Airbus shares resisted the general weakness this week and passed the 100 EUR mark. The Farnborough Air Show will take place next week. Such fairs are often used as an opportunity to announce large orders. Currently, it is speculated, inter alia, about orders from Delta Airlines and Air India.
The crown pandemic temporarily forced large parts of the airline fleets to land for longer periods. Meanwhile, corona measurements have been reduced in much of the world and more and more planes are taking off again. As oil prices rise, airlines are also pushing to cut costs. The lever is also applied to the fleet. There is a growing demand for fuel-efficient planes.
Production is gaining momentum
Against this background, Airbus has long since increased production again. Production of the A-320 family is expected to increase to 65 aircraft per month by the summer of 2023, and up to 75 deliveries by 2025. Currently, there are 50 machines per month. The A320 family is Airbus’s three box office hits. That’s why customers are already pushing for the cost-effective long version of the A-321, A-321-XLR. With the failure of the Antonov fleet, the vacuum has now also appeared in the area of high-capacity transport aircraft. “We want to prove ourselves with Beluga in this market,” said Michael Schöllhorn, Airbus’ defense division, at the Berlin Air Show.
CEO Guillaume However, Faury had long since formulated new, ambitious plans. Recently, the A319 with 100% biofuel took off for a test flight. Airbus aims to develop the first zero-emission commercial aircraft by 2035. Airbus is based on hydrogen technology. With Lufthansa and Easyjet, there are already two potential buyers.
On July 27, 2022, the aircraft manufacturer will release data for the past quarter. Data for the first quarter were in line with expectations. Moreover, the management board confirmed the forecasts for the whole year. With a price / profit ratio of around 15 (source: Thomson Reuters), the DAX® newbie has a moderate rating. If there is new bad news about the corona pandemic or a weak overall market, share could clearly lose heights. Against this background, a bonus limit certificate can be an interesting alternative to direct entry.
Graph technical perspective: Airbus Group SE
Resistance levels: EUR 102.70 / 108.50 / 113.30
Support tokens: EUR 82.80 / 89.60 / 99.20 EUR
Airbus shares have been rising since the beginning of the month and by the end of the week they passed the 100 euro mark. The next resistance level is EUR 102.70. If the breakout is successful above this level, there is a chance that the uptrend will continue to EUR 108.50 and then to EUR 113.30. On the other hand, Airbus shares find solid support at € 89.60.
Airbus Group SE to EUR; Daily chart (1 candle = 1 day)
Period of observation: 02/01/2021 – 07/15/2022. Historical observations are not reliable indicators of future events Source: tradingdesk.onemarkets.de
Airbus Group SE to EUR; Weekly chart (1 candle = 1 week)
Period of observation: July 16, 2016 – July 15, 2022. Historical observations are not reliable indicators of future events. Source: tradingdesk.onemarkets.de
Bonus Limit Certificate aon Airbus Group SE shares to speculate that the shares are trading sideways
|Essential||WKN||Selling price in euros||barrier in euro
||Bonus level / limit in Euro
||Final valuation date|
|Airbus SE Group||HB32U4||144.42||80.00||180.00||12/16/2022|
|Airbus SE Group||HB3N03||138.51||85.00||220.00||June 16, 2023|
Source: HypoVereinsbank onemarkets; Status: 09/21/2020; 14:58
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Airbus contribution exceeds 100 euro! it first appeared on the onemarkets blog (HypoVereinsbank – UniCredit Bank AG).
Author: Richard Pathenhauer