Delta Air Lines (DAL)
$25.20 0.23 (0.92%)
17:18 EDT DAL Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $24.97
Market Cap 17.68B
PE Ratio 5.09
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 16.55M
Day's Range 24.38 - 25.48
52-Week Range 17.51 - 62.48
Dividend & Yield 1.31 (5.20%)
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Air traffic is still depressed, but investors should consider these airline stocks here. They have more upside potential than downside risk.
Streamlined operations and robust liquidity will provide DAL stock a stable platform to bounce back once the pandemic is over.
Airline stocks are attractive right now as the industry gradually recovers from the pandemic. In turn, this makes a great time to buy.
DAL stock is down more than 25% in the last month. With no revenue catalyst in the near future, it may be wise for investors to stay away.
Airline stocks recovered too fast from the Covid-19 crash. DAL stock has given back a lot of it so now it makes for a better long-term buy.
There are no market gains to be made with airline stocks as companies like Delta Airlines grapple with a slow travel season this summer.
Delta Air Lines (NYSE:DAL) might be losing money from blocking the middle seat but long-term, it’s a winning strategy for DAL stock.
DAL stock was already under pressure from reduced travel volume. But with rising coronavirus cases and even airline pilots seeking the exits, it’s not looking good for Delta Air Lines or the underlying industry.
With the slowing cash burn and abundant liquidity, expect Delta stock to rise on the back of a sustained rise in air traffic
Delta lost $5.7 billion in Q2, but management has a plan to become a smaller, more efficient airline to return DAL stock to profitability.
DAL stock rose July 15 despite record losses. Investors are betting that the company's liquidity can beat the cash burn from Covid-19.
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Delta reported dismal results, but DAL stock is holding up. Does that mean that the shares will climb further?
DAL stock sank after earnings, and the numbers weren't the problem. Delta management needed to inspire confidence, but couldn't.
Fastenal, Delta Air Lines, Inovio and JPMorgan were our top stock trades for Wednesday. That said, let's look at the charts moving forward.
Delta Air Lines (DAL) earnings for the airline company's second quarter of the year have DAL stock dipping lower on Tuesday.
The coronavirus pandemic has taken its toll on airline stocks, but that doesn't mean there aren't good opportunities in the sector for long-term investors.
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