Rendre à César ce qui est a Jeannot !
Bien , je ne peux reproduire les liens, mais pas difficile de retrouver le sujet !
Une entrée de EK , chez AA, à 25, peut être 49 % ... improbable mais .... c'est dans le Buzz boursier !
Assez pour faire grimper les actions de AMR corp de 6-7 % ! Ouaf !
Bon, entre vérité et dénégations, on ne sait pas ...
Mais sûr que EK (Et les fonds derrière) , ne payeront que si ce n'est pas cher !
A suivre !
------------ Le Daily Herald, l'article ------------http://dailyherald.com/story/?id=404495
Emirates, the biggest airline by international
traffic, said it has no plan to acquire a stake in AMR Corp., denying
speculation of a linkup with the parent of American Airlines.
"We certainly wouldn't be doing that," Emirates
President Tim Clark said in a telephone interview today. "Us buying a
stake in AMR? It wouldn't make sense."
AMR gained as much as 6.8 percent after
Theflyonthewall.com reported that Dubai-based Emirates was in talks with
the Justice Department to acquire a 49 percent stake. The shares of
Fort Worth, Texas-based AMR rose 13 cents, or 2.2 percent, to $6.17 at 4
p.m. in New York Stock Exchange composite trading.
U.S. law limits foreign ownership of domestic carriers
to no more than 25 percent of voting stock. AMR sat out the two recent
big mergers in the U.S. industry, as Delta Air Lines Inc. bought
Northwest Airlines Corp. in 2008 and UAL Corp.'s United Airlines agreed
in May to combine with Continental Airlines Inc.
Roger Frizzell, an AMR spokesman, declined to comment.
In June, Emirates ordered 32 additional Airbus SAS A380s
valued at $11 billion in an order that would give the 25-year- old
company 70 more superjumbos than any other airline, funneling
price-sensitive passengers through its Dubai base in a challenge to
network carriers including Deutsche Lufthansa AG, Air France-KLM Group
and Singapore Airlines Ltd.
Emirates ranked only 24th among international airlines
as recently as 2000, putting it on a par with Sabena SA, the state-
owned Belgian carrier that went bust a year later.
In the intervening period the Gulf carrier has achieved a
sixfold increase in traffic, overtaking Lufthansa last year to become
the biggest carrier on international flights, according to the
International Air Transport Association, which counts Air France and KLM
as two airlines.
"You've got to be careful of market speculation but it's flattering that people are talking about us," Clark said.