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American Airlines (AAL) reports Q3 earnings before market open on October 21. Can its revenue and load factor continue to rebound from depressed levels last year?
Escalated fuel costs are likely to have dented the Q3 performances of Alaska Air (ALK), American Airlines (AAL) and Southwest Airlines (LUV).
As the world economy recovers from pandemic blues, rising transportation demand is putting pressure on crude oil inventories. Thus, high benchmark prices are expected to weigh on the airline industry's bottom line for a couple of quarters.
While rising fuel costs are expected to have hurt American Airlines' (AAL) Q3 performance, improvement in air-travel demand is likely to have aided the same.
Of 30 companies in our watchlist that reported earnings late Monday or before markets opened Tuesday, two posted a negative surprise on earnings and one met expectations exactly.
Someone with a lot of money to spend (and possibly insider knowledge) has taken a bullish stance on American Airlines Group(NASDAQ:AAL). And retail traders should know.
American Airlines (AAL) doesn't possess the right combination of the two key ingredients for a likely earnings beat in its upcoming report. Get prepared with the key expectations.
Shares of airline companies, including American Airlines Group Inc. (NASDAQ: AAL), United Airlines Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: UAL) and Spirit Airlines, Inc. (NYSE: SAVE) are trading lower in sympathy with Delta Air Lines, Inc. (NYSE: DAL), which reported worse-than-expected third-quarter sales and said a rise in fuel prices will pressure profitability in the December quarter. American Airlines, through its subsidiaries, operates as a network air carrier.
As new infections decline, travel and entertainment stocks observe an uptick on anticipation of quick demand recovery in the coming months. However, airline stocks have been on a decline in the past week including American Airlines over concerns of rising operational costs majorly due to high.
Rebuffing the Texas governor, American Airlines and Southwest Airlines said on Tuesday they would comply with U.S. President Joe Biden's executive order to require their employees be vaccinated for COVID-19 by a Dec. 8 deadline.