LTM - LATAM Airlines Group S.A.

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3.2100
0.0000 (0.00%)
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Open3.1100
Bid0.0000 x 4000
Ask0.0000 x 2900
Day's range2.6700 - 3.5000
52-week range0.6000 - 12.1600
Volume0
Avg. volume8,777,686
Market cap1.832B
Beta (5Y monthly)N/A
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
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  • LATAM Airlines adds $1.3 billion to bankruptcy financing proposal, Brazil unit seeks protection
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    LATAM Airlines adds $1.3 billion to bankruptcy financing proposal, Brazil unit seeks protection

    LATAM Airlines, the largest airline group in Latin America, said Thursday it had secured an additional $1.3 billion for its financing proposal before a New York bankruptcy court, while adding its unit in Brazil to the debt restructuring process. LATAM <LTM.SN> filed for U.S. bankruptcy protection in May, aiming to reorder $18 billion in debt. On Thursday, it said it had secured an additional $1.3 billion in funding from Oaktree Capital Management L.P. and its affiliates, enough to meet the company´s financing requirements amid the crisis.

  • Delta's global growth drive stalled by Latin American bankruptcies
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    Delta's global growth drive stalled by Latin American bankruptcies

    Aeromexico this week became the third Delta partner to file for bankruptcy due to the coronavirus pandemic, following LATAM Airlines Group and Virgin Australia. In Latin America, Delta spent nearly $3 billion to build up stakes in Aeromexico and LATAM over the past three years.

  • Latin America's airline apocalypse signals a future with weak competition
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    Latin America's airline apocalypse signals a future with weak competition

    Bankrupt LATAM Airlines and Avianca Holdings are dramatically retrenching their once grand ambitions amid the COVID-19 pandemic, reducing competition in Latin America as they mull once-unthinkable cooperation with rivals. Since May, LATAM has exited Argentina, partnered with rival Azul SA in Brazil and cut back domestic operations in Chile, while Avianca has departed Peru. LATAM is now open to a deeper alliance with Azul, even as the two airlines usually control a combined 60% of Brazil's domestic market.

  • Reuters

    LATAM Airlines says operations to plunge 50% by year´s end

    LATAM Airlines Chief Executive Roberto Alvo said on Thursday he expects the region´s largest carrier to be operating at half of pre-pandemic levels by the end of 2020, and that a full recovery was unlikely for at least 3-4 years. LATAM filed for U.S. bankruptcy protection last month, aiming to restructure $18 billion in debt.

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    Backed by improving air-travel demand trends and cost-saving initiatives, both American Airlines (AAL) and Delta Air Lines (DAL) expect to exit this year with zero cash-burn rate.

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  • LATAM Airlines bondholders in talks to supply up to $1.5 billion loan, sources say
    Reuters

    LATAM Airlines bondholders in talks to supply up to $1.5 billion loan, sources say

    A group of bondholders of LATAM Airlines Group SA <LTM.SN> is in talks to supply up to $1.5 billion in a debtor-in-possession loan within the Chapter 11 proceeding in the United States, two people with knowledge of the matter said on Thursday. Bondholders including Blackrock Inc <BLK.N>, Australia's Macquarie Group <MQG.AX>, HSBC <HSBA.L> and Chile's Moneda Asset Management, are informally discussing the issue with investment bank Moelis & Co <MC.N>. LATAM, the bondholders and Moelis did not immediately comment on the matter.

  • LATAM Airlines (LTM) May Traffic Hurt by Coronavirus Woes
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    LATAM Airlines (LTM) May Traffic Hurt by Coronavirus Woes

    LATAM Airlines (LTM) load factor tanks 3980 basis points in May due to dwindling air travel demand induced by the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Why Gol Linhas Aereas and Azul Stocks Dropped Today, but Bankrupt LATAM Airlines Popped
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    Why Gol Linhas Aereas and Azul Stocks Dropped Today, but Bankrupt LATAM Airlines Popped

    A new estimate of the scale of financial losses facing the global airline industry reveals the heavy toll on South American airline stocks, with shares of Brazil's Azul (NYSE: AZUL) airline falling as much as 11.1% today and Sao Paulo's Gol Linhas Aereas Inteligentes (NYSE: GOL) tumbling 13.1%. Both airlines were back up off their lows as of 12:40 p.m. EDT, with Azul down only 5.5% and Gol off 3.6%. Meanwhile, their Chilean rival, LATAM Airlines (NYSE: LTM), was actually up 4.1% after swinging wildly between an 8.3% loss and a 20% profit earlier in the day.

  • Why Shares of Latam and Other Latin American Airlines Are Soaring Today
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    Why Shares of Latam and Other Latin American Airlines Are Soaring Today

    Airline shares are taking flight throughout the Americas on improving optimism that the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic travel slump is now behind us. The U.S. airlines are all up between 5% and 15% apiece on Monday, but those gains pale in comparison to how New York-traded Latin American airlines are trading. Shares of two of Brazil's largest airlines, Azul (NYSE: AZUL) and Gol Linhas Aereas Inteligentes (NYSE: GOL), traded up 20% apiece on Monday, as did shares of bankrupt Latam Airlines Group (NYSE: LTM) of Chile.

  • Is the Options Market Predicting a Spike in LATAM Airlines (LTM) Stock?
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    Is the Options Market Predicting a Spike in LATAM Airlines (LTM) Stock?

