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3M Co is a technology company. The Company operates through four segments: Safety and Industrial, Transportation and Electronics, Health Care and Consumer. Safety and Industrial segment consist of personal safety, industrial adhesives and tapes, abrasives, closure and masking systems, electrical markets, automotive aftermarket, and roofing granules. Transportation and Electronics segment consists of electronics, including display materials and systems, electronic materials solutions, automotive and aerospace, commercial solutions, advanced materials, and transportation safety. Health Care segment’s products and services include medical and surgical supplies, skin health and infection prevention products, oral care solutions, separation and purification sciences, health information systems and food safety products. Consumer segment serves consumers and consists of home improvement, stationery and office supplies, home care and consumer health care.

Closing Price
$175.06
Day's Change
-3.70 (-2.07%)
Bid
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Ask
--
B/A Size
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Day's High
179.45
Day's Low
174.61
Volume
(Heavy Day)
Volume:
3,363,387

10-day average volume:
2,254,243
3,363,387

American Airlines sets new $1.1 billion stock sale agreement

11:23 am ET January 29, 2021 (MarketWatch)
Print

Tomi Kilgore and Claudia Assis

Equity distribution agreement comes after stock surged in wake of earnings, 'de-risking' by short sellers

American Airlines Group Inc. is taking advantage of the recent surge in its stock price, setting a new plan for the sale of up to $1.1 billion worth of shares.

The new plan comes after the air carrier's stock (AAL) surged 9.3% on Thursday after fourth-quarter results, and 17.3% over the past three days. Some analysts suggested the relatively oversized gains (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/american-airlines-stock-soars-after-q4-results-but-is-dislocating-with-fundamentals-analyst-says-11611841809) was related to the recent trading frenzy (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/gamestop-amc-halted-after-a-minute-of-trading-as-shares-retreat-from-massive-gains-11611844823) in stocks with a high number of bearish bets against them.

American's shares shed 1.8% in morning trading Friday, while the U.S. Global Jets exchange-traded fund (JETS) lost 1.1% and the S&P 500 index declined 0.6%.

Kudos to analyst Helane Becker at Cowen, who said Thursday the company could take the opportunity of the recent rally, which she didn't believe to be fundamentally driven, with an equity offering.

Don't miss: American Airlines stock soars after Q4 results but is 'dislocating with fundamentals,' analyst says (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/american-airlines-stock-soars-after-q4-results-but-is-dislocating-with-fundamentals-analyst-says-11611841809).

On Friday, American Airlines disclosed in an 8-K filing (https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/6201/000119312521021850/0001193125-21-021850-index.htm) with the Securities and Exchange Commission that it entered into "a new equity distribution agreement" for the issuance and at-the-market (ATM) sale from time to time of up to $1.12 billion worth of shares. The agreement was made with Goldman Sachs, Citigroup, Barclays and BNP Paribas.

Separately, American said it terminated on Thursday the previous $1 billion equity distribution agreement, which was entered into on Oct. 22, 2020. As part of that agreement, American said it raised $882.4 million, through the sale of 68.56 million shares of common stock at an average price of $12.87.

The airline also said it has new Boeing Co. planes to be delivered by the end of this year or in 2022, including new 737 Max jets. The aircraft was grounded world-wide for nearly two years after two deadly crashes, and cleared to fly again in the U.S. in November. Earlier this week European aviation authorities followed suit. (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/boeing-737-max-cleared-for-take-off-by-european-union-regulators-ending-nearly-2-years-on-the-tarmac-11611749716)

The company said it had accepted delivery of five Max aircraft so far this year, with six more to be delivered in 2021 and 10 in 2022. American also expects the delivery of 19 "Dreamliner" 787 planes for 2021, and of several Aibus' A321Neo this year and the next.

Shares of American Airlines have lost 22% in the past 12 months, contrasting with gains around 15% for the S&P 500 index.

-Tomi Kilgore; 415-439-6400; AskNewswires@dowjones.com

	

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January 29, 2021 11:23 ET (16:23 GMT)

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