Ryanair’s year ahead: Are you right there, Michael?
Brexit, unions, the delayed 737 Max aircraft and O’Leary’s own future will all test his airline in 2020 as analysts hedge their bets
Last July, Ryanair looked to be suffering the worst period of turbulence it has endured in its three-decade history.
The company’s share price was at an all-time low – down from a one-time high of nearly €20 to slightly more than €8.50 – and some of the sharpest hedge fund traders in the world were taking pretty hefty bets that it would continue to fall.
Its enormous order of Boeing’s new 737 Max...
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