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Air Berlin PLC (AB1.DE)


XETRA - XETRA Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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0.90-0.02 (-2.17%)
At close: 5:35PM CEST
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Previous Close0.92
Open0.91
Bid0.00 x 79000
Ask0.00 x 125600
Day's Range0.88 - 0.92
52 Week Range0.51 - 1.39
Volume104,228
Avg. Volume452,637
Market Cap105.01M
Beta-0.03
PE Ratio (TTM)-0.11
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters12 days ago

    Air Berlin must come up with turnaround plan before loan guarantees-Zypries

    Loss-making Air Berlin must come up with a clear turnaround plan before the German government can decide on the airline's request for loan guarantees, Economy Minister Brigitte Zypries told Reuters in an interview on Friday. The economy ministry said this week it was looking into a request for guarantees that Air Berlin had made with the states of Berlin and North Rhine-Westphalia and Air Berlin CEO Thomas Winkelmann declined to put a figure on the size of the aid. "There is a request for guarantees which we are looking into," Zypries said, adding that a decision depends on the submission of a clear recovery programme for the airline.

  • German government looking into loan guarantees for Air Berlin
    Reuters14 days ago

    German government looking into loan guarantees for Air Berlin

    BERLIN/LONDON (Reuters) - The German government is examining a request for loan guarantees from loss-making Air Berlin (AB1.DE), the Economy Ministry said on Wednesday. "We are looking into this application for a guarantee along with the states of North Rhine-Westphalia and Berlin," a ministry spokeswoman told reporters. Air Berlin's CEO Thomas Winkelmann said on Wednesday it was a "confidential figure" when asked for details of the airline's request for loan guarantees from the two German states.

  • Reuters15 days ago

    CORRECTED (OFFICIAL)-German anti-trust commission chief rejects govt aid for Air Berlin-Die Welt

    The head of Germany's anti-trust commission rejected government aid for troubled airline Air Berlin in an interview in Germany's Die Welt newspaper to be published on Wednesday. If a company does poorly, or its business model doesn't work, then the state should not keep it alive artificially," Achim Wambach told the newspaper. Wambach said a takeover of Air Berlin by Lufthansa would raise competition concerns since they were the primary competitors on many routes, especially to and from Berlin.