American Airlines Group Inc.
Formed in December 2013, American Airlines Group Inc. is the largest airline in the world since American Airlines and US Airways merged to form the airline holding company, American Airlines Group. Prior to the merger, AMR Corporation and US Airways Group were two separate entities, both having a steady history and growth with the latter operating since 1939.
The share price of American Airlines Group Inc (and airline holding companies in general) tends to fluctuate with ‘scandals' and reactions from consumers as the main driving force behind these fluctuations. In this respect, share prices can be unstable and thus difficult to predict.
The American Airlines Group trades on NASQAD (AAL) and is a NASQAD-100 Component company. American Airlines Group is a solid investment for any portfolio, experiencing steady growth and development year-on-year.
American Airlines Group Inc. Market Influences
Economic indicators for The American Airlines Group Inc. include growth in gross domestic product (or GDP), per capita income, disposable income, industrial production, level of business, and consumer confidence. Fluctuation in oil prices is a major factor impacting the profitability of the company as well as the availability of advanced aircraft technology which results in lower fuel consumption.