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Digital efforts and strength in international markets are expected to get reflected in Scholastic's (SCHL) Q2 results. However, any fluctuation in foreign currency might have been a drag.
Delta (DAL) expects to witness substantial top-line growth in 2020, courtesy of strong travel demand. Simultaneously, the carrier partners with Wheels Up to create a large fleet of private jets.
General Mills' (GIS) second-quarter fiscal 2020 results are expected to reflect gains from global growth strategies and cost-saving efforts.
Here in Washington the House of Representatives is likely to vote to impeach President Donald Trump in the next few days. One data point amid a blizzard of psephological analysis: the UK has elected a record number of female MPs. The FT’s George Parker and Sebastian Payne write that the UK prime minister now faces a difficult race to agree a new trade deal with Brussels by the December 2020 deadline.
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European carriers are expected to benefit next year from factors like moderate capacity expansion and an uptick in economic growth in the region.
Delta Air Lines expects to fly through the “headwinds” of US election uncertainty and the return of Boeing’s 737 Max planes to competitors’ schedules to produce revenue growth of 4 to 6 per cent in 2020, the US carrier will tell investors on Thursday. Ed Bastian, chief executive, told the Financial Times that 2019 would be “the best year in Delta’s history by almost all measures”, and predicted that momentum would continue, allowing it to report diluted earnings per share of $6.75-$7.75 next year. Delta has claimed to have seen little advantage from not having the Max in its fleet at a time when rivals including Southwest and American have had to ground many of their planes for months after two fatal crashes.
Here at the FT, we have taken a strong interest in the economic aspects of “European sovereignty”, a brand of political and policy thinking we have a little cheekily dubbed “Europe First”. is on industrial policy and, in particular, the promotion of battery manufacturing on European soil. As the story shows, an active industrial policy, with the public sector consciously jump-starting and co-ordinating the development of an entire sector, has moved from minority concern to more or less the consensus view in just a few years — and, it seems, with success so far.
Saudi Aramco’s shares rose 10 per cent during its second day of trading on Thursday, pushing the state oil group’s valuation above $2tn. Shares climbed by the maximum daily limit to SR38.7 before profit-taking pushed the price down, according to the website of Riyadh’s Tadawul stock exchange. for the company has long been sought by Saudi Arabia’s ambitious Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, and Riyadh has worked to backstop the flotation to ensure its success.
Forget RASM, CASM, TRASM and the dizzying alphabet soup of metrics used to gauge airline stocks. When it comes to Delta Air Lines, investors should instead focus on a lucrative but often overlooked aspect of the $36bn airline’s business — its frequent flyer miles partnership with American Express. Delta has emerged as a top performing airline stock this year.
General Mills (GIS) possesses the right combination of the two key ingredients for a likely earnings beat in its upcoming report. Get prepared with the key expectations.