Investors like Warren Buffett went as far to call airlines ‘death traps’. Passengers usually care about price more than anything else. Investments into planes and other equipment are massive. Essentially, airlines are in a race to the bottom price. And it doesn’t help that running costs, like labour and equipment, keep rising.
Shares in Qantas Airways Ltd [ASX:QAN] shed 36 cents today, resulting in a 6% drop. What happened?
Shares of Qantas [ASX:QAN] gained 2.93% today. Shares went from trading at $5.80 yesterday up to $5.96 at time of writing. Why? Find out
Qantas [ASX:QAN] share price may have risen too fast, too soon. Investors need to heed the lessons of Icarus, and make sure they don’t come tumbling down.
Shares in Australia’s largest airline operator, Qantas Airways Ltd [ASX:QAN], have risen by 98% from the June low last year.
Qantas Airways Limited [ASX:QAN] very much moved in line with the ASX200 today. By early afternoon, the stock was trading at $3.36 a share...
Qantas Airways Limited [ASX:QAN] is an Australian based domestic and international airline. The Qantas share price closed 3.31% higher on Wednesday.
Qantas Airways Limited [ASX:QAN] is an Australian based domestic and international airline with two brands, Qantas and Jetstar. The share price closed 4.20% higher on Wednesday.
After reaching an intraday high of $1.83 before lunch, Qantas shares traded lower for the afternoon. It’s not surprising to see the stock sell off...
Don’t rush into buying Qantas Shares. It has disappointed the market for the past five years. Remember, just because a stock is cheap doesn’t make it buy!