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Ryanair: If Carlsberg did airlines...the analysts' view

Ryanair’s massive order of 175 Boeing 737s, and the hint of more to come, has gone down a treat with investors. Here's a quick roundup of what analysts made of the deal.

20th March, 2013
Ryanair is another of those peripherally-impaired growth stocks on a crazy rating, said one analyst.

Ryanair’s massive order of 175 Boeing 737s, and the hint of more to come, has gone down a treat with investors. The airline’s share price rose 4.8 per cent yesterday and is up a further 3.6 per cent this morning.

Here is just a quick roundup of what stock analysts made of the deal in their morning briefing notes. The pick of the headlines on the briefing notes came from Goodbody: “Carlsberg doesn’t do...

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