TUI: 1,061.75 -26.00 (▼2.41%)

Delayed:2016-12-12 18:15:00
Bid Price 1,051.00 High Price 1,083.00
Ask Price 1,052.00 Low Price 1,051.00
Open Price 1,078.00 Spread 0.10%
Prev Close 1,051.00 Volume 1,747,202.00

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TUI AG Share Price Information

Name TUI AG Epic TUI
Sector Travel & Leisure ISIN DE000TUAG000
Activites TUI AG (formerly TUI Travel plc, formerly First Choice Holidays) is the world’s number one tourism business. From now on, the broad portfolio gathered under the Group umbrella will consist of strong tour operators, 1,800 travel agencies and leading online portals, six airlines more than 130 aircraft, over 300 hotels with 210,000 beds, 13 cruise liners and countless incoming agencies in all major holiday destinations around the globe. This integrated offering will enable us to provide our 30 million customers with an unmatched holiday experience in 180 regions. A key feature of our corporate culture is our global responsibility for economic, environmental and social sustainability. This is reflected in more than 20 years of commitment to sustainable tourism. Security Type Equity

Key numbers

Latest Share Price (p) 1,051.00 Net Gearing (%) 70.97
Market Cap (£m) 6,451.55 Gross Gearing (%) 82.84
Shares in issue (m) 587.04 Debt Ratio 62.16
P/E Ratio 17.17 Debt-to-Equity Ratio 0.34
Divs per share (p) 56.00 Assets / Equity Ratio 5.83
Dividend Yield (%) 5.10 Price to book value 2.67
Dividend Cover 1.04 SROCE (%) 8.38
Earning per share (p) 64.00 EPS Growth (%) 290.24
52-week high / low (p) 1,284.00 / 813.00 DPS Growth (%) 124.00

TUI AG Broker Views

Date Broker Rec. Price Old target price New target price Notes
09 Dec Barclays Capital Overweight 1,061.75 1230.00 1170.00 Reiterates
17 Nov Morgan Stanley Equal weight 1,061.75 1200.00 1100.00 Downgrades
29 Sep JP Morgan Cazenove Overweight 1,061.75 Reiterates
26 Sep JP Morgan Cazenove Overweight 1,061.75 Reiterates
07 Sep JP Morgan Cazenove Overweight 1,061.75 1110.00 1170.00 Reiterates

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Broker Forecast – Barclays Capital issues a broker note on TUI AG

Barclays Capital today reaffirms its overweight investment rating on TUI AG (LON:TUI) and cut its price target to 1170p (from 1230p).

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FTSE up on financials, property, utilities amid ex-divs

London stocks were firming in early deals, albeit under the shadow of multiple FTSE 350 ex-dividends, with blue-chip commercial property, utilities and financials enjoying notable gains.

Schroders (SDR) led the pack and financials as it gained 2.39% to 2957p, with London Stock Exchange (LSE) improving 1.66% to 2731.5p. Hargreaves Lansdown (HL.) added 1.45% to 1227.5p.

US rates-sensitive utilities were broadly higher, too. Severn Trent (SVT) added 1.29% to 2113p.

National Grid (NG.), up 1.2% to 920.4p, is selling a 61% equity stake in UK gas distribution business (NGGD) to a consortium of long-term infrastructure investors. It flagged a return of £4bn net proceeds to shareholders.

Among commercial property, Hammerson (HMS) rose 1.43% to 550.25p, with Land Securities (LAND) adding 1.35% to 1010.5p.

Other sectors higher included supermarkets and banks.

Soon after the open, FTSE 100 was up 12.77 points, or 0.19%, to 6915.00, while FTSE 250 was up 62.22, or 0.35%, to 17,687.8.

Capita (CPI) led to the downside with a fall of 8.16% to 518p. It said it intended to dispose of the majority of the Capita Asset Services division and a small number of other businesses that no longer fit its core business strategy.

It was followed by several miners, among them Randgold (RRS), off 1.72% to 5847.5p, and Anglo American (AAL), lower 1.56% to 1232.5p, and BHP Billiton (BLT), down 0.62% to 1353.5p.

Glencore (GLEN), up 1.01% to 299.75p, has confirmed it is in final-stage negotiations regarding a transaction involving the acquisition, as part of a consortium with the Qatar Investment Authority, of a 19.5% interest in Rosneft for €10.2bn.

Polymetal International (POLY), up 0.53% to 758p, said that, on Dec. 7, its directors approved a special dividend of $0.15 a share for the year ended Dec. 31, 2016. In total, the special dividend amounts to about $64m.

At about 8.34am, gold was down 0.07% to $1176.7/oz, while silver and copper prices ebbed. Three-month industrial metals prices were mostly heavily lower.

WTI crude was down 0.02% to $49.76/bbl and Brent was flat at $53.00/bbl. Oil majors Shell (RDSA) and BP (BP.) were lower.


