AerCap shares slip


Shares in Dublin-based lessor AerCap slipped 3.2% yesterday, down 12.9% from the peak seen in early Feb-2011. The company reported a 2010 net profit of USD207.6 million last week, up 26% year-on-year.

  • Shares in AerCap, a Dublin-based lessor, dropped 3.2% and were down 12.9% from their peak in early February 2011.
  • AerCap reported a net profit of USD 207.6 million for 2010, representing a 26% increase compared to the previous year.
  • Other lessors experienced positive share price movements, with Aircastle being the strongest performer, up 1.5%.
  • The daily share price movements indicate a mixed performance among lessors in the aviation industry.
  • AerCap's decline in share price suggests a potential concern among investors.
  • The overall performance of lessors in the market may be influenced by various factors such as market conditions, lease agreements, and fleet composition.

Other lessors generally gained ground and Aircastle was the strongest, up 1.5%.

Selected Lessors daily share price movements (% change): 1-Mar-2011

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