Ryanair shareholders pass buyback resolution

Ryanair shares rose as an extraordinary general meeting of the airline’s shareholders passed a resolution to alter a share buyback programme.

19th April, 2012
Ryanair shareholders pass buyback resolution
Ryanair has taken delivery of twelve new planes this year, with another eleven planes due between October and December.

Ryanair shares rose as an extraordinary general meeting of the airline’s shareholders passed a resolution to alter a share buyback programme.

Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary has told the airline’s extraordinary general meeting in Dublin that he hopes that it will pay a special dividend this fiscal year. That will mean that no special dividend will be paid next year, he said.

The EGM was held to amend the...

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