Airbus Group SE (AIR)

108.86
+4.10(+3.91%)
  • Volume:
    848,870
  • Bid/Ask:
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  • Day's Range:
    104.76 - 108.86
  • Type:Equity
  • Market:France
  • ISIN:NL0000235190

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  • almost 4 times as much net income as last years quarter, and almost 15 percent more revenue as compared to last years quarter, but 10 percent below in stock value. This shows the absolute insanity of this stock
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    • In the last 4 quarters the results beat the analist expectations, still the stock went nowhere. I'm just waiting for better days, I think Airbus results will continue to improve.
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  • Airbus market cap value is now higher than boeing...
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    • miamiamm
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      • short is king ! before WE
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        • Airbus posted earnings: adjusted EBIT of 1300 million in q1 as compared to the estimated 700 million. Analysts are 'surprised' given their own estimations... Given my own estimations, I am not surprised if you have only half a brain and understand just basic economics of scale economies and monopolies, which Airbus is these days because Boeing is not a competitor anymore. Boeing can only sell planes at a cost 20 percent below margin, while Airbus can earn 20 percent on average margin per plane. In what kind of definition is that still a duopoly? Airbus can go for monopoly pricing and analyst fail to see it each quarter earnings and are surprised by the profit margins Airbus command and the profit they earn. Double the profits as compared to estimations and you guys failed to see it lmao
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          • Another great quarter for Airbus. Crazy to think the stock was trading around 100 euros in 2018. Still the results are much better now and with the ramping up of the A320 family the results will only improve. #Long Airbus is a no brainer. Also expect the dividends to increase with the results in the next years.
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        • go up
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          • LONDON (Reuters) -A British judge on Tuesday denied a bid by Qatar Airways to reinstate a jet contract cancelled by Europe's Airbus in the latest twist to a dramatic feud playing out in UK courts.
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            • Daniela Costa from Goldman Sachs retains his positive opinion on the stock with a Buy rating. The target price is unchanged and still at EUR 178.
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              • Before Corona, the PE ratio of Airbus was about 30. As of today: 17. Just think about it, Airbus is still massively ramping up to go even beyond precovid rates of production and it still recorded its highest profit in its history because they managed to triple profit margins and yet the pe ratio is almost half what it was.
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                • 1.5 euro dividend approaching, April 19 ex-dividend date. Probably next month we will see the first test flight of the A321 xlr.
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              • BOC Aviation said on Monday it plans to buy 80 Airbus A320neo family jets in what is the aircraft-leasing firm's largest order.
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                • How are you feeling about the stock market and this stock recently?
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                  • I will stay in airbus for the long term, do not care if it drops to 90 or 80. I will continue to add, the company is doing well despite all adversities. April 21 will get my 1.5 euro dividend per share.
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                  • Airbus in 2021 during a PANDEMIC posted their HIGHEST PROFIT in its HISTORY, with per plane margins TRIPLING. The whole world is opening up. Travel is returning to normal or is already in the USA and many other countries. Despite that, Airbus is currently underperforming the market, going sideways since a year. The price of the stock is way too low... good for me because I am having a lot of savings right now which I only put into Airbus.
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                • ir Canada today announced it is acquiring 26 extra-long range (XLR) versions of the Airbus A321neo aircraft.
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                  • A321 xlr the disruptor is comming soon..
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                • A Boeing crashed today in China..
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                  • Delta Air Lines Chief Executive Ed Bastian says that demand for flights with the airline  is at the highest level for several years, and that last week it had its largest booking day in the company’s history.“I have never seen such strong demand in my career,” Bastian said. “We haven’t seen any downtick in demand.
