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Alaska Air Group Inc (ALK.N)

ALK.N on New York Stock Exchange

68.32USD
6 Dec 2019
Change (% chg)

$1.03 (+1.53%)
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About

Alaska Air Group, Inc. is the holding company of Alaska Airlines (Alaska), Virgin America Inc., Horizon Air (Horizon) and other business units. The Company operates through three segments: Mainline, Regional and Horizon. Its Mainline segment includes Alaska's and Virgin America's scheduled air transportation for passengers and... (more)

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2.20 Mean rating from 15 analysts

Overall

Beta: 0.79
Market Cap(Mil.): $8,415.21
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 123.17
Dividend: 0.35
Yield (%): 2.05

Some U.S airlines willing to take 737 MAX jets before pilot training approval -sources

CHICAGO, Nov 12 Some U.S. airlines are willing to pick up their 737 MAX jets from Boeing Co as soon as December if the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approves delivery of the grounded planes before new pilot training is agreed, three people with knowledge of the matter said.

CORRECTED-U.S. airlines grapple with 'unfair tax' that adds to aircraft supply disruption

WASHINGTON/CHICAGO, Oct 4 U.S. airlines are scrambling to digest a new 10% tariff on European-made Airbus planes that threaten additional havoc in an aircraft supply market already reeling from frozen deliveries of Boeing's 737 MAX.

UPDATE 1-U.S. airlines grapple with 'unfair tax' that adds to aircraft supply disruption

WASHINGTON/CHICAGO, Oct 4 U.S. airlines are scrambling to digest a new 10% tariff on European-made Airbus planes that threaten additional havoc in a market already reeling from frozen deliveries of Boeing Co's 737 MAX.

Märkte

  • U.S.
  • Europa
  • Asien
  • Branchen

Branchenüberblick

Energie +0.68%
Rohstoffe +0.93%
Industrie +0.59%
Konjunktur abhängige Waren & Dienstleistungen +0.56%
Konjunktur unabhängige Waren & Dienstleistungen +0.87%
Finanzindustrie +0.54%
Pharma +0.97%
Technologie +0.28%
Telekommunikation -0.03%

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