|Bid||7.70 x 1200|
|Ask||9.75 x 3200|
|Day's range||8.55 - 9.01|
|52-week range||4.43 - 14.49|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.22|
|PE ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||11.41|
GOL Linhas' (GOL) September load factor falls as traffic declines, in spite of capacity expansion. Nevertheless, its view for third-quarter unit revenues is encouraging.
GOL Linhas (GOL) benefits from strong demand for air travel. The company's efforts to modernize fleet and reduce debt levels are impressive.
Bullish third-quarter unit revenue projections from the likes of United Continental (UAL) reflect the strong demand for air travel.
Solid demand for air travel boosts Azul's (AZUL) August traffic. Also, load factor increases as traffic growth outpaces capacity expansion.
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GOL Linhas' (GOL) July load factor declines due to capacity expansion. Weakness on the international front hurts July traffic data.
Devaluation of the Brazilian Real as well as steep fuel costs hurt GOL Linhas' (GOL) Q2 results. Consequently, the company issues a dim outlook for the current year.
C.H. Robinson's (CHRW)) second-quarter results are likely to be driven by robust freight demand. High operating expenses, however, may hurt the bottom line.
Gol Linhas' (GOL) June load factor falls on capacity expansion exceeding traffic growth. However, its view on unit revenues for the second quarter is encouraging.
Fuel prices are up, the U.S. dollar is rallying and that means stormy skies for Brazilian airlines. Gol Linhas Aereas Inteligentes SA is leading Brazil’s Ibovespa index losses month-to-date, with a 21 percent drop so far. The company is also heading for its biggest quarterly drop since its initial public offering in 2004.
The turmoil in Brazil might be the reason behind impeding travel to the nation, which induced significant decline in GOL Linhas' (GOL) international traffic.
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Strong demand for air travel on the back of an improving Latin American economy boosts Copa Holdings' (CPA) Q1 earnings and April traffic.
Strong demand for air travel aids first-quarter results at GOL Linhas (GOL). Its 2019 guidance is in line with the improved Brazilian economy.
The sharp decrease in the Hawaiian Holdings (HA) stock price contributes to the sector-tracker declining over the past five trading days.
GOL Linhas (GOL) reports rise in April traffic on high demand for air travel. Load factor in the month also improves owing to traffic growth exceeding capacity expansion.
Higher revenues and lower tax rate aid C.H. Robinson's (CHRW) results in Q1. However, deterioration in operating ratio raises a concern.
American Airlines (AAL) buoys hope with strong demand for air travel and its impressive unit revenue performance. Moreover, the likely near-term rise in air fares is an added positive for the company.
The upsurge in oil prices contributed to the decline in the NYSE ARCA Airline index over the past five trading days.