On October 11, T-Mobile’s forward EV-to-EBITDA multiple was 6.94x, compared with AT&T’s, Sprint’s, and Verizon’s multiples of 6.62x, 5.22x, and 6.84x, respectively.
Wall Street analysts foresee 625,000 postpaid phone net customer additions for T-Mobile in 3Q17, excluding customers in its DIGITS plan.
T-Mobile (TMUS) adjusted EBITDA in 3Q17 is expected to grow ~2.3% YoY (year-over-year) to ~$2.75 billion in 3Q17.
Delta Air Lines (DAL) has a forward EV-to-EBITDA multiple of 5.6x. That’s higher than its average valuation of 5.4x from January 2009 to date.
Wall Street analysts expect T-Mobile’s (TMUS) total revenue to grow ~7.7% YoY (year-over-year) to ~$10.02 billion in 3Q17.
Delta Air Lines (DAL) increased its dividend payout 50.0% in 3Q17, resulting in ~$0.31 dividend per share. At that rate, DAL has an indicated dividend yield of 2.3%.
At the start of 2017, Delta Air Lines (DAL) raised its debt by ~$2.0 billion in order to reduce its pension plan liability.
Analysts forecast that T-Mobile’s EPS (earnings per share) will reach $0.45 in 3Q17, compared with its EPS of $0.42 in 3Q16.
In December 2016, Delta Air Lines (DAL) placed an order for 75 CS100 Bombardier jets. This huge order was the first for these jets and a huge relief for Bombardier.
In 2Q17, Delta Air Lines (DAL) forecast 3Q17 operating margins of 18.0%–20.0%. Hurricane Irma led to Delta’s canceling flights and losing $120.0 million in operating income.
For 3Q17, Delta Air Lines’ (DAL) revenue was $11.1 billion, a 5.5% YoY (year-over-year) rise compared to $10.8 billion in 3Q16.
Delta Air Lines’ (DAL) average traffic increased 3.4% YoY to 61.0 million passenger miles for 3Q17. For the first nine months of 2017, traffic has increased 2.1% to 166.5 billion miles.
Delta Air Lines (DAL) reported its 3Q17 results on October 11, 2017. It managed to beat Wall Street analysts’ estimates for both revenue and profits. Its revenue rose 5.5% YoY.
According to consensus estimates compiled by Thomson Reuters, Alcoa is expected to post revenues of $2.97 billion in 3Q17.
Alcoa (AA) is expected to post an adjusted EBITDA of $536 million in 3Q17—compared to $483 million in 2Q17 and $265 million in 3Q16.
We’re into the 3Q17 earnings season. Alcoa (AA) is expected to release its 3Q17 earnings on October 18 after the markets close.
According to the latest company filings, the book value of Peabody Energy’s (BTU) debt as of June 30, 2017, after exiting from bankruptcy is $1.77 billion.
Analysts expect Peabody Energy (BTU) to report EBITDA of $350.7 million in 3Q17 and an EBITDA margin of 24.0%.
In 3Q15, Peabody Energy (BTU) reported $1.42 billion in revenues. Analysts anticipate that it will post $1.46 billion in 3Q17 compared to $1.26 billion in 2Q17.
Of the eight analysts covering Peabody Energy (BTU), six (or 75.0%) have given the company a “buy” rating, and two (or 25.0%) have given it a “hold.”