RELX PLC (REL), up 0.98% to 1346p, and RELX N.V. said following the conclusion of their £700m share buyback programme in 2016, they will implement an irrevocable, non-discretionary programme to repurchase their respective ordinary shares up to the value of £100m between Jan. 1, 2017, and Feb. 20, 2017.

TUI AG (TUI) has booked a an improved FY profit and is trading in line with expectations over the winter 2016/2017 and summer 2017. EBITA improved to €898m, up 13.0% from €795m a year ago. Turnover was down 1.9% to €17.19bn, from €17.52bn.


ServicePower (SVR), up 33.33% to 5.5p, has recommended a cash offer by Diversis Capital UK Ltd at 6p a share, valuing its share capital at about £13.65m.

Nostra Terra (NTOG), up 26.32% to 1.8p, announces an increase of $600,000 cash for the sale of its interest in the Chisholm Trail Prospect, which was initially announced in June 2016.

Novae Group (NVA) fell 15.48% to 705.75p as it said that while its attritional loss ratio remains steady despite rating pressures, the impact of larger individual risk losses means that FY underwriting contribution is likely to be lower than its prior views.


Surface Transforms (SCE) fell 11.58% to 21p as it said that while FY sales and gross margin percentages are seen broadly similar on the year, higher overheads reflecting additional costs of the new larger site, and R&D costs are seen to mean that losses will be higher than the prior year, but within the range of broker expectations.

Lekoil (LEK), down 8.15% to 23.88p, said oil is flowing at the Otakikpo marginal field to onshore storage tanks. EU Supply (EUSP), up 6.82% to 11.75p, has signed an agreement for distribution of services using its CTM platform with T-Systems Multimedia Solutions GmbH.

ValiRx (VAL), up 5.77% to 6.88p, said a patent (Anti-Androgen Peptides and Uses Thereof in Cancer Therapy) covering its lead therapeutic compound VAL201 has been granted by the European Patent Office.

Pressure Technologies (PRES), up 5.45% to 145p, has acquired the entire issued share capital of UK-based Martract Ltd, a profitable, cash-generative engineering business that specialises primarily in the grinding and lapping of ball and seat assemblies and gate valves.

Sports Direct International (SPD), down 4.94% to 299.35p, has booked a 25.1% tumble in reported H1 pretax profit to £140.2m, from £187.3m, after a tough first six months of its financial year. Gross margin contraction was due to sterling’s post Brexit vote devalution.

CareTech (CTH), up 4.98% to 305.5p, said its revenues rose 19.9% to £149.0m in the year to the end of September. Underlying pretax profit rose 18.6% to £26.1m.

MJ Gleeson (GLE), down 4.8% to 555p, said while the timing of sales in its Strategic Land division mean H1 group results will be slightly down on the year, directors remain confident that FY results will be in line with expectations.

DS Smith (SMDS), up 3.3% to 409.05p, has hiked its H1 pretax profit by 60% to £146m, with revenue up 21% to £2.36bn. Interim dividend was up 15% to 4.6p a share. “This half year has been another period of consistent delivery across the whole business.”

Ocado (OCDO), down 2.93% to 269.55p, said its FY gross retail sales rose 13.6% to £1.27bn, from £1.12bn. Q4 gross retail sales rose 13.1% to £398.1m, from £351.8m. In Q4, average orders/week rose 17.6% to 241,000, from 205,000. Average order size was £105.61, from £108.71.

Other stocks in the news included Inmarsat (ISAT), Polar Capital (POLR), Dolphin Capital Investors (DCI), Tritax Big Box REIT (BBOX), Independent Oil & Gas (IOG), SigmaRoc (SRC), Green Dragon Gas (GDG), Amino Technologies (AMO), Anglo African Agriculture (AAAP), Mulberry (MUL) and African Potash (AFPO).

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TUI strengthens IT, technology and new markets

TUI Group director strategy and member of the executive committee, Frank Rosenberger, has been appointed as member of the executive board with effect from 1 January.

He has been appointed for a three-year term of office, initially as deputy executive board member in the first year.

Rosenberger will assume responsibility for IT and New Markets.

TUI is seeking to enhance digitalisation and expand innovative technologies and business segments.

The company also faces increasing requirements associated with a highly efficient IT infrastructure and IT security. In order to reflect the critical importance of these areas, the Supervisory Board and Executive Board have created the new Executive Board role.

The new innovative growth areas include the online tourism platform LTE, through which TUI aims to tap new global customer groups and markets, including Spain, Portugal, Turkey or Brazil.

The development of the Asian market, where the Group recently entered into a cooperation scheme with Chinese online provider Alibaba’s travel platform, is to additionally promote dynamic strategic and operative developments.

