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Baidu Inc (ADR)(NASDAQ:BIDU). The firm has been consistently making money from mobile search and according to analysts from Citi such as Ravi Sarathy, Muzhi Li and Gregory Zhao, the number of total paid clicks for searching queries is almost half of PC’s already.
The analysts opined that the mobile keyword coverage is higher than what was anticipated. But, they believe that paid clicks on smaller mobile screens would be done by users as there are fewer results on the screen.
Analysts have come to target price of $167 price using discounted cash flow analysis for the stock using conservative 14% cost of capital and EBITDA multiple of 12.5 times. The target price is about 32 times of 2013 earnings and 25 times of 2014 earnings.
Search engine giant Google would trade 20.4 times 2013 earnings and about 17.3 times 2014 earnings, whereas Baidu is expected to grow twice as fast over the next few years.
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AMR Corporation(OTCMKTS:AAMRQ) confirmed an increase in passenger traffic resulting in surge of revenues in August due to continuing demand for air travel. The airlines opined that passenger revenues per seat for flying one mile surged by 3 percent vis-à-vis August 2012.
The American increase, including the American Eagle regional carrier, was little bit lower as compared to increases at United, Delta, Southwest and US Airways.
Both American and Eagle’s traffic surged by 3.2 percent with passengers flying 12.75 billion miles last month whereas international traffic increased by 6.7 percent as more people flew to Asia and Latin America.
The capacity for both American and Eagle rose by 4.2 percent, with maximum growth on on international routes. There were also fewer empty sears with almost 85% occupancy.
American parent AMR Corp., which is trying to merge with US Airways, had filed for bankruptcy protection in 2011. The firm earned $220 million in the quarter ending June due to trimming of labour costs.
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