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Turk Hava Yollari AO (THYAO.IS)

THYAO.IS on Istanbul Stock Exchange

5.22TRY
19 Jan 2017
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5.22TL
Open
5.23TL
Day's High
5.25TL
Day's Low
5.22TL
Volume
16,974,890
Avg. Vol
52,524,363
52-wk High
8.00TL
52-wk Low
4.54TL

THYAO.IS

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About

Turk Hava Yollari AO is a Turkey-based company, which provides passenger and cargo air transportation services. It operates under the following business segments: Air Transport (Aviation), which consist of mainly domestic and international passenger and cargo air Transportation, as well as Technical Maintenance Services... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.04
Market Cap(Mil.): TL7,203.60
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 1,380.00
Dividend: --
Yield (%): --

Financials

  THYAO.IS Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 4.42 64.79
EPS (TTM): -0.53 -- --
ROI: -1.80 3.99 5.98
ROE: -5.11 6.79 7.66

UPDATE 4-Turkey's civil aviation boss to take helm at Turkish Airlines

* Weak lira, tourism woes hit carrier's profits (adds official confirmation)

Oct 21 2016

Turkish Airlines sacks 211 employees after failed coup attempt

ISTANBUL Turkey's state-run Turkish Airlines said on Monday it had fired 211 employees, citing their links to a religious movement President Tayyip Erdogan has blamed for the failed attempt to overthrow the government on July 15.

Jul 25 2016

Turkish Airlines sacks 211 employees after failed coup attempt

ISTANBUL, July 25 Turkey's state-run Turkish Airlines said on Monday it had fired 211 employees, citing their links to a religious movement President Tayyip Erdogan has blamed for the failed attempt to overthrow the government on July 15.

Jul 25 2016

Failed Turkish coup piles pressure on travel companies

ISTANBUL/BERLIN The attempted coup in Turkey last week has dealt another blow to the country's already weakened tourism industry and will weigh on profits of the nation's airlines and airports as well as tour operators serving the country, industry experts said.

Jul 19 2016

Failed Turkish coup piles pressure on travel companies

ISTANBUL/BERLIN, July 19 The attempted coup in Turkey last week has dealt another blow to the country's already weakened tourism industry and will weigh on profits of the nation's airlines and airports as well as tour operators serving the country, industry experts said.

Jul 19 2016

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