Rosenberger is an industrial engineer. Prior to joining TUI in autumn 2015, he had held group-wide responsibility for the global development of new business areas at Vodafone Group Plc.

The role of TUI group director strategy will be taken over by Henrik Homann (54), managing director OneAviation in charge of the activities of the Group’s five leisure airlines. In assuming the new Group function, Homann will also join the group executive committee from 1 January.

Homann joined TUI Group in 1995. From 1999 to 2014, his roles had included CFO and HR Director as well as labour director for the group’s subsidiary TUI Germany.

At 2:33pm: (LON:TUI) TUI AG share price was +13p at 1055p

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Broker Forecast – Morgan Stanley issues a broker note on TUI AG

Morgan Stanley today downgrades its investment rating on TUI AG (LON:TUI) to equal weight (from overweight) and cut its price target to 1100p (from 1200p).

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Housebuilders keep FTSE in the black

Housebuilders kept the FTSE in positive territory with Travis Perkins (TPK), Taylor Wimpey (TW.) and Barratt Development (BDEV) climbing up to 4.2%.

The blue chip index closed 0.6% higher at 6,849.

West Texas Intermediate (WTI) and Brent crude oil were stable at $44.73 and $46.12 per barrel, respectively.

Gold was flat at 1,325 per ounce and copper rose 0.7% to $4,806 per tonne.


Investors are relieved that Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) agreed a settlement over claims it mis-sold toxic mortgage-backed securities in 2008. It will pay $1.1 billion which it said is ‘substantially covered by existing provisions’, nudging shares higher to 176.4p.


Engineering business Smiths (SMIN) sparked 4% to £14.43 after boosting its revenue by 2% and hiking its dividend to 42p.

Sainsbury’s (SBRY) slumped 3.9% to 241p after reporting a 1.1% like-for-like sales fall for the second quarter. Food deflation continued to decline, but the newly acquired Argos business enjoyed a more positive quarter.

TUI (TUI) flew 1.3% higher to £11 on a confident outlook of delivering 12%-13% growth in underlying earnings before tax, interest, depreciation and amortisation.


Large warehouse investor Tritax Big Box REIT (BBOX) slid 2.6% to 138.9p after announcing a discounted fundraising for acquisitions. The company said it wants to raise £150 million via a share placing and open offer at a discount of 132p.

Investors were pleased with life fund specialist Phoenix Group’s (PHNX) plan to buy Abbey Life for £935 million in cash. The deal will be funded through a £735 million rights issue and a £250 million bank loan.

Imperial Leather brand owner PZ Cussons (PZC) bubbled 2.6% to 372.6p on a strong update, which included news that Asian results are benefiting from the weaker pound.

Kennedy Wilson Europe Real Estate (KWE) firmed 3.8% to 280p after announcing a share buyback programme of up to £100 million


MobilityOne (MBO) declined 28% after announcing its subsidiary entered a sale and purchase agreement to acquire 50% of the issued and paid-up share capital of Unique Change for a consideration of RM10 payable in cash.

Petropavlovsk (POG) returned to profit, but said it was focusing on the lower end of its original full-year fold production guidance. Shares slid 3.5% lower.

Parcel delivery group UK Mail (UKM) received a 440p takeover bid from Deutshe Post. The suitor said UK Mail will help it win additional business from existing customers and benefit from greater volumes flowing through Deutsche’s global operations.

Armadale (ACP) soared 49.3% higher to 2.8p after entering a heads of agreement with African Mining Services to form a joint venture to develop and operate the Mpokoto gold project in Katanga province, Democratic Republic of Congo.

The market responded warmly to Independent Resources’ (IRG) announcement that its joint venture with Nostra Terra (NTOG) reached an agreement with TransGlobe Petroleum International concerning the early repayment of a $2.5 million loan note issued to TransGlobe last year. The firm traded 28.6% higher.

Mobile data computing solutions provider Touchstar (TST) swung from a £5,000 loss to £296,000 profit after tax in the year to 30 June, triggering a share price rise of 13.9% to 78p.

Investors jumped ship as ZincOx (ZOX) is running out of time to avoid its shares being suspended from the AIM market, in the absence of a reverse takeover. Shares in the firm plummeted 39.6% to 0.3p.

Chinese seafood processor Aquatic Foods (AFG) crashed 34.3% to 11.5p as pre-tax profit more than halved from RMB101 million to RMB49 million as challenging market conditions and softer pricing hit the firm’s profitability.

Low cost operator EasyHotel (EZH) proposed to raise £38 million to accelerate its expansion strategy by placing new shares at 100p, which is an 18.3% premium to Tuesday’s price.

Several existing shareholders in Capital Drilling (CAPD) said they plan to sell an aggregate 18.5% stake in the business via a placing at 48p per share. The stock was in demand from institutional investors in light of recent financial improvements and contract wins.

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