Despite the aviation industry being hit by the outbreak of Covid-19 pandemic, many airlines are preparing to join other airlines in the intercontinental market by December 2020. They seem to be working very hard for the restart of the air services. The $1.9 trillion money manager, Pacific Investment Management Co.
Today, the global airlines are struggling through a worse crisis since the first commercial service began flying passengers nearly 100 years ago. The Covid-19 pandemic has exerted a long-term and profound impact globally. Domestic passenger numbers in some markets have slowly started signs of recovery from COVID-19 lockdown lows, especially
Cummins: Price breakout from the falling supply line, last three month’s base formations augurs well for next up move The capital goods space is witnessing fresh momentum after the last three month’s base formation and is expected to witness a catch up with the rest of the market. Cummins India
The stock, Britannia Industries (BRIIND), remains a major outperformer within FMCG space and is currently poised to resume its structural uptrend after the four-week breather, thereby offering fresh entry opportunity. Such a bullish stance on Britannia Industries is anchored on the following observations : Since March 2020 panic lows of
EasyJet pilots have been offered alternative contracts. The airline also warns of upcoming cuts. In Q3 of last year, budget carrier EasyJet served 26.4m fliers and earned £1.76bn as revenue. One year later, the story became entirely different. EasyJet flew just 117,00 passengers and could earn revenue of only £7m