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China Eastern Airlines Corporation Limited (CHEAF)

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0.3069+0.0390 (+14.56%)
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Previous close0.2679
Bid0.2366 x 0
Ask0.3069 x 0
Day's range0.3069 - 0.3069
52-week range0.2200 - 0.6000
Avg. volume906
Market cap12.382B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.51
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.0300
Earnings date28 Aug 2024 - 02 Sept 2024
Forward dividend & yield0.00 (1.48%)
Ex-dividend date04 Dec 2023
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters SG

    Brunei's GallopAir, buyer of COMAC planes, eyes year-end launch

    Brunei-based airline startup GallopAir hopes to start operations by the end of 2024 should Brunei's aviation regulator approve the regional jet made by Chinese state-owned planemaker COMAC it wants to fly in time, the carrier's chief executive said. In an interview on the sidelines of the Singapore Airshow, GallopAir CEO Cham Chi said COMAC was exploring setting up maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) facilities in Brunei as it seeks more international customers for home-grown planes competing with the dominant Western manufacturers Airbus and Boeing. COMAC declined to be interviewed by Reuters.

  • Reuters SG

    UPDATE 2-Tibet Airlines finalises orders for 40 C919, 10 ARJ21 jets from China's COMAC

    China's Tibet Airlines on Tuesday finalised an order for 40 C919 and 10 ARJ21 jets from COMAC designed to be suitable for high-altitude plateaus, becoming the launch customer for a new variant the Chinese state-owned planemaker is developing. The two companies signed the deal on the sidelines of the biennial commercial and defence-focused Singapore Airshow. The announcement came after Tibet Airlines and COMAC in December announced that they would jointly research a shortened variant of the C919 that will seat 140-160 passengers and can take off and land at high-altitude airports.

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    China's top airlines report quarterly profit after years of losses

    BEIJING (Reuters) -China Southern Airlines and China Eastern Airlines each reported first quarterly profits in more than three years on Friday, as a pickup in international flights complemented a recovery in the domestic market. The results, coupled with similarly encouraging figures from Air China, are helping to fan industry hopes for China's big three state carriers to finally step out of the difficulties brought by the COVID-19 pandemic. China Southern, based in the southern city of Guangzhou, reported third-quarter profit of 4.2 billion yuan ($573.89 million), compared with a loss of 1.0 billion yuan in the prior quarter, and a loss of 6.1 billion in the year-earlier quarter.