Air New Zealand (ASX:AIZ)

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Day Range
Year Range
Market Cap
Volume
P/E
-6.19
Historical Yield (%)
0.00
Short Sell (%)
0.05
GICS Industry Group
Transportation
GICS Sub-Industry Group
Airlines - 20302010
EPS
-23.92
ROE (%)
-0.24
ROA (%)
-0.03
EBITDA Margin (%)
-0.01
EBIT Margin (%)
-0.14
NPAT Margin (%)
-0.12
Inventory Turnover
18.47
Asset Turnover
0.35
Net Gearing (%)
0.49
Net Interest Cover
-4.03
Current Ratio
0.35

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