Southwest Airlines Company (LUV): Price and Financial Metrics


Southwest Airlines Company (LUV)

Today's Latest Price: $48.27 USD

0.02 (0.04%)

Updated Nov 25 7:00pm

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LUV Stock Summary

  • LUV's went public 34.93 years ago, making it older than 92.97% of listed US stocks we're tracking.
  • Price to trailing twelve month operating cash flow for LUV is currently 96.91, higher than 95.72% of US stocks with positive operating cash flow.
  • Revenue growth over the past 12 months for Southwest Airlines Co comes in at -43.02%, a number that bests only 6.99% of the US stocks we're tracking.
  • Stocks that are quantitatively similar to LUV, based on their financial statements, market capitalization, and price volatility, are WLTW, AIG, TU, PPG, and TRV.
  • LUV's SEC filings can be seen here. And to visit Southwest Airlines Co's official web site, go to www.southwest.com.

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LUV Price/Volume Stats

Current price $48.27 52-week high $58.83
Prev. close $48.25 52-week low $22.47
Day low $47.50 Volume 7,281,760
Day high $48.57 Avg. volume 14,091,442
50-day MA $40.73 Dividend yield N/A
200-day MA $36.97 Market Cap 28.49B

Southwest Airlines Company (LUV) Company Bio


Southwest Airlines operates passenger airlines that provide scheduled air transportation services in the United States, Mexico, Jamaica, The Bahamas, Aruba, and the Dominican Republic. The company was founded in 1967 and is based in Dallas, Texas.


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Below are the latest news stories about Southwest Airlines Co that investors may wish to consider to help them evaluate LUV as an investment opportunity.

Layoffs loom if payroll aid is not extended, Southwest Airlines CEO warns

Southwest Airlines Co could be forced to lay off thousands of employees due to the coronavirus crisis in the absence of an extension of federal payroll aid, its Chief Executive Officer Gary Kelly said on Thursday.

Reuters | October 1, 2020

Southwest's Earnings: Low Tide In The Sector, But The Stock Is Best Of Breed

On October 22, after the closing bell, Southwest Airlines (LUV) will release its 3Q20 earnings report. The company's financial performance should be well short of encouraging once again, but I do not think that any reasonable investor or analyst will be expecting otherwise. Wall Street believes that revenues will drop...

D.M. Martins Research on Seeking Alpha | September 30, 2020

Top US airlines starting 32,000 furloughs as bailout hopes fade

CHICAGO/WASHINGTON --- American Airlines and United Airlines, two of the largest U.S. carriers, said they were beginning furloughs of over 32,000 workers on Thursday as hopes faded for a last-minute bailout from Washington. Both airlines told employees, however, in memos seen by Reuters on Wednesday that they stood ready to reverse the furloughs, which affect about 13% of their workforces before the pandemic, if a deal was reached. Tens of thousands of other employees at those airlines and others including Delta Air Lines and Southwest Airlines have accepted buyouts or leaves of absence aimed at reducing headcount as carriers battle a health crisis that has upended the global t… Keep on reading: Top US airlines starting 32,000 furloughs as bailout hopes fade

Inquirer Business | September 30, 2020

Goldman Sachs says jet fuel demand will accelerate in 2021, driven by availability of a COVID-19 vaccine by the second-quarter

Summary List Placement Goldman Sachs expects jet fuel demand to recover in 2021 alongside the potential availability of a COVID-19 vaccine in the second quarter. The bank's analysts said the number of airline passengers will return to pre-virus levels by 2023. "We do not believe that jet fuel demand has peaked and see jet as an area of long-term demand growth in this decade," analysts said in a note dated September 25. They suggested remaining selective on equities, and named domestic-exposed airlines including Southwest Airlines , JetBlue Airways , and Alaska Air Group as preferred stocks. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . Goldman Sachs remains upbeat on the outlook for oil demand next year, thanks to an anticipated recovery in jet fuel consumption, particularly if a...

Business Insider | September 25, 2020

Southwest Airlines CEO 'hopeful' on more government aid but hesitant to cut capacity without it

Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly says he's 'hopeful' the government will provide the industry with billions more in aid but says there are limits to cutting capacity without it.

CNBC | September 23, 2020

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LUV Price Returns

1-mo 20.89%
3-mo 24.38%
6-mo 50.37%
1-year -15.82%
3-year -8.88%
5-year 10.41%
YTD -10.23%
2019 17.72%
2018 -28.21%
2017 32.40%
2016 16.80%
2015 2.44%

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