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Deutsche Bank Identifies Next S&P 500 Candidates

Typically when stocks are added to the S&P 500, there is a flurry of buying as the stocks are actually inserted into the index and index funds. There is also ...
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America’s Best and Worst Airlines

As an industry, airlines received the fourth-worst score in the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) rankings of customer satisfaction. Only pay TV, social media companies and Internet service providers rank ...
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Cowen Says Buy These Top Airline Stocks Before Earnings

In the constant debate over whether the economy in improving, one item that should perk up the interest of the pundits is the pickup in the airline industry. In a ...
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Spirit Airlines Receives Lowest Scores Among Consumers

Which is the worst of the American airlines based on consumer complaints? A new reports says Spirit Airlines Inc. (NASDAQ: SAVE). The U.S. PIRG Education Fund released its “The Unfriendly Skies: Five Years ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Coupons.com, Micron, 3D Systems, Splunk, Stratasys and More

The first quarter of 2014 has already ended. While stocks are within striking distance of new highs again, investors still remain concerned that they will buy the top or get ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: BofA, NetApp, Stratasys, Symantec, Wells Fargo and More

The stock market was unable to hold new all-time highs, and investors are looking for both gains and protection in the next sell-off. 24/7 Wall St. reviews many analyst calls ...
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American Airlines on Pace for Record Annual Profit

Less than three months after its rebirth, American Airlines Group Inc. (NYSE: AAL) is on pace for a record annual profit, according to analysts surveyed by Bloomberg. The consensus estimate ...
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United Has Seen 22,500 Flight Cancellations Already in 2014, Guess About Guidance

Airline stocks have soared higher and higher. The age of consolidation is allowing the airlines to charge whatever they want, but 2014 is getting off to a rough start - ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Tesla, Verizon, VIVUS and More

Stocks are hitting new highs again as earnings season winds down, and now investors have to make careful considerations about how to position their portfolios. No one wants to knowingly ...
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American Airlines Traffic Boosts Stock to New High

The world's largest airline as measured by traffic announced on Monday that passenger traffic rose by 3.8% in January. Based on one month of actual data and two months of ...
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Air Cargo Weakness Threatens Airline Revenues

According to some estimates, up to 40% of the value of world trade travels by air. Thinking about that, the factoid has the ring of truth. You don’t need a ...
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Airline Demand Hits Record Levels

Airline demand not only rebounded out of the recession -- it skyrocketed to new records. If international travel is any reasonably measure of the global economy on both business-travel and ...
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Oppenheimer Institutional Portfolio Picks: Six Best Ideas for February

Most firms on Wall Street keep a very close eye on their highest ranked names and stocks to buy. They are also wary of giving investors a short time frame ...
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Southwest Airlines Now Can Fly to All 50 States

With decades-old restrictions removed, Southwest Airlines Co. (NYSE: LUV) can fly to all 50 states from its headquarters home of Dallas. For the first time, due to the end of ...
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Earnings in the Air: Southwest vs. United

Warren Buffett has said for years that he wants anyone to talk him out of owning an airline. That, of course, was before airlines became wildly profitable and before consolidation ...
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