Deutsche Lufthansa AG (LHA)

29.8000
+0.4200(+1.43%)
  • Volume:
    3,483
  • Bid/Ask:
    87.7600/88.8200
  • Day's Range:
    28.5850 - 29.8300
  • Type:Equity
  • Market:Romania
  • ISIN:DE0008232125

LHA Overview

Prev. Close
29.38
Day's Range
28.585-29.83
Revenue
-
Open
29.495
52 wk Range
27.1-62.4
EPS
-
Volume
3,483
Market Cap
33.37B
Dividend (Yield)
0.80
(0.80%)
Average Vol. (3m)
4,307.12
P/E Ratio
-
Beta
-
1-Year Change
-39.59%
Shares Outstanding
1,195,485,644
Next Earnings Date
-
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Deutsche Lufthansa AG Company Profile

Industry
Airlines
Employees
106684
Market
Germany

Deutsche Lufthansa AG operates as an aviation company in Germany and internationally. The company’s Network Airlines segment offers passenger services through a route network of 273 destinations in 86 countries. Its Eurowings segment provides passenger services through a route network of more than 210 destinations in 60 countries. The company’s Logistics Business segment offers transport services for various cargoes, including living animals, valuable cargo, post and dangerous goods, and temperature-sensitive goods serving approximately 300 destinations in 100 countries. Its Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul Services (MRO) segment provides maintenance, repair, and overhaul services for civilian commercial aircraft serving original equipment manufacturers and aircraft leasing companies, operators of VIP jets, and airlines, as well as develops and manufactures cabin and digital products. The company’s Catering Business segment engages in-flight sales and entertainment, in-flight service equipment, and the associated logistics services, as well as consulting services; and operates airport lounges. As of December 31, 2020, it had a fleet of 757 aircraft. Deutsche Lufthansa AG was founded in 1926 and is headquartered in Cologne, Germany.

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  • Tomorrow crash for sure … below 5
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    • Thursday can buy on dip
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      • The omicron mutation , first reported to the World Health Organisation from South Africa, is apparently registering “very mild" cases, reports say. If this is true, taking in mind its increased transmissibility flagged by the world health body, then the variant may take over the lethal Delta mutation, thus causing a decreased fatality risk across the globe, according to some experts.
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        • there are 4.50 and 4 to buy. David astro
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          • I buy every time it drops 50 cents, im in at 6,50, 6,00, 5,50, next 5?
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            • What's your target?
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            • 0 if they get bankrupt
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          • For people saying the price is at the lowest point, checkout the market cap. Even though the share price seems to be at the lowest price, the market cap isn't, which is what matters most.
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            • the market cap not updated as the price
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          • really going down to 5? after 2 years we back history low? European airlines really amazing
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            • Yes, unbelivable :) Anyone heard of any new variant case that is critical, or even in bad condition? :)
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            • nothing serious I know, only seems the vacation don't work, but it never works so well aywy
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          • 6 today? :D
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            • :)
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          • Those Americans have no guts, we knew that already! I am still long, this is pure panic. I even read that Lufthansa is one of the only ones still flying from Africa and they have full planes at 3 to 5 times the normal cost - nice money maker actually for the moment.
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            • just hold tight, when the dark cloud settled it will go up .
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          • seems nothing, all the omicron affected are hyper like ribbit !! addjing longs
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            • When it comes to viruses, science usually shows that when a virus becomes more contagious it also loses lethality. It is logical, the most severe viruses tend to take out patients who die or are very sick and therefore isolated from the contaminating population. Contagious viruses tend to lose their lethality when mutating but also become more contagious. If some countries are closing their airports, it is because they are unable to fully immunize their population. Believing that a more serious variant will emerge is not consistent, on the other hand the variants that will emerge will be more contagious but will become harmless as with the flu. This is also what is happening in South Africa according to the doctor who identified Omicron.
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              • Fully agreed - it would actually be good for Omicron to become more dominant than Delta which is more lethal
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            • i wonder when is suitable time to buy it, it NOT drop anymore , nothing to go down, a friend from  Vietnam
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              • Reuters: 61 travellers from South Africa in Netherlands positive for COVID-19 -authorities
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                • Double or tiple bottom on 1D//6M/1Y chart?
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                  • yes. I added some longs. nice position to buy on this level 😉
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                • many bulls will be slaughtered now and will sell at a loss ....
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                  • No sell, no loss
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                  • Th DrHA ha ha
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                  • can be. But from here it will rise 😉
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                • LONDON/GENEVA, Nov 26 (Reuters) - Global authorities reacted with alarm on Friday to a new coronavirus variant detected in South Africa, with the EU, Britain and India among those announcing stricter border controls as scientists sought to determine if the mutation was vaccine-resistant.
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                  • 4.5
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                    • Why is Lufthansa alwaus hit harder than other airlines while they have a thriving cargo business?
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                      • Lufthansa has been on a downtrend since 2017.
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                    • This is lower than when the market crashed back in early 2020. Its ATL.
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                      • Th Dr I blame the Media...
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                      • Flights will not be stopped, to my knowledge. Germany is embracing the 2G solution, and therefore, most likely no lockdown. I think this is just an over-reaction to the index meltdown. I think I will buy here, I doubt it can really get to 5, and don't want to miss the train
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                      • Andrei BoulescuI agree 😉
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                    • I warned you to sell on the rebound
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                      • 👍
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                    • Black Friday offer
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                      • Could it get to 5, I wonder.... I would realy like to buy at 5
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                        • its quite close, get your wallets ready
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                      • Wow! Panic sales.
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                        • 6.4 tomorrow and 7 next week, germany bo lockdown , it should be open, the vaccine and drink medicine will release the covid, some my friend has covid but stay at home an drink medicine issued by doctor after one week it oke
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                          • 5.475 just now
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                          • suddenly the bad new effective but it just short time. we trade for long term, not problems
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                        • We shouldn't see the regular drop at this time, due to the US market opening, as its close due to Thanks giving.Thoughts?
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