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Deutsche Lufthansa AG (DLAKY)

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5.85+0.22 (+3.91%)
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Previous close5.63
Open5.85
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range5.80 - 5.87
52-week range5.53 - 11.99
Volume46,634
Avg. volume87,688
Market cap7.081B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.62
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-5.74
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date18 Oct 2021
1y target est6.50
  • Reuters

    German investor Kuehne boosts stake in Lufthansa to 15%

    FRANKFURT (Reuters) -German logistics entrepreneur Klaus-Michael Kuehne has increased his stake in Lufthansa to 15% from 10%, making him the biggest shareholder in the German flag carrier and pushing shares in the airline higher on Thursday. Logistics companies, which have benefited from surging profits from ocean shipping due to the COVID-19 pandemic, have increasingly invested in other forms of transport, such as air freight, to add resilience to global supply chains and protect against a downturn. Kuehne, an 85-year-old German billionaire, is the controlling shareholder of Swiss logistics firm Kuehne & Nagel and has a 30% stake in container shipping company Hapag-Lloyd AG.

  • Reuters

    Lufthansa staff call for an end to cost-cutting amid airport chaos

    Lufthansa staff have called on the German flag carrier to end its "cost-cutting craziness", accusing the airline of mismanagement and contributing to the recent chaos at airports by laying off too many workers. In a letter to the supervisory board seen by Reuters on Wednesday, staff representatives said there are too few employees to handle booming summer demand and they need to be given the right conditions to perform at their best. Chairman Karl-Ludwig Kley said in a message to employees that he was aware of employees' reports of aggression and in some cases even physical attacks by customers, "of despair and tears, of helplessness while remaining loyal to Lufthansa."

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    Brussels Airlines to cancel around 700 flights over summer holiday

    The Belgian subsidiary of Lufthansa, Brussels Airlines, is cancelling close to 700 flights over the summer holiday period, around 6% of those scheduled, to reduce workload and avoid strikes, the airline said on Monday. "We are meeting the demands of the unions today and we hope it can rule out further actions (this summer)," Brussels Airlines spokesperson Maaike Andries emailed. Pilot and cabin crew unions of Brussels Airlines held a three-day strike last month, after complaining that the pressure of work was too high and that the company had been aware of the situation for around a year but failed to alleviate it.