Why Aer Lingus is ‘priced to go’

It’s make-your-mind-up time for would-be investors in Aer Lingus.

16th September, 2006

It’s make-your-mind-up time for would-be investors in Aer Lingus. After seven years of political huffing and puffing, privatisation of the flag carrier is finally upon us and individuals have until September 26 to make an application to buy shares.

With a general election just eight months away, the minimum investment threshold of €10,000 per person is undoubtedly designed to deter widows and orphans from the impending stock market flotation.

However, the economy remains buoyant,...

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