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Investors in American Airlines (NASDAQ: AAL) appear eager today, with bulls waiting for the FY Q3 earnings report due tomorrow. Expecting resounding growth in the endeavor to claw back pre-covid levels of travel, AAL analysts have put forward some promising predictions.
Given the indiscriminate downfall of the travel industry in the last one to two years, it isn’t surprising that investors are waiting eagerly in the aisles for the inevitable bounceback. Thanks to the vaccine rollout, American Airlines has managed to rebuild its foundations once again – but at the moment, not a lot more. Airlines across America are bolstering their growth plans in a move to bounce back stronger than ever – Delta airlines have recently announced new flight paths.
Following analyst expectations, the company is expected to report a seventh straight quarter of losses, yet this quarter is expected to be the smallest loss by a significant amount. Further interest is sparked by Q3 revenue details, which is expected to rise 184.8% – a distinct comparison to sunken pandemic levels. Annual revenue is also expected to increase 72.5% as opposed to a 60% loss last year.
Currently, AAL stock is moving predominantly sideways, losing some of its momentum in the early hours of Wednesday’s trading. Currently pushing a daily gain 0.5% – AAL stock is just teetering over the $19.60 level. As travel finds its place again in the journey back to normality, travel companies can expect a huge improvement in fiscal growth; Barclays improved the stock rating for airline stocks as early as April this year- so it’s all eyes on tomorrow’s earnings.
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