ATLANTA, April 22, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) today reported financial results for the March quarter 2020 and outlined its response to the COVID-19 global pandemic.

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"These are truly unprecedented times for all of us, including the airline industry. Government travel restrictions and stay-at-home orders have been effective in slowing the spread of the virus, but have also severely impacted near-term demand for air travel, reducing our expected June quarter revenues by 90 percent, compared to a year ago," said Ed Bastian, Delta's chief executive officer. "Delta is taking decisive action to prioritize the safety of our employees and customers while protecting our business and bolstering liquidity. I am especially proud of the incredible work the Delta people are doing to keep our nation's airways open, playing an active role in the fight against the virus."

Bastian continued, "I would like to thank the President, members of Congress, and the Administration for their bipartisan support of the Payroll Support Program under the CARES Act, which recognizes the important role the airlines play in the U.S. economy. The Payroll Support Program will help safeguard Delta jobs while positioning our nation for recovery."

Response to COVID-19

Network and Customer Experience

To address the challenges of COVID-19, the company is taking the following actions:

  • Making significant capacity reductions for the June quarter versus prior year with total system capacity down 85 percent, including domestic down by 80 and international capacity down by 90 percent
  • Adopting new cleaning procedures on all flights, including fogging on all aircraft overnight and sanitizing high-touch areas like tray tables, entertainment screens, armrests and seat-back pockets before boarding
  • Taking steps to help employees and customers practice social distancing, including blocking middle seats, pausing automatic upgrades, modifying our boarding process and moving to essential meal service only
  • Extending 2020 Medallion Status an additional year, rolling Medallion Qualification Miles into 2021, and extending Delta SkyMiles American Express Card benefits and Delta Sky Club memberships
  • Giving customers flexibility to plan, re-book and travel including extending expiration on travel credits to two years

Community Response

Delta and its 90,000 employees are taking an active role in our nation's fight against the virus by:

  • Offering free flights to medical professionals fighting COVID-19 in the hardest-hit areas of the U.S.
  • Chartering international cargo-only flights to provide healthcare workers with materials needed to do their jobs
  • Operating charters and specially approved scheduled flights to nations around the world to repatriate more than 28,000 people displaced by the virus to the U.S.
  • Manufacturing tens of thousands of face shields and masks at Delta Flight Products to aid healthcare workers
  • Partnering with the U.S. military to develop and manufacture secure, sterile transport pods at Delta TechOps, which will safely transit infected personnel to hospitals and medical centers
  • Donating over 200,000 pounds of food to hospitals, first responders, community food banks, and organizations including Feeding America

Expense Management

The company expects June quarter total expenses to decline by approximately 50%, or $5 billion, over prior year due to reduced capacity, lower fuel and cost initiatives, including:

  • Parking more than 650 aircraft
  • Consolidating airport facilities, with temporary concourse and Delta Sky Club closures
  • Instituting a company-wide hiring freeze and offering voluntary leave options with 37,000 employees taking short-term unpaid leave
  • Reducing salary expense through pay reductions for executive management and reduced work schedules across organization

Balance Sheet, Cash and Liquidity

Delta's top financial priority remains preserving cash and enhancing liquidity. Accordingly, the company has taken the following actions:

  • Raised $5.4 billion of capital since early March, including securing a $3.0 billion secured term loan, closing $1.2 billion in aircraft sale leasebacks, issuing $1.1 billion in AA, A and B tranches of our 2020-1 Enhanced Equipment Trust Certificates (EETC), and funding $150 million in private aircraft mortgages to enhance liquidity and satisfy maturing obligations
  • Drew down $3 billion under existing revolving credit facilities
  • Reduced planned capital expenditures by more than $3 billion, including working with original equipment manufacturers to optimize the timing of our future aircraft deliveries and deferring aircraft mods, IT initiatives, and ground equipment refreshment
  • Extended payment terms with airports, vendors and lessors
  • Suspended shareholder returns, including the Company's stock repurchase program and future dividend payments

CARES Act Relief

The company expects to receive relief from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act in the following forms:

  • Payroll support of $5.4 billion, comprised of $3.8 billion of direct relief and a $1.6 billion low-interest, unsecured 10-year loan. Delta has already received $2.7 billion of these funds and expects to receive the remainder over the next three months. As consideration, the U.S. Treasury will receive warrants to purchase over 6.5 million shares of Delta common stock at a strike price of $24.39 with a 5-year maturity
  • Eligibility for $4.6 billion in secured loans, if the company chooses to apply and accept funds

"With the significant impact of COVID-19 on Delta's revenue, we were burning $100 million per day at the end of March. Through our decisive actions, we expect that cash burn to moderate to approximately $50 million per day by the end of the June quarter," said Paul Jacobson, Delta's chief financial officer. "The decade of work we put into the balance sheet to lower debt and build unencumbered assets has been critical to our success in raising capital and we expect to end the June quarter with approximately $10 billion in liquidity."

March Quarter Results

Adjusted results primarily exclude the impact of mark-to-market ("MTM") adjustments.


GAAP

$
Change

%
Change

($ in millions except per share and unit costs)

1Q20

1Q19

Pre-tax (loss)/income

(607)


946


(1,553)


NM

Net (loss)/income

(534)


730


(1,264)


NM

Diluted (loss)/earnings per share

(0.84)


1.09


(1.93)


NM

Operating revenue

8,592


10,472


(1,880)


(18)

%

Fuel expense

1,595


1,978


(383)


(19)

%

Average fuel price per gallon

1.81


2.06


(0.25)


(12)

%

Consolidated unit cost (CASM)

15.30


15.14


0.16


1

%

Total unit revenues (TRASM)

14.59


16.78


(2.19)


(13)

%

 


Adjusted

$
Change

%
Change

($ in millions except per share and unit costs)

1Q20

1Q19

Pre-tax (loss)/income

(422)


831


(1,254)


NM

Net (loss)/income

(326)


639


(965)


NM

Diluted (loss)/earnings per share

(0.51)


0.96


(1.47)


NM

Operating revenue

8,592


10,381


(1,789)


(17)

%

Fuel expense

1,602


1,963


(361)


(18)

%

Average fuel price per gallon

1.82


2.04


(0.23)


(11)

%

Consolidated unit cost (CASM-Ex)

12.58


11.49


1.09


9

%

Total unit revenues (TRASM, adjusted)

14.59


16.63


(2.04)


(12)

%

 

  • Adjusted pre-tax loss of $422 million or $0.51 per share
  • Total revenue of $8.6 billion, down 18 percent versus prior year, with total unit revenue down 13 percent
  • Total expense decreased $450 million driven by lower fuel, partially offset by higher revenue- and capacity-related expenses, with non-fuel unit cost (CASM-Ex) up 9 percent compared to prior year
  • Fuel expense decreased 19 percent relative to March quarter 2019. Delta's fuel price for the March quarter of $1.81 per gallon included a $29 million benefit from the refinery
  • At the end of the March quarter, the company had $6.0 billion in unrestricted liquidity

Forward Looking Statements

Statements in this press release that are not historical facts, including statements regarding our estimates, expectations, beliefs, intentions, projections or strategies for the future, may be "forward-looking statements" as defined in the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. All forward-looking statements involve a number of risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from the estimates, expectations, beliefs, intentions, projections and strategies reflected in or suggested by the forward-looking statements.  These risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to, the material adverse effect that the COVID-19 pandemic is having on our business; the impact of incurring significant debt in response to the pandemic; possible effects of accidents involving our aircraft; breaches or security lapses in our information technology systems; disruptions in our information technology infrastructure; our dependence on technology in our operations; the performance of our significant investments in airlines in other parts of the world; the restrictions that financial covenants in our financing agreements could have on our financial and business operations; labor issues; the effects of weather, natural disasters and seasonality on our business; the effects of an extended disruption in services provided by third parties; the cost of aircraft fuel; the availability of aircraft fuel; failure or inability of insurance to cover a significant liability at Monroe's Trainer refinery; the impact of environmental regulation on the Trainer refinery, including costs related to renewable fuel standard regulations; our ability to retain senior management and key employees; damage to our reputation and brand if we are exposed to significant adverse publicity; the effects of terrorist attacks or geopolitical conflict; competitive conditions in the airline industry; interruptions or disruptions in service at major airports at which we operate; the effects of extensive government regulation on our business; the impact of environmental regulation on our business; and the sensitivity of the airline industry to prolonged periods of stagnant or weak economic conditions; uncertainty in economic conditions and regulatory environment in the United Kingdom related to the exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union. 