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                    • Airline Industry Heads Back To Normal As Analyst Sees ‘Insatiable’ Demand.In a report issued Friday, JP Morgan analyst Jamie Baker wrote that on March 2, Chase daily card spend on air travel eclipsed 2019 levels for the first time since Jan. 29, 2020https://www.forbes.com/sites/tedreed/2022/03/14/airline-industry-heads-back-to-normal-as-analyst-sees-insatiable-demand/?sh=41a795df8f37
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                      • Boeing asked for an extension for the max 10 certification deadline, which could be catastrophic since with the original deadline, they would not need to implement the EICAS system that is required for all aircraft since the 1980s. If they fail to get it certified by the next deadline, they would have to implement EICAS which helps pilots when there are errors (the current system in the 737 max only gives a warning light, which contributed to both 737 max crashes as pilots didn't know what was wrong for a long time. With EICAS, they would have known what is wrong and panicked less). However, the old computers of the old 737 max can't handle such a simple system. Similarly, a third angle of attack sensors has been required by EASA, the European authority as well, and Boeing can't fit one as it would be not technically feasible anymore. The 737 max 10 may never be certified as it would not be satisfying modern safety standards. Everyone that has the max 10 on order would need to switch to the A321neo. Also if FAA certifies the 737 max 10 in the USA without a third angle of attack sensor, Boeing would need to retrofit this sensor to all current max family planes. But this is not technically possible. Either the max 10 may not be certified ANYWHERE, or no Max plane will ever fly in Europe again.
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                        • https://www.seattletimes.com/business/boeing-aerospace/boeing-seeks-exemption-from-safety-rule-extended-for-max-10/?utm_source=news.google.com&utm_medium=Referral&utm_campaign=rss_editors_picks_feed_business
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                        • TLDR: No new model can be certified without EICAS after 2022. If Boeing fails that deadline, max 10 must be modified to have EICAS but that is not possible with its weak computers. New computers for the max would mean a entirely new airplane family, and a very long certification process again, as well as no current 737 pilots being certified to fly the max 10.
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                      • Airbus delivered 79 aircrafts in January and February, strong performance let the profits roll on and ensure your dividend soon
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                        • Colombia’s Avianca has ordered another 88 Airbus A320neos, with deliveries scheduled between 2025 and 2031.
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                          • The Next Gen Fighter is the key for this stock... If Dassault doesn't pull back this stock will maintain a level and then slowly rise again...
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                            • Back on track soon. Plus dividend coming in April so it is bound to fly again.
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                              • @eagle 84 soon !
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                                • ‘fear is the mind killer’
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                              • Boeing and Airbus backlog for Russia and Ukraine is just a value of $5.5 billion combined representing just 0.7% of the commercial aircraft backlog of Boeing and Airbus. 0.7 percent. zero point seven percent. For Airbus, Russia and Ukraine have just $2.7 billion on order. And the stock drops 10 percent, while not gaining at all from massive defense investments of $110+ billion from Germany alone, of which Airbus receives a major piece of that and which will easily vastly exceeds the 2.7 billion that is on hold.... totally stupid drop
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                                • Germany already made clear that they want to spend at least 2.5 billion euros on upgrading existing typhoons to make it capable for electronic warfare. Also they want to order heavy helicopters, of which Airbus has the EC725. Likely massive orders of the best air to air missile by a mile which is the meteor missile, of which Airbus owns big chunk of the company MBDA producing it. Massive investments in the sixth generation fighter FCAS, which Airbus also developes. Massive orders for stingers which is produced by Airbus Germany. People seriously forget that Airbus is the largest producer and developer of cutting edge modern defense in the European Union.
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                                • There is a lot of fear in the market. If we exclude the energy part from Russia then their enconomy is almost irrelevant in the Global Market, smaller than the state of Texas. Airbus will do great in the future, strong cash position, making profits, possible competitor from Russia is gonne now with the war, also competition from China will be delayed under current circunstances. Security, green aviation and energy will be now a priority for the World, Airbus is pionering with hidrogen and will benefit tremendously with this.
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                                • The more oil prices go up, the more Airlines have to save fuel which means new more efficient planes. Airbus has the most efficient planes in the narrowbody segment and is on par in the widebody segment.
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                              • Airbus Unit To Develop Tiger MkIII Helicopter For France, Spain
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                                • Unbeliavable 10 euros down
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                                  • I see 105 here but other sites are showing 106,78 as the lowest drop ... There was some confusion the other day too. What's going on with Investing.com ?
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