Southwest Airlines

NYSE: LUV
$37.10
+$0.24 (+0.7%)
Closing price September 25, 2020
Now that the incredible “melt-up” rally seems done, 24/7 Wall St. screened the BofA Securities research universe looking for stocks that had lagged the massive tech rally and appear to be...
The COVID-19 recession has crushed the travel industry more than many other key industries. As the economy has started to reopen for business, the predictable rise in COVID-19 cases has the public...
24/7 Wall St. screened the BofA Securities airline stock universe looking for Buy-rated companies that make sense for investors now. These three are solid ideas for long-term growth investors.
Warren Buffett is known for trying to bring calm to the markets and signaling that America's greatest days are ahead of it. What does it signal when he chose not to acquire stocks after the recent...
These five quality American companies have through no fault of their own been absolutely crushed, some to levels not seen in years. Their stocks make good sense for growth investors looking for...
Boeing was in trouble long before the COVID-19 pandemic forever changed air travel. Things did not get better this weekend, given Warren Buffett’s bad news for airline stocks.
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Thursday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Carvana, Caterpillar, Dollar General, DraftKings, eBay, Facebook, Microsoft, Schlumberger, Spotify and Tesla.
When Boeing reports first-quarter results Wednesday morning, analysts are expecting a 25% dip in year-over-year revenues and a net loss per share of more than $1.50. The results could easily be...
Southwest Airlines posted a first-quarter loss Tuesday morning due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The company expects the second-quarter to be worse.
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included American Airlines, Chewy, Chipotle Mexican Grill, CommScope, Eli Lilly, IBM, Lyft, Oneok, Stitch Fix, Valero Energy and Williams Companies.
Ten U.S. airlines have agreed to terms with the Treasury Department to accept assistance from the $25 billion fund designated to keep airline employees working through the end of September.
With markets starting to pick up again, and the S&P 500 on track to have its best week (albeit truncated) since 1974, there might be a light at the end of the tunnel for some devastated stocks.
Monday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Baker Hughes, Chewy, Chubb, eBay, Etsy, Gannett, GoDaddy, PayPal, Spotify, Southwest Airlines, Starbucks, Tesla and Zoom Communications.
The number of people who travel by air on a given day has dropped by as much as 80%. That begs the question of whether the United States needs four big carriers.