Deutsche Lufthansa S (DLAKY)
$12.04 0.43 (3.70%)
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Market Cap 5.70B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 16,989
Day's Range 11.83 - 12.06
52-Week Range 7.65 - 19.20
Dividend & Yield 0.71 (5.91%)
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By Joel Baglole
Investors should avoid these airline stocks until the global pandemic is behind us and international travel returns to normal levels.
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.
Look to the hardest-hit industries in the U.S. for ideas on how to play the proposed EU bailout. These European stocks are a solid start.
Investors should stop worrying about the eurozone, and they should start buying European stocks and stocks with high exposure to Europe, especially Booking Holding stock, on the weakness caused by panic over the euro's fate.
Despite headwinds, there are positives in the airline space, which still make the stocks in the airline space attractive investment options.
FedEx (FDX) increased its quarterly dividend by 25% and FDX stock rose on the news.
Southwest Airlines's efforts to enhance shareholders wealth through dividends and share buybacks is impressive.
Fees, lower oil prices and a recent merger are moving the airline industry higher. Here are 4 airline stocks to buy on the strong news and sector momentum
From The Business Times
5 major airlines are rolling out shared digital health passes to prove negative COVID-19 tests. They hope it's a step towards recovery for an industry set to lose $157 billion.