American Airlines Group Inc.

NASDAQ: AAL
$16.44
+$0.91 (+5.9%)
Closing price January 14, 2021
24/7 Wall St. is looking at some big analyst calls that we have seen so far on Monday.
While Boeing's 737 Max 8 is back in the air, many travelers are worried enough about the plane's track record that they want to avoid flying on one.
Monday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Apple, BP, CrowdStrike, Delta Air Lines, Moody's, NuStar Energy, PPL, Salesforce.com, Slack Technologies and Wells Fargo.
Friday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included BigCommerce, Chewy, Cisco Systems, Costco Wholesale, Darden Restaurants, Delta Air Lines, Dow, Lyft, Palantir Technologies, Southwest Airlines...
American Airlines has priced an underwritten offering of 38.5 million shares of common stock that could raise up to $500 million in fresh cash.
24/7 Wall St. took a look at some of the largest gainers in the airlines, hotels, cruises, movies, restaurants and so on that are set to benefit from a COVID-19 vaccine.
Three U.S. airlines reported third-quarter results Thursday morning. As expected, losses piled up, but things could have been a lot worse.
American Airlines is the first U.S. carrier to put a Boeing 737 Max flight back on its schedule for 2020. Whether that happens depends on how quickly the FAA can lift an order that ground the plane...
Here is what to expect from some of the most anticipated quarterly results due this week, including Netflix, Philip Morris and Tesla.
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included American Airlines, Beyond Meat, Cimarex, Cloudflare, CSX, Exxon, Micron, NetApp and Unity Software.
One way that the coronavirus pandemic has made U.S. air travel a bit better is fewer overbookings. Here are the airlines to fly to avoid being bumped or to get compensated if you volunteer to stay...
Some airlines and Disney theme parks have announced thousands of layoffs. Other airlines, theme parks and hotels are likely to follow suit.
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included DraftKings, Lululemon Athletica, Nvidia, Peloton Interactive, Pinterest, Southwest Airlines and Zillow.
Weekly jobless claims remain high, a sign the companies are cutting workers even as the headlines tout recovery. The layoff economy has returned with a vengeance.
If the other large U.S. carriers cut their workforces in line with American Airlines, the nationwide number easily could top 100,000.