Is Ryanair becoming boring?

Is Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary in danger of becoming predictable?

10th February, 2007

Is Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary in danger of becoming predictable? The no-frills airline’s share price rose by 10 per cent last week, hitting a fresh record of €12.40, on the back of third quarter results that were, once again, stronger than expected. ‘‘We have come to expect that Ryanair will almost always exceed its guidance’’, said Citigroup analyst Andrew Light in a note to clients.

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