After clocking slow growth in 2016, analysts are estimating JetBlue Airways’ (JBLU) revenue to double in 2017.
For 3Q17, JetBlue is expecting unit costs (also known as cost per available seat mile or CASM-ex) to rise in the range of 1.5% to 3.5%.
For August 2017, JetBlue Airways’ (JBLU) traffic has risen 5.0% year-over-year (or YoY), lower than its capacity growth of 5.4% YoY.
JetBlue Airways’ capacity rose 5.4% year-over-year (or YoY) in August 2017.
Core Laboratories recorded a 7.0% rise in revenue for the first half of 2017. The growth was driven by production enhancement, offset by reservoir description.
Sempra Energy’s revenue for the first half of 2017 rose 7.0%, driven by every segment.
Nike’s (NKE) operating income rose 5.0% in 2017 compared to 8.0% in 2016 due to higher expenses and lower gross margins.
Prologis has noted a 15.0% rise in revenue in the first half of 2017, driven by every segment. Operating income rose 61.0% despite higher expenses.
Agilent Technologies’ net revenue rose 6.0% in the first nine months of 2017, driven by every segment. Income from operations rose 41.0% as total costs didn’t increase much.
Kellogg has noted a 3.0% fall in sales for the first half of 2017. The fall is due to a decline in every segment, offset by U.S. Specialty, Latin America, and Asia Pacific.
BlackRock posted a 7.0% revenue growth in the first half of 2017, driven by every segment except multi-asset and alternatives, which reported flat growth.
Ecolab’s net sales for the first half of 2017 rose 3.0%, driven by every segment. Operating income had a 4.0% growth despite higher operating expenses.
3M has recorded a 3.0% revenue growth in the first half of 2017, driven by growth in every segment and flat growth in the consumer segment.
Microsoft’s (MSFT) 5.0% revenue growth in 2017 has been mainly driven by productivity and business processes and intelligent cloud, offset by more personal computing and other segments.
In this series, we’ll be looking at the dividend yield of some of the ESG-compliant stocks that have been chosen based on their holdings in the iShares MSCI USA ESG Select ETF (SUSA).
On September 14, 2017, the average bunker fuel price was $377 per ton—compared to $371 on September 7, 2017.
According to Weber’s report for week 37, the strong rise in VLCC demand evaporated. The September program seems to have come to an abrupt end.
In week 37, most of the crude tanker stocks traded in green. Only, Tsakos Energy Navigation and Euronav traded in red.
The airline industry has maintained its stellar performance in the last five years.
So far in 2017, Deere’s (DE) stock price has made decent gains. As of September 18, 2017, Deere has returned 16.30% and outperformed SPY.