|Day Low/High||12.69 / 13.58|
|52 Wk Low/High||8.25 / 30.78|
The cost of owning options in AAL is the cheapest in the last two years.
Low oil prices have taken a huge toll on mining companies like BHP Billiton, but one analyst said the company has fared better than rivals like Glencore and Anglo American.
Shareholders should take a page from American's book and consider hopping onboard with ViaSat; after all, its not clear whether Gogo will have a reliable parachute if it gets booted.
Despite a reported meeting between Saudi Arabia, Russia and two OPEC members this week that may freeze oil production at January levels, the major U.S. airlines encountered little turbulence in the prospect of higher fuel costs.
In other words, these seemingly cheap stocks are actually very expensive.
U.S. stocks kicked off Tuesday’s session to the downside as declines in oil fanned fears of a global recession.
Owning GSK May calls may give a nice payout on any good news regarding a Zika virus vaccine.
The Bank of Japan's decision to adopt a negative interest rate has lifted global markets.
Fear of losing money equates to fear of owning stocks right now, and nothing else seems to matter.
Buy cheap names that will benefit from low oil prices instead.
It is apparent from market action this month and last that sellers are waiting just above current levels.
Imagine what would happen if we actually get some good news.
It's not how it should be, but it seems to be the norm these days.
Stock closed near session highs Monday, snapping a three-session losing streak, after the markets saw a choppy start following the deadly terror attacks in Paris on Friday.
The People's Bank of China cut rates for the 6th time since November.
For Friday October 23, TheStreet awaits quarterly results from Procter & Gamble (PG), American Airlines Group (AAL) and Royal Caribbean Cruises (RCL).
AAL could rally back into overhead resistance in the $50 to $55 area.
Shares poised for upside as airlines in general have performed well.
For the week of October 19, TheStreet awaits quarterly results McDonald’s (MCD), IBM (IBM), Morgan Stanley (MS), Verizon (VZ), General Motors (GM), Boeing (BA), Chipotle (CMG) and more.
China posted its weakest quarterly economic growth since the global financial crisis.
In Tuesday's analysts' actions, some airline stocks are pushed lower by analysts and another Wall Street firm slaps VMware (VMW) with a downgrade.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average clinched a six-day winning streak, its longest of the year, but it was not without effort.
American Airlines is trading at the low end of its range and likely will creep higher.
Tableau Software (DATA) stumbled Thursday after competitor Oracle (ORCL) reported a drop in sales and lowered its revenue outlook