LHA.DE - Deutsche Lufthansa AG

XETRA - XETRA Delayed price. Currency in EUR
15.06
+0.13 (+0.87%)
At close: 5:35PM CEST
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Previous close14.93
Open14.96
Bid15.05 x 948200
Ask15.06 x 1900800
Day's range14.94 - 15.11
52-week range14.34 - 24.45
Volume2,909,262
Avg. volume4,495,844
Market cap7.154B
Beta (3Y monthly)1.11
PE ratio (TTM)3.83
EPS (TTM)3.93
Earnings date30 Jul 2019
Forward dividend & yield0.80 (5.29%)
Ex-dividend date2019-05-08
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters - UK Focus5 days ago

    LIVE MARKETS-Industrials out of fashion

    Reach him on Messenger to share your thoughts on market moves: thyagaraju.adinarayan.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net INDUSTRIALS OUT OF FASHION (1458 GMT) Industrial stocks are among the most unloved going into the earnings season with analysts sharply cutting profit estimates and fund managers shunning the sector. The dislike for industrial stocks is also evident among money managers: Bank of America Merrill Lynch's fund manager survey released earlier showed investors' take on the sector reversing to a 36% net underweight in July from net 15% overweight in June. With the EU capital goods sector trading at a premium to the wider indices (see below), any small disappointment in earnings is likely to lead to a sharp fall in stock prices.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 days ago

    UPDATE 4-Ryanair halves 2020 growth plans on Boeing MAX delays

    Ryanair has halved its growth plans for next year due to delays in deliveries of Boeing's grounded 737 MAX jet, lifting shares in rival European airlines which had feared a surge in new capacity would drag down ticket prices. Ryanair is one of Boeing's biggest customers and was due to have 58 737 MAX planes in time for its 2020 summer season. The aircraft was grounded in March after crashes in Ethiopia and Indonesia that killed a total of 346 people, and Boeing is working on a software fix that people familiar with the matter have said it hopes to present to regulators in September.

  • Lufthansa CEO sees no 'Greta Effect' on passenger numbers
    Reuters7 days ago

    Lufthansa CEO sees no 'Greta Effect' on passenger numbers

    German airline Lufthansa expects passenger numbers to rise about 4% this year, its chief executive told a newspaper, playing down talk that public support for teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg might be curbing air travel. "At this time we don't see restraint - in fact, the opposite," Carsten Spohr told the NZZ am Sonntag newspaper in the interview published on Sunday. "In comparison to last year, already a record year, we're expecting passenger growth of about 4 percent, (Lufthansa unit) Swiss International Air Lines is also showing growth.

  • Reuters - UK Focus11 days ago

    UPDATE 1-European airline chiefs push back against flight shaming, carbon taxes

    The heads of some of Europe's largest airlines hit back on Wednesday against efforts to discourage Europeans from flying, arguing the industry was making huge strides in cutting its carbon footprint and that there was no shame in air travel. The share prices of Europe's largest airlines fell this week when France announced a tax on air travel, the latest move by an EU government to discourage flying, which activists say is a major contributor to climate change.

  • Reuters - UK Focus12 days ago

    Air France says planned French eco-tax would be "extremely penalizing"

    French carrier Air France said on Tuesday it was against the government's plan to introduce an ecological tax on air transport, saying the measure would significantly penalise its competitiveness. The government announced earlier on Tuesday that it will introduce the eco-tax on airlines flying out of France, which is expected to raise around 180 million euros ($201.69 million) from 2020. Airline shares fell across the board following the news.

  • Reuters - UK Focus12 days ago

    UPDATE 2-France to tax flights from its airports, airline shares fall

    France will introduce a tax on airlines flying from its airports to help support the environment, the transport minister said on Tuesday, in a move expected to raise around 180 million euros ($202 million) from 2020. Shares in airlines across Europe fell on the news, with Air France down 5.2%, Ryanair down 4.8%, easyJet down 4% and Lufthansa down nearly 3% at 1255 GMT.

