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QAN, QANTAS AIRWAYS LIMITED
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post Posted: Jun 16 2004, 12:21 PM
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Perhaps Sabre and would be pleased for it to.

However its positive SP progress may be slowed somewhat by external factors or more specifically until the current (overnight) oil jitters are resolved.

Reactionary lot the market - I've been watching Santos this morning thinking it may be worth selling as I feel the market has over-reacted to what has happenned overnight in Iraq - after-all is world oil demand satiated by supply from Iraq presently. Mind you buyers have kept presenting at $7.07 for most of the day.



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post Posted: Jun 16 2004, 11:58 AM
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QAN getting ready to go again? lmaosmiley.gif
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sabretoothed
post Posted: Jun 5 2004, 10:36 AM
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Hiya,

I think QAN will eventually get rid of normal QAN domestic, thus cutting costs and getting rid of frequent flyer points etc, thus getting on a level playing field to VBA.

QAN is hedged 100% on oil at around 30 this year and 50% hedged at 32 or something next year. So the extra ticket surcharge is extra $$ in the kitty for them.

I agree re Buffet, I'm not a longer term investor in QAN, I like it more medium term, 3.60 or 3.80 will do me, but QAN in Australia has basically a monopoly over major routes and why its a bit different to other airlines, if there is to much competition it will go broke.

But technically, for some reason it looks like its going to run, and QAN is a great trading stock between $3 and 3.80...






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moneyman888
post Posted: Jun 4 2004, 10:52 PM
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Sabre,

Without a doubt agree that the driving force for all airlines is the oil price and what will happen with Opec, etc.

For all intense purposes economies are driving well, people are flying again and most of the fat has been cut from operating costs.

Jetstar in the longer term may prove to be Qantas' undoing though as from passengers that have flown I hear are not happy and I think Virgin will continue to clean up.

Personally I only play airlines very short term as I do not like the high costs associated with running them, plus I got burnt on Compass big time..ahh memories.

Interestingly Warren buffet is also not a fan of the airlines..but I digress.

QAN and VBA should run as long as the oil price keeps heading back towards $35 (allowing $5 for terrorism premium), but I can not see oil heading below that as Opec seem content with the world paying for oil around these prices.







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post Posted: Jun 4 2004, 08:00 PM
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Looks like it will go on to test 3.60 soon, comments?

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post Posted: Jun 4 2004, 12:27 PM
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QAN above the 200 day MA, VBA moving up as Ryan Air (UK) up 6% overnight, I think the OPEC agreement is making these run...

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post Posted: Jun 3 2004, 12:46 PM
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I think QAN is looking quite good technically. Might go for a run if it stays above 3.44 back into the old channel hopefully, which is important otherwise it may follow the new down channel it has created.

VBA could be close to its bottom, and I mention it here since VBA does not exist as a topic which is weird...


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moneyman888
post Posted: Apr 6 2004, 02:59 PM
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Views on this one, TA perhaps as I am away from my PC for a few more hours yet.

What about this new low cost airline they are about to venture into in Singapore?? Also lower oil prices, reserves up in the US, oil costs could drop to around $28 a barrel again .got to be worth a few cents to the price.

Threat of terrorism will always be in the back of the mind, but the world economy is still gaining pace and i presume travel numbers will follow.



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