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  • Why Shares of LATAM Airlines Are Up Today
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    Why Shares of LATAM Airlines Are Up Today

    Shares of LATAM Airlines Group (NYSE: LTM) soared 22% on Friday morning, before falling back somewhat, on encouraging news about a potential post-COVID-19 travel recovery. LATAM in particular has been hard hit, with the airline filing for bankruptcy protection late last month. If so, that certainly would be good news for the sector in general and for LATAM, too.

  • Airline Stock Roundup: LTM Posts Q1 Loss on Coronavirus Woes, UAL, AAL in Focus
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    Airline Stock Roundup: LTM Posts Q1 Loss on Coronavirus Woes, UAL, AAL in Focus

    With demand for air travel dropping sharply, carriers like American Airlines (AAL) and United Airlines (UAL) are looking to slash their personnel in a cost-cutting bid.

  • LATAM Airlines (LTM) Q1 Loss Wider Than Expected Amid Coronavirus
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    LATAM Airlines (LTM) Q1 Loss Wider Than Expected Amid Coronavirus

    LATAM Airlines' (LTM) Q1 results reflect a goodwill impairment loss of $1.73 billion due to the effects of the coronavirus crisis.

  • Why Shares of Latam and Other South American Airlines Are Soaring Today
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    Why Shares of Latam and Other South American Airlines Are Soaring Today

    Latin America is slowly reopening for business after lockdowns due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with popular tourist destination Rio de Janeiro in Brazil allowing nonessential businesses including restaurants and shops to return to normal operations. As markets reopen, South American airline stocks that had lost more than half of their value due to the pandemic are feeling rejuvenated as well. Brazilian airlines Azul (NYSE: AZUL) and Gol Linhas Aereas Inteligentes (NYSE: GOL) each traded up more than 16% on Wednesday morning, and Chile's Latam Airlines Group (NYSE: LTM) soared 28% higher.

  • Why the Stock of Bankrupt LATAM Airlines Jumped 55% Today
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    Why the Stock of Bankrupt LATAM Airlines Jumped 55% Today

    Shares of LATAM Airlines Group (NYSE: LTM), gutted by a bankruptcy filing last week, surged in Tuesday trading and were up a staggering 55% as of 2:42 p.m. EDT today. In LATAM's home country of Chile, The Santiago Times is reporting that COVID-19 infections are soaring, with 105,000 persons infected and more than 1,100 deaths. Brazil, meanwhile, has the highest incidence of coronavirus infections of any other country, barring only the U.S.

  • LATAM Airlines (LTM) in Focus: Stock Moves 7.1% Higher
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    LATAM Airlines (LTM) in Focus: Stock Moves 7.1% Higher

    LATAM Airlines (LTM) saw a big move last session, as its shares jumped more than 7% on the day, amid huge volumes.

  • Why Gol Linhas Aereas Inteligentes Stock Rose 10% This Morning
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    Why Gol Linhas Aereas Inteligentes Stock Rose 10% This Morning

    Shares of Brazilian airline Gol Linhas Aereas Inteligentes (NYSE: GOL) popped more than 10% in early trading Monday morning, and remain up a healthy 8.6% as of 11:35 a.m. EDT. With nearly 515,000 reported coronavirus infections and more than 29,000 related deaths, Brazil remains a hot spot for COVID-19.

  • LATAM airlines reports $2.12 billion first-quarter loss due to pandemic
    Reuters

    LATAM airlines reports $2.12 billion first-quarter loss due to pandemic

    LATAM Airlines, the largest Latin American air transport group, had losses of $2.12 billion in the first quarter after an accounting adjustment of its assets amid the coronavirus pandemic, the company said in a statement late on Friday. LATAM said its operational quarterly result was 17% higher year-on-year despite the fact that in March it reduced its offer of flights due to the first effects of the health crisis.

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  • LATAM's bankruptcy filing to delay its Brazil bailout to at least July: sources
    Reuters

    LATAM's bankruptcy filing to delay its Brazil bailout to at least July: sources

    LATAM Airlines Group's <LTM.SN> U.S. bankruptcy filing this week will delay its potential bailout in Brazil to at least July and also push back aid to its rivals at least through the end of June, two sources said on Thursday. The delays will add further strain to Brazil's airlines, which were already in weak shape before the pandemic. Rivals Azul SA <AZUL.N> and Gol Linhas Aereas Inteligentes SA <GOLL4.SA> are also negotiating bailouts.

  • Why Latam Airlines Shares Gained 11%, Then Lost 14%, on Thursday
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    Why Latam Airlines Shares Gained 11%, Then Lost 14%, on Thursday

    Latam Airlines Group (NYSE: LTM) stockholders endured a volatile ride on Thursday, with shares of the Latin American airline rallying 10% and falling 14.5% in a single trading session. The airline has more than $10 billion in debt and little revenue coming in because of the pandemic, which has taken a particularly hard toll on South American airlines due to their reliance on cross-border traffic.

  • Latin America grabs world spotlight for airline bankruptcies
    Reuters

    Latin America grabs world spotlight for airline bankruptcies

    LATAM Airlines and Avianca Holdings survived the Great Depression, but just a few weeks of quarantines forced both companies into bankruptcy, marking Latin America as the world's top spot for airline financial ruin. Hopes for a taxpayer rescue in the region are fading fast and the bankruptcies show that even Latin America's two largest carriers are not immune to collapse, even as many airlines in the United States and Europe have received government aid.

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