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Amadeus IT Group SA A AMS Stock Quote

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  • Last Close 59.94
  • Sector Consumer Cyclical
  • Industry Travel Services
  • Investment Style Large Growth
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  • Volume / Avg  /  779,666.4
  • Price / Sales 6.76
  • Price / Book 5.85
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Amadeus' Air Booking Demand Recovery Intact Amid Economic Growth Headwinds

Dan Wasiolek Senior Equity Analyst

Business Strategy and Outlook

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While Amadeus still stands to see material near-term corporate demand headwind from the coronavirus and geopolitical conflict, we expect its leadership position in global distribution systems, or GDS, to endure during the next several years, driven by its leading network of airline content and travel agency customers as well as its healthy position in software solutions for these carriers and agents. Amadeus is the largest of the three GDS operators (narrow-moat Sabre is number two, followed by privately held Travelport) that control nearly 100% of market volume.

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Business Description

Among the top three operators, Amadeus' 40%-plus market share in air global distribution system bookings is the largest in the industry. The GDS segment represented 56% of total prepandemic revenue in 2019. The company has a growing IT solutions division (44% of 2019 revenue) that addresses the airline, airport, rail, hotel, and business intelligence markets. Transaction fees, which are tied to volume and not price, account for the bulk of revenue and profits.

Salvador de Madariaga, 1
Madrid, 28027, ESP
Industry Travel Services
Employees 15,755

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No. AMS does not currently have a forward dividend yield.
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AMS’s market cap is 27.12 Bil.
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AMS’s stock style is Large Growth.
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