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  • 4 Mar 2015
    • US airlines to have temporary windfall from cheaper fuel, capacity discipline
      US airlines can expect strong growth in profitability and improvements in return on invested capital in 2015. Maintaining capacity discipline while the cost of fuel is low will drive the better performance. Because we expect fuel prices to rebound after 2015, the windfall will only be temporary, however... Press Release l Full Report
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    • Global Integrated Oil Companies: Oil Majors Take Steps to Withstand Crude Price Plunge
      Despite capital spending cuts and cost reductions, free cash flow for major international oil companies (IOCs) will turn negative this year amid the sharp drop in crude prices. We think that none of the IOCs will be able to cover their capital spending from internal cash flow in 2015 and that hefty dividends will aggravate negative free cash flow across the board, unless there is an unexpected near-term rebound in oil prices. The companies will be borrowing or drawing on large cash positions (and increasing net leverage) to cover dividends and capital spending... Full Report
  • 15 Jan 2015
    • Decline in oil prices results in both winners and losers among industries worldwide as we adjust our oil price assumptions
      Tumbling oil prices have led us to lower our pricing assumptions for the two benchmark crude oils. A sustained period of lower oil prices would affect numerous industries in various ways. Airlines, shipping, protein and packaged foods are among those that will benefit most, while the oil exploration and production and oilfield services sectors will bear the brunt of the collapse… Full Report
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