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Azul S.A. (AZUL)

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4.6800-0.2700 (-5.45%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
4.6800 0.00 (0.00%)
After hours: 07:56PM EDT
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Previous close4.9500
Open4.9400
Bid4.6900 x 1400
Ask4.6900 x 3100
Day's range4.6800 - 4.9800
52-week range4.6800 - 13.8650
Volume1,918,841
Avg. volume1,848,715
Market cap583.353M
Beta (5Y monthly)1.89
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-4.3400
Earnings date13 May 2024
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est9.79
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  • Reuters

    Brazil airline Azul does not foresee antitrust hurdles to codeshare deal with Gol

    Brazilian airlines Azul and Gol have informed local antitrust regulator CADE of their new codeshare agreement and do not expect hurdles to be imposed, Azul's chief executive told Reuters. The carriers, which each have around 30% of domestic market share, unveiled the deal last week, covering all domestic routes operated by one but not the other, along with their frequent flyer programs. The move also reignited speculation of a potential merger between the airlines, which would need antitrust approval.

  • Reuters

    Amid merger speculation, Brazilian airline Gol parent talks with Azul

    SAO PAULO (Reuters) -The parent company of Brazilian airline Gol has started talks with rival Azul to "explore opportunities," both airlines said on Monday, following media reports earlier this year that pointed to a potential merger. Azul added in a securities filing it has not signed or formalized any new agreement regarding a potential business combination with Gol, which is controlled by Latin American airline holding company Abra Group. Abra Group was formed in 2022 to combine Gol and Colombia's Avianca under a common holding company jointly controlled by the main shareholders of both firms.