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Deutsche Lufthansa AG (LHAG.DE)

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23 May 2018
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Deutsche Lufthansa AG is an aviation company. The Company's segments include; Logistics; maintenance, repair and overhaul services (MRO), Catering and Other. Its Passenger Airline Group segment includes the airlines Lufthansa Passenger Airlines, SWISS, Austrian Airlines and Eurowings. Lufthansa Cargo is the logistics services... (more)

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2.42 Mean rating from 24 analysts

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Beta: 0.80
Market Cap(Mil.): €11,286.59
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 470.27
Dividend: 0.15
Yield (%): 2.08

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Alitalia nationalisation would be tricky, sale process must go on - minister

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Alitalia nationalisation would be tricky, sale process must go on -minister

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Lufthansa to offer Economy 'Light' fare on North American routes

FRANKFURT Lufthansa will introduce an Economy "Light" fare on transatlantic routes this summer, the German airlines group said on Tuesday, following a similar move by rival British Airways in an effort to compete with low-cost carriers.

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Lufthansa to offer Economy 'Light' fare on North American routes

FRANKFURT Lufthansa will introduce an Economy "Light" fare on transatlantic routes this summer, the German airlines group said on Tuesday, following a similar move by rival British Airways in an effort to compete with low-cost carriers.

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Industrie -0.14%
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Finanzindustrie +0.11%
Pharma +0.74%
Technologie -0.31%
Telekommunikation +0.41%

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