|Bid||72.76 x 1000|
|Ask||72.79 x 1300|
|Day's Range||72.47 - 76.18|
|52 Week Range||72.47 - 96.03|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.27|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||6.29|
|Earnings Date||Apr. 13, 2020 - Apr. 19, 2020|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Jan. 06, 2008|
|1y Target Est||109.47|
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When the first airlines launched loyalty programs almost 40 years ago, they intended to do what you would expect — to keep customers from defecting to the competition. But over the past two decades, many programs have become independent business segments that generate massive cash for the corporate parent through agreements with banks that market […]
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The IATA forecasts $27.8-billion loss in revenues for Asia-Pacific carriers during 2020 with the majority to be borne by Chinese airlines.
United Airlines (UAL) joins American Airlines (AAL) and Southwest Airlines (LUV) in extending the grounding period of Boeing 737 Max jets.
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CHICAGO/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - American Airlines Group Inc and United Airlines Holdings Inc are pushing back the return of Boeing 737 MAX flights until August and September, respectively, a fresh delay that comes after sources told Reuters that the timing of a key certification flight may not occur until at least April. American is cancelling 737 MAX flights until Aug. 18 and United until Sept. 4, the two said in separate statements on Friday. The other U.S. 737 MAX operator, Southwest Airlines Co , has extended its flight cancellations until Aug. 10.
An overnight spike of nearly 15,000 in China’s reported coronavirus cases upended world markets on Thursday.
United Airlines Holdings Inc. (UAL) is further extending its suspension on flights between the U.S. and China, due to risks posed by coronavirus.
U.S. airlines stocks reported decent earnings this time around. However, the coronavirus scare may cause trouble for the sector and the ETF.
Coronavirus’ financial blow to airlines remains up in the air, as carriers have no choice but to wait out an indeterminable number of cancelled flights and decreased demand to and from China and Hong Kong.
U.S. officials late Thursday issued a “do not travel” advisory to China, following the World Health Organization’s declaration of a global public health emergency.
The coronavirus outbreak is beginning to seriously impact travel, and now, seven major airlines have suspended all routes to China.
One day after the U.S. State Department recommended travelers avoid travel to China because of concerns about the coronavirus, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and United Airlines moved to suspend all flights between the United States and mainland China. American Airlines' suspension takes place immediately and will last until at least March 28, airline officials […]
The exponential spread of the coronavirus is upending the travel industry with cruise operators being hit particularly hard.
Airline Stocks Plummet Over Coronavirus Fever Fever Coronavirus is taking its toll, if not on actual people (it’s pretty mild so far), then on airline stocks. United Airlines (NASDAQ:UAL) in particular is being smashed, down 16% since news of the Wuhan outbreak broke. Airline traffic has plummeted as travelers to Asia fear being infected. American […]The post Market Morning: Airline Coronavirus Fever, Gold Jumps on Fed Speak, Though UPS Unfazed appeared first on Market Exclusive.
Airlines are suspending scheduled flights to and from China amid weak demand caused by the coronavirus outbreak that originated in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China.
Both Hong Kong and Russia announced strict travel measures from mainland China, with the U.S. government expanding screening measures at key airports on Tuesday.