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Deutsche Lufthansa AG (LHA.DE)

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5.69+0.06 (+1.10%)
At close: 05:44PM CET
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Previous Close5.62
Open5.76
Bid5.68 x 948200
Ask5.68 x 1900800
Day's Range5.65 - 5.87
52 Week Range5.24 - 12.96
Volume14,455,729
Avg. Volume14,338,404
Market Cap3.399B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.59
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-9.96
Earnings DateMar. 02, 2022 - Mar. 07, 2022
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateMay 08, 2019
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters

    Lufthansa says it has not cancelled flights to South Africa over Omicron

    Germany's flagship airline Lufthansa said on Monday that it has not adjusted its schedule for flights to South Africa because of the new Omicron coronavirus variant. Restrictions on air travel from South Africa took effect on Sunday after it was classified as a virus-variant area. This means airlines can fly only Germans to Germany from South Africa and even those who are vaccinated must spend 14 days in quarantine.

  • Reuters

    Costly Airbus paint flaw goes wider than the Gulf

    A dispute between Airbus and Qatar Airways over paint and surface flaws on A350 jets stretches beyond the Gulf, with at least five other airlines raising concerns since the high-tech model entered service, according to documents seen by Reuters and several people with direct knowledge of the matter. Qatar's national carrier has grounded 20 of its 53 A350s, saying it is acting on orders from its local regulator, until reasons for what witnesses describe as the blistered and pock-marked appearance of some of its A350s can be confirmed. Airbus says there is no risk to the A350's safety - a point echoed by the other airlines, which have not grounded any jets and describe the issue as "cosmetic."

  • Reuters

    INSIGHT-Costly Airbus paint flaw goes wider than the Gulf

    A dispute between Airbus and Qatar Airways over paint and surface flaws on A350 jets stretches beyond the Gulf, with at least five other airlines raising concerns since the high-tech model entered service, according to documents seen by Reuters and several people with direct knowledge of the matter. Qatar's national carrier has grounded 20 of its 53 A350s, saying it is acting on orders from its local regulator, until reasons for what witnesses describe as the blistered and pock-marked appearance of some of its A350s can be confirmed. Airbus says there is no risk to the A350's safety - a point echoed by the other airlines, which have not grounded any jets and describe the issue as "cosmetic."