Sunday July 12, 2020

Why I won’t be selling my Ryanair stock any time soon

Yes, the company may be experiencing some turbulence but it isn’t reflected in its share price

22nd July, 2018
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Shareholders in Ryanair may have had serious worries about their investment at the beginning of this year when industrial action was grounding aircraft and passengers were left stranded. But since the start of the year the share price has held up remarkably well, trading as it has been in the €15-€17 range despite the industrial action.

So, the impact from the dispute has been modest in terms of the interests of shareholders. There...

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