Airbus Group SE (AIRG)

108.28
-1.52(-1.38%)
  • Volume:
    47,585
  • Bid/Ask:
    108.26/108.28
  • Day's Range:
    106.26 - 110.06
  • Type:Equity
  • Market:Germany
  • ISIN:NL0000235190
  • WKN:938914

AIRG Overview

Prev. Close
109.8
Day's Range
106.26-110.06
Revenue
-
Open
109.5
52 wk Range
81.83-121.02
EPS
-
Volume
47,585
Market Cap
83.83B
Dividend (Yield)
N/A
(N/A)
Average Vol. (3m)
46,599
P/E Ratio
-
Beta
-
1-Year Change
22.96%
Shares Outstanding
785,848,255
Next Earnings Date
Feb 17, 2022
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Airbus Group SE Company Profile

Employees
125888
Market
France

Airbus SE, formerly Airbus Group SE, is a company based in the Netherlands that is active in the aerospace and defense industry. The Company operates through three segments: Airbus, Airbus Helicopters and Airbus Defence and Space. The Airbus segment focuses on the development, manufacturing, marketing and sale of commercial jet aircraft and aircraft components, as well as on aircraft conversion and related services. The Airbus Helicopters segment specializes in the development, manufacturing, marketing and sale of civil and military helicopters, as well as on the provision of helicopter related services. The Airbus Defence and Space segment produces military combat aircraft and training aircraft, provides defense electronics and global security market solutions, and manufacturers and markets missiles.

