SPIRIT AIRLINES INC (NASDAQ:SAVE)

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Will Spirit Airlines Remain the Most Profitable US Carrier?

Spirit Airlines Inc. (NASDAQ: SAVE) reported second-quarter 2015 results before markets opened Friday. The ultra-low cost air carrier posted adjusted diluted earnings per share (EPS) of $1.03 on revenues of ...
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Bull and Bear

Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Bankrate, Eli Lilly, Embraer, Oracle, Southwest Air and More

Stocks were higher on Thursday morning as investors start to move past Greece and think about a Federal Reserve that still looks somewhat dovish. The one path that keeps emerging ...
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Is a Price War Brewing in the Airlines Industry?

Airline stocks were thrashed Wednesday, but then that’s the price of a price war. All the signs are pointing at a price war, and investors are not waiting around to ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: JetBlue, Salesforce.com, Staples, Whiting, Yelp and More

Stocks were trading very marginally lower on Thursday, a day after the FOMC delayed the rate hike timing expectations. This week has seen more selling of stocks, but the trend ...
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Spirit Jet

Spirit Is America’s Most Profitable Airline

Although Spirit Airlines Inc. (NASDAQ: SAVE) is the U.S. airline most hated by its passengers, investors have little to complain about. Spirit boasts the highest profit margin of any U.S. carrier, ...
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How Spirit Airlines Makes Money While Being Hated

Spirit Airlines Inc. (NASDAQ: SAVE) could not have done much worse in the widely regarded American Customer Satisfaction Index for the airline carrier business. Against an industry average 71 on a ...
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Deutsche Bank Has 4 Airline Stocks to Buy With Big Upside Potential

If one theme dominates current Wall Street headlines, it is the strong dollar and currency headwinds. For the major airlines with big international routes into the United States, that could ...
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5 Merrill Lynch SMID-Cap Alpha Stocks to Buy Now

For years the Russell 2000 has underperformed the S&P 500 as investors sought the largest and most liquid stocks to own as the 2008 collapse still resonated firmly in their ...
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Bull and Bear

Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Gap, Rio Tinto, Tesoro, Valero, Zynga and More

Stocks were higher on Friday the 13th. For over two years now, investors have used every single pullback as a chance to keep buying stocks they wanted to own or ...
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America’s Most Hated Companies

To be truly hated, a company must alienate a large number of people. It may irritate consumers with bad customer service, upset employees by paying low wages, and disappoint Wall ...
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2 US Airlines Among World’s Safest

Given the number of lives lost in 2014 due to airplane crashes, it may seem a bit cynical to review a report on airline safety. However, an airline safety rating ...
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JetBlue

JetBlue Adds Fees, Removes Legroom to Raise Profits

Over the past 10 years, shares of JetBlue Airways Corp. (NASDAQ: JBLU) have lost nearly 16% of their value, while another low-cost air carrier, Southwest Airlines Co. (NYSE: LUV) has ...
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investor research

Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Apple, eBay, Netflix, Mobileye, Tiffany, Twitter and More

Stocks were looking for direction in the early indications for Wednesday. Still, investors are looking for opportunities with stocks effectively at all-time highs. Each morning of the week, 24/7 Wall ...
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United Airlines

United Is America’s Worst Airline

U.S. airlines are among the lowest-rated industries in the country when it comes to customer satisfaction. According a survey completed earlier this year by the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI), ...
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Airline Fee Revenues Skyrocket 1,200% Over 7 Years

If it weren't for the various ancillary revenues that airlines have cobbled together over the past several years, the industry would likely be in much worse shape. In 2007, 23 ...
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