FRA.DE - Fraport AG

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Previous Close40.58
Bid38.72 x 30500
Ask38.76 x 8900
Day's Range37.90 - 40.90
52 Week Range27.59 - 79.26
Avg. Volume346,801
Market Cap3.588B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.30
PE Ratio (TTM)8.56
EPS (TTM)4.54
Earnings DateMay 06, 2020
Forward Dividend & Yield2.00 (4.93%)
Ex-Dividend DateMay 27, 2020
1y Target Est84.39
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      Edited Transcript of FRA.DE earnings conference call or presentation 13-Mar-20 1:00pm GMT

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    • PR Newswire

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      Fraport AG looks back on a positive 2019 fiscal year (ending December 31). Fraport achieved all financial targets for 2019, despite the increasingly difficult market environment towards the end of the year. Moreover, the coronavirus outbreak has hit the aviation industry massively in the last few weeks. Therefore, it is currently not possible to provide a reliable business outlook for 2020. Overall, Fraport's executive board expects the Group result to decline significantly for the current business year.

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      With few exceptions, 2019 will not be remembered as a good year for air cargo at European airports. Several of the region's largest air cargo hubs have recently reported year-over-year volume declines, and most cited some combination of economic slowdown, U.S.-China trade tensions and local issues as reasons for the poor performance. Major European airlines also suffered cargo volume declines in 2019. Frankfurt Airport, Europe's largest cargo hub, saw volume decline 3.9% to 2.13 million metric tons for the year, according to Fraport AG, which operates the airport and 20 others in Europe, Asia and South America.

    • PR Newswire

      Fraport Traffic Figures 2019: Frankfurt Airport Serves More than 70.5 Million Passengers

      Frankfurt Airport (FRA) served more than 70.5 million passengers in 2019 – achieving a new all-time record by exceeding the 70-million mark for the first time in a calendar year. Compared to the previous year, this represents a passenger increase of 1.5 percent. Following a positive trend in the first half of 2019 (up 3.0 percent), passenger volumes largely stagnated in the second half of the year (up 0.2 percent). In the months of November and December 2019, passenger numbers declined for the first time since November 2016. The relatively weaker growth in full-year passenger numbers can be mainly attributed to domestic traffic (down 3.4 percent) and European traffic (up 1.2 percent). In contrast, intercontinental traffic to and from FRA increased by 3.4 percent in 2019.

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      Q3 2019 Fraport AG Frankfurt Airport Services Worldwide Earnings Call

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