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  • The A320s have been completely sold out. 100 percent sure they already have customers for these A320 slots, otherwise they would not have done the unprecedented and cancelled it as a supplier
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    • So Boeing this month did: hire reporters to spread fake news about the safety culture of Airbus, pulled out 50 orders out of accounting to ' win ' the net order race in 2021, even though the actual number is 479 for Boeing vs 507 for Airbus, which means that Airbus won by 28 in the year where the max was recertified and everyone was claiming that it will be a flood of max orders coming in, they still got beat by Airbus. The good news is that even Boeing will run out of dirty tricks they can try to manipulate their own shareholders into buying them. Meanwhile they hold 60 billion in debt and even if they deliver all their backlog at record margin, they wont be able to pay this debt back. This means no new aircraft program from Boeing any time soon, which also means Airbus can sell their stuff at a high margin unhindered this decade without having to invest in a costly program to counter Boeing. This isn't even speculation, this is just how the Aircraft manufacturing industry works and some low hanging fruit in terms of prediction. This decade, Airbus will reap all the fruits of the failures of Boeing of last decade.
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      • The good news is that Comac with the C919 is delayed and it its reported performance is WAY below the stated performance. No one is gonna buy this airplane except China. Meanwhile Airbus Tianjin is gonna expand since the C919 is not well liked by Chinese Airlines and producing in China is a nice compromise for the Chinese government.
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    • AIRBUS : Receives a Buy rating from Goldman Sachs, the target price has been revised upwards and is now set at EUR 176, compared with EUR 159 previously.
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      • AIRBUS : Receives a Buy rating from Goldman Sachs, the target price has been revised upwards and is now set at EUR 176, compared with EUR 159 previously.
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        • Covid cases cases already peaked in the UK and are dropping fast like happened in South Africa, I think by the end of the month most of European Countrys and also in the US will see a decline of Covid cases.
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          • Boeing did NOT beat Airbus in net orders. Boeing does ASC606 accounting which meant that they have to take out orders that are iffy. They did so when they grounded the max with about 1000 planes. They randomly added 56 planes at the end of the year back to "beat" Airbus. Meanwhile the KLM order and some of the Qantas order counts for the year 2022, so that Airbus would actually be ahead 200 net orders in 2021... Dont fall for the tricks Boeing does, which only shows their desperation after losing 3 huge customers (KLM, Qantas, Jet2) to Airbus within weeks.
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            • Omicron is infecting everyone right now. The good news is that it is mild, going from possible severe pneumonia towards a much more harmless bronchitis, which is likely the reason why it appears to spread so fast. The other good news is that the more dangerous Delta variant is going extinct. These two facts combined, and that Omicron is spreading so much faster than Delta, it looks like this variant is gonna be the endemic variant which we will have to live with. This means that we are gonna return to normal much sooner than later, at this rate in a very few weeks and spring the latest.Airbus is the only company that went out of the pandemic even better than before, with record margins thanks to large cost saving measures and demanding a premium price because their only competitor is releasing shoddy planes (737 max, 787 issues, 777x may never release, none of Boeings current program is gonna be profitable ever). They got the regional plane of the future (A220) basically for free, and this decade is gonna be the decade of the A220 program. Airbus is gonna increase the production of the highly profitable cash cow A320/A321 program to 75 in 2025. Airbus negotiated delays during the pandemic for airlines, which means higher prices for later deliveries, which means ever crazier large margins for each airplane delivered for Airbus. No A380 program that only pulled down margins, as well as other programs becoming profitable, and Boeing being completely incompetent and struggingly means that the signs only show straight upwards for Airbus.
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              • "Airbus is the only company that went out of the pandemic even better than before"; any direct or indirect guesses to why the stock would then be lower than it's all-highest?
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            • After all these huge orders during Dubai and mid december, Azorra orders 22x A220-300. This order starts the infamous 5th quarter of Airbus with more orders to come.
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              • Airbus is on fire, the production is is sold out for next couple of years, they need to increase the production rates ✈️
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            • After all the latest blockbuster orders during Dubai and mid december, Azorra orders 22x A220-300.
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              • Airbus just beat its anual targets with 771 gross (507 net) orders and 611 deliveries. Great results.
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                • December deliveries amounted to 93 aircraft. The 4th quarter results should be great, above market expectations...
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                • Note, these numbers are STILL WITHOUT the huge KLM and some of the Qantas orders, which will be likely firmed in 2022. Airbus orders would then vastly exceed Boeings this year, despite Boeing that said that 2021 would be the year of pent-up demand due to net cancellations of Boeing planes in 2019-2020 of around -1000 (Boeing only managed around 500 of 'pent up net orders so far), and they will very likely not recover their orders lost for quite a time, as many customers have jumped ship towards Airbus as they lost confidence with Boeing (KLM, Qantas, Jet2). LOT or TUI may also jump ship soon.
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                • Note, these numbers are STILL WITHOUT the huge KLM and some of the Qantas orders, which will be likely firmed in 2022. Airbus orders would then vastly exceed Boeings this year, despite Boeing that said that 2021 would be the year of pent-up demand due to net cancellations of Boeing planes in 2019-2020 of around -1000 (Boeing only managed around 500 of 'pent up net orders so far), and they will very likely not recover their orders lost for quite a time, as many customers have jumped ship towards Airbus as they lost confidence with Boeing (KLM, Qantas, Jet2). LOT or TUI may also jump ship soon.
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              • An increase of over 20% in 30 days time, insane performance made by Airbus. Lots to come in 2022!
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                • The image didn't go as I hoped it would... but from 99 to 120+ in 1 month!
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              • Funny how a few months ago, because Airbus only delivered 35 planes in a month, people were extrapolating it that Airbus would fail to reach 600 planes delivered at the end of the year, totally disregarding the famous 5th quarter of orders and the flurry of deliveries that occurs every December since Airbus was founded. Turns out that Airbus delivered 610 this year according to insiders, and masses of orders at Dubai airshow (totally obliterating what orders Boeing got), as well as KLM and Qantas doing a red wedding moment for Boeing in december. Faury sends his regards.
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                • Wonder, not if but, when we are gonna see it above 140!
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              • 2022 is gonna be a strong year for Airbus ✈
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                • Wrong, 2021 was already a strong year given the pandemic. 2022 is gonna be a legendary year at this rate
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                • agreed!!
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              • target price 167€
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                • Airbus Signs $11.3 Billion Order for Helicopters With French Military
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                  • 169 H160M for about 60 million per piece.
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                • Omicron Has 80% Lower Risk of Hospitalization, New Study Shows
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                  • #Long is king! ahah
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                  • Here in the Netherlands they are worried about the spread rate (we are in lockdown currently due to that). This can go 2 ways: spread very fast and overflow hospitals, or spread faster than others, but doesn't overload the hospitals. Let's hope for the best!
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                  • I just left Netherlands the past weekend here in Portugal the Omicron cases are also increasing fast, but the hospitalisation and dead number are still relatively low. Also looking to South Africa the data seems encouraging.
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                • Fly ze Airbus
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                  • Air France-KLM also has purchase rights for another 60 aircraft for its KLM and Transvania carriers. The airline group signed a letter of intent for the purchase of four Airbus A350F freighter aircraft
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                    • It caps a successful week for Airbus after Singapore Airlines on Wednesday agreed to launch the A350 freighter and the planemaker looks likely to seize a narrowbody order from KLM as early as Thursday, in what would be the second defection to Airbus in 24 hours.https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/airbus-wins-order-renew-qantas-fleet-sources-2021-12-15/ https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/airbus-wins-order-renew-qantas-fleet-sources-2021-12-15/
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                      • Huge Qantas order, but there are still 2 large airlines rumored to place orders soon, one of which is either KLM or TUI who operate Boeing only and will soon switch to Airbus only
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                        • Airbus orders continue to pille in.Deliveries this month will be awsome...A321 xlr project is going well with the firts test aircraft almost complete.Once the flyings restrictions start to ease the stock should jump. Remenber Airbus shares were trading close to 140 euros before the Covid >> Go Long Airbus!
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                          • So we know the demand is high, but is the supply also achievable? Since they've come short of their annual target for 2021.
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                          • why they come short of their target? if they deliver 80 aircraft this month, they reach the target 🎯
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                          • How do they come short? The running joke is that Airbus always has a fifth quarter as they ramp up their deliveries hard in december, their fifth quarter. Last years, deliveries doubled and tripled in december.
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                        • Singapore Airlines has signed a Letter of Intent with Airbus for seven A350F freighter aircraft.
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                          • Reuters) -Qantas Airways Ltd said on Thursday it has chosen Airbus SE as the preferred supplier to replace its domestic fleet, switching away from Boeing Co.The airline said it had committed to buying 20 Airbus A321XLR planes and 20 A220 jets as well as 94 purchase options, subject to board approval expected by June 2022.
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                            • Short is king ! ahah
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                              • #Long is king! ahah
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                              • hi Joe how's going your short?
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                            • Are they having a hard time figuring out if they should drop 1% or rise 1% today? lol
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                              • Shorts ran out of shorts to sell?
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                              • Maybe, lol
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