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Airline Earnings Hit Runway Next Week (CAL, UAUA, DAL, AAI, AMR, LCC, ALK, JBLU, LUV, FAA)

Continental Airlines, Inc. (NYSE: CAL) may still be trying to score on its UAL Corporation (NASDAQ: UAUA) merger, but earnings season features almost every major airline next week.  The news ...
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Airline Industry – Reality and Fiction: A 10 Year Look Back

Is "growth" really returning to the airline industry? Based on almost daily press releases, airlines appear to be adding new destinations every week Analysis by AirlineFinancials.com shows most airlines are ...
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Media Digest 10/10/2010 Reuters, WSJ, NYTimes, FT, Bloomberg

Reuters:   The US  is stepping up the pressure on BP plc (NYSE: BP) as the government doubles spill estimates. Reuters:   Geithner says US patience on the yuan is  disappearing. Reuters:   ...
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Airline Customer Satisfaction Up First Time In Three Years

A new survey from JD Power shows that consumer satisfaction with airlines in North America rose for the first time in three years. Almost 12,000 people responded to the poll ...
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Media Digest 5/28/2010 Reuters, WSJ, NYTimes, FT, Bloomberg

Reuters:   Ford Motor (NYSE: F) may kill the Mercury  brand. Reuters:   Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) is finding a flood of Asian buyers for the iPad. Reuters:   Prudential plc is in ...
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Media Digest 5/24/2010 Reuters, WSJ, NYTimes, FT, Bloomberg

Reuters:   China avoided a commitment on the yuan's value during talks with the US. Reuters:   A Senate committee will look at the UAL (NASDAQ: UAUA) merger with Continental (NYSE: CAL). ...
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U.S. Airlines Finally Find The Course To Profits

By Robert Herbst AirlineFinancials.com estimates the nine largest US passenger airlines will end the 2nd quarter with over $1.4 billion in profits. This could increase to $1.8 billion if fuel ...
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Media Digest (5/18/2010) Reuters, WSJ, NYTimes, FT, Bloomberg

Reuters:   The US is going to probe the causes of the spill in the Gulf. Reuters:   Blackstone is dropping its bid for Fidelity National. Reuters:   The US and Ireland set ...
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The JetBlue $10 Ticket And The Return Of Airline Price Wars

It is easy to say that JetBlue's (NASDAQ: JBLU) $10 two-day ticket promotion is simply a gimmick to celebrate the carriers 10th anniversary, but it has dropped other fares to ...
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Suddenly, Airlines Looking Oversold (FAA, CAL, UAUA, LCC, AMR, DAL, LUV, JBLU)

After the Continental Airlines, Inc. (NYSE:CAL)  merger announcement with UAL Corporation (NASDAQ: UAUA) , something interesting happened in the sector.  Suddenly the valuations seemed too high.  Then the shares started ...
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Airline Value Questions (CAL, UAUA, LCC, AMR, LUV, JBLU)

Maybe it is the Iceland volcanic ash clouds, maybe it was the market, but more likely than not it was the state of airline mergers that crushed airlines today.  Continental ...
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The Eruption Epidemic: More Ash, More Cancelled Flights

The Eyjafjallajokull volcano in Iceland began to erupt again, grounding flights in the northern UK.  And there are fears that the nearby Katla volcano may be unstable. Airports around Europe may ...
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An “Inside Baseball” Look At UAL-Continental Deal–Labor Unions At The Core

By Robert Herbst And so it goes after years of trying, United Airlines (NASDAQ: UAUA) finally found a competing airline to say “yes.” Big “deals” usually mean there is ...
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24/7 Wall St. Poll: Continental & UAL Merger (CAL, UAUA, LCC)

Continental Airlines, Inc. (NYSE: CAL) and UAL Corporation (NASDAQ: UAUA) have done what has been speculated upon many occasions.  The two have announced a relative merger of equals, after talks ...
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The Twitter-24/7 Wall St. Stock Market Report 5.3 The Wisdom Of Crowds?

Twitter has, by most estimates, 100 million members, which makes it one of the largest social networks in the world. All major media companies are on Twitter and some ...
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