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  1. forum rang 6 gbakl 15 juni 2020 19:56
    Hertz Global Holdings, Inc. (HTZ)

    2.165-0.665 (-23.4982%)......negeren is vooruitzien :o)

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    In December, Boeing's board ousted Dennis Muilenburg as CEO amid criticism of his handling of the crisis and scoldings by regulators for pushing for a quicker return to service for the 737 Max.

    Boeing is facing scrutiny from other federal agencies as well. The Securities and Exchange Commission is reportedly investigating the aerospace giant's financial disclosures related to the jet's grounding. The Justice Department, FBI and the Transportation Department are probing whether the aerospace giant misled regulators and customers about the jet.

    Boeing 737 Max Recertification Flight Amid Covid-19
    The recertification flights have been a long time coming. Regulators had to agree on the final fixes and Boeing uncovered new software issues that needed correcting. In February, Dickson said that certification flights will start in the next few weeks.

    But the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic stalled plans. Boeing now reportedly expects to run an FAA recertification flight for the 737 Max later this month.

    737 Max Return Delayed
    Before the pandemic, airlines had taken the Boeing 737 Max jet out of service through the busy summer travel season. But as Covid-19 decimated air travel, Southwest Airlines (LUV) removed the troubled plane from its schedule through October and American Airlines (AAL) and United Airlines (UAL) are expected to follow suit.

    The Dow giant halted production of the Boeing 737 Max in January amid the prolonged grounding as finished jets spilled out into employee parking lots. On May 28, Boeing resumed production at a "low rate" with plans to increase to 31 737 Max jets per month in 2021. That's down from the 57 jets per month it had earlier expected to build this month.

    In April, Boeing 737 Max saw 108 additional net order cancellations, as airlines rushed into survival mode. In March, Boeing customers canceled a total of 150 Boeing 737 Max orders.

    Shares were off 0.2% to 189.10 on the stock market today after tumbling to 175.89 intraday. Boeing stock fell nearly 8% last week after surging 41% in the prior week.

    Southwest stock erased losses to trade up 0.7%. American Airlines stock fell 1.9% and United stock slid 2.7%.

  2. forum rang 5 asti 15 juni 2020 20:27
    Ja, vooruitzien.

    Die stijging van honderden procenten zag je niet aankomen, toen je short ging. Nu doet het er niet veel meer toe, al gaan al die fondsen waar je zwaar short in zat naar nul. Je zat - gebaseerd op jouw eigen uitspraken - met zware leverage short in zowat de meest ongunstige tijd. Dat is gewoonweg niet ontkennen.

    Maar het is wel te merken dat je een paar toontjes lager zingt de afgelopen weken. Sinds alles zich heeft voltrokken, weet je wel. Als je medelijden probeert op te wekken kan ik je in ieder geval vertellen dat je aan het verkeerde adres bent.
  3. forum rang 6 gbakl 15 juni 2020 22:24
    Boeing 737 Max Certification In Focus With FAA Chief Set To Testify Before Senate Committee

    A bipartisan draft bill on FAA certification reform is reportedly circulating as the FAA chief heads to testify before a Senate Commerce Committee Wednesday on the Boeing (BA) 737 Max. Boeing stock were little changed near the close, slashing morning losses.

    Federal Aviation Administration chief Steve Dickson will testify before the Senate Commerce Committee on Wednesday at 10 a.m. ET. According to the committee, Dickson will answer questions about "issues associated with the design, development, certification, and operation" of the Boeing 737 Max. The hearing will also look at ways to reform the certification process.

