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Asia-Pacific airline stocks fly high in Jan, says Iata report

It also shows improvements in airline earnings in the fourth quarter, with North American carriers putting up the best show
Wednesday, February 11, 2015 - 05:50

Singapore Airlines hit a high of S$12.80 in January, up from a low of S$11.55 in the month. On Tuesday, its shares climbed 34 Singapore cents to close at S$12.18.


SHARES in Asia Pacific carriers were up 8 per cent month-on-month in January, outperforming the broader market which declined 2 per cent.

This was driven by "outstanding" share price increases of a few airlines.

Worldwide airline shares, on the other hand, were up

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