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TUI AG

TUIT.L

Latest Trade

406.00GBp

Change

10.40(+2.63%)

Volume

962,758

Today's Range

396.60

 - 

410.10

52 Week Range

166.37

 - 

470.97

As of on the XETRA ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
395.60
Open
399.70
Volume
962,758
3M AVG Volume
140.56
Today's High
410.10
Today's Low
396.60
52 Week High
470.97
52 Week Low
166.37
Shares Out (MIL)
1,099.39
Market Cap (MIL)
5,072.60
Forward P/E
-4.49
Dividend (Yield %)
--

Next Event

Q3 2021 Tui AG Earnings Release

Latest Developments

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Tui Partners With Nezasa On Digital Tours Platform

UK's CMA Warns Package Travel Firms Over Refunds Ahead Of Summer Trips

TUI Issues Convertible Bonds For 400 Million Euro

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About TUI AG

TUI AG is a Germany-based integrated tourism group. It operates through the following segments: Hotels & Resorts, Cruises, Destination Experiences, Markets & Airlines, divided into Northern Region, Central Region and Western Region, and All other segments. The Hotels & Resorts segment comprises all group-owned hotels and hotel shareholdings. The Cruises segment consists of Hapag-Lloyd Cruises, Marella Cruises and the joint venture TUI Cruises. The Destination Experiences segment comprises delivering services in the destinations. The Northern Region comprises the Group's tour operators and airlines in the United Kingdom, Ireland, the Nordics, Canada and Russia. The Central Region comprises tour operators and airlines in Germany and tour operators in Austria, Poland and Switzerland. The Western Region segment comprises tour operators in Belgium, the Netherlands and France. All other segments comprises business operations for new markets and central corporate and tourism functions.

Industry

Personal Services

Contact Info

Karl-Wiechert-Allee 4

30625

Germany

+49.511.56600

https://www.tuigroup.com/

Executive Leadership

Dieter Zetsche

Independent Chairman of the Supervisory Board

Friedrich Joussen

Chairman of the Executive Board, Chief Executive Officer, Chairman of the Executive Committee

Frank Jakobi

First Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Employee Representative

Peter J. Long

Second Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board

Sebastian Ebel

Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Executive Board

Key Stats

4.10 mean rating - 10 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, EUR)

2018

19.5K

2019

18.9K

2020

7.9K

2021(E)

9.4K
EPS (EUR)

2018

0.735

2019

0.559

2020

-3.423

2021(E)

-1.033
Price To Earnings (TTM)
--
Price To Sales (TTM)
2.51
Price To Book (MRQ)
--
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
--
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
--
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
--
Return on Investment (TTM)
-42.58
Return on Equity (TTM)
-22.87

Latest News

Latest News

TUI: no decision yet on raising additional financing

TUI, the world's biggest holiday company which has taken on huge state loans to help it survive the pandemic, said on Wednesday it continued to consider options for raising new finance but had not made any decisions yet.

TUI says has not decided yet on additional financing measures

TUI Group , the world's biggest holiday group, said on Wednesday it was still looking at all possible refinancing scenarios and that additional financing measures had not yet been decided on.

German holiday bookings top 2019 level-TUI

Germans are booking holidays again at rates higher than in 2019 before the coronavirus hit, TUI Group , the world's biggest holiday group, said on Wednesday.

TUI sells 49% stake in RIU Hotels for 670 million euros

Holiday company TUI Group on Thursday said it has agreed to sell its 49% stake in Spain's RIU Hotels SA to co-owner RIU-Group in a deal giving the joint venture an enterprise value of 1.5 billion euros ($1.8 billion).

Europe's summer holiday season can be saved, says TUI

Holiday company TUI Group expects a strong 2021 summer season and will operate 75% of pre-pandemic capacity, with rising levels of vaccinations set to fuel last-minute bookings, it said on Wednesday.

Britons rush to book trips to Portugal ahead of up-in-the-air summer season

The mailbox of a well-known hotel in the heart of Lisbon was bombarded with queries as soon as Britain announced it was including the country on its travel "green list" this summer.

TUI sees huge spike in UK to Portugal bookings, to use Dreamliners on routes

The boss of holiday company TUI said that bookings to Portugal from Britain skyrocketed after the southern European country was put on England's 'green list' for quarantine-free travel, and it was adding capacity to meet demand.

Holiday company TUI expects strong summer holiday season

TUI Group, the world's biggest holiday company, said it was expecting a strong 2021 holiday season and stuck to a plan to operate 75% of its pre-pandemic capacity, as rising vaccination levels mean Europe will open for travel this summer.

Britain to reopen foreign holidays to just a handful of countries

Britain will allow international travel to resume from May 17 after months of banning most trips abroad, but nearly all major destinations were left off its list of countries open for quarantine-free holidays.

TUI lures UK holidaymakers with cheap COVID-19 tests ahead of travel restart

Holiday company TUI launched a 20 pound ($28) testing package for its UK customers on Thursday, as Britain prepares to allow travel again from May 17 but with strict testing requirements.

Breakingviews - Capital Calls - Tui cash call adds rain to Europe summer holiday

GREY SKIES. Tui’s holiday forecast looks increasingly cloudy. Shares in the 5 billion euro package tour operator fell 6% on Friday after it announced plans to issue a 350 million euro convertible bond. The company’s opportunism in cashing in on sun-starved investor optimism...

UPDATE 1-Holiday company TUI to raise up to 400 mln euros in bonds

Holiday company TUI AG said on Friday it was raising up to 400 million euros through an issuance of convertible bonds, to improve its liquidity and help pay down debt taken on to survive the pandemic.

TUI issues 350 million euros bonds to bolster pandemic-hit finances

Holiday company TUI AG said on Friday it was raising 350 million euros ($416.33 million) through an issuance of convertible bonds, after having been bailed out thrice by the German government over the past year.

TUI trims summer holiday capacity amid travel season uncertainty

TUI touched the brakes on its summer holiday plans, lowering its capacity for July onwards to 75% of 2019's level from the previous level of 80%, as Europe's peak travel season hangs in the balance.

TUI to shut 48 more shops in UK as travel crisis deepens

Holiday company TUI said it would shut 48 retail stores across Britain, adding to the 166 it has already closed there during the pandemic.

TUI banking on vaccinated Brits for much-needed summer recovery

TUI Group, the world's biggest holiday company, needs a summer recovery to relieve pressure on its strained finances and is banking on vaccinated Britons going abroad in the peak months despite tightening travel restrictions.

TUI sinks to 699 mln euros Q1 loss on travel restrictions

TUI Group the world's biggest holiday company, sunk to a 699 million euros ($844 million) loss in its first quarter, but said it had cut costs to limit the impact of another period hit by lockdowns and travel restrictions.

TUI shareholders approve capital restructuring

Shareholders in TUI Group, the world's biggest holiday company, on Tuesday approved a capital restructuring that includes a capital increase to pay down new debt taken on to help it survive the coronavirus pandemic.

Travel group TUI looks to cut debt after pandemic pushes it to $3.6 billion loss

TUI Group, the world's biggest holiday company, is considering all options including disposals and a capital raise to pay down new debt taken on to help it survive the pandemic which pushed it to a 3 billion euro ($3.6 billion) annual loss.

TUI secures third bailout in COVID travel slump survival battle

TUI secured a third bailout on Wednesday, striking a deal with the German government, private investors and banks for an extra 1.8 billion euros ($2.2 billion) as the world's largest holiday company tries to ride out the coronavirus-linked travel slump.

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