Unexpected Revenue Boost Helps Spirit’s Quarterly Margin
Spirit Airlines says it will report a healthy first-quarter profit margin that the carrier attributes to “better-than-expected revenue.” After stock markets closed on April 18, Spirit told investors to expect a margin of 21.5%, which is above the previously forecast range of 19-20.5%. Spirit said it...
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