Ryanair Holdings plc, each representing five Ordinary Shares (RYAAY): Price and Financial Metrics
RYAAY Stock Summary
- With a market capitalization of $22,781,325,211, Ryanair Holdings Plc has a greater market value than 89.51% of US stocks.
- The capital turnover (annual revenue relative to shareholder's equity) for RYAAY is 1.73 -- better than 71.37% of US stocks.
- As for revenue growth, note that RYAAY's revenue has grown 39.16% over the past 12 months; that beats the revenue growth of 87.18% of US companies in our set.
- If you're looking for stocks that are quantitatively similar to Ryanair Holdings Plc, a group of peers worth examining would be IP, HIG, UAL, NTR, and WLTW.
- Visit RYAAY's SEC page to see the company's official filings. To visit the company's web site, go to www.ryanair.com.
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RYAAY Price/Volume Stats
|Current price||$106.65||52-week high||$118.17|
|Prev. close||$104.58||52-week low||$48.61|
|Day high||$108.62||Avg. volume||465,989|
|50-day MA||$109.91||Dividend yield||N/A|
|200-day MA||$95.92||Market Cap||24.05B|
Ryanair Holdings plc, each representing five Ordinary Shares (RYAAY) Company Bio
Ryanair Holdings provides scheduled-passenger airline services in Ireland, the United Kingdom, continental Europe, and Morocco. The company was founded in 1985 and is based in Swords, Ireland.
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Ryanair expects a very strong profit recovery next year as it takes advantage of lower costs and a post-COVID retrenchment that may leave 25% less short-haul capacity in Europe, Group Chief Executive Michael O'Leary said on Wednesday. The Irish airline, Europe's biggest low-cost airline, expects to more or less break even in its financial year to the end of March 2022, with a small profit or a small loss possible, O'Leary said. But the year to the end of March 2023 "will be a very strong profit recovery because we have much lower costs emerging out of the COVID crisis," he told the Financial Times in an interview that was broadcast online.
Ryanair’s boss Michael O’Leary expects business travel to make a full recovery from the pandemic, marking him out as one of the most optimistic figures over the future of a lucrative part of the industry that has been wiped out over the past year. O’Leary expects a “small decline” in company executives travelling around the world for internal meetings, which he thinks will be lost to video conferencing.
Ryanair on Wednesday had another setback in its fight against state aid for rival airlines after Europe's second-highest court again backed EU competition regulators' approval of support for SAS and Finnair. Europe's biggest budget airline has filed 16 lawsuits against the European Commission for allowing state aid to individual airlines such as Lufthansa, KLM, Austrian Airlines and TAP, as well as national schemes that mainly benefit flag carriers. The Luxembourg-based General Court said aid granted to SAS and Finnair complied with the bloc's state aid rules.
Ryanair is set to take delivery of its first Boeing 737 MAX airliner following two years of delay caused by the grounding of the jet in the wake of two fatal crashes. "We're in the next number of days taking the first delivery of our new 737 Gamechanger aircraft," group chief executive Michael O'Leary told CNBC television in an interview on Wednesday, using the marketing tag the Irish airline has given to the MAX. Ryanair is the largest European customer of the MAX with 210 firm orders.
Wall Street closed mixed on Wednesday with marginal movement of major indexes.
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