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Flybe Grp Share Price (FLYB)



Share Price Information for Flybe Grp (FLYB)


Share Price: 123.25Bid: 123.00Ask: 124.00Change: 1.25 (+1.02%)Riser - Flybe Grp
Spread: 1.00Spread as %: 0.81%Open: 122.25High: 123.25Low: 120.50Yesterday’s Close: 122.00
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Flybe Group Plc Ord 1P

Flybe Grp is listed in the FTSE All-Share, FTSE Small Cap
Flybe Grp is part of the Travel & Leisure sector






Share Price SpacerPrice
123.25

Share Price SpacerBid
123.00

Share Price SpacerAsk
124.00

Share Price SpacerChange
1.02%1.25

Share Price SpacerVolume
136,067

Share Price SpacerOpen
122.25

Share Price SpacerHigh
123.25

Share Price SpacerLow
120.50

Share Price SpacerClose
122.00

Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 216.66m £267.03m 5,000

52 Week High 151.00 52 Week High Date 4-APR-2014
52 Week Low 65.13 52 Week Low Date 4-NOV-2013

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
56 60,538 75,529 12.839 9.60 0.00 0.00




Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

01-Oct-14
10:46:57
123.25
646
Buy* 
122.50
123.25
796.20
Trade Type:
Automatic execution

01-Oct-14
10:46:52
122.75
432
Buy* 
122.50
122.75
530.28
Trade Type:
Automatic execution

01-Oct-14
10:46:46
122.75
1,524
Buy* 
122.00
122.75
1,871
Trade Type:
Automatic execution


*Buys and Sells are calculated on the difference between the trade price and the current mid price. As such, they can occasionally be incorrect.

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Directors Deals for Flybe Grp (FLYB)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
12-Mar-14Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Flybe Group
Simon T Laffin held the position of Non-Executive Chairman at Flybe Group at the time of this trade.
 Simon T Laffin
110GBX227,272227272
12-Mar-14Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Flybe Group
Charlie Scott held the position of Senior Independent Non-Executive Director at Flybe Group at the time of this trade.
 Charlie Scott
110GBX8,33320833
12-Mar-14Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Flybe Group
Saad H Hammad held the position of Chief Executive Officer Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market at Flybe Group at the time of this trade.
 Saad H Hammad
110GBX227,272227272
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Date/Time
Author
Subject
Share Price
Opinion
Sat 08:28
juan_belfast
RE: Looking very positive
126.50
Strong Buy

If this hits, or even comes near to 140 by end of next week on sentiment alone (i.e. without MOD contract news etc) this would be a very solid foundation for future rises. So very positive indeed
Fri 14:21
sheldon
Looking very positive
126.75
No Opinion

Looks set to continue this upward trend and pick up pace, could see 140 by the end of next week.
Fri 14:05
volcano
RE: Ok day here
126.75
No Opinion

There’s no such thing as a buy-and-forget investment in the airline sector but, when we find ourselves apparently mid-macro cycle as now, the economic backdrop seems relatively benign for a shorter-term investment. What better candidate for a punt in the industry than a once down-on-its-luck airline that’s in the middle of a turnaround and expansion programme with a determination to adapt to changing business conditions in the industry in order to succeed? Such is Flybe Group (LSE: FLYB), which resides in the FTSE Small Cap index. Crashed and burned Flybe arrived on the stock market at the end of 2010 and the shares crashed and burned, falling from around 320p to 40p by April 2013. There was trouble in the business such as unprofitable flying routes, spare aircraft capacity and inefficient systems and operational methods. The firm was making losses, and its constrained cash flow and weak balance sheet forced it to finance its aircraft with expensive lease arrangements rather than financially efficient loans. An unvirtuous circle set in that created even deeper losses — things looked bleak and something had to change if the company was to survive. Conditions were perfect for change and reform, and the share price was sufficiently bombed-out for new investors to benefit from a turnaround situation – a great set-up for a turnaround investment as long as something drives change and, with Flybe, it has. Turning things around A determination to reform seized the directors at Flybe and things started to improve. 2013 saw change at the top with a new chief executive and a new chairman who brought a new clarity for the vision of the enterprise. Flybe wants to be Europe’s best regional airline, it reckons, and improving financial results in 2013 suggest it is now heading in the right direction. The shares began to respond to the firm’s changing fortunes, moving from 40p in June 2013 to just under 150p in April 2014. Investors seeing the potential last year have done well, but the best may yet be to come, as during March this year Flybe raised around £150 million in a fully underwritten placing and open offer. That’s quite a big capital injection for a firm with a market capitalisation of £262 million at today’s 121p share price, but it puts a floor under the weakness of Flybe’s capital structure and provides the funds for the firm to drive through the financial and operational efficiencies it needs to prosper. Flying high Flybe nudged into profitability with its full-year results released in March this year. City analysts following the firm predict a 500% increase in pre-tax profits by March 2016, which puts the firm on a forward P/E rating under seven. Naturally the shares fell back a bit when the fundraising was announced, but over the last few days they’ve been creeping up. My guess is that the shares have further to travel as operational efficiencies and
Thu 16:31
sheldon
Ok day here
120.75
No Opinion