Additional information concerning risks and uncertainties that could cause differences between actual results and forward-looking statements is contained in our Securities and Exchange Commission filings, including our Annual Report on Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended Dec. 31, 2019 and our Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q for the quarterly period ended March 31, 2020. Caution should be taken not to place undue reliance on our forward-looking statements, which represent our views only as of April 22, 2020, and which we have no current intention to update.


 

DELTA AIR LINES, INC.

Consolidated Statements of Operations

(Unaudited)







Three Months Ended




March 31,



(in millions, except per share data)

2020

2019

$ Change

% Change

Operating Revenue:





Passenger

$

7,569


$

9,254


$

(1,685)


(18)

%

Cargo

152


192


(40)


(21)

%

Other

871


1,026


(155)


(15)

%

  Total operating revenue

8,592


10,472


(1,880)


(18)

%






Operating Expense:





Salaries and related costs

2,771


2,639


132


5

%

Aircraft fuel and related taxes

1,595


1,978


(383)


(19)

%

Regional carriers expense, excluding fuel

902


893


9


1

%

Depreciation and amortization

678


615


63


10

%

Contracted services

675


632


43


7

%

Aircraft maintenance materials and outside repairs

469


476


(7)


(1)

%

Landing fees and other rents

467


419


48


11

%

Passenger commissions and other selling expenses

358


427


(69)


(16)

%

Passenger service

257


271


(14)


(5)

%

Ancillary businesses and refinery

219


351


(132)


(38)

%

Aircraft rent

100


102


(2)


(2)

%

Profit sharing


220


(220)


(100)

%

Other

511


429


82


19

%

Total operating expense

9,002


9,452


(450)


(5)

%






Operating (Loss)/Income

(410)


1,020


(1,430)


NM






Non-Operating Expense:





Interest expense, net

(79)


(83)


4


(5)

%

Gain/(loss) on investments, net

(112)


100


(212)


NM

Miscellaneous, net

(6)


(91)


85


(93)

%

Total non-operating expense, net

(197)


(74)


(123)


NM






(Loss)/Income Before Income Taxes

(607)


946


(1,553)


NM






Income Tax Benefit/(Provision)

73


(216)


289


NM






Net (Loss)/Income

$

(534)


$

730


$

(1,264)


NM






Basic (Loss)/Earnings Per Share

$

(0.84)


$

1.10




Diluted (Loss)/Earnings Per Share

$

(0.84)


$

1.09









Basic Weighted Average Shares Outstanding

637


665




Diluted Weighted Average Shares Outstanding

637


667










 

 

DELTA AIR LINES, INC.

Passenger Revenue

(Unaudited)






Three Months Ended




March 31,



(in millions)

2020

2019

$ Change

% Change

Ticket- Main cabin

$

3,798


$

4,721


$

(923)


(19.6)

%

Ticket- Business cabin and premium products

2,713


3,267


(554)


(17.0)

%

Loyalty travel awards

543


692


(149)


(21.5)

%

Travel-related services

515


574


(59)


(10.3)

%

Total passenger revenue

$

7,569


$

9,254


$

(1,685)


(18.2)

%
















DELTA AIR LINES, INC.

Other Revenue

(Unaudited)






Three Months Ended




March 31,



(in millions)

2020

2019

$ Change

% Change

Loyalty program

$

474


$

474


$


%

Ancillary businesses and refinery

223


369


(146)


(39.6)

%

Miscellaneous

174


183


(9)


(4.9)

%

Total other revenue

$

871


$

1,026


$

(155)


(15.1)

%






 

DELTA AIR LINES, INC.

