LATAM Airlines Group S.A. (LFL)


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8.12+0.02 (+0.25%)
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Open8.14
Prev Close8.10
Bid8.11 x 900
Ask8.12 x 13100
Day's Range8.06 - 8.20
52wk Range4.35 - 9.24
1y Target EstN/A
Market Cap4.43B
P/E Ratio (ttm)-37.08
Beta2.43
Volume381,187
Avg Vol (3m)661,653
Dividend & Yield0.00 (0.00%)
Earnings DateN/A
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  • Capital Cube4 days ago

    ETF’s with exposure to LATAM Airlines Group SA : September 26, 2016

    Categories: ETFs Yahoo Finance Click here to see latest analysis ETF’s with exposure to LATAM Airlines Group SA Here are 5 ETF’s with the largest exposure to LFL-US. Comparing the performance and risk of LATAM Airlines Group SA with the ETF’s that have exposure to it gives us some ETF choices that could give us similar returns with lower ... Read more (Read more...)

  • Reuters7 days ago

    Brazil's Amaro family sells 6.47 pct of LATAM Airlines

    Brazil's Amaro family, one of the main controllers of LATAM Airlines, sold a 6.47 percent stake in the regional carrier on Friday on the Santiago stock exchange for some $296 million, as part of a strategy to modify the company's ownership structure. Chile's Cueto family, the majority stakeholders in LATAM, had previously agreed to purchase through their Costa Verde Aeronautica holding company the 35.3 million shares sold by the Amaros. The shares, which represent over half of the 12 percent stake the Amaros held in LATAM, were sold at 5,506.40 Chilean pesos ($8.34) a piece.

  • Reuters8 days ago

    Brazil airlines stay cautious even as demand seen bottoming out

    Brazilian airlines remain cautious over the outlook for year-end air travel in the country, as fallout from a recession, the weak job market and still-high inflation are offsetting signs that demand might have bottomed out, industry leaders said on Thursday. In a statement, LATAM Airlines Group SA, the country's largest carrier by capacity, has noted early signs that air travel demand may have stopped slumping. According to Abear, the group that represents airlines in Brazil, domestic flight demand dropped 6.6 percent while the number of seats available dropped 6.2 percent in the year through July.