On a day when the FTSE is down and it's confirmed we will start bombing the terrorist scum, FLYB has bucked the trend and made a small gain.
Thu 13:44
MickTKipper
RE: FLYB Chart Very Bullish Sign.....
123.25
Strong Buy

Buy Flybe at 116.5p – price target 250p (short term) 500p (3 years) BY CHRIS OIL | SUNDAY 21 SEPTEMBER 2014 74 Disclosure: I own shares in one or more of the stocks mentioned. I wrote this article myself, and it expresses my own opinions. I am not receiving compensation for it (other than from ShareProphets). I have no business relationship with any company whose stock is mentioned in this article. Following my recovery play holding of last week I promised to reveal my second private non-oil share this week – here goes it is Flybe (FLYB). This is a perfect hedge for anyone with large oil investments or a recovery play in its own right. It’s a sort of EasyJet in the making with a £250 million market cap -I reckon that should be well over £1 billion. Flybe is a United Kingdom based regional airline company with flying operations based out of Britain and also in Finland through a jv- it had a fleet of 96 aircraft at the time of its accounts. However the recent announcement of downsizing the fleet comes as the airline has been pushing through a turnaround plan designed to restore it to profitable growth. By moving from heavy fuel using jets to more efficient Bombardier aircraft should enhance future profitability. The City is starting to get excited about major expansion plans at London City Airport and with three new routes launched October 27th to Exeter combined with new flights to Manchester, passenger numbers should exceed three quarters of a million in 2015. Conservative broker forecasts are for £592 million in revenue and a £20 million pre-tax profit in the year to 31 March 2015 and the following year £629 million in revenue with a profit of £50 million. In the long term this is another EasyJet in the making and a lower risk than any oil plays. So why are the shares so undervalued? The firm nearly went bust under the last management however the balance sheet has been sorted thanks to a placing at 110p and that £150 million of cash provides a floor in the share price and makes the company one of the best financed businesses around today. The aim is to deploy capital to own aircraft with secured loans rather than via full operating leases. Given the new management are ex EasyJet they know exactly what to do to drive Flybe back to historical highs. This is a real turnaround situation on multiple fronts including cutting uneconomic routes and slashing 1,100 jobs – total annualised cost savings to date are £70 million. I have been to a few investor presentations and CEO Saad Hammand wants to turn everything purple, offering free chocolates and a 60 minute promise on delayed flights to drive increasing repeat business. Remember that the big boys are leaving this market open to Flybe to gain market share as they have moved to compete with each other on overseas destinations. TTV adverts are getting more exposure as well which all helps increase the brand
Thu 10:00
sheldon
RE: FLYB Chart Very Bullish Sign.....
122.75
No Opinion

Welcome Mick, thanks for sharing your techs, it looked like it would take off a few weeks ago after a double bottom but it transpired there was a large ii order being filled so they held it down but I agree it looks set to go now. GL

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