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Delta Air Lines
27 февраля, 20:55

Рынок золота в самом начале длительного ралли

В январе инфляция в США выросла на 2,5% в годовом исчислении – самый высокий показатель с марта 2012 г.

27 февраля, 20:55

Рынок золота в самом начале длительного ралли

В январе инфляция в США выросла на 2,5% в годовом исчислении – самый высокий показатель с марта 2012 г.

23 февраля, 17:55

Is Delta Air Lines a Great Stock for Value Investors?

Value investing is easily one of the most popular ways to find great stocks in any market environment.

21 февраля, 17:30

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Berkshire Hathaway, SPDR S&P 500 ETF, U.S. Global Jets ETF, Select Sector SPDR Technology ETF and Vanguard Information Technology

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Berkshire Hathaway, SPDR S&P 500 ETF, U.S. Global Jets ETF, Select Sector SPDR Technology ETF and Vanguard Information Technology

21 февраля, 17:30

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Pepsi, Charter Communications, TJX Companies, Valero and Delta Air Lines

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Pepsi, Charter Communications, TJX Companies, Valero and Delta Air Lines

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17 февраля, 23:02

Delta Air Lines Is Bringing Back Free Meals

function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video['package']){var c='&m.fwkeyvalues=sponsorship%3D'+commercial_video['package'];a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); Peace out, peanuts. Delta is bringing back free economy-class meals on some of its longest domestic flights. Starting next month, economy travelers on designated cross-country routes will be able to nibble wraps, cookies and cheese plates at no extra charge. Delta’s new meal service will launch March 1 on flights from JFK Airport to San Francisco and Los Angeles, according to a press release. In April, it will expand to 10 more routes including Boston to Seattle and Washington, D.C. to LAX. Both main cabin tickets and cheaper basic economy tickets will include meal service, a spokesman told HuffPost. For breakfast, fliers will be able to choose between a honey maple sandwich, breakfast medley or fruit and cheese plate. Lunch options include a mesquite-smoked turkey combo, whole grain veggie wrap or fruit and cheese plate. Overnight flights will feature a breakfast bar. Menus will change often to include seasonal ingredients, Delta says. Free economy-class meals largely disappeared in the 2000s, USA Today notes. Delta, which is known to have some of the best airplane food in premium cabins, is the first major U.S. airline to bring them back on cross-country flights. It wouldn’t be a surprise if other airlines like United, which started offering free cookies last year, follow suit, industry analyst Seth Kaplan told the Associated Press.  We’re so ready. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

17 февраля, 21:43

Top Analyst Reports for Pepsi, TJX Companies & Charter Communications

Top Analyst Reports for Pepsi, TJX Companies & Charter Communications

17 февраля, 19:52

Follow Warren Buffett With These ETF Strategies

Invest like Warren Buffett by following these investment strategies.

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14 февраля, 13:19

Delta Air Lines планирует приобрести дополнительный пакет акций Grupo Aeromexico

Вчера, 13 февраля, американская авиакомпания Delta Air Lines сообщила о том, что намерена приобрести дополнительный пакет акций Grupo Aeromexico. Сообщается, что Delta Air Lines планирует выкупить еще 32% акций Grupo Aeromexico по цене 53 мексиканских песо за каждую бумагу. В результате, стоимость сделки может составить около $590 млн. Заметим, что на данный момент Delta Air Lines принадлежит лишь 4,2% акций вышеупомянутой мексиканской авиакомпании.

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14 февраля, 00:31

Delta Air Lines планирует приобрести дополнительный пакет акций Grupo Aeromexico

Вчера, 13 февраля, американская авиакомпания Delta Air Lines сообщила о том, что намерена приобрести дополнительный пакет акций Grupo Aeromexico. Сообщается, что Delta Air Lines планирует выкупить еще 32% акций Grupo Aeromexico по цене 53 мексиканских песо за каждую бумагу. В результате, стоимость сделки может составить около $590 млн. Заметим, что на данный момент Delta Air Lines принадлежит лишь 4,2% акций вышеупомянутой мексиканской авиакомпании.

13 февраля, 14:40

JetBlue Airways' January Traffic and Load Factor Increase

JetBlue Airways (JBLU) posted a significant rise in air traffic for the month of Jan 2017.

09 февраля, 20:06

Trump slams 'out of whack' FAA in meeting with airlines

President Donald Trump slammed the Federal Aviation Administration on Thursday and suggested its multibillion-dollar air traffic upgrade is "totally out of whack" — remarks that come amid a debate in Congress on whether to split up the agency and give airlines a role in running the system.He also suggested that a pilot should be put in charge of the FAA, in an apparent dig at Administrator Michael Huerta — adding that "I have a pilot who's a real expert.”Trump used a meeting in the White House with airline and airport executive to ding FAA's multibillion-dollar NextGen program, which has been plagued with cost overruns and delays, and asked executives from United Airlines, Delta Air Lines and Southwest Airlines why they had let the government pour money into a faulty system. Southwest’s representative told him the airlines don't control those decisions."I hear we're spending billions and billions of dollars," said Trump, who owns his own fleet of airplanes and spent years waging a legal battle against noisy jets flying over his mansion in Palm Beach, Fla. "It's a system that's totally out of whack."Trump's remarks indicate an interest in airlines' plea to spin off air traffic control operations from FAA, running them instead through a nonprofit corporation whose board would include airline representatives. All major domestic carriers except Delta back that proposal, which is being championed in Congress by House Transportation Chairman Bill Shuster (R-Pa.). But Trump and new Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao have not said whether they favor the FAA breakup, which ran into resistance in the Senate during the Obama administration.Lawmakers must reauthorize the FAA's authority and funding stream by Sept. 30.

