|Bid||5.68 x 1022500|
|Ask||4.90 x 69413900|
|Day's range||5.26 - 5.37|
|52-week range||3.20 - 6.53|
|PE ratio (TTM)||11.46|
|Earnings date||23 Feb. 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.12 (2.67%)|
|1y target est||6.54|
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Australian carrier Qantas posted healthy annual net profits Friday backed by a strong domestic market, as it announced a share buyback and flagged plans to offer direct flights to London and New York. Qantas Airways announced a 17.2 percent slip in annual net profit of Aus$852 million (US$673 million) after record results last year. The results, which followed a record net profit in the previous financial year, came after the completion of an aggressive three-year restructuring process that saw it slash jobs and reduce its aircraft fleet.
Australian carrier Qantas Airways on Thursday posted a 7.5 percent hit to first half earnings, impacted by lower fares, greater competition and empty seats. Underlying profit before tax fell to Aus$852 million (US$656 million) for the six months ending December 31, but just beat the airline's own guidance. Qantas, which has turned itself around in recent years on the back of aggressive cost-cutting, said it was facing increased competition on international routes and a soft domestic market.
Oct.16 -- Alan Joyce, Qantas Airways chief executive officer, discusses the airline's new route between Australia and Europe. He speaks with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu and Julia Chatterley on "Bloomberg Markets."