American Airlines Group Inc (AAL)

49.57
1.50 3.20
NASDAQ : Services
Prev Close 48.05
Open 49.27
Day Low/High 48.74 / 50.64
52 Wk Low/High 24.85 / 47.09
Volume 7.10M
Avg Volume 7.65M
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 518.13M
Market Cap 25.21B
EPS 11.40
P/E Ratio 6.80
Div & Yield 0.40 (0.80%)

Latest News

American, United and Delta Beat Revenue Guidance - So Buffett Was Right

American, United and Delta Beat Revenue Guidance - So Buffett Was Right

American, Delta and United boost unit revenue guidance as yields improve.

U.S. Airlines Are World's Most Profitable as Holiday Traffic to Climb, Reports Say

U.S. Airlines Are World's Most Profitable as Holiday Traffic to Climb, Reports Say

Traffic on U.S. airlines will climb 3.5% to 45 million passengers during the 21 days that start Dec. 16. U.S. airlines are the world's most profitable, a survey says.

European Stocks Hold Gains as Global Equity Rally Marches On

European Stocks Hold Gains as Global Equity Rally Marches On

Europoean stocks are set to gain again Thursday ahead of a key ECB policy meeting later in Frankfurt.

Dow Jones Transportation Average Closes at Record High Wednesday

Dow Jones Transportation Average Closes at Record High Wednesday

The rally sparked by Donald Trump's election to the presidency hasn't slowed down.

Dow Scores Another Record for Third Consecutive Day; S&P 500 Also Hits New High

Dow Scores Another Record for Third Consecutive Day; S&P 500 Also Hits New High

The Dow Jones Industrial Average's winning streak continued after closing higher for the 18th time in 22 sessions. The S&P 500 also hit a new record high.

Dow, S&P 500 Trade at Session Highs in Broad Wall Street Rally

Dow, S&P 500 Trade at Session Highs in Broad Wall Street Rally

The S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average trade at session highs early Wednesday afternoon as a broad rally overshadows a slump in health care stocks.

Both Sides Claim Victory After DOJ Approves Alaska/Virgin America Deal

Both Sides Claim Victory After DOJ Approves Alaska/Virgin America Deal

By reducing the scope of American's codeshare with Alaska, the DOJ is attempting to preserve Virgin America's competitive approach after Alaska and Virgin merge.

American Airlines, Health Equity Likely to Keep Rallying Through 2017

American Airlines, Health Equity Likely to Keep Rallying Through 2017

Shares of American Airlines have nearly doubled since June, and a slight tick up oil prices won't keep them from moving higher in 2017.

American Airlines CEO Parker Turning Dysfunctional to Functional

American Airlines CEO Parker Turning Dysfunctional to Functional

American Airlines CEO Doug Parker said that the industry had not deserved shareholders like Warren Buffet in the past.

Should Airlines Control Their Fare Information? Regulators Take a Look

Should Airlines Control Their Fare Information? Regulators Take a Look

The transportation department is considering whether to require airlines to provide their fares to all the websites that want them.

DOJ Clears Alaska Air's Purchase of Virgin America

DOJ Clears Alaska Air's Purchase of Virgin America

Alaska will be required to reduce the scope of its codeshare agreement with American Airlines,

Obama Failed to Block Middle East Airlines' Rapid U.S. Growth - Now It's Trump's Turn to Try

Obama Failed to Block Middle East Airlines' Rapid U.S. Growth - Now It's Trump's Turn to Try

Emirates, Etihad and Qatar have increased their U.S. flying by 47% since January 2015, despite a campaign by American, Delta and United to slow the growth.

How United Leads the Airline Industry in Reducing Carbon Emissions

How United Leads the Airline Industry in Reducing Carbon Emissions

United Airlines leads the global airline industry in its commitment to biofuel, targeting the use of 900 million gallons over the next 10 years.

Norwegian, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines Plan to Set Sail for Cuba

Norwegian, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines Plan to Set Sail for Cuba

Norwegian Cruise Lines (NCLH) and Royal Caribbean Cruise Line are among several companies gearing up to announce deals with Cuba as the Obama administration pushes for better relations.

During Tough Time for Cuba, American Airlines Adds Service to Havana

During Tough Time for Cuba, American Airlines Adds Service to Havana

American Airlines began Charlotte-Havana service on Wednesday, despite Fidel Castro's death, an apparent excess of planned U.S.-Cuba service, and Donald Trump's threat to roll back U.S.-Cuba relations.

Bet on Planes, Trains and Automobiles

Bet on Planes, Trains and Automobiles

These value stocks are quite attractive and sit at bargain basement prices.

American Airlines CEO to Pilots -- We Won't Change Contract Before 2020

American Airlines CEO to Pilots -- We Won't Change Contract Before 2020

American Airlines CEO Doug Parker says the contract pilots signed in 2015 will remain in effect, even though pilots at Delta, Southwest and United have gotten better contracts since then.

American Airlines Flight Attendant Union Election Is Challenged by Feds

American Airlines Flight Attendant Union Election Is Challenged by Feds

The Department of Labor challenges the results of a January election for flight attendants at American Airlines, saying voter secrecy wasn't maintained.

IIROC Trading Resumption - AAL

IIROC Trading Resumption - AAL

Thanksgiving Air Travel Looks Good - Except for Guns, Crowds, a Strike and Parking Issues

Thanksgiving Air Travel Looks Good - Except for Guns, Crowds, a Strike and Parking Issues

At Thanksgiving, the airline industry has a lot to be thankful for. But crowds, efforts to carry guns aboard, a Lufthansa strike and parking hassles could stress passengers.

IIROC Trading Halt - AAL

IIROC Trading Halt - AAL

United's President Says the Airline Must Fix Domestic Operations, Starting at Newark Airport

United's President Says the Airline Must Fix Domestic Operations, Starting at Newark Airport

United President Scott Kirby has figured out why United trails rivals -- it lacks sufficient domestic presence -- and he plans to fix it.

How Warren Buffett Vindicated American Airlines CEO Doug Parker

How Warren Buffett Vindicated American Airlines CEO Doug Parker

American Airlines CEO Doug Parker has decried the 'disconnect' between airline performance and airline stock prices. Now Warren Buffett shares his view.