09 февраля, 14:57

NEWSFLASH: Why DC will continue to face GRIDLOCK -- WHO TULSI met with in SYRIA -- REINCE struggles to fill comms director job -- JEN PSAKI's next move -- B’DAY: Manu Raju

Listen to Playbook in 90 Seconds http://bit.ly/2k6j5Ds … Subscribe on iTunes http://apple.co/2eX6Eay … Visit the online home of Playbook http://politi.co/2f51JnfWHO TULSI GABBARD MET WITH IN SYRIA -- Hawaii Democratic Rep. Tulsi Gabbard’s trip to Syria has been shrouded in mystery. The junket was supposed to be funded by a group in Ohio, but Gabbard repaid the non-profit after she came under intense political pressure about the trip and meeting Syrian strongman Bashar Assad. Gabbard filed an amended report yesterday with the Ethics Committee detailing her week-long jaunt to the Middle East. Keep in mind: Congress approved this itinerary before Gabbard scheduled her meeting with Assad. Also keep in mind: This is a junior member of the House, a chamber that has little say in foreign policy.-- SHE MET WITH ASSAD TWICE FOR AT LEAST TWO HOURS: The first thing Gabbard did within 45 minutes of arriving in Damascus is meet with Assad, a leader whose regime was recently accused of hanging 13,000 people in one prison alone. She met with him for another half-hour after spending a few days in the country. She also met with Asma Assad, the British-born wife of the Syrian president, Walid Muallem, the Syrian foreign minister, Bashar Ja’Afri, the Syrian ambassador to the U.N., and Ali Abdul Karim, the Syrian ambassador to Lebanon. She met with academic and business leaders, who she declined to name, members of parliament, religious leaders and people who escaped ISIS-controlled areas. In Lebanon, Gabbard met with Prime Minister Sa’ad Hariri and U.S. Ambassador Elizabeth Richards.-- SHE FLEW BUSINESS CLASS: Gabbard flew from Dulles to London and from London to Beirut -- and back -- in business class. See the itinerary for yourself http://bit.ly/2ltW7n5 WHY CONGRESS WILL BE JAMMED UP -- If feelings in the Senate remain this contentious, business will remain slow and keeping government functioning will be nearly impossible this year. Consider this week. Republicans will have ended four contentious confirmation battles: Betsy DeVos as Education secretary, Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) to be attorney general, Rep. Tom Price (R-Ga.) to be HHS secretary and Steve Mnuchin to be Treasury secretary. But the following positions remain unfilled: Agriculture, Commerce, Energy, EPA, HUD, Interior, Labor, Small Business, Veterans Affairs, OMB, director of national intelligence and U.S. trade representative. This could slow the Senate down for weeks, if not months. So the process will continue to be gummed up. President Donald Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) can complain all they want about the tactics -- but Democrats can scream “MERRICK GARLAND,” reminding them they did the same to President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee. DEMOCRATS ARE UNDER INTENSE PRESSURE from their base to oppose Trump, his policies and nominees -- a POLITICO/Morning Consult poll showed this week that more than half of Democrats want Democratic lawmakers to stand up against Republicans. Only time will tell if that calculation proves politically fruitful. But if Democrats continue to delay nominations, they will also slow the GOP agenda. Republicans will have to keep government funding by April 28, lift the debt ceiling by the spring or summer and pass a supplemental spending bill that will include billions for the Pentagon and Trump's border wall. Those three items could be incredibly time consuming. On the House side, there will be delays as well. House Republicans will be especially eager to load up spending bills with policy provisions advancing their agenda -- they tried, but mostly failed, to do that during the Obama presidency. Put quite simply, don't get your hopes up. The prospects for quick action on Obamacare, tax reform and infrastructure look bleak. CASE IN POINT -- “Durbin demands Senate hearings on Trump's immigration orders,” by Seung Min Kim: “A top Senate Democrat is calling on Republicans to hold hearings into the trio of controversial immigration executive orders from President Donald Trump. In a new letter being released Thursday, Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) asked Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn (R-Texas) to examine the series of executive actions, including the order focused on refugees and immigrants from Muslim-majority nations that are on hold, for now, by the courts. The two veteran senators are the new leaders of the Senate subcommittee on immigration for the 115th Congress.” http://politi.co/2k6dnSk … The letter http://politi.co/2lnrOSd INSIDE MCCONNELL’S THINKING ON WARREN -- While there has been a lot of Monday-morning quarterbacking about whether McConnell made a smart move in stopping Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s (D-Mass.) floor speech this week, at least one source familiar with McConnell’s thinking said it shouldn’t be that surprising that the Kentucky Republican forced the issue on Senate decorum and rules. “The fact that she was warned, ignored it, and continued on long enough for someone to come down and object is why it fell on her,” the source said. “He clearly knew it would elevate her and I’m sure he doesn’t mind having her be the face of obstruction but it was probably more institutional than anything.”SCOTUS WATCH -- NYT A1, “Supreme Court Nominee Calls Trump’s Attacks on Judiciary ‘Demoralizing’,” by Julie Hirschfeld Davis: “Judge Neil M. Gorsuch, President Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court, privately expressed dismay on Wednesday over Mr. Trump’s increasingly aggressive attacks on the judiciary, calling the president’s criticism of independent judges ‘demoralizing’ and ‘disheartening.’ … Judge Gorsuch expressed his disappointment with Mr. Trump’s comments about the judiciary in a private conversation with Senator Richard Blumenthal, Democrat of Connecticut, as he paid courtesy calls on Capitol Hill to build support for his confirmation.” http://nyti.ms/2kpC0VY SCOOP -- “CIA Memo: Designating Muslim Brotherhood Could ‘Fuel Extremism’: An agency report warns the Trump administration risks driving Muslims into the arms of al Qaeda and ISIS,” by Blake Hounshell and Halley Toosi: “Trump administration officials pushing to designate the Muslim Brotherhood as a foreign terrorist organization face at least one significant obstacle: analysts at the Central Intelligence Agency. CIA experts have warned that so labeling the decades-old Islamist group ‘may fuel extremism’ and damage relations with America’s allies, according to a summary of a finished intelligence report for the intelligence community and policymakers that was shared with POLITICO by a U.S. official. The document, published internally on Jan. 31, notes that the Brotherhood—which boasts millions of followers around the Arab world—has ‘rejected violence as a matter of official policy and opposed al-Qa’ida and ISIS.’” http://politi.co/2kRDyvn SEND YOUR RESUME TO REINCE! -- “Trump struggling to fill one of the worst jobs in Washington,” by Eliana Johnson: “The White House has gone without a full-time communications director since Trump was sworn in last month, and although chief of staff Reince Priebus is spearheading a robust effort to fill the position, his overtures to several Republican communications professionals have been met with disinterest, according to a half-dozen sources with knowledge of the situation. At least two candidates have turned down the job, a position normally coveted by Washington political operatives ... Trump’s unusual involvement in crafting his own message -- and his insistence on doing so from his perch in the West Wing -- poses a challenge for any aide whose responsibility it would be to shape the narrative arc of his administration. ‘There is a list of candidates, but I can see why people aren’t interested. It’s a tough job,’ said a senior administration official. … [Steve] Bannon has also privately dispatched one of his aides, Julia Hahn, to push stories into the news -- in effect directing a communications shop that, at least in the administration’s early days, has been operating on a parallel track.” http://politi.co/2kKOMPW TRUMP ADMINISTRATION DEPARTURE LOUNGE -- KIRON SKINNER started as a senior adviser at the State Department late last month but then turned in her badge and vanished from Foggy Bottom only a few days after she started, according to sources who spoke to Daniel and Nahal Toosi. There was buzz that Skinner, an acolyte of former secretary of state Condoleezza Rice, was going to be director of policy planning at State. She’s a research fellow at the Hoover Institution and an associate professor at Carnegie Mellon. Neither Skinner nor State responded to requests for comment.HAPPENING TODAY -- SCOTUS nominee Neil Gorsuch is slated to meet with Sens. Susan Collins (R-Maine), Steve Daines (R-Mont.), Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska), Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.), Deb Fischer (R-Neb.) and Thom Tillis (R-N.C.).AT THE WHITE HOUSE TODAY -- President Donald Trump is hosting 10 senators at the White House today for a meeting to discuss Neil Gorsuch’s nomination to the Supreme Court. THE SENATORS ATTENDING: Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.), Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), John Cornyn (R-Texas), Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.), Chris Coons (D-Del.), Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.), Michael Bennet (D-Colo.), Heidi Heitkamp (D-N.D.), Jon Tester (D-Mont.) and Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.). “Judge Gorsuch has an impeccable record, and is widely respected for his judicial temperament and adherence to the Constitution,” White House spokesman Steven Cheung said in an email to Playbook. “President Trump wants to keep an open dialogue with Senators from both sides of the aisle to ensure that Judge Gorsuch has fair consideration during the nomination process.”