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Bull and Bear

Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Amazon, GM, SolarCity, Sunesis, United Continental, Disney, Valero and More

Stocks were looking for a small bounce on Friday. Again, the trend that keeps staying alive is that investors will buy every stock market sell-off when they think there are bargains. 24/7 ...
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United 787 Dreamliner

Low Oil Prices Translate Into Higher Profits for Big 3 Airlines

Oil prices declined an incredible 52% over the past year, according to CNN Money, and trade around $49 per barrel as of this writing. This served as a boon to ...
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United 787 Dreamliner

United Airlines Resumes Flights

United Continental Holdings Inc. (NYSE: UAL) experienced technical difficulties Wednesday morning and was forced to halt its flights temporarily. Currently, flights have resumed and systems are back online, but the ...
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American Airlines 787-8

Are Major Airliners Colluding?

CNBC reported that the Justice Department is currently investigating whether or not there is collusion among airlines. The goal of this alleged collusion is to grow the industry at a ...
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air travel

Are Airline Stocks Becoming Grossly Oversold?

Investing in airlines can feel a lot like a flying through fierce storms and turbulence. A sky-high flight can instantly become so bumpy and rough that some passengers just cannot ...
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Emirates 777-300ER

US and European Airlines Will Attack Subsidies to Mideast Carriers

In a clash that has been brewing for months, air carriers get a chance this week to battle head-on at the International Air Transport Association (IATA) annual meeting in Miami. ...
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United Airlines

3 Airline Stocks to Buy After Big Sell-Offs

After a multiyear rally that saw the airline stocks outperform many of the others on Wall Street, the transports, especially the airlines, have been murdered since the price of oil ...
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Why Credit Suisse Is Now Less Bullish on Airline Stocks

Since fuel prices began falling late last summer, the airline industry has taken advantage of these lower fuel costs like none other. Considering whether oil and fuel prices may or may not ...
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American Airlines 787-8

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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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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United Airlines

Why Southwest Trumped United Continental on Earnings

Among major airlines, Southwest Airlines Co. (NYSE: LUV) currently is considered one of the best run, but when earnings come around, how does it stack up against the competition like ...
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air travel

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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Bull and Bear

Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Alibaba, Altera, Dyax, HP, Kinder Morgan, Kors, Staples, Twitter and More

Stocks were indicated lower on Wednesday, an April Fool's trick for the first day of the quarter. Still, the bull market is six years old as the Dow Jones Industrial ...
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Why a Boeing 787-10 Costs $298 Million

On Friday, Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) announced that it had finalized an order with All Nippon Airways (ANA) for three of its 787-10 Dreamliners. At a list price of nearly ...
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Airbus A380 Emirates

Battle Between US, Persian Gulf Carriers Over Airline Routes Heats Up

The three largest U.S. airlines have charged three major Persian Gulf carriers with accepting $42 billion in subsidies over the past decade and using the money to steal market share on ...
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