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Consumer Discretionary : Household Durables | Small Cap Value
Company profile

The Dixie Group, Inc. is engaged in marketing, manufacturing and selling of carpet and rugs. The Company offers its products to various residential and commercial customers through its various sales forces and brands. The Company operates through the carpet and rug manufacturing segment. The Company also provides carpet and yarn related services to other manufacturers. The Company's brands include Fabrica, Masland Residential, Dixie Home, Atlas Carpet Mills, Masland Contract and Masland Hospitality. Dixie International sells its brands outside of the North American market. Fabrica markets and manufactures various residential carpet and custom rugs. Masland Contract markets and manufactures broadloom and modular carpet tile for the specified commercial marketplace. Masland Residential markets and manufactures design-driven specialty carpets and rugs for the residential marketplace. Dixie Home markets a range of tufted broadloom residential and commercial carpets.

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UPDATE: Airlines get a ratings bump as investors eye stimulus package

1:56 pm ET March 25, 2020 (MarketWatch)
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By Claudia Assis, MarketWatch

Bailout would support airlines through 2020, Deutsche Bank says

Analysts upgraded a raft of U.S. air carriers on Wednesday on hopes the industry is closer to getting a piece of the $2 trillion stimulus package that the U.S. Senate is expected to approve.

Analysts at Deutsche Bank upgraded to buy from hold American Airlines Group Inc. (AAL), Alaska Air Group Inc. (ALK), Air Lease Corp. (AL), Delta Air Lines Inc. (DAL), JetBlue Airways Corp. (JBLU), Southwest Airlines Co. (LUV), Spirit Airlines Inc. (SAVE), and United Airlines Holdings Inc. (UAL)

They also upgraded Hawaiian Holdings Inc. (HA) to buy from sell.

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The $2 trillion stimulus deal includes a $50 billion package for the U.S. airline and air cargo industry. While the deal is not yet finalized, analysts are expecting it to win U.S. House of Representative support.

Airlines had enough cash for 100 to 200 days of operations before facing bankruptcy risk, the Deutsche Bank analysts said.

"We are now of the view that the stimulus package will support the industry, at least through 2020, and that is even after assuming a draconian outlook for air travel demand for the remainder of the year," they said.

Moreover, the stocks are likely to have seen their low points, they said. In 2021, the industry is likely to experience "a significant recovery."

Analysts at Cowen upgraded Southwest on Wednesday to their equivalent of buy, and downgraded Mesa Air Group Inc. (MESA) to their equivalent of hold.

The airline industry is bleeding cash and is looking at the U.S. government for financial relief to maintain payrolls and employee headcount, the Cowen analysts said.

There are roughly 750,000 part-time and full-time airline employees, not counting workers in aviation-related jobs, they said.

The Cowen upgrade for Southwest reflects the hope the air carrier will soon be able to grab market share.

"Southwest is arguably the most successful airline of all time and has survived through other crises and come out stronger," they said. "With many airlines retreating in the near-term, Southwest will be in a position to drive outsized share shift and growth once the coronavirus passes."

Mesa, on the other hand, does not have contractual flight minimums and has had operational issues with American Airlines, putting that partnership at risk of shrinking. Moreover, there "have been significant issues in the regional sector ... and Mesa might not be immune to those issues."

The NYSE Arca Airline index was up more than 12% on Wednesday, a day after rising more than 20% to mark its largest one-day percentage increase since Oct. 20, 2008.

A close around these levels would be the highest since March 13. The index has gained 41% in the past four sessions, its longest winning streak since Jan. 17, when it rose for nine consecutive trading days.

-Claudia Assis; 415-439-6400; AskNewswires@dowjones.com

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March 25, 2020 13:56 ET (17:56 GMT)

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