-- Airlines and airport CEOs slated to meet with Trump today: A4A President and CEO Nick Calio; Ed Bastian, CEO, Delta Air Lines; Brad Tilden, chairman and CEO, Alaska Airlines; William Flynn, president and CEO, Atlas Air; Dave Bronczek, president and COO, FedEx; Robin Hayes, president and CEO, JetBlue Airways; Gary Kelly, chairman and CEO, Southwest Airlines; Oscar Munoz, CEO, United Airlines; Myron Gray, president of US Operations, UPS; Kevin Burke, president & CEO, Airports Council International - North America; William Vanecek, director of Aviation, Buffalo International Airport (current Chair of ACI-NA); Deborah Flint, executive director, Los Angeles World Airports; Ginger Evans, commissioner, Chicago Department of Aviation; Jack Potter, president and CEO, Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority; Pat Foye, executive director, The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey; Joe Lopano, CEO, Tampa International Airport; Rob Wigington, president & CEO, Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority.PLAYBOOK INBOX – From Trump Hotels with the subject line “Introducing Trump Vancouver!”: “We’re proud to introduce Trump International Hotel & Tower Vancouver. Featuring sweeping views of the Vancouver city lights, plus more! ... Mott 32 Chinese fine-dining ... The Trump Champagne Lounge ... Coming Soon: Drai’s Vancouver, the city’s first ever poolside lounge ... The Spa by Ivanka TrumpTM”. http://bit.ly/2lr8MGzINSIDE THE FOUR SEASONS – “Power breakfast at the Four Seasons: Political players, CEOs, and Ivanka: The first daughter schmoozed her way around the hotel's restaurant guided by new White House economic counselor Dina Powell,” by Annie Karni: Ivanka’s “appearance in the crowded restaurant marked something of her official Washington launch in neutral, bipartisan territory: an outsider from midtown Manhattan announcing to the establishment that she’s serious about her new hometown. But the closely watched first daughter—the only member of President Donald Trump’s immediate family to have followed him to D.C. — isn’t doing it alone. Joining her with Nooyi and Pepsi senior vice president Jon Banner was Dina Powell, the well-connected former George W. Bush administration official who recently left her job overseeing corporate philanthropy at Goldman Sachs to join the Trump White House, where she officially started working last week.” http://politi.co/2lucRdW SNEAK PEEK – Bloomberg Businessweek’s new cover story, “Is Trump’s nominee for Labor, Andrew Puzder, yet another reason for American workers to worry? YES,” by Susan Berfield and Craig Giammona: The story “looks at Puzder’s business ideology of free markets, free trade, and zero-sum, trickle-down economics; his self-described ‘very American’ marketing vision of scantily clad models eating massive burgers; CKE’s labor violations and stalled business model; and Puzder’s opposition to a sizable increase to the minimum wage. … Puzder has teased competitors, casually denigrated the workforce he relies on, and rallied customers with an anti-PC snubbing of the ‘quinoa-eating elite.’ Now he’s steps away from controlling the department that’s responsible for enforcing 180 laws and thousands of regulations that affect 125 million people.” http://buswk.co/AndrewPuzderUSED NEWS -- “Alongside Trump, Intel Reannounces Arizona Factory It Promised To Create During Obama Years,” by BuzzFeed’s Hamza Shaban: Yesterday marked “the second time Intel has announced Fab 42 alongside a sitting U.S. President. In February of 2011, the company announced Fab 42 during a visit to an Intel facility by President Obama. At that time it said the facility would ‘create thousands of construction and permanent manufacturing jobs,’ with a scheduled completion date in 2013.” http://bzfd.it/2kpvYVg … 2-min. video of yesterday’s announcement http://bit.ly/2kpsIcQPAGING NEWT -- “Trump’s space war,” by Bryan Bender: “The Trump administration is considering a bold and controversial vision for the U.S. space program that calls for a ‘rapid and affordable’ return to the moon by 2020, the construction of privately operated space stations and the redirection of NASA’s mission to ‘the large-scale economic development of space,’ according to internal documents obtained by POLITICO. The proposed strategy, whose potential for igniting a new industry appeals to Trump’s business background and job-creation pledges, is influencing the White House’s search for leaders to run the space agency. And it is setting off a struggle for supremacy between traditional aerospace contractors and the tech billionaires who have put big money into private space ventures.” http://politi.co/2lr5SBtDEMS STILL DISSECTING LOSS -- “Obama’s party-building legacy splits Democrats,” by Gabriel Debenedetti: “A painful Democratic rift over Barack Obama’s political legacy is finally bursting into the open. For years, the former president’s popularity among Democrats stifled any public critiques of his stewardship of the party — a period in which the party suffered tremendous losses at the state and local levels. But now that Obama and the political operation that succeeded his campaign, Organizing For Action, have expressed interest in playing a role in the task of rebuilding, it’s sparking pitched debates over how much blame he deserves for the gradual hollowing out of a party that now has less control of state elected positions than at any other time in nearly a century.” http://politi.co/2kuYwPZTOP ED -- JESSE FERGUSON in HuffPost, “The Resistance Is Not Futile”: “There are 52 Republican members of the Senate and 240 Republican members of the House of Representatives. They see this resistance mounting, and they rightfully fear for their job security. Every time the phone rings from a constituent, they feel their odds of re-election waning.” http://huff.to/2kKO98WFIRST IN PLAYBOOK – VoteVets is endorsing South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg for DNC chairman. Buttigieg is a Navy veteran. Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley also endorsed Buttigieg earlier this week (http://politi.co/2lkgplR).2018 WATCH -- “Carly Fiorina confirms it: she is considering challenging Sen. Tim Kaine,” by WaPo’s Jenna Portnoy: “Carly Fiorina, the former GOP presidential candidate, is considering challenging Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) next year. Her comments on a Portsmouth-based radio show popular among party activists marks the first time that the Fairfax resident has spoken publicly about getting back into politics since the November election. ‘I’m certainly looking at that opportunity,’ she told host John Fredericks on Tuesday about a Senate bid. ‘It’s a little early to be making that decision.’” http://wapo.st/2k6Lc0wINTERESTING READ -- IN THE FT -- “CIA’s man in Syria: the rise and fall of a rebel commander: Once a ‘fixer’ for anti-Assad forces, covert operator comes to terms with failed US policy,” by Erika Solomon. http://on.ft.com/2kWqXH8 BUSINESS BURST -- “Companies Plow Ahead With Moves to Mexico, Despite Trump’s Pressure,” by WSJ’s Andrew Tangel in Indianapolis: “President Donald Trump boosted the hopes of employees at Rexnord Corp.’s factory here in December when he castigated the company for ‘viciously firing’ workers and planning to move their jobs to Mexico. Two months later, Rexnord is still planning to close the industrial-bearings factory, which employs about 350 people, despite Mr. Trump’s shaming and his earlier intervention to stop a nearby Carrier Corp. furnace factory from closing. … Milwaukee-based Rexnord is one of many companies plowing ahead with plans to invest in Mexico despite Mr. Trump’s vows to cajole companies into keeping their assembly lines in the U.S. Some, including heavy-equipment maker Caterpillar Inc. and steelmaker Nucor Corp., are overseen by officials who belong to a panel advising Mr. Trump on manufacturing policy. Executives at Peoria, Ill.-based Caterpillar are moving ahead with a restructuring that includes shifting jobs from a Joliet, Ill., factory to Monterrey, Mexico.” http://on.wsj.com/2lrbn38SALLY QUINN’S HAMPTONS HOUSE FOR SALE -- “Grey Gardens Goes on the Market for Nearly $20 Million,” by WSJ’s Candace Taylor: “Grey Gardens, the East Hampton home that inspired a documentary, an HBO movie and a Broadway musical, is going on the market for the first time in decades with an asking price of $19.995 million. The seller is journalist Sally Quinn, who said she purchased the roughly 6,000-square-foot shingle-style home for $220,000 in 1979. She and her late husband Ben Bradlee, the longtime executive editor of the Washington Post, restored the then-crumbling house for an estimated $600,000 and used it for years as a summer home, Ms. Quinn said. Mr. Bradlee died in 2014 at age 93, and when Ms. Quinn, 75, returned to the property, ‘it just wasn’t the same without him,’ she said. ‘It’s a magical place and we had a magical life there, but that part of my life is over now. I want to move on.’” With 21 pix http://on.wsj.com/2ltPZLh GET READY TO PARTY LIKE IT’S 1999 -- “Melania Trump picks her social secretary,” by Nolan D. McCaskill: “First lady Melania Trump’s has chosen Anna Christina Niceta Lloyd to be her social secretary, the White House announced Wednesday. In that role, Niceta Lloyd ‘will be responsible for the planning and execution of events that take place at the White House,’ the administration said in a statement. ‘She will oversee all social events and gatherings, from Official State Dinners, White House social calendar events, official policy-related events, to the First Lady’s initiatives.’ ‘Rickie,’ as Niceta Lloyd is known, ‘brings with her over twenty-two years of solid diplomatic, political and social entertaining experience,’ Trump said. ‘I am looking forward to sharing my ideas and traditions of entertaining and social hospitality to America's house, my new home as well. That, along with Rickie's vast experience, I am even more excited.’” http://politi.co/2kVQznkBEYOND THE BELTWAY -- “The Next American Farm Bust Is Upon Us,” by WSJ’s Jesse Newman and Patrick McGroarty in Ransom, Kansas: “The Farm Belt is hurtling toward a milestone: Soon there will be fewer than two million farms in America for the first time since pioneers moved westward after the Louisiana Purchase. Across the heartland, a multiyear slump in prices for corn, wheat and other farm commodities brought on by a glut of grain world-wide is pushing many farmers further into debt. Some are shutting down, raising concerns that the next few years could bring the biggest wave of farm closures since the 1980s. The U.S. share of the global grain market is less than half what it was in the 1970s. American farmers’ incomes will drop 9% in 2017 ... extending the steepest slide since the Great Depression into a fourth year.” http://on.wsj.com/2k5YJup MEDIAWATCH – “Wall Street Journal editor to face critics,” by Joe