JPMorgan Chase

December 4, 2009 - 3:17am

JPMorgan Global Equity Research yesterday issued its December Business Jet Monthly report, which notes that November’s used business jet inventory saw a modest decline, marking the fourth consecutive month of shrinkage in the number of active aircraft available for sale. The midsize class saw the biggest inventory decrease, while the number of available light jets remained relatively unchanged from the previous month.

November 23, 2009 - 5:58am

JPMorgan’s latest business jet monthly report indicates that October was another month of modest improvement in aircraft demand and utilization. Further, pre-owned business jet inventories fell for the third straight month, “and the peak for this cycle now seems more firmly behind us, but they remain at very high absolute levels,” noted aerospace analyst Joseph Nadol III.

November 5, 2009 - 10:36am

JPMorgan’s latest business jet monthly report, released yesterday, indicates that October was another month of modest improvement in aircraft demand and utilization. Further, pre-owned business jet inventories fell for the third straight month, “and the peak for this cycle now seems more firmly behind us, but they remain at very high absolute levels,” noted JPMorgan aerospace analyst Joseph Nadol III.

November 2, 2009 - 4:29am

According to a monthly business jet report issued by JPMorgan last month, the pre-owned market recovery continues though new jet demand is expected to lag.

October 8, 2009 - 10:59am

According to a monthly business jet report issued by JPMorgan this week, the pre-owned market recovery continues though new jet demand is expected to lag.

September 30, 2009 - 6:09am

“We’ve felt a more positive vibe on business jets recently, with used inventory ticking down slightly and flight operations edging upward,” JPMorgan Equity Research aerospace analyst Joseph Nadol III said last month.

September 10, 2009 - 10:57am

“We’ve felt a more positive vibe on business jets recently, with used inventory ticking down slightly and flight operations edging upward,” JPMorgan Equity Research aerospace analyst Joseph Nadol III said this week.

August 25, 2009 - 11:16am

J.P. Morgan’s latest business jet report indicates “evidence of stabilization” in the business jet market “but no improvement.” According to the report, pre-owned business jet inventories remain at record highs–staying at about 14.5 percent of the in-service fleet for the fifth consecutive month–but have not gotten much worse. Pre-owned aircraft prices have continued “a steady downward march toward supply-demand equilibrium,” noted J.P.

August 6, 2009 - 12:33pm

Data from a J.P. Morgan business jet report released on Tuesday indicates "evidence of stabilization" in the business jet market "but no improvement." According to the report, pre-owned business jet inventories remain at record highs–staying at about 14.5 percent of the in-service fleet for the fifth consecutive month–but have not gotten much worse. Large-cabin and light jet inventories increased slightly, while midsize jets eased a bit.

June 11, 2009 - 12:04pm

Pre-owned business jet inventories are stabilizing, but recovery of the business aircraft industry “still looks far off,” according to a recently released report from J.P. Morgan Research. The investment research firm said pre-owned inventories remained flat last month at 14.4 percent, marking the second consecutive month of status quo after rising for 14 months.

 
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