|Bid||53.33 x 400|
|Ask||53.34 x 1200|
|Day's range||53.06 - 54.06|
|52-week range||39.05 - 55.75|
|PE ratio (TTM)||10.56|
|Dividend & yield||1.22 (2.38%)|
|1y target est||N/A|
MONTREAL/TOULOUSE, France (Reuters) - Airbus (AIR.PA) has agreed to take a majority stake in Bombardier's (BBDb.TO) troubled CSeries jetliner programme, securing the plane's future and giving the Canadian firm a possible way out of a damaging trade dispute with Boeing (BA.N). Airbus will get a 50.01 percent stake in an entity recently carved out of Bombardier to produce and market the CSeries, four years after it first flew with a goal to enter the $125 billion (£94.8 billion) a year market for large jets. In reality, the terms of the deal mean Bombardier could pay Airbus to take over by agreeing to underwrite $700 million of risks related to cost overruns in coming years.
At the start of 2017, Delta Air Lines (DAL) raised its debt by ~$2.0 billion in order to reduce its pension plan liability.
Vernon reiterated an Outperform rating on Delta and raised his price target by $2, to $65. For the fourth quarter and full year, he boosted his earnings per share slightly, but for 2018 he raised his EPS estimate to $6.17, 11% above consensus estimates, and writes that he was surprised that other analysts lowered expectations following the third-quarter report, given his confidence in Delta's higher revenue guidance.
Delta Air Lines said on Tuesday it was unclear when the Bombardier CSeries jets would be delivered, as a proposed U.S. government tariff on the planes complicates the future of the Canadian-made aircraft. ...
ATLANTA (Reuters) - Delta Air Lines (DAL.N) said on Tuesday it was unclear when the Bombardier CSeries (BBDb.TO) jets would be delivered, as a proposed U.S. government tariff on the planes complicates ...
In December 2016, Delta Air Lines (DAL) placed an order for 75 CS100 Bombardier jets. This huge order was the first for these jets and a huge relief for Bombardier.
In 2Q17, Delta Air Lines (DAL) forecast 3Q17 operating margins of 18.0%–20.0%. Hurricane Irma led to Delta's canceling flights and losing $120.0 million in operating income.
Delta says it looks forward to getting its C Series jets after Airbus reached a deal with disputed manufacturer Bombardier.
The Bombardier CS100 passenger jet is pictured on the opening day of the Farnborough Airshow, south west of London, on July 11, 2016
(Reuters) - Delta Air Lines Inc (DAL.N) said on Monday it looked forward to introducing embattled Bombardier Inc's (BBDb.TO) C-Series jet into its fleet, after rival planemaker Airbus (AIR.PA) earlier ...
Delta Air Lines Inc said on Monday it looked forward to introducing embattled Bombardier Inc's C-Series jet into its fleet, after rival planemaker Airbus earlier said it would acquire a majority stake ...
The chief executives of Airbus and Bombardier predicted an upswing in sales of the CSeries as a result of an agreement by Airbus to take control of the troubled Canadian jet programme. Bombardier Chief Executive Alain Bellemare predicted the deal would double the value of the CSeries programme, which has been struggling due to weak sales and now faces heavy import duties to the United States after a Boeing trade complaint. In a media conference call, both executives said plans to build some jets at Airbus' U.S. assembly plant in Alabama would mean no import duty would be payable by U.S. airlines after all, potentially thwarting the anti-dumping trade case by Boeing.
For 3Q17, Delta Air Lines' (DAL) revenue was $11.1 billion, a 5.5% YoY (year-over-year) rise compared to $10.8 billion in 3Q16.
Delta Air Lines' (DAL) average traffic increased 3.4% YoY to 61.0 million passenger miles for 3Q17. For the first nine months of 2017, traffic has increased 2.1% to 166.5 billion miles.
Delta Air Lines (DAL) reported its 3Q17 results on October 11, 2017. It managed to beat Wall Street analysts’ estimates for both revenue and profits. Its revenue rose 5.5% YoY.
Wal-Mart Stores • WMT-NYSE Neutral • Price $84.13 on Oct. 10 by MKM Partners We are more positive about the shares of the big retailer after its annual investor meeting in Arkansas, but we are maintaining our Neutral rating. Overall, we came away more positive on Wal-Mart’s ability to effectively adapt its model to the rapidly changing retail landscape.
Stocks traded at record highs. Wal-Mart, Nvidia and Delta rallied, even as many retail and media stocks tumbled. JPMorgan and other big banks reported earnings.
Virgin Atlantic Airways Ltd. has transferred one of its daily trans-Atlantic flights to U.S. ally Delta Air Lines Inc. so that some of its own Boeing Co. 787 Dreamliner planes can be grounded for an engine ...
Interesting news today from Delta, Micron, and Wal-Mart, but it’s Coach's move that has the Fools a bit confused.
Cheaper flights to Hawaii may be coming soon, as Southwest confirmed it will finally fly to the Pacific islands with help from the latest Boeing 737 jets.