Total Revenue

(Unaudited)













Increase (Decrease)





1Q20 versus 1Q19

Revenue


1Q20 ($M)


Change
YoY

Unit
Revenue

Yield

Capacity

       Domestic

$

5,601



(16.9)%

(16.0)%

(3.2)%

(1.1)%

Atlantic


818



(23.8)%

(13.3)%

(5.5)%

(12.1)%

Latin America


765



(11.2)%

(5.6)%

1.5%

(5.9)%

Pacific


385



(33.3)%

(9.3)%

1.0%

(26.5)%

Total Passenger

$

7,569



(18.2)%

(13.3)%

(2.0)%

(5.7)%

Cargo Revenue


152



(20.8)%




Other Revenue


871



(15.1)%




Total Revenue

$

8,592



(18.0)%

(13.1)%



       Third Party Refinery Sales








Total Revenue, adjusted

$

8,592



(17.2)%

(12.3)%











 

 

DELTA AIR LINES, INC.

Statistical Summary

(Unaudited)


Three Months Ended




March 31,




2020

2019

Change

Revenue passenger miles (millions)

43,062


51,617


(16.6)


%

Available seat miles (millions)

58,885


62,416


(5.7)


%

Passenger mile yield (cents)

17.58


17.93


(2.0)


%

Passenger revenue per available seat mile (cents)

12.85


14.83


(13.3)


%

Total revenue per available seat mile (cents)

14.59


16.78


(13.1)


%

TRASM, adjusted - see Note A (cents)

14.59


16.63


(12.3)


%

Operating cost per available seat mile (cents)

15.30


15.14


1.0


%

CASM-Ex - see Note A (cents)

12.58


11.49


9.5


%

Passenger load factor

73.1

%

82.7

%

(9.6)


pts

Fuel gallons consumed (millions)

880


962


(8.5)


%

Average price per fuel gallon

$

1.81


$

2.06


(12.1)


%

Average price per fuel gallon, adjusted - see Note A

$

1.82


$

2.04


(11.0)


%

Number of aircraft in fleet, end of period

677


1,039


(362)



 

 

DELTA AIR LINES, INC.

Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows

(Unaudited)


Three Months Ended


March 31,

(in millions)

2020

2019

Cash Flows From Operating Activities:



Net (loss) income

$

(534)


$

730


Depreciation and amortization

678


615


Deferred income taxes

21


219


Pension, postretirement and postemployment payments greater than expense

(75)


3


Change in receivables

682


(897)


Change in prepaids and other current assets

343


162


Changes in air traffic liability

482


1,938


Changes in profit sharing

(1,647)


(1,069)


Other, net

408


241


     Net cash provided by operating activities

358


1,942





Cash Flows From Investing Activities:



Property and equipment additions:



     Flight equipment, including advance payments

(629)


(1,059)


     Ground property and equipment, including technology

(308)


(301)


Redemption of short-term investments


206


Acquisition of strategic investments

(2,099)



Other, net

65


58


     Net cash used in investing activities

(2,971)


(1,096)





Cash Flows From Financing Activities:



Payments on debt and finance lease obligations

(1,238)


(1,285)


Repurchase of common stock

(344)


(1,325)


Cash dividends

(260)


(233)


Proceeds from short-term obligations

2,882


1,750


Proceeds from long-term obligations

3,962


500


Other, net

342


(16)


     Net cash provided by (used in) financing activities

5,344


(609)





Net Increase in Cash, Cash Equivalents and Restricted Cash Equivalents

2,731


237


Cash, cash equivalents and restricted cash equivalents at beginning of period

3,730


2,748


Cash, cash equivalents and restricted cash equivalents at end of period

$               6,461


$               2,985





The following table provides a reconciliation of cash, cash equivalents and restricted cash reported within the Consolidated Balance Sheets to the total of the same such amounts shown above:




Current assets:



     Cash and cash equivalents

$

5,967


$

1,910


     Restricted cash included in prepaid expenses and other

39


57


Other assets:



     Cash restricted for airport construction

455


1,018


Total cash, cash equivalents and restricted cash equivalents

$

6,461


$

2,985


 


 

DELTA AIR LINES, INC.

