Avis Budget Group Inc (CAR)

79.46
+1.73(+2.23%)
After Hours
79.09
-0.37(-0.47%)
- Real-time Data
  • Volume:
    913,234
  • Bid/Ask:
    79.08/79.46
  • Day's Range:
    77.42 - 80.00

CAR Overview

Prev. Close
77.73
Day's Range
77.42-80
Revenue
5.02B
Open
78.65
52 wk Range
24.44-95.1
EPS
-10
Volume
913,234
Market Cap
5.55B
Dividend (Yield)
N/A
(N/A)
Average Vol. (3m)
1,302,020
P/E Ratio
-
Beta
2.34
1-Year Change
174.09%
Shares Outstanding
69,858,812
Next Earnings Date
Aug 03, 2021
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Avis Budget Group Inc Company Profile

Avis Budget Group Inc Company Profile

Sector
Services
Employees
20000

Avis Budget Group, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, provides car and truck rentals, car sharing, and ancillary services to businesses and consumers. It operates the Avis brand, a vehicle rental system that supply rental cars to the premium commercial and leisure segments of the travel industry; the Budget Truck brand, a local and one-way truck rental businesses with a fleet of approximately 20,000 vehicles, which are rented through a network of approximately 515 dealer-operated and 410 company-operated locations that serve the consumer and light commercial sectors in the continental United States; and the Zipcar brand, a car sharing network. The company also operates various other car rental brands, such as Budget, Payless, Apex, Maggiore, MoriniRent, FranceCars, Amicoblue, Turiscar, and ACL Hire. In addition, it offers optional insurance products and coverages, such as supplemental liability, personal accident, personal effects protection, emergency sickness protection, and cargo insurance products; fuel service options, roadside assistance services, electronic toll collection services, curbside delivery, tablet rentals, access to satellite radio, portable navigation units, and child safety seat rentals; automobile towing equipment and other moving accessories, such as hand trucks, furniture pads, and moving supplies; and Business Intelligence solution, an online portal for corporate travel. Avis Budget Group, Inc. operates in approximately 10,600 locations worldwide. The company was formerly known as Cendant Corporation and changed its name to Avis Budget Group, Inc. in September 2006. Avis Budget Group, Inc. was founded in 1946 and is headquartered in Parsippany, New Jersey.

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  • moderna is way more profitable than this overvalued stock including the 5 Biggest Auto makers. Cmon
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    • no reason. dumped my short because no sign of going down. 90 max
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      • was there a real reason for that jump over 10%?
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        • Well then, going short again.
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          • that's it. 90 Maxlike Tesla 900 max
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            • 1,200% up since March 19 lows... and almost double compared to pre-covid... Makes sense? Probably not, but it's been a *******of a ride
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              • And horrible Q1 earnings as expected... $2.43 loss per share compared to $2.16 a year ago... And still the analysts try to sell this as a positive story... This is a perfect example of fugazi LOL
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            • a bit short just for fun in case it drops
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              • It probably will after earnings today
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            • People simply just lost it... why the love for this stock. Please enlight me LOL
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              • Where is love here? Simple shorts queeze by insiders.
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              • You understand that company can be in this level of prices in current amount of debt, but who care?
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              • I totally agree... people also think this company will make a fortune now when Hertz is gone, but the fact is that the competition is much stronger from all the small players. I think shareholders here are up for a big surprise... But as you say - fundamentals doesn't matter anymore
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            • My faith in Morgan Stanley is absolute, they know it's a good company with great amount of debt and incredible cost savings... company that just lost: 48% of the international revenue, down 40% on ebitda, 22% in ajusted,debt 4.21BAll time high 2x from 2019..I bought more at 73, lets go, Tesla garbage ,Car is amazing))) everybody renting venicals, borders already open)))p.s. why MS push also EV ? ))) Car doesn't have EV venicals, they need to buy all new fleet ))
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              • let's go I bought at 72.55, to da moon))
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                • Sold will take profit undert 50
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                  • Just Look at the Chart. what is justifying this?
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                    • One year ago, MS was bearish on AVIS. Before the pandemic... And now: Avis Budget Group (NASDAQ:CAR) had its target price hoisted by Morgan Stanley from $61.00 to $67.00 in a research note issued on Tuesday... What a joke
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                      • that is why I am shorting it
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                        • Insane price for this sack of garbage
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                          • Short squeeze by banksters, they need some gains, where is inlogical, VIX +24%, Covid cases and deaths in hights,travel suspended every one is renting cars...highly doubt it
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                            • this is higher now than pre Covid with 90% less revenue. Thanks Federal Reserve
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                              • Who paid $41 today? Is everyone renting a car?
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                                • Who is buying this stock!? -42% in profits this year, travel on hold, new strain...stock on it highs))) Why not, still 2020)))
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                                  • Very likely to pop. Target price 25
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                                    • not that much difference between HTZ going bankrupt and these guys , why its 32$ i will never know it has 13 billion in long term debt and HTZ has 14 billion.....HTZ is 2.5$ today and CAR is $32.00
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                                      • https://www.fool.com/investing/2020/08/03/why-avis-is-not-the-next-hertz.aspx
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                                    • Sip sip
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                                      • Morgan Stanley raised their price target by 50%, that's where the raise comes from
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                                        • I love that company couse all bro bought from them now a car with 70% discount!
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                                          • The price seems as COVID 19 never has been )))Cool!
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