Shares of Delta Air Lines briefly fell more than 2 percent Wednesday after CFO Paul Jacobson delivered bearish remarks about the current quarter.
Jacobson said the airline giant expected second-quarter passenger unit revenue to drop closer to 4.5 percent on a year-over-year basis, versus a prior guidance of -2.5 percent to -4.5 percent.
He also said the firm expects operating profit margins to be near the lower end of its prior guidance.
Shares of Delta have stumbled this year, dropping nearly 18 percent.
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