Ryanair Raises Profit Forecasts Yet Again

May 12, 2014 by

Ryanair Raises Profit Forecasts Yet Again

The low-cost airline Ryanair has significantly raised its full-year guidance for the third time in a row within four months. It has reported a 32% rise in the half-year net profit from £621 million to £795 million. The no-frills attached airline has said that the full year profit would now be between £750 million to £770 million compare to its earlier forecast of just £650 million.

Boost In Passenger Numbers Serves The Gain In Profit

Ryanair passenger numbers rose by 4% in the first half of the year and currently it is expecting its traffic to rise by 16% in the second half. However its raised guidance is heavily reliant on the strength of the second-half bookings. The carrier has also said that its average fare rose from 5% in the first half of the year to £54.

Ryanair Has Special Plans For Winter Season

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Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary has stated that carrier’s slightly higher summer fares would effectively be used to give a considerable cut in the winter fares to the passengers which could be anywhere between 6 and 8%. This would help in balancing the full year prices in a simple and genuine manner.

Ryanair Plans To Enlarge Its Fleet

Ryanair has also signed a carrier deal for around 200 additional Boeing aircraft which are expected to have extra seats and more legroom for the passengers. These planes are due to be delivered between 2019 and 2024. With an enlarged and robust fleet it would significantly lower its unit’s costs as well as operational costs. It would give it an opportunity to cut fare further in a hygienic way.

Ryanair even said that its half year results and raised full year guidance demonstrates that its business model is performing well. However even Ryanair admits that a lot of work is still remains to be done for better returns.

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Women Forms the Critical Part of The U.S. Economy

Mar 6, 2014 by

Women Forms the Critical Part of The U.S. Economy

In the recent times, women entrepreneurs had become a major force in the U.S. economy. Currently women start the businesses at twice the rate of the men and approximately half of the owners at 46% of private firms are being held in the country.

Economic Statistics Shows the Women Owned Business in Positive Light

US economy had shown impressive progress post-recession in terms of increasing the jobs, which had resulted mainly due to two majors players, one being the giant public companies and other were women-owned businesses. More interestingly just 2% of women owned business had effectively made a brisk US $1 million in revenues. On the other hand, men owned business are 3.5 % more likely to reach that $1 million threshold.
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Reasons Behind the Success of Women Entrepreneurs

The running of the EY Entrepreneurial Winning Women Program for last seven years had empowered the women with right balance of knowledge, which is needed, for achieving success. EY program is designed for the women, as it understands the needs of the women entrepreneurs in an effective and decisive manner.

EY group, which compromises, of some of the leading women and men in the industrial sector had facilitated the education of the women entrepreneurs. This community had a great effect on women, which had resulted in accelerated growth in women leadership, and it had even provided a serene and fertile environment for the women to take bold decisions, engage stakeholders and give a mark of courageous leadership.
A live webcast was initiated by the EY group in September to help women entrepreneurs in a positive way and build their confidence. This program is a competitive leadership program which identifies the select group of worthy women entrepreneurs both in US and Canada whose business tends to have real potential for further scaling up and the EY just help to do it. This program is also being expanded to various other countries in the world.

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How we Deal with “Inflation” and Undermine our Savings

Sep 8, 2013 by

How we Deal with “Inflation” and Undermine our Savings

As the currency falls from its peak value, it creates ripples that are prominently visible afar. While the notions of profit and loss are simple enough, with the involvement of currency things get simple and complicated both. Currency gives us a common denominator to quantitatively measure how much profit or loss we pertained from our transactions whereas, the inflation and depreciation factors complicate the scenario to a huge extent.

Investments and the Currency

Consider this, you invested in a business that was seeing marginal returns in past. Due to falling currency and inflation, it has begun to see increased margins and thus you term it as a successful venture and continue to invest in that. But the depreciation has justcompounded the true effects and acts as the mask in hiding the fact that indeed, the investment is still of little value. Thus investing in poor business with very low margins is not a good idea while currency is spiraling downward.

Hoarding Properties
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Many believe that while the value may be falling and inflation setting in, it is better to consolidate existing assets rather than investing in new one. Consider this; you sold your two old cars 20 years back for 4k each and now each car costs as much. So it would be better just to keep them. The inflation may counteract the depreciation in value. But this hoarding creates a new problem – rising prices due to lower purchase of assets. As sales decrease, the price creeps up and thus the effect boomerangs. Thus, you are also making it difficult for others who just could afford it by driving its price up.

The Real Convict

It turns out that the perpetual “inflation” complaint of people may not actually be the culprit but how they react to be the reason. Thus, it is people harming themselves by hoarding properties and making bad investments.

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A Developed Economy can Downsize the Stock Market

Nov 11, 2012 by

A Developed Economy can Downsize the Stock Market

 

The stock market and the economy are the two different things. The stock market can decline under a healthy economy. In the stock market, people decide the future earnings and likewise invest in the stock market. The earnings and the economy are correlated so they forecast the GDP well to spend in the stock market accordingly. The economic forecast suggests that the economy is growing day by day though not at a faster pace but at a steadier pace indeed.

Changes from old forecast to a new one

The future is not always as perfect as we thought. The prices of the stock market must fall. The profits will not be high. The value of the stock of shares always depends on future earnings, which are now becoming lower. However, the economy is growing but the stock market still declines. The IMF has forecasted that the economic growth will be less whereas on the other hand the Wall Street journal has reported that the Future growth will be less. What they have forecasted a few months ago now they are forecasting growth on a much slower pace. The emotion less forecast is totally a different chapter. We are humans so having emotions is quite obvious. The stock may downsize more as forecasted if some changes in the forecast cause panic and anxiety.
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Guidelines for your investment

If you are business breeder then it is advisable not to run into the stock market. But if you are a retired person and is totally focused on the stock market then do not just always expect that the stock market will do equally good. If the economy is doing good that does not mean that the stock market will correspondingly do good. So, it is advisable to stop relating the stock market with the economy.

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Know the Way How Money Can be Circulated

Oct 19, 2012 by

Know the Way How Money Can be Circulated

The entire economy gets circulated that rules the complete business world along with the positive approaches. So, you need to remain updated with the essential business information that helps you to recognize the real time benefits.

Benefits for the Users

The users can explore certain ways that help in the circulation of the business assets. Also, you can get access to the true information that reveals the original fact regarding the circulation of money. Once, you understand the complete system you can carry out the business activities without any difficulties. Manifold financial institutions play the leading carrying out the effective money circulation procedure fulfilling the crisis.

Explore the Four Different Ways

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Here you can get familiar with the four different ways that represent the effective circulation of the resources:

  • The inner circle represents the increase of the overall capital for your business that would help you to establish the growing infrastructure. It even gives you the increased volume of savings that is responsible to establish the secured position.
  • Next, you would come across the cascade use that represents the capability to spread the recycling of the materials including the business assets. It provides the suitable benefits to the industries helping them to flourish.
  • Make the money circulate for a longer period of time. Therefore, it increases the number of cycles along with the better re-use of the materials.
  • Utilizing the genuine products give rise to the better cycling process along with the optimistic results. It helps the business to come out with the suitable outputs that serve as the key feature to achieve success.

Implementing the techniques in the right way you can experience the real time benefits that support the effective business growth. Accumulate the useful the resources that would help you to establish a complete new identity for your business.

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