|Bid||52.07 x 500|
|Ask||53.10 x 500|
|Day's Range||52.29 - 54.18|
|52 Week Range||40.48 - 59.08|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||13.41|
|Earnings Date||Apr 25, 2018 - Apr 30, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.40 (0.72%)|
|1y Target Est||64.11|
The airline industry and its stocks, like Delta Air Lines, Inc. (NYSE:DAL), has gone through a very bumpy history, one that has been very cyclical, and one that I fear is going to suck in a lot of investors into making some bad decisions. The airlines have to distinguish themselves by offering differences in experience, and in service. The one exception to this seems to always been Southwest Airlines (NYSE:LUV).
Yesterday, Southwest Airlines (LUV) sank the entire airline sector after it offered a weaker-than-expected unit-revenue forecast. An upgrade for Southwest today has kept its shares aloft, but couldn't do the same for competitors like United Continental (UAL), Delta Air Lines (DAL), and American Airlines (AAL). Analysts had no problem defending Southwest today.
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In a Twitter gaffe earlier this week, American Airlines Group Inc. declared free seats for anybody who showed up at the airport.
Hundreds of more flights are canceled Thursday as airlines try to recover from the fourth big storm to hit the Northeast this month.
Airlines have a new strategy for managing winter storms: keep more passengers away from snowbound airports.
Munoz has dealt with a number of difficult events at United over the past year, but today he spoke of only perhaps the worst of them.
An improved U.S. economy is contributing to the rise in air travel demand. The A4A's bullish forecast highlights the increased demand.
Shares of Southwest Airlines (LUV) are lower on Wednesday, hurt by its first-quarter guidance. The airline said it expects first quarter revenue per available seat mile (RASM) to be comparable with the first quarter of last year, and that March year-over-year RASM trends for the non-peak travel periods have been below its previous expectations. Southwest blamed the "competitive fare environment" for the weakness, along with lower-than-expected travel demand, hampered by spring break timing.
Airline stocks were broadly lower Wednesday, led by weakness in Southwest Airlines Co. shares , after the company cut its unit revenue outlook, citing the competitive fair environment and disappointing ...
A good plan can increase the likelihood that you’ll make it to your destination if a snowstorm hits.
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FedEx (FDX) is aided by higher segmental revenues in Q3. Additionally, the company's increased view for fiscal 2018 is attributable to the new tax law and an improved operating performance.
Short interest is low for AAL with fewer than 5% of shares on loan. Additionally, this was an improvement in sentiment as investors who seek to profit from falling equity prices reduced their short positions on February 7.
Financial and energy-oriented stocks have historically performed better this warmer season, while travel and leisure also tend to do well
Most of us have come to dislike flying more and more over the years, but just the opposite can be said of Warren Buffett’s opinion on the airlines themselves: While the billionaire once famously called the stocks a “death trap,” more recently hinted that he could be in the market to buy one. While the idea of Buffett buying an airline isn’t new, it has gotten more attention recently, as last month he said he would like to do a “huge” deal and wouldn't rule out the purchase a airline—even if he’s not crazy about valuations. Southwest (LUV) and Delta (DAL) have been most often been posited as front runners, and Wolfe’ Research’s Hunter Keay thinks that that makes sense, as they have Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.B)-like financial and reputational quality.