JetBlue Airways

-$0.51 (-4.6%)
Closing price July 7, 2020
Monday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations included American Water Works, Apple, Arconic, AT&T, Carnival, RingCentral, SmileDirect and Uber.
It is no secret that some sectors have companies that largely move in tandem, and the airline industry usually fits that bill, barring any major accidents or other company-specific drags.
JetBlue Airways is ready to take off for investors. That's the message from Tuesday's top analyst upgrades.
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A new report on U.S. airlines quality showed the highest quality ranking in the 29-year history of the rankings.
The image of the chief executive officer of a major company is not someone who picks up trash. However, that is what happened recently on a major airline. The head of the carrier walked through the...
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Monday included Apple, China Mobile, Duke Energy, Facebook, JetBlue, Oracle, Spirit Airlines, TCR2 Therapeutics and Vivint Solar.
  The U.S. airline carriers have been given a deep-dive review from Credit Suisse on Monday as the firm initiated coverage on the sector. Credit Suisse initiated airline sector coverage with an...
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and other research calls on Tuesday included Akamai Technologies, JetBlue Airways, Nordstrom, Nvidia, On Semiconductor, Southwest Airlines and Ventas.
Most of the major airlines are reporting this week and 24/7 Wall St. has put together a preview of what to expect from these results.
Oil prices have surged above $70 a barrel, and the period of freewheeling air travel and low ticket prices may be about to end.
AT&T, Ford, JetBlue, and New York Community Bancorp all posted new 52-week lows Wednesday.
JetBlue, Whirlpool, eBay, and 3M all posted new 52-week lows Tuesday.
JetBlue Airways reported its most recent quarterly results before the markets opened on Tuesday, and shares tumbled afterward.