Pompeo: “Amid growing newsroom discontent over his perceived resistance to critical coverage of Donald Trump, Wall Street Journal editor in chief Gerry Baker will host a town hall meeting next week where he is expected to address the paper’s reporting on the new administration and answer questions from his staff. The meeting ... scheduled for Monday, February 13, is billed as a wide-ranging session on the state of the Journal, but Trump coverage is expected to be high on the list of discussion topics.” http://politi.co/2kRnI3P LATE-NIGHT BEST -- JAKE TAPPER interviewed by Stephen Colbert last night on “The Late Show” -- 8-min. video http://bit.ly/2k6ckSsFIRST IN PLAYBOOK – JEN PSAKI, former comms director for President Obama, has signed with Worldwide Speakers Group. She’s staying busy as a Georgetown IOP fellow and as a CNN contributor, which just started Tuesday … HEIDI PRZYBYLA, a USA Today senior politics reporter and a Bloomberg alum, has just signed with MSNBC as a political analyst … SU-LIN CHENG NICHOLS, who has been head of strategic communications for corporate responsibility at JPMorgan Chase, is leaving to launch a communications firm, Lafayette Strategies. Nichols is an alum of Brunswick Group and ABC News.TRANSITIONS -- Anastasia Dellaccio has started at WeWork as the director of public affairs for the eastern U.S. and Canada. She was the co-founder of Foreign Policy Professionals for Hillary Clinton after her work with Sister Cities International. ... Chrissy Harbin is taking over as vice president of external affairs at Americans for Prosperity. Harbin formerly served as their director of federal affairs. She previously was at ALEC and the White House National Economic Council under former President George W. Bush. ... The Raben Group hired Ryan Daniels as a director. He was previously associate director of communications for the Office of Public Engagement and Intergovernmental Affairs at the Obama White House. Damara Catlett was promoted to principal and Eduardo Soto has been promoted to director. http://politi.co/2lr1jHB PLAYBOOK INBOX -- “Former Trump Senior Economic Adviser Stephen Moore joins 32 Advisors as a Strategic Partner.” http://prn.to/2kpLvVl BIRTHWEEK (was Monday): WaPo’s Richard Cohen BIRTHDAY OF THE DAY: Audrey Scagnelli, GOP Convention national press secretary turned entrepreneur, celebrating by enjoying her hometown’s best rum cake with friends and family in Miami tonight -- read her Playbook Plus Q&A: http://politi.co/2k6jAgQ BIRTHDAYS: Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe is 6-0 ... CNN’s Manu Raju ... Roger Mudd is 89 ... former Sen. Jim Webb (D-Va.) is 71 ... Washington Gov. Jay Inslee is 65 ... Alex Priest, chief of staff for marketing at Uber, is 28 (hat tip: Chris Golden) ... L.A. Times alum Abbe Goldman ... Nancy Reynolds Bagley ... Larry Rasky, P.R. guru at the newly branded Rasky Partners (http://bit.ly/2kL3Gpo) and a Deadhead and Biden whisperer ... Politico’s Kristen Hayford is 28 ... Judy Kaplan -- mother of Jonathan, Justin and Jordan ... Rep. Todd Rokita (R-Ind.) is 47 ... former Rep. Renee Elmers (R-NC) is 53 ... former Rep. Gary Franks (R-Conn.) is 64 (h/t daughter Jessica of Halliburton) ... Anna Perina, managing to not get carded the night before her birthday (h/t CAP Action War Room) ... Carly Abenstein, account executive at Ruder Finn and Obama WH alum ... Boris Zilberman, deputy director of congressional relations at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, is 33 (h/t Jewish Insider) ... Public Opinion Strategies senior project director Sam Hofstetter (h/t Charlotte Brown) ... Rusty Greiff (h/t Jon Haber) ... Van Freeman ... Jay Michael Plant … Kelly Lungren, CoS for Rep. Morgan Griffith (R-WVa.) ...... Tom Szold, senior comms advisor for Trump in Iowa, business liaison at PIC, and Carly’s national political director – he’s celebrating with first boss Michael Reilly and his family on Thursday and then with family this weekend (h/t brother Charlie) … Aaron Kraut ... Teal Pennebaker ... Joe Pinsker, associate editor at The Atlantic … Anne Plummer Flaherty … Gail Huff is 54 … WUSA alum Jessica Doyle, now VP of comms at Etsy ... State Department’s Kendra Miller ... Lauren McGaughy, state politics reporter for the Dallas Morning News, a Times-Picayune alum and proud Georgetown grad (h/t Ben Chang) ... Mike Casca, comms director for Mayor De Blasio ... Victoria Suarez-Palomo, senior director of strategic initiatives at Renovate America ... Elizabeth Shelton ... Dom Bartkus, Democratic pollster and senior director at Penn Schoen Berland … Madison West, senior manager for corporate responsibility at Maximus ... Stuart Sweeney, associate at MTS Partners ... Adam Caskey ... Scott Heiser, DSCC alum ... Cameron Colby Thomson ... Debbie Hellman ... Richard Real … Sam McCabe, DNC director of data services … Elizabeth Shelton ... Kayce Ataiyero, director of external affairs at Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office ... Berkshires art gallery owner Geoff Young ... Jen Kern, biggest Green Bay Packer fan on the East Coast ... Neal Higgins ... Luther Smith (h/ts Teresa Vilmain) ... ... Nobel Prize-winning author J.M. Coetzee is 77 ... Carole King is 75 ... Joe Pesci is 74 ... Alice Walker is 73 ... Mia Farrow is 72 (h/ts AP)