    Senate Commerce Committee Chairman Roger Wicker, R-Miss., and Sen. Maria Cantwell, D-Wash., have reportedly authored a draft bill to reform the way the FAA certifies new aircraft, according to Reuters. The bill would give the FAA power to hire or let go of employees at aircraft manufacturers performing FAA certification tasks. The FAA would also have authority to appoint safety advisors.
  4. forum rang 6 gbakl 29 juni 2020 15:18
    voorbeurs aardig opgelopen.
    hoewel sommige volgers hier helemaal niets moeten hebben van turbos
    of simpelweg niet begrijpen wat je ermee kan/moet kan ik 1 tipje oplichten
    van de turbo sluier.

    na het bericht dat het testprogramma 737MAX doormag kun je aannemen dat dit positief nieuws is voor het aandeel.
    bij opening AEX is de voorbeurskoers nog niet of nauwelijks bekend en is de turbokoers
    van in dit geval Citi of SG nog gebaseerd op de nabeurskoers vd vorige beursdag.

    dwz. long turbos nog weinig gestegen en wel verhandelbaar en de koers loopt op als
    de voorbeurskoersen voor vandaag erin lopen.
    soort van legale voorkennis.

    zolang je vooral met turbos speelt met de voorkeur voor daghandel en nooit lang aanhouden
    dan is dit leuk speelgoed.
  5. forum rang 5 asti 30 juni 2020 16:18
    Zij die op een veel lager prijsniveau het briljante idee kregen om met turbo's short te gaan in BA, en vele wekenlang de rotsvaste overtuiging vasthielden dat de koers enorm zou gaan dalen, nemen na de rampzalige gevolgen van het shorten een long positie in. Uiteraard weer met turbo's. Pure wanhoop. Paniekvoetbal. En wat is er gebeurd, nadat deze nitwits long gingen? Zie koers.

    Voel je vooral niet aangesproken als het niet van toepassing is. Wie de schoen past, trekke hem aan.
  6. forum rang 6 gbakl 8 juli 2020 11:14
    A plane without a market
    Despite the 737 MAX's initial design flaws and the resulting crashes, the aircraft was in high demand prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. Between the strength of global air travel demand and production constraints at Airbus, canceling 737 MAX orders wasn't a realistic option for most of Boeing's customers.

    Today, the situation is much different. Air travel remains far below 2019 levels, and industry insiders believe it will take several years for demand to recover fully. As a result, airlines are trying to defer or cancel as many aircraft deliveries as possible. Due to the extensive delivery delays for 737 MAX jets originally scheduled to be handed over in 2019 and 2020, customers in many cases have the right to cancel some of their orders.

    In the first five months of 2020, more than 600 737 MAX orders evaporated from Boeing's backlog. Meanwhile, the company secured just a handful of net orders for its wide-body models.

    The flood of order cancellations isn't over yet, either. Last week, leasing company BOC Aviation announced that it had canceled 30 737 MAX orders. More significantly, Norwegian Air canceled 92 737 MAX orders and five 787 Dreamliner orders. Adding insult to injury, the floundering European budget carrier filed a lawsuit demanding compensation for losses due to the 737 MAX grounding and engine problems for its existing 787 fleet. It also wants Boeing to return its pre-delivery deposits. Considering that Norwegian was a major customer and Boeing holds more than $50 billion of customer advances and progress billings, these deposits likely total hundreds of millions of dollars.

    There are still a handful of airlines eager for new aircraft. As air travel demand recovers, other airlines will also need to buy new planes to replace older jets and enable growth. Nevertheless, demand could remain well below previous levels for the foreseeable future, assuming global air travel grows at a slower rate during the next decade than it did over the past five years.

    Grim times ahead
    In the first 12 months after the 737 MAX grounding last March, Boeing was able to partially offset cash burn from that part of its business with profits from its wide-body jet programs and its services business. But in the current environment, those sources of cash are drying up, too. Airlines are retiring older jets rather than spending money on Boeing services offerings that could extend those planes' useful lives. Simultaneously, wide-body demand has plummeted, as international travel is likely to be one of the slowest parts of the aviation market to recover.

    For example, Boeing is in the midst of slashing 787 production by half (from 14 per month to seven per month). Yet even that production rate may be too ambitious. Whereas Boeing delivered 29 787 Dreamliners in the first quarter, it appears to have delivered just seven in the second quarter. Furthermore, key customers like Qatar Airways -- which accounts for 9% of Boeing's wide-body backlog -- are demanding multiyear order deferrals.

    Aircraft demand will recover eventually. That said, "eventually" could be many years away. In the meantime, Boeing has taken on tens of billions of dollars of debt and is burning through cash at a frightening pace. Investors would be wise to avoid the stock.

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