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China Southern Airlines Company (ZNH) rated Sell by Deutsche Securities

Posted on: Thursday,  Apr 16, 2009  8:25 AM ET by Deutsche Securities

Deutsche Securities rated Sell China Southern Airlines Company (NYSE: ZNH) on 04/16/2009, when the stock price was $11.83.
Since then, China Southern Airlines Company has gained 182.42% as of 09/22/2015's recent price of $33.41.
If you would have followed this Deutsche Securities's recommendation on ZNH, you would have lost 64.59% of your investment in 2350 days.

China Southern Airlines Company Limited provides commercial airline services throughout China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan regions, Southeast Asia and other parts of the world. The Company is engaged in the provision of domestic and international passenger, cargo and mail airline services. The Company conducts a portion of its airline operations through its airline subsidiaries, namely Xiamen Airlines, Shantou Airlines Company Limited (Shantou Airlines), Zhuhai Airlines Company Limited (Zhuhai Airlines), Guizhou Airlines Company Limited (Guizhou Airlines) and Chongqing Airlines Company Limited (Chongqing Airlines) (collectively, the Airline Subsidiaries). During the year ended December 31, 2008, the Airline Subsidiaries carried 14.27 million passengers and accounted for 25% and 22% of the Company?s passengers carried and passenger revenue, respectively.

Deutsche Bank's award-winning Research team manages a range of functions from asset allocation, through economic forecasting across a broad range of industry sectors including cement and construction, chemicals, electronics, energy, engineering, machinery, media, software, tobacco, retailing and utilities, and oil and gas.
Stock Market Advice
Date/Time (ET)SymbolRatingTermPrice (*)Target
4/16/2009 8:25 AM Sell
as of 12/31/2009
1 Week down  -64.98 %
1 Month down  -58.27 %
3 Months down  -67.38 %
1 YTD down  -123.83 %

(*) Stock Price at the time of the recommendation.
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