- Market Capitalization, $K 8,520,268
- Shares Outstanding, K 419,511
- Annual Sales, $ 1,124 M
- Annual Income, $ -1,975 M
- 60-Month Beta 1.58
- Price/Sales 7.54
- Price/Cash Flow N/A
- Price/Book N/A
|Period||Period Low||Period High||Performance|
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-1.18 (-5.49%)since 03/16/21
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-0.92 (-4.33%)since 01/15/21
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+11.01 (+118.39%)since 04/16/20
Carriers like United Airlines (UAL) and American Airlines (AAL) expect significant declines in their respective Q1 revenues from the first-quarter 2019 levels.
Load factor at Azul (AZUL) dips 2.2 percentage points in March to 71.2%.
Gol Linhas (GOL) and Ryanair (RYAAY) falter in March due to renewed coronavirus cases in Brazil and Europe, respectively.
Due to the recent surge in COVID-19 cases, demand in the domestic market at Gol Linhas (GOL) plummets 32% in March from the February reading.
Total net operating expenses decline 50.3% year over year at Gol Linhas (GOL) in Q4.
Despite significant rise in parcel volume, ZTO Express' (ZTO) Q4 results are hurt by 20.2% decrease in parcel unit price as a result of intense competition.
Spirit Airlines (SAVE) and Southwest Airlines (LUV) decide to add routes to their respective networks.
In recent trading, shares of Azul SA have crossed above the average analyst 12-month target price of $20.30, changing hands for $20.32/share. When a stock reaches the target an analyst has set, the analyst...
With traffic declining more than capacity contraction, Azul's (AZUL) consolidated load factor in February falls 2.7 percentage points.
AZUL's Q4 results are hurt by significant decline in passenger revenues due to depressed travel demand. However, substantial rise in cargo revenues partly offset adversities.
|3rd Resistance Point||21.23|
|2nd Resistance Point||20.87|
|1st Resistance Point||20.59|
|1st Support Level||19.95|
|2nd Support Level||19.59|
|3rd Support Level||19.31|