Consolidated Balance Sheets

(Unaudited)








March 31,


December 31,

(in millions)

2020


2019

ASSETS

Current Assets:





Cash and cash equivalents

$

5,967



$

2,882



Accounts receivable, net

2,280



2,854



Fuel inventory

439



730



Expendable parts and supplies inventories, net

535



521



Prepaid expenses and other

1,054



1,262



     Total current assets

10,275



8,249







Property and Equipment, Net:





Property and equipment, net

31,644



31,310







Other Assets:





Operating lease right-of-use assets

5,488



5,627



Goodwill

9,753



9,781



Identifiable intangibles, net

6,019



5,163



Cash restricted for airport construction

455



636



Equity investments

3,684



2,568



Other noncurrent assets

1,420



1,198



     Total other assets

26,819



24,973


Total assets

$

68,738



$

64,532







LIABILITIES AND STOCKHOLDERS' EQUITY

Current Liabilities:





Current maturities of debt and finance leases

$

4,337



$

2,287



Current maturities of operating leases

768



801



Air traffic liability

5,598



5,116



Accounts payable

3,337



3,266



Accrued salaries and related benefits

1,844



3,701



Loyalty program deferred revenue

1,099



3,219



Fuel card obligation

1,100



736



Other accrued liabilities

1,309



1,078



     Total current liabilities

19,392



20,204







Noncurrent Liabilities:





Debt and finance leases

12,662



8,873



Pension, postretirement and related benefits

8,285



8,452



Loyalty program deferred revenue

5,718



3,509



Noncurrent operating leases

5,204



5,294



Deferred income taxes, net

1,502



1,456



Other noncurrent liabilities

1,666



1,386



     Total noncurrent liabilities

35,037



28,970







Commitments and Contingencies









Stockholders' Equity:

14,309



15,358


Total liabilities and stockholders' equity

$

68,738



$

64,532


Note A: The following tables show reconciliations of non-GAAP financial measures. The reasons Delta uses these measures are described below. Reconciliations may not calculate due to rounding. 

Delta sometimes uses information ("non-GAAP financial measures") that is derived from the Consolidated Financial Statements, but that is not presented in accordance with accounting principles generally accepted in the U.S. ("GAAP"). Under the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission rules, non-GAAP financial measures may be considered in addition to results prepared in accordance with GAAP, but should not be considered a substitute for or superior to GAAP results. The tables below show reconciliations of non-GAAP financial measures used in this release to the most directly comparable GAAP financial measures.

Forward Looking Projections. The Company is not able to reconcile forward looking non-GAAP financial measures because the adjusting items such as those used in the reconciliations below will not be known until the end of the period and could be significant. 

Pre-Tax (Loss)/Income and Net (Loss)/Income, adjusted. We adjust pre-tax (loss)/income and net (loss)/income for the following items to determine pre-tax (loss)/income and net (loss)/income, adjusted for the reasons described below. We include the income tax effect of adjustments when presenting net (loss)/income, adjusted.

MTM adjustments and settlements on hedges. Mark-to-market ("MTM") adjustments are defined as fair value changes recorded in periods other than the settlement period. Such fair value changes are not necessarily indicative of the actual settlement value of the underlying hedge in the contract settlement period. Settlements represent cash received or paid on hedge contracts settled during the applicable period. 

Equity investment MTM adjustments. We record our proportionate share of earnings/loss from our equity investments in Virgin Atlantic and Aeroméxico in non-operating expense. We adjust for our equity method investees' hedge portfolio MTM adjustments to allow investors to understand and analyze our core operational performance in the periods shown.

MTM adjustments on investments. Unrealized gains/losses on our equity investments in GOL, China Eastern, Air France-KLM and Hanjin-KAL, the largest shareholder of Korean Air, which are accounted for at fair value in non-operating expense, are driven by changes in stock prices and foreign currency. During the December 2019 quarter, we sold our GOL investment, which generated a gain in adjusted results that had previously been included in GAAP results. Adjusting for these gains/losses allows investors to better understand and analyze our core operational performance in the periods shown. 

Delta Private Jets adjustment. Because we combined Delta Private Jets with Wheels Up in January 2020, we have excluded the impact of Delta Private Jets from 2019 results for comparability.