08 февраля, 16:55

Акции United Continental по-прежнему недооценены

United Continental Holdings, Inc., (United) совместно со своими дочерними предприятиями обеспечивает авиаперевозки в Северной Америке, Азиатско-Тихоокеанском регионе, Европе, Ближнем Востоке, Африке и Латинской Америке. Компания осуществляет глобальные и региональные перевозки людей и грузов. По состоянию на 31 декабря 2015 года United владела 1236 самолетами. Компания также продает топливо, предлагает питание, наземное обслуживание, а также услуги по техническому обслуживанию самолётов для третьих лиц. Акции авиакомпаний, включая United, росли в конце 2016 года после того, как выяснилось, что в третьем квартале Berkshire Hathaway добавила в свой портфель акции одних из крупнейших авиакомпаний США. Это American Airlines Group Inc (NASDAQ: AAL), Delta Air Lines, Inc. (NYSE: DAL) и United Continental Holdings Inc (NYSE: UAL). Быстрый взгляд на историю котировок акций компании за последние двенадцать месяцев (ниже) показывает, что акции выросли более чем на 50% до 72,06 доллара, что всего на 5% ниже 52-недельного максимума на отметке в 76,80 доллара.Котировки UAL.NYSE в терминале EXANTEНе так давно United объявила результаты за 4-й квартал 2016 года и за весь 2016 год. Если пробежаться глазами по квартальным отчетам о доходах компании (в таблице ниже), то видно что за четвертый квартал 2016 года выручка увеличилась на 0,2% до 9,052 млрд. долларов с 9,036 млрд. долларов за аналогичный предыдущий период. Выручка за полный 2016 год снизилась на 3,5% до 36,6 млрд. долларов с 37,9 млрд. долларов за весь 2015 год. Квартальная прибыль (в миллионах долларов). Источник: отчет компании Что наиболее заметно в докладе о квартальных доходах — это то, что чистая прибыль компании снизилась на 52% в 4-м квартале 2016 года по сравнению с годом ранее, что, на первый взгляд, кажется весьма тревожным. Причину можно рассмотреть выше, в графе Tax Provision (налоговые обязательства).Как видно, в 4-м квартале 2016 года показатель составил 487 млн. долларов по сравнению с всего лишь 82 миллионами годом ранее. Разница составляет 405 млн. долларов. В то время как эффективная налоговая ставка компании за 4 квартал 2016 года составила 55%, на налоговое положение также повлиял специальный налоговый счет в размере 180 млн. долларов. Компания зафиксировала около 180 млн. долларов корректировки отложенных расходов по налогу на прибыль в AOCI (Airport Operators Council International — Международный совет операторов аэропортов), что связано с потерями на топливных деривативах. Чтобы оставаться членами AOCI, правила бухгалтерского учета требуют корректировки наличия деривативов на топливо, предназначенных для учета хеджирования изменения цен. В 2016 году United урегулировала все свои контракты на топливо и не заключала никаких новых контрактов на топливные деривативы для хеджирования изменения цен.Кроме того, на годовую прибыль также повлиял ряд особых факторов, которые являются однократными и которые, по мнению руководства, не свидетельствует о текущей эффективности United. К ним относятся:— затраты на трудовые ресурсы,— затраты на добычу полезных ископаемых,— обесценивание активов,— реструктуризация договора аренды аэропорта Кливленда.В результате всего вышесказанного компания сообщила о том, что чистый годовой доход составил 2,3 млрд. долларов, при прибыли на акцию в размере 6,85 доллара. Прибыль до вычета налогов составила 3,8 млрд. долларов, а до вычета налоговой маржи — 10,4%. За исключением специальных пунктов, чистый доход United за полный год составил 2,9 млрд. долларов, прибыль на одну акцию 8,65 доллара, прибыль до вычета налогов в размере 4,5 млрд. долларов и маржа до вычета налогов 12,2%.Что касается 4-го квартала 2016 года, то компания United зафиксировала чистую прибыль в размере 397 млн. долларов, прибыль на одну акцию 1,26 доллара, прибыль до налогообложения в размере 884 млн. долларов и до вычета налогов маржи на 9,8%. За исключением отдельных пунктов, чистая прибыль United за четвертый квартал составила 562 млн. долларов, прибыль на акцию – 1,78 доллара, прибыль до вычета налогов – в размере 857 млн. долларов и маржа до вычета налогов – 9,5%.Стратегические инициативыВ ноябре 2016 года компания объявила перечень новых инициатив. United заявила, что к 2020 году эти инициативы помогут разблокировать 4,8 млрд. долларов (в стоимостном выражении). Инициативы включают в себя:— экономию на базовых тарифах,— оптимизацию своей сети,— обновление самолетов,— мобильную стратегию,— ратифицирование договоров.United продолжает свою строгую программу управления издержками и ожидает, что в 2017 году удельные затраты вырастут с 3,5% до 4,5% без учета топлива. Кроме того, компания ожидает, что в 2018-2020 годах затраты на единицу продукции за исключением топлива вырастут менее чем на 1% в год частично из-за запланированного снижения расходов на 700 млн. долларов к 2020 году по сравнению с уровнями 2015 г.Вновь обратимся к даннымВ то время как годовой отчет в форме 10-K еще не опубликован, операционный денежный поток компании United составил 5,5 миллиарда долларов, а скорректированные капитальные вложения — 3,3 млрд. долларов.Источник: отчет компанииТекущая оценка UnitedПока нет годового отчета по форме 10-K, мы будем использовать последний доступный отчёт по форме 10-Q от 30 сентября 2016 г. Он свидетельствует о том, что компания имела денежные средства и их эквиваленты в размере 4,9 млрд. долларов и долговые и арендные обязательства в размере 11,5 млрд. долларов, и чистый долг (за вычетом денежных средств и эквивалентов денежных средств) на общую сумму 6,6 млрд. долларов.Мы добавим чистый долг к текущей рыночной капитализации и получим стоимость предприятия (Enterprise Value — EV) в размере 29,8 млрд. долларов. Мы отдаем предпочтение EV по рыночной капитализации, так как она включает в себя дополнительные обязательства, такие как кредиты, привилегированные акции и неконтролируемые доли владения. Если бы вы захотели купить всю компанию, то EV рассчитывается так:Рыночная капитализация + привилегированные акции + доля неконтролируемых акционеров + общий долг — денежные средства и их эквиваленты.Если мы считаем, что компания имела операционную прибыль * в 4,98 млрд. долларов (ТТМ), это означает, что в настоящее время United имеет соотношение Enterprise Value/Operating Earnings (Стоимость Предприятия/Операционная Прибыль) в размере 5.99.РезюмеДоходы компании за полный год незначительно снизились по сравнению с 2015 г., но, несмотря на это, United является растущей компанией, и рост её основан на стратегических инициативах, объявленных еще в ноябре.Источник: ValueWalk. Статью для EXANTE перевел Михаил Мирошниченко 

