year after strikes contributed to a rare profit warning last week. "I am hopeful and optimistic that we are making real progress with the unions and that we won't have any further damage to the business this year," O'Leary said. "But the airline industry is under significant pressure.

  • Ryanair's O'Leary 'optimistic' union strife won't damage business further this year
    Reuters9 days ago

    Ryanair's O'Leary 'optimistic' union strife won't damage business further this year

    Ryanair Chief Executive Michael O'Leary said on Tuesday he was "hopeful and optimistic" that industrial relations issues would not damage the airline further this year after strikes contributed to a rare profit warning last week. "I am hopeful and optimistic that we are making real progress with the unions and that we won't have any further damage to the business this year," O'Leary said. "But the airline industry is under significant pressure.

  • Reuters9 days ago

    PRESS DIGEST- Financial Times - Oct 9

    Trafigura has entered a deal to sell a 50-percent in stake in the majority of its oil ports, warehouses and bulk terminals to IFM Investors. The Financial Reporting Council said on Monday it will consider whether to ban firms from doing any consulting work for the companies they audit. British Prime Minister Theresa May is demanding that Brussels offer "precise" guarantees that Britain and the EU will enjoy frictionless trade after Brexit.

  • Here's Why You Must Dump Ryanair From Your Portfolio Now
    Zacks10 days ago

    Here's Why You Must Dump Ryanair From Your Portfolio Now

    Persistent labor clashes and mounting fuel prices compel Ryanair (RYAAY) to slash its profitability forecast for fiscal 2019.

  • Financial Times12 days ago

    [$$] Airlines only thrive when they know who to insult

    All these European airlines have gone bust in a little over a year. Robert Crandall, head of American Airlines in the 1980s and 1990s, said that anyone who invested in airlines was “nuts”. Warren Buffett quipped that there was a helpline he called whenever he thought of buying airline shares.

  • Financial Times13 days ago

    [$$] Has Ryanair chief Michael O’Leary lost his cost-killing touch?

    In 1995, soon after taking over as chief executive of Ryanair, Michael O’Leary wrote a characteristically plain-speaking memo. Mr O’Leary has been true to his word: Ryanair’s hard-nosed culture has produced an airline with few frills but market-leading profitability and a superior valuation. Investors and industry figures are even asking whether Ryanair’s best days are behind it.

  • Ryanair Trims FY19 View Due to Strikes & Other Headwinds
    Zacks15 days ago

    Ryanair Trims FY19 View Due to Strikes & Other Headwinds

    Successive strikes in September as well as escalating oil prices force Ryanair (RYAAY) to lower profitability view for fiscal 2019. Simultaneously, the carrier cuts back its winter 2018 capacity.

  • Airline Stock Roundup: RYAAY's FY19 Profit View Cut, DAL's Traffic Report & More
    Zacks15 days ago

    Airline Stock Roundup: RYAAY's FY19 Profit View Cut, DAL's Traffic Report & More

    Ryanair's (RYAAY) decision to trim its fiscal 2019 profitability forecast highlights the struggles at this European carrier.

  • Ryanair's Strike Leaves Above 40,000 Flyers in the Lurch
    Zacks16 days ago

    Ryanair's Strike Leaves Above 40,000 Flyers in the Lurch

    Continued labor unrest causing numerous flight cancellations is taking a toll on Ryanair (RYAAY) and affecting its reputation.

  • Ryanair says willing to reach deals with unions by Christmas
    Reuters16 days ago

    Ryanair says willing to reach deals with unions by Christmas

    MADRID (Reuters) - Ryanair's (RYA.I) Chief Marketing Officer Kenny Jacobs on Tuesday said the company was working to reach deals with European trade unions by Christmas and get them implemented next year. ...

  • Ryanair says willing to reach deals with unions by Christmas
    Reuters16 days ago

    Ryanair says willing to reach deals with unions by Christmas

    Ryanair's Chief Marketing Officer Kenny Jacobs on Tuesday said the company was working to reach deals with European trade unions by Christmas and get them implemented next year. "We want to have agreements ...

  • Ryanair Posts Another Month of Slowing Growth Amid Labor Strife
    Bloomberg16 days ago

    Ryanair Posts Another Month of Slowing Growth Amid Labor Strife

    Irish discount giant Ryanair Holdings Plc posted another month of slower traffic growth after strikes forced it to scrap 400 flights. The 6 percent year-on-year increase in core passenger numbers was the slowest gain for September since 2014 as the Dublin-based carrier witnessed two days of walkouts by its European crews. The carrier has been offering discounts to help offset the negative publicity around the labor dispute, including at its new Austrian unit, Laudamotion.

  • Why Ryanair Holdings Stock Sank 16.5% Today
    Motley Fool16 days ago

    Why Ryanair Holdings Stock Sank 16.5% Today

    Investors refuse to cross this picket line.

  • The Wall Street Journal17 days ago

    [$$] A Perfect Storm for Airlines

    European airlines are bracing themselves for a stormy winter. stock fell more than 13% Monday after Europe’s largest budget carrier said profits for its fiscal year through March would likely be 12% lower than it previously expected. , another big budget carrier, said Friday its fuel costs would be as much as £105 million ($136.8 million) higher for the year through September 2019.

  • Ryanair warns on profit as strikes and fuel prices take toll
    Reuters17 days ago

    Ryanair warns on profit as strikes and fuel prices take toll

    Ryanair (RYA.I) cut its forecast for full-year profit by 12 percent on Monday and warned that worse may follow if recent strikes across Europe continue to hit traffic and bookings.

  • At Least Ryanair Used to Get You There
    Bloomberg17 days ago

    At Least Ryanair Used to Get You There

    Airline passengers have had to reset their expectations of Ryanair Holdings Plc. Once the most important question was: How much more expensive does a rival carrier’s ticket have to be before I accept the sometimes abrasive customer service that awaits flyers with Michael O’Leary’s outfit? In recent years, most analysts had a buy recommendation on Ryanair stock on the basis that its slim cost base was an impregnable advantage. More growth just meant more profit for Ryanair, regardless of how rivals responded.

  • Ryanair slashes profit outlook on labor strife, fuel costs
    Yahoo Finance Video17 days ago

    Ryanair slashes profit outlook on labor strife, fuel costs

    Ryanair is under pressure after lowering Its profit outlook, due to labor problems and rising fuel costs. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous and Alanna Petroff have details.