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Gurugram Rapid Metro and SpiceJet Fares: Ripping Off Public Money @suchetadalal @Moneylifers @yogtoday
Gurugram Rapid Metro and SpiceJet Fares: Ripping Off Public Money @suchetadalal @Moneylifers @yogtoday #GurugramMetro #SpiceJetFares
IndiGo’s market share sees a minor dip while SpiceJet maintains its share at 15.5%. Air India & Go Air improve their market share to 12.8% and 11.8% respectively
AUGUST AVIATION DATA DOMESTIC AIR PASSENGER TRAFFIC GROWTH AT 3.87% VS 3.01% (MOM) INDIGO MARKET SHARE AT 47% VS 47.8% (MOM) WHILE SPICEJET MARKET SHARE UNCHANGED AT 15.5% (MOM) AIR INDIA MARKET SHARE AT 12.8% VS 12.4% MOM
BROKERAGES Goldman Sachs: Market share shift in an evolving sector; reiterate Buy on Indigo and SpiceJet Bofa on Biocon: Cut target to Rs 310 from Rs 353, Maintain Buy Kotak on IIFL Wealth: Reinitiate coverage with fair value of Rs1,050 (iifl wealth to list today)
Shares of Global Vectra Helicorp (up 1.37 per cent), Jet Airways (up 1.4 per cent), TAAL Enterprises (up 0.78 per cent), Interglobe Aviation (up 0.39 per cent) and SpiceJet (up 0.20 per cent) were among the top gainers.
Crude drags aviation, paint & OMC stocks Shares of airline operators InterGlobe Aviation and SpiceJet slipped up to 4 per cent following a spike in crude oil prices in international markets.
47 stocks hit 52-week lows As many as 47 stocks on the NSE hit their fresh 52-week low. The list included stocks such as Alok Industries, LEEL Electricals, Kwality Ltd, SpiceJet, Talwalkars Better Value Fitness, Uttam Value Steels and Vikas Proppant & Granite.
#MarketAtClose | IndiGo & Spicejet end in the red after higher oil prices
#stockstowatch A Ready Recknor Crude Price Rise Impact Negative OMCs Paints (55-60% of Cost) Aviation (48% of cost) Plastics Selective Pharma Chemical Companies Key Stocks BPCL, HPCL, IOC IndiGo, SpiceJet Berger, Asian,
#ExpressBiz | Currently, SpiceJet – one of the world’s biggest customers for 737 MAX 8 aircraft with 155 on order – has taken delivery of 13 such planes so far, all of which are grounded.
#ExpressBiz | On March 13, SpiceJet had to ground 12 aircraft, forcing it to cancel significant number of flights on that day as well as on March 14.
After being grounded for over 5 months following 2 fatal crashes, Boeing 737 Max could be brought back into service in India soon. Sources say Boeing has informed SpiceJet, the biggest Indian buyer of 737 Max, that the aircraft will be "fit to fly" by Nov. @awnusharma reports