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Transat A T Inc T.TRZ.B

Sector: Consumer Cyclical | Sub-Sector: Leisure

Transat AT Inc is an integrated international tour operator in the Americas. It conducts its activities in the holiday travel industry and markets its products in the Americas and Europe.
Price: $8.69 | Change: $-0.01 | %Change: -0.11%
Volume: 29,806 | Day High/Low: 8.70/8.60 | 52 Week High/Low: 13.34/7.42
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This winter may be significantly better

Transat is applying a much lower cost model for this winter with their flexible fleet.  Fuel prices are lower but savings are not as yet being passed on to consumers.  The most significant negative...read more
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RE:RE:Whadya Know!?

You are correct.  I meant not directly connected to oil. ie, not a producer, e&p, service, hotel/camp, equipment maker etc.   It was poor wording on my part.  Yours was much better.  rate and reply
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RE:Whadya Know!?

How do you figure Transat is not attached to oil?!   I think the valid point is nice to find a stock that *benefits* from collapsing oil prices.  rate and reply
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Whadya Know!?

I've been mulling this over for the longest time.  As a value investor I look at airlines quite unfavorably.  But they have a lot of cash, fuel costs are dropping and it hasn't made a seasonal run yet...read more
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RE:RE:Q4 EPS beats estimates

A quick search of headlines, and you can tell that the media was not impressed.  On the other hand, if you listen to the CC or read the transcript at Seeking Alpha, analysts were congratulating the...read more
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RE:Q4 EPS beats estimates

So why the sell off? I guess the future lower jet fuel costs do not equal a lower future loonie. On another note, the earnings of TRZ.B were not considered as an event today in my BMO Investorline...read more
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Q4 EPS beats estimates

Adjusted EPS for Q4 was $1.27 vs. consensus of $1.09 Adjusted Annual EPS was $1.16 vs. consensus of $.91 Even Revenue beat with top line growth in Q4 to $845 million vs. analysts' prediction of $833...read more
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Finally a 50 day high!

At these low Oil prices Transat will have a great Xmas and Winter season in addition to locking in some low prices going forward which will ensure profitability going into the next 2 years. Just with...read more
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RE:Will Transat make it?

Transat has been around a long time. Over the years they have been profitable almost every quarter and have consoldated a lot of their industry. The Xmas and winter snowbird was expected to be very...read more
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RE:Fuel Costs

In the past they have hedged a small portion of oil costs. Still trying to pin down an exact number. The good news is that the next 2 quarters are expected to be very strong (seasonalty as always) and...read more
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Fuel Costs

I have been trying to find out how much of their fuel costs have been hedged going forward.  So far, not much.  I have only played Air Canada once for a little profit.   Here I think it might work. on...read more
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Franklin Templeton has acquired a 10% stake

As per a filing dated No 6th at SEDAR, they disclosed that they own 10.35% of the shares or 3,852,650. This is their first filing. Letko, Brosseau previously disclosed that it owns 15.1% of the...read more
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Will Transat make it?

Fuel price is , as for any airline, a major factor for TRZ and a few US Dollars more or less will determine profit or loss. Nothing new here. What I notice here is that the company is run by...read more
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RE:RE:Why 2015 may be Transat's year

Hi steenyboy.  I don't see them being acquired unless the Class A shareholders are interested in selling out.  There does not seem to be any indication that this is the case. It is interesting to...read more
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RE:Why 2015 may be Transat's year

Thank you Long Road for your analysis-which seems to explain a lot-on this company and where it is headed. Tour operations seem to be a low margin business which can easily be sideswiped by weather...read more
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Why 2015 may be Transat's year

Transat's management can be commended for doing a good job turning around the operations in the last 2 years, but what is missing from the results is growth and optimism regarding the company's future...read more
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RE:Analysts like stock

Like you I am happy TRZ.b beat analyst expectations by 2 cents. The falling loonie today as well as geo political overhangs makes this a hard stock to buy at present methinks. It is trading at the...read more
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Analysts like stock

In response to today's earnings report; Benoit Poirier of Desjardins Capital Markets said the better-than-expected results, unchanged outlook for the coming quarter and cost reduction initiatives...read more
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Q3 results will be below last year

Based on company's guidance and last year's results it is hard to see how Transat will be equal to last year's results. Analysts expect $.67 against an actual of $.80 for last year  rate and reply
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Raising capital to survive......

By selling handlex.... selling cargo selling hanguar...... selling, selling,,,,,,,, and rouge is coming.........from air canada we gonna see money out of those sale.....in a year or two But no more...read more

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