American Airlines One Year High

American Airlines Group Inc -- USA Stock  

USD 47.70  0.64  1.36%

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One Year High Analysis

One Year High typically refers to the highest price that a given equity instrument has reached in the last 52 weeks. In other words it is the highest price that investors paid or were willing to pay for a given stock, fund, or ETF over the past 52 weeks of trading.
American Airlines 
One Year High 
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Highest Price in the Last 52 Weeks 
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Distress Driver Correlations

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About One Year High

Year High value is used as an indicator to give investors an idea of how a given equity may perform over mid or longer term horizons. The One Year High may be utilized as a naive indicator of how the value of stock is resistant or elastic over the long term investment horizon. For example if the price of a fund or ETF is near a new One Year High, a rational investor may interpret it as a turning point and trade the instrument away or buy additional shares.
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Income

American Airlines Income Change Over Time

Accumulated Other Comprehensive Income

Based on recorded statements American Airlines Group Inc has One Year High of 50. This is much higher than that of the Transport sector, and significantly higher than that of Airlines industry, The One Year High for all stocks is over 1000% lower than the firm.

Peer Comparison

American Airlines One Year High Comparison
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American Airlines is rated below average in one year high category among related companies.

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