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China Southern Airlines Co Ltd (ZNH.N)

ZNH.N on New York Stock Exchange

30.95USD
25 Jul 2016
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About

China Southern Airlines Company Limited is engaged in airline operations. The Company also operates certain airline related businesses, including provision of aircraft maintenance and air catering services. The Company operates through the airline transportation operations segment. The Company's other segments consist primarily... (more)
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Overall

Beta: 1.29
Market Cap(Mil.): $10,060.41
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 196.35
Dividend: 0.61
Yield (%): 1.97

Financials

  ZNH.N Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 10.89 13.13 26.40
EPS (TTM): 2.85 -- --
ROI: 4.07 5.42 6.51
ROE: 9.99 8.92 9.93

BRIEF-Atlas Air Worldwide completes Southern Air acquisition

* "Immediately accretive southern air acquisition completed" Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

05 May 2016

China Southern says unit Xiamen agrees to buy 10 Boeing jets for $847 mln

BEIJING, April 26 China Southern Airlines said on Tuesday its subsidiary Xiamen Airlines has signed a 5.5 billion yuan ($847.08 million) order with Boeing Co for buying 10 B737 jets.

26 Apr 2016

BRIEF-China Southern Airlines's unit Xiamen Airlines buys Boeing aircrafts

* Says unit Xiamen Airlines buys 10 B737-800 aircrafts from Boeing for about $851 million

26 Apr 2016

Former China Southern execs plead guilty to accepting bribes - Xinhua

SHANGHAI, April 7 Two former China South Airlines executives, including the firm's ex-chief financial officer, have pleaded guilty to accepting bribes, the official news Xinhua agency said late on Wednesday.

07 Apr 2016

China Southern Airlines sees 2015 profit more than doubling

SINGAPORE, Jan 26 China Southern , the country's largest airline by fleet size, expects its net profit to have more than doubled in 2015 due to increased overseas travel by the Chinese, weak oil prices and lower forex losses as the yuan depreciated.

26 Jan 2016

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