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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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What Drove Norfolk Southern Earnings Lower

We have another warning in the transportation sector. In March, Kansas City Southern (NYSE: KSU) warned that it would have a weaker-than-expected first quarter due to lower fuel revenues. It ...
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Why This Analyst Is So Positive on Delta Air

Delta Air Lines Inc. (NYSE: DAL) has been riding high on lower oil prices throughout the past year, and it looks like the airline will continue to do so, according ...
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How Airlines Have to Treat the Risks After This Tragic Plane Crash

The tragic plane crash in Europe this week has turned out to be even more tragic than most travelers and media watchers may have ever imagined. The copilot appears to ...
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The World’s Safest Airlines Include Lufthansa

Lufthansa made the AirlineRatings.com list of the "World's Safest Airlines for 2015." It is a sign that even carriers with impeccable records can suffer a tragic accident like the one ...
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Nordic American Tankers Dividend Yield May Go Over 10%

It is no secret that investors love dividends. The higher the better, particularly if they are safe dividends or if they are rising ones. The chairman and chief executive of ...
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FedEx Earnings: When So-So Is Good Enough

FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX) reported its fiscal third-quarter financial results before the markets opened Wednesday. The global courier had $2.01 in earnings per share (EPS) on $11.7 billion in revenue, ...
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Air Travel Surges to Highest Level in 7 Years

Airlines have been able to raise ticket prices almost at will, it seems. They have added fees for everything from baggage to blankets. Add to those advantages a plunge in ...
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Uber to Create 1 Million Jobs for Women Drivers

While the announcement could be a publicity stunt for a company that has generated a large amount of negative press, Uber management said with regard to its plans to help female workers worldwide ...
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Uber Website Traffic Tops 3 Million

In a sign of the rise of Uber as a mode of transportation, traffic to its website reached 3.2 million unique visitors in the United States during January, up 740% ...
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January Traffic Stalls at Two Airlines

Both Southwest Airlines Co. (NYSE: LUV) and American Airlines Group Inc. (NASDAQ: AAL) reported January traffic numbers Monday morning, and investors are less than enthusiastic. Southwest’s revenue passenger miles rose ...
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Airlines Hit New Highs, Driven by Earnings and Oil

Falling oil prices over the past seven months have negatively impacted some industries. However, one big winner from lower crude prices has been the airlines. The lower cost oil yields a lower cost ...
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United, Southwest Shares Take Off After Earnings

United Continental Holdings Inc. (NYSE: UAL) and Southwest Airlines Co. (NYSE: LUV) both reported fourth-quarter and full-year earnings before markets opened on Thursday. In the wake of Delta Air Lines ...
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Credit Suisse Still Very Bullish on Rails Despite Oil Woes

Credit Suisse is maintaining a bullish case for rail transportation despite the 55% drop in crude oil prices since last July. Relative to industrials, the firm considers railroads a strong play ...
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Credit Suisse’s Top Airline Stocks for 2015

As oil prices continued to fall in the second half of 2014, airline stocks soared higher on improved margins, and more investors are looking into this industry. Credit Suisse issued ...
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