American Airlines Gp (AAL)
$11.79 2.29 (24.11%)
10:03 EDT AAL Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $9.50
Market Cap 5.52B
PE Ratio 3.26
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 37.85M
Day's Range 10.81 - 12.20
52-Week Range 9.09 - 35.24
Dividend & Yield 0.40 (3.39%)
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Every airline stock is being punished by the coronavirus pandemic. But AAL stock was not as healthy as other airline stocks before the virus.
Multiple, positive signs indicate that life will return to normal in the U.S. in coming months, lifting AAL stock in the process.
Things look bleak for the airline sector now, but this self-imposed grounding will eventually lift and AAL stock will soar again.
Despite the current federal assistance on the way to the airline industry, AAL stock is unlikely to reach its recent highs in the coming months.
American Airlines was already struggling before the coronavirus hit, so a bailout may not be enough to truly save AAL stock.
By Thomas Niel
Until we know how much the coronavirus from China will set the moribund airline back, stay on the sidelines with AAL stock.
These 10 undervalued stocks have crashed as the coronavirus has spread, but many of them could rebound (if they don't go bankrupt).
American Airlines stock has been hammered and rightfully so. But just because AAL stock is cheap, doesn't mean it can't get cheaper.
By Ian Cooper
While American Airlines isn’t for the squeamish, if you ignore headlines and focus squarely on the long-term story, AAL stock is a buy.
If American Airlines secures a federal bailout, AAL stock might just be an excellent speculation. I think a bailout is likely.
American Airlines has plunged amid coronavirus fears. Given its debt, AAL stock likely can't survive without government help.
American Airlines could see a $50 billion bailout from the U.S. government, but AAL stock has been losing money since 2013.
Wait until early April, when international travel restrictions are likely to lift and warmer weather should come, to buy AAL stock.
Naturally, the market fallout over the last several days have been unkind to American Airlines. Yet a bigger crisis could be skyrocketing social tensions, which could further ice travel demand.
With the markets tumbling into an incredibly volatile state, even the risk-takers may not want to bet on AAL stock
By David Moadel
Most traders don't have the fortitude to withstand the technical damage done to American Airlines. Here's what you need to know about AAL stock.
The selloff of AAL stock has gone too far, and the shares should rally tremendously in the longer term as fears about coronavirus ease.
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