EPS for Spirit Airlines, Inc. (SAVE) Expected At $1.35; Pimco Income Strategy Fund (PFL) Sentiment Is 1.27

| January 10, 2019

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Spirit Airlines, Inc.’s analysts see -8.16% EPS growth. The stock increased by 4.19% or $2.39 during the last trading session, reaching $59.45. About 726,531 shares traded. Spirit Airlines, Inc. (NYSE: SAVE) has risen 40.87% since January 10, 2018, and is uptrending. They anticipate $0.62 EPS change or 84.93% from last quarter’s $0.73 EPS. SAVE’s profit would be $92.15M giving it 11.01 P/E if the $1.35 EPS is correct. After having $1.47 EPS previously,

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