07 февраля, 17:27

JetBlue Airways (JBLU) Gains on Bullish Capacity Guidance

JetBlue's (JBLU) decision to trim capacity growth is prudent.

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02 февраля, 17:14

Delta Air Lines' stock falls 1.7% premarket after January performance data

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01 февраля, 22:38

Airline Stock Roundup: Q4 Earnings at American Airlines, JetBlue; Trump's Travel Ban Policy & More

The fourth-quarter 2016 earnings season is in full swing and several companies from the airline sector have already announced their quarterly results.

01 февраля, 17:19

If You Don't Have TSA PreCheck, You Might Wanna Get It NOW

If you’ve been thinking about getting TSA PreCheck, there’s two fresh new reasons to do it.  Last week, the Transportation Security Administration expanded its expedited security service to 11 additional airlines at more than 180 U.S. airports. In a separate bit of news, the TSA also said it will cut back on the number of non-PreCheck travelers allowed into PreCheck lanes. Both changes are excellent reason to invest in the service now.  TSA PreCheck is an expedited screening program that allows pre-approved travelers to keep their shoes, jackets and belts on during security screening, while keeping liquids and laptops inside their bags. Travelers must complete an application, interview and pay a fee of $85 for five years or $17 per year to get the service. The new airlines that just joined the program are Aruba Airlines, Avianca, Boutique Airlines, Emirates, Key Lime Air, Miami Air International, Southern Airways Express, Spirit Airlines, Sunwing, Virgin Atlantic and Xtra Airways. Those that were already participating include Aeromexico, Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, Allegiant, American Airlines, Cape Air, Delta Air Lines, Etihad Airways, Frontier Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Lufthansa, OneJet, Seaborne Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Sun Country Airlines, United Airlines, Virgin America and WestJet. Until now, the TSA has often ushered some non-PreCheck travelers into PreCheck lanes on a flight-by-flight basis, spokesman Mike England told HuffPost. But that’s about to change. Starting in early February, “TSA will significantly reduce access to TSA PreCheck expedited screening for non-enrolled travelers,” England said in an email. “This is part of the natural progression of the TSA PreCheck program. In the future, we intend to only have enrolled or pre-vetted passengers, or those screened by K9s, in the expedited screening lanes.” So if you like short lines, the time is ripe to apply for PreCheck. Happy travels! -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

01 февраля, 14:52

После победы Трампа Баффет купил акции на $12 млрд

Несмотря на то, что миллиардер Уоррен Баффет скептически относится к заявлениям Дональда Трампа, он увидел новые возможности на рынке после его победы на выборах.

01 февраля, 10:44

Уоррен Баффет после победы Трампа купил акций на 12 млрд.

Баффет скупает акции на рынке с необычайной скоростью.