American Airlines Cash Flow Per Share Trend

AAL -- USA Stock  

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Showing smoothed Cash Flow Per Share of American Airlines Group with missing and latest data points interpolated.
Cash Flow Per Share10 Years Trend
Very volatile
 Cash Flow Per Share 

Regression Statistics

Arithmetic Mean  8.92
Coefficient Of Variation  96.91
Mean Deviation  5.86
Median  10.00
Standard Deviation  8.65
Sample Variance  74.80
Range  34.15
R Value  0.016278
Mean Square Error  81.58
R Squared  0.00026498
Significance  0.96
Slope  0.036151
Total Sum of Squares  897.60

American Airlines Cash Flow Per Share Over Time

2016-12-31  12.86 
2017-12-31  12.86 
2018-12-31  12.03 

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