i have used your FTSE100 halal or haram list. IAG had nothing listed besides it so it was open to interpretation if it is permissible or not.
I invested in IAG but now questioning if it is permissible for me to invest in this company ? is it permissible for me to invest or should i sell immediately.
Are the grounds to not invest in IAG due to the service of Alcohol and Haram food ? so Qatar / emirates also sell alcohol so these would be impermissible too .
Please advise if i should keep or sell ?
Jazak allah khair
I thought IAG had >33% gearing to total assets ? This will make it impermissible I believe
I based it on the excel sheet IFG made about which companies are permissible in ftse100 and IAG was an edge case. I took the judgement and invested based on this. Same with BT.
But now if the debt is above 33% and i know this now. Do i have to sell or can i keep and when it comes to making a profit when i want to sell in a couple years i can maybe purify the wealth ? i need to be more careful in future now. Don’t want to be committing a sin. If i cash out of IAG i would make quite a big loss. Please advise
IAG was on my watch list but when I checked it against the IFG excel file, it had 40% gearing so I did not invest but maybe it may have changed if you did see it below 33%.
A related post below for reference.
Sorry but I am not sure I understand.
If you sell a non compliant share from company A. You will take back the initial capital amount i.e. £100.
If you sell it for £95 it means you are trading it at lost.
Even if you add £5 taken from company B, you are still incurring a lost when selling the share of company A.
Can you clarify what you mean please?
Do you know what the current percentage of IAG debt is now ? Can you calculate this ان شا الله ?
They have raised over £2.75billion from the shareholders surely this has an affect .
I’m currently holding on to them but want to know can I hold longer once it recovers ?
ان شا الله could you check brother and let me know . I can’t do it
Per June 30th 2020 interim financial statements, they at least have an interest bearing Debt of EUR16.5b and total assets of EUR32.1b which gives a gearing of 51%.
You should also note that some scholars also calculate the the gearing ratio with regards to average market capitalisation of say 3 year period. Not sure how it would look like on that basis.
7 December 2020 12:02
Any halal airline stock? Big players I look at are all non-compliant