Continental Airlines Inc.

United States of America Country flag United States of America
Sector: Airlines
Ticker: CAL.XX2
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Stock Performance of Continental Airlines Inc. ( CAL.XX2 | USA)

The Stock Price change percentage is a relevant indicator for computing stock performance. The price change percentage of Continental Airlines Inc. over the last month is N/A%.
The Stock Performance of Continental Airlines Inc. is significantly lower than the stock performance of its index.

Stock Perf excl. Dividends (in N/A)
CAL.XX2N/ARel. Perf.
Year-to-DateN/AN/AN/A
1-WeekN/AN/AN/A
1-MonthN/AN/AN/A
1-YearN/AN/AN/A
3-YearN/AN/AN/A
5-YearN/AN/AN/A
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Valuation
EV/EBITDA LastEV/EBITDA(e) 2020EV/EBITDA NTM
International PeersFree trialFree trialFree trial
Airlines3.714.924.65
N/AN/AN/AN/A
United States of America5.437.347.22
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Betanull
Levered betaUnlevered beta
1-YearN/AN/A
2-YearN/AN/A
3-YearN/AN/A
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International Peers - Continental Airlines Inc.
Company NameCtryMarket
Cap.
last (mUSD)
Continental Airlines In...USAN/A
International Peers Median1.63
Alaska Air Group Inc.USA3 027
Delta Air Lines Inc.USA14 389
Air France-KLM SAFRA2 275
Korean Air Lines Co., L...KOR1 453
ANA Holdings Inc.JPN7 075
GPRV Analysis
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following reasons:
  • - Company is not covered by analysts (no estimates)
  • - Company is an insurance company
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About Stock Performance

The most basic way for computing stock performance is to calculate the price change of the stock over a period of time, shown in percentage. It is also useful to calculate the relative performance of a stock comparing its price change with the change of a benchmark index over the same period. Benchmarking stocks on the basis of their performance could be more complex when calculating total return, which consists in adding to the stock price change any other return from an investment over the period, such as dividends. Furthermore, currency conversion rate must be considered when the investment is made in a different currency, as the exchange rate change over the period affects the actual return of the stock investment.