Seems the passenger numbers have been received favourably on a red day
EasyJet cabin crew set to strike amid pay row: EasyJet cabin crew are planning to walk out over pay after talks between unions and the airline broke down following months of negotiations.
Nice rise today!
2 positives elements, Heathrow expansion and hopeful news from Greece. Good article from the FT http://www.ft.com/fastft/353331/easyjet-would-fly-from-expanded-heathrow
16 Jun '15
To make money on easyjet
Seems you have to buy in September and sell in January. Simples.
14 Jun '15
RE: RE: SP
british stocks should not feel as much blowback from the greek situation as Eurozone based companies so I doubt its down to that , easyjet has underperformed by every measure against Ryanair , there is a real danger that Ryanair will eat its lunch going forward , all the brokers have been dead wrong in there SP target predictions for easyjet , doubt we cross £17 for several months
11 Jun '15
In my view the reason Easyjet is lack-lustre is probably down to the higher oil price together with concerns about Greece. I think these concerns are somewhat irrational. The oil price is still far below last year. If Greece goes under will people stop going there on holiday? Maybe initially but then Greece would be able to offer lots of cheap holidays with a new currency. I guess there is also some anxiety about EZJ losing market share to a resurgent Ryanair. Still I believe there's plenty of business out there. Have you been to any airports recently, they're absolutely packed. The British at least are still spending loads on holidays and EZJ are filling seats. A Buy.
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