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Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA (NAS.OL)

Oslo - Oslo Delayed price. Currency in NOK
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1.5770-0.2730 (-14.76%)
At close: 4:25PM CEST
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Previous close1.8500
Open1.8415
Bid1.5890 x N/A
Ask1.5920 x N/A
Day's range1.5770 - 1.8440
52-week range1.5000 - 48.1700
Volume66,399,653
Avg. volume45,102,614
Market cap5.625B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.31
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-12.6300
Earnings date28 Aug 2020
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est224.45
  • Norwegian Air's July traffic down 90% year on year
    Reuters

    Norwegian Air's July traffic down 90% year on year

    Norwegian Air's <NORR.OL> July passenger volume fell by 90.4% from a year earlier as most of its fleet remained grounded due to the coronavirus pandemic, it said on Thursday. The budget carrier flew just 356,093 passengers during the month compared to 3.71 million in July 2019. "Although customer demand has increased compared to the almost non-existent levels in April, May and June, the market situation remains challenging," Norwegian said in a statement.

  • Norwegian Air's June traffic down 97% yr/yr ahead of restart
    Reuters

    Norwegian Air's June traffic down 97% yr/yr ahead of restart

    Norwegian Air's <NWC.OL> June passenger volume was down 96.7% from a year earlier as most of its fleet remained grounded by the coronavirus pandemic, it said on Monday. The budget airline, which is slowly restarting services this month, cut most of its network in March.

  • Boeing Losing Almost 100 Plane Orders From Norwegian Carrier, Report Says
    Motley Fool

    Boeing Losing Almost 100 Plane Orders From Norwegian Carrier, Report Says

    One day after Boeing (NYSE: BA) saw its troubled 737 Max back in the air for its first recertification test flight with the Federal Aviation Administration, the company may be getting more bad news about the aircraft. A regional European carrier, Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA (OTC: NWAR.F), is canceling a total of 97 orders with the plane maker, according to The Wall Street Journal. The cancellations include 92 of the 737 Max, and five 787 jets.

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