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港股异动 | 中银航空租赁(02588)午后涨近5% 部分滞俄飞机达成和解 附属已收到约2.08亿美元

Changes in Hong Kong stocks | Bank of China Aviation Leasing (02588) rose nearly 5% in the afternoon, and some stranded Russian aircraft reached a settlement, and subsidiaries have received about US$208 million

Zhitong Finance ·  11/21/2023 13:50

Bank of China Aviation Leasing (02588) rose nearly 5% in the afternoon, with a cumulative increase of more than 17% during the month. As of press release, it rose 4.35% to HK$56.35, with a turnover of HK$16.120,400.

The Zhitong Finance app learned that Bank of China Airlines Leasing (02588) rose nearly 5% in the afternoon, with a cumulative increase of more than 17% during the month. As of press release, it rose 4.35% to HK$56.35, with a turnover of HK$16.120,400.

According to the news, BOC Aviation (Ireland), a subsidiary of the company, has received about $208 million in cash payments and has stopped filing claims against NSK, Pobeda Airlines and other relevant Russian parties for these eight aircraft, according to an insurance settlement agreement reached with Russian insurance company NSK, NSK and NSK for the eight aircraft.

Guangfa Securities said that according to 17 aircraft, 570 million US dollars of pre-tax impairment, average impairment of 0.3-35 million US dollars, corresponding to compensation of US$208 million, corresponding to individual aircraft compensation of US$0.25-30 million, considering depreciation of aircraft age, single aircraft are still impaired; the impairment value of stranded Russian aircraft has rushed back for the first time, and it is expected that claims for stranded Russian aircraft will be settled one after another, driving performance growth; in addition, the company and American Airlines have reached a sale-and-leaseback agreement for 10 aircraft. One related agreement alleviates the concerns of the Chinese and US geopolitics about the company's global business, and the second is that the global rent continues to pick up background Next, it will help leading aircraft leasing companies such as Bank of China Airlines to reduce their burdens and accelerate development.

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