American Airlines Group Ord Shs (AAL)
$11.08 0.04 (0.36%)
13:12 EDT AAL Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $11.12
Market Cap 5.19B
PE Ratio 3.06
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 33.19M
Day's Range 10.71 - 11.18
52-Week Range 8.25 - 31.67
Dividend & Yield 0.40 (3.61%)
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By Thomas Niel
Whether that means Chapter 11 or not remains to be seen. But, avoid AAL stock for now, as it could head back to single-digits.
AAL stock is taking a beating because management has decided to pile on debt and run unprofitable routes, leading to bankruptcy risks.
As American Airlines' turnaround lingers a buying opportunity arises. AAL stock sells well below its sum-of-the-parts value as long as it takes longer for the airline to reduce cash burn.
American Air reported better-than-expected earnings, but AAL stock is struggling for upside. That said, this is a concern for investors.
American Airlines is doing everything it can to survive, but its capacity outlook is a warning sign for those considering buying AAL stock.
Apple, American Airlines, silver and bitcoin were our top stock trades for Friday. That said, let's get a look at the charts now.
American Airlines (AAL) earnings for the airline company's second quarter of the year have AAL stock looking up on Thursday.
AAL stock will face more selling pressure as passenger traffic falls, cost cuts rise, and risks of another shutdown increase.
It’s okay for taxpayers to bail out the airlines. Yet, for some reason, the passengers (the same taxpayers) aren’t allowed to receive a minimum amount of safety while traveling. How ridiculous is that?
By Alex Sirois
American Airlines (NASDAQ:AAL) stock will soon feel the repercussions of its decision to largely eliminate social distancing safeguards. The company recently announced that as of....
At first, state reopening measures and rising travel demand augured well for AAL stock. But then, sharply rising coronavirus cases has slowed the optimism.
By Ian Cooper
The party is over for AAL stock and its peers, again. It's all thanks to that pesky novel coronavirus that just won't go away.
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By Thomas Niel
Bottom line: if you own AAL stock now, sell while shares remain in the double-digits. Otherwise, steer clear for now.
American Airlines scrambles to raise cash and recoup its losses in the aftermath of the pandemic. However, the company's growing debt and high fixed costs are a drag on AAL stock.
Chasing a sharp rally in AAL stock is foolish because of the risks the airline industry faces. Instead, buy shares on dips for the long term.
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