Three Months Ended


Three Months Ended


March 31, 2020


March 31, 2020


Pre-Tax

Income

Net


Net Loss

(in millions, except per share data)

Loss

Tax

Loss


 Per Diluted Share

GAAP

$

(607)


$

73


$

(534)



$

(0.84)


Adjusted for:






     MTM adjustments and settlements on hedges

(7)


2


(5)




     Equity investment MTM adjustments

69


(16)


53




     MTM adjustments on investments

123


37


160




Total adjustments

185


23


208



0.33


Non-GAAP

$

(422)


$

96


$

(326)



$

(0.51)















Three Months Ended


Three Months Ended


March 31, 2019


March 31, 2019


Pre-Tax

Income

Net


Net Income

(in millions, except per share data)

Income

Tax

Income


 Per Diluted Share

GAAP

$

946


$

(216)


$

730



$

1.09


Adjusted for:






     MTM adjustments and settlements on hedges

8


(2)


6




     Equity investment MTM adjustments

(21)


5


(16)




     MTM adjustments on investments

(100)


20


(80)




     Delta Private Jets adjustment

(1)



(1)




Total adjustments

(115)


23


(91)



(0.13)


Non-GAAP

$

831


$

193


$

639



$

0.96








Non-Fuel Unit Cost or Cost per Available Seat Mile, ("CASM-Ex"). We adjust CASM for the following items to determine CASM-Ex for the reasons described below. We adjust for the Delta Private Jets sale for the same reason described above under the heading pre-tax (loss)/income and net (loss)/income, adjusted.

Aircraft fuel and related taxes. The volatility in fuel prices impacts the comparability of year-over-year financial performance. The adjustment for aircraft fuel and related taxes allows investors to understand and analyze our non-fuel costs and year-over-year financial performance.

Third-party refinery sales. We adjust CASM for refinery sales to third parties to determine CASM-Ex because these revenues are not related to our airline segment. CASM-Ex therefore provides a more meaningful comparison of revenue from our airline operations to the rest of the airline industry.

Profit sharing. We adjust for profit sharing because this adjustment allows investors to better understand and analyze our recurring cost performance and provides a more meaningful comparison of our core operating costs to the airline industry.





Three Months Ended







March 31, 2020


March 31, 2019


Change

CASM (cents)

15.30



15.14




Adjusted for:






     Aircraft fuel and related taxes

(2.72)



(3.17)




     Third-party refinery sales



(0.08)




     Profit sharing



(0.35)




     Delta Private Jets adjustment



(0.05)




CASM-Ex

12.58



11.49



9

%












Operating Revenue, adjusted and Total Revenue Per Available Seat Mile ("TRASM"), adjusted. We adjust operating revenue and TRASM for refinery sales to third parties for the same reason described under the heading non-fuel unit cost or cost per available seat mile. We adjust for the Delta Private Jets sale for the same reason described above under the heading pre-tax (loss)/income and net (loss)/income, adjusted. Operating revenue, adjusted and TRASM, adjusted therefore provide a more meaningful comparison of revenue from our airline operations to the rest of the airline industry.




Three Months Ended



(in millions)


March 31, 2020


March 31, 2019


Change

Operating revenue

$

8,592



$

10,472




Adjusted for:






     Third-party refinery sales



(48)




     Delta Private Jets adjustment



(43)




Operating revenue, adjusted

$

8,592



$

10,381



(17.2)

%












Three Months Ended





March 31, 2020


March 31, 2019


Change

TRASM (cents)

14.59



16.78




Adjusted for:






     Third-party refinery sales



(0.08)




     Delta Private Jets adjustment



(0.07)




TRASM, adjusted

14.59



16.63



(12.3)

%









Fuel expense, adjusted and Average fuel price per gallon, adjusted. The tables below show the components of fuel expense, including the impact of hedging and the refinery on fuel expense and average price per gallon. We then adjust for MTM adjustments and settlements on hedges and the Delta Private Jets sale for the same reasons described under the heading pre-tax (loss)/income and net (loss)/ income, adjusted.







Average Price Per Gallon



Three Months Ended



Three Months Ended



March 31,



March 31,

(in millions, except per gallon data)

2020

2019



2020

2019

Fuel purchase cost

$

1,631


$

1,936




$

1.85


$

2.01


Fuel hedge impact

(7)


8




(0.01)


0.01


Refinery segment impact

(29)


34




(0.03)


0.04


Total fuel expense

$

1,595


$

1,978




$

1.81


$

2.06


MTM adjustments and settlements on hedges

7


(8)




0.01


(0.01)


Delta Private Jets adjustment


(7)





(0.01)


Total fuel expense, adjusted

$

1,602


$

1,963




$

1.82


$

2.04









 

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