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|Day's range||33.69 - 34.00|
|52-week range||17.16 - 34.72|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||1.86|
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|Ex-dividend date||16 Apr 2020|
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Airbus has returned to profit in the first half of the year and lifted its forecast as the pan-European planemaker begins to recover from the impact of coronavirus. The company delivered 297 airliners in six months to the end of June, up 51pc on the same period a year ago, when the pandemic caused the aerospace industry to virtually shut down. As the world adjusts to Covid-19, Airbus is now predicting that it will deliver 600 aircraft this year, up from the the 566 handed over to airline custome
Europe's Airbus took aim at one of Boeing's most profitable strongholds on Thursday with plans for a freighter version of its A350 passenger jet, gambling that a pandemic boom in Internet shopping will outlast the global health crisis. Boeing has for years dominated the market for air freighters even as its European rival grabbed its crown as the world's largest maker of passenger jets. Airbus said its board had backed an A350 freighter to enter service in 2025 but did not immediately announce customers.
PARIS (Reuters) -Europe's Airbus sharply raised its forecasts for full-year deliveries and earnings after reporting better-than-expected half-year results on Thursday. Reuters reported on Wednesday that Airbus would beat its previous target and deliver more than 600 jets this year after negotiating compromise deals with airlines. Led by commercial aerospace and helicopter divisions, Airbus swung to an operating profit of 2.009 billion euros in the second quarter, compared with a loss of 1.23 billion a year earlier, as revenues rose 70% to 14.177 billion euros.