  • London markets advance on fresh U.S.-China trade optimism
    MarketWatch20 days ago

    London markets advance on fresh U.S.-China trade optimism

    Investors were encouraged by reports Saturday that included the U.S. suspending some sanctions on Huawei

  • European markets buoyed by lifting of Huawei ban, trade talks
    MarketWatch20 days ago

    European markets buoyed by lifting of Huawei ban, trade talks

    EUROPE MARKETS European markets rallied Monday on the perceived lightening of trade skirmishes among the U.S. and China, with tech stocks among the best performers. How did markets perform? The Stoxx 600 (XX:SXXP) rallied to 388.

  • Reuters - UK Focus23 days ago

    NEWSMAKER-From wind tunnels to megadeals, the Boeing sales boss facing new MAX storm

    Days after stealing the Paris Airshow with a deal to sell 200 of the grounded 737 MAX, Boeing's sales chief faces fallout from the discovery of a new flaw that will delay the jet's return to service. Senior vice-president Ihssane Mounir has built a reputation for striking where least expected in the global jet industry, shunning the spotlight. Last week, he and other Boeing executives scored a major coup in winning British Airways owner IAG - a big Airbus short-haul user - over to an initial $24 billion deal for the 737 MAX.

  • Reuters - UK Focus24 days ago

    UPDATE 2-Airlines urge regulators to work together to return 737 MAX to service

    Airlines on Thursday urged global regulators to coordinate on measures needed to bring the grounded 737 MAX jetliner back into service, as Boeing grappled with a new technical glitch and investors sold shares of suppliers over fears of more disruption. The 737 MAX was grounded worldwide in March in the wake of two accidents in five months, which prompted Boeing to redesign part of an automated software system suspected of playing a role in the crashes that also involved faulty sensor data.

  • Lufthansa eyes cost cuts to return Eurowings to profit
    Reuters27 days ago

    Lufthansa eyes cost cuts to return Eurowings to profit

    FRANKFURT/BERLIN (Reuters) - Lufthansa's budget airline Eurowings will aim to cut costs by 15% over the next three years and focus on short-haul flights as part of a plan to return to profit by 2021, the German carrier said on Monday. Lufthansa cited falling revenues at Eurowings as a major reason behind a profit warning on June 16. Eurowings' revenue was forecast to drop sharply in the second quarter.

  • Lufthansa will look at new Airbus A321XLR, but it's no game-changer: CEO
    Reuters27 days ago

    Lufthansa will look at new Airbus A321XLR, but it's no game-changer: CEO

    Lufthansa will look at ordering Airbus's new long-range A321XLR jets, Chief Executive Carsten Spohr said on Monday but added that he did not think the new model was a game changer. "The new XLR could be used in our network.

  • Lufthansa will look at new Airbus A321XLR, but it's no game-changer - CEO
    Reuters27 days ago

    Lufthansa will look at new Airbus A321XLR, but it's no game-changer - CEO

    Lufthansa will look at ordering Airbus's new long-range A321XLR jets, Chief Executive Carsten Spohr said on Monday but added that he did not think the new model was a game changer. "The new XLR could be used in our network.

  • Reuters - UK Focus27 days ago

    UPDATE 2-Lufthansa eyes cost cuts to return Eurowings to profit

    FRANKFURT/BERLIN, June 24 (Reuters) - Lufthansa's budget airline Eurowings will aim to cut costs by 15% over the next three years and focus on short-haul flights as part of a plan to return to profit by 2021, the German carrier said on Monday. Lufthansa cited falling revenues at Eurowings as a major reason behind a profit warning on June 16. Eurowings' revenue was forecast to drop sharply in the second quarter.

  • Lufthansa pegs dividend payout ratio to net profit
    Reuters27 days ago

    Lufthansa pegs dividend payout ratio to net profit

    German carrier Lufthansa on Monday said it would start pegging its dividend payout ratio to net profit in the future, adding this would give the group, which issued a profit warning a week ago, more flexibility. Lufthansa said it would pay out a regular dividend of 20-40% of net profit, adjusted for one-off gains and losses, in the future. Its previous dividend policy was based on a payout ratio of 10-25% of earnings before interest and tax.

  • Airlines Avoid Strait of Hormuz After Iran-U.S. Tensions Escalate
    Bloomberg29 days ago

    Airlines Avoid Strait of Hormuz After Iran-U.S. Tensions Escalate

    (Bloomberg) -- Airlines worldwide are diverting flights away from southern Iran, lengthening travel times, after the Federal Aviation Administration issued an edict barring American operators from the region amid escalating tensions with the Persian Gulf country.Deutsche Lufthansa AG, Dutch carrier KLM and Qantas Airways Ltd of Australia are among carriers re-routing long-haul services to avoid the Strait of Hormuz, where the U.S. has blamed Iran for attacks on shipping and an American drone was shot down on Wednesday. United Airlines suspended flights between Newark, New Jersey, and Mumbai that regularly pass over the area.“We closely follow all developments that may be related to the safety of airspace,” KLM, the Dutch arm of Air France-KLM, said. “The incident with the drone is reason not to fly over the Strait of Hormuz for the time being. This is a precautionary measure.”A so-called notice to airmen from the FAA says airline flights above the Tehran flight-information region of the Persian Gulf and Gulf of Oman are prohibited until further notice “due to heightened military activities and increased political tensions.” Those circumstance present an inadvertent risk to planes in the form of “potential miscalculation or mis-identification.”Chicago-based United said in an emailed statement that it had conducted “a thorough safety and security review” of its India service in light of recent events and decided to suspend the route.Lufthansa has been avoiding the Strait of Hormuz and the Gulf of Oman since Thursday and has now expanded that zone in line with the FAA’s advice, which may result in “slightly longer flight times between Europe and India,” spokesman Thomas Jachnow said. Services to Tehran operated by the carrier and its Austrian Airlines unit aren’t affected.British Airways, Singapore Airlines Ltd., Malaysia Airlines Bhd. and Qantas are also diverting inter-continental flights away from the area, according to reports, though not all global carriers are affected, with KLM’s sister company Air France saying relevant services are already routed further south.In the region itself, the United Arab Emirates civil aviation authority ordered carriers on Saturday to avoid risky air space, a day after some airlines took their own measures. Dubai-based Emirates, the world’s biggest long-haul airline, said on Friday it rerouted flights away from areas of possible conflict, while Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways said it was evaluating the FAA directive and would consult with the United Arab Emirates civil aviation authority. Discount carrier FlyDubai said it would adjust some flight paths as a precautionary measure.U.S. and Iranian officials have differing accounts of whether the high-altitude U.S. Navy drone was over international or Iranian waters when it was shot down. The downing comes after weeks of rising tensions, including attacks on cargo ships that the U.S. has also blamed on Iran.Though an Iranian military officer was quoted by state-run media as saying the drone was shot down in order to send a “clear message,” President Donald Trump downplayed the incident, saying it “could have been somebody who was loose and stupid.”(Updates with U.A.E. measures in eighth paragraph.)\--With assistance from Sarah Jacob, Wout Vergauwen, Ania Nussbaum and Dana Khraiche.To contact the reporters on this story: Christopher Jasper in London at cjasper@bloomberg.net;Richard Weiss in Frankfurt at rweiss5@bloomberg.net;Layan Odeh in Dubai at lodeh3@bloomberg.netTo contact the editor responsible for this story: Anthony Palazzo at apalazzo@bloomberg.netFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Lufthansa to cut costs at Eurowings subsidiary - Der Spiegel
    Reuterslast month

    Lufthansa to cut costs at Eurowings subsidiary - Der Spiegel

    German airline Lufthansa will speed up cost cutting to try to boost productivity at its low-cost Eurowings subsidiary as it battles to defend market share in a competitive European market, Chief Executive Carsten Spohr said. "After quick growth in recent years we will first and foremost reduce complexity and costs (at Eurowings)," Spohr said in an interview with German weekly magazine Der Spiegel. Poor margins at Eurowings compared with sector rivals were cited by the group as a major reason for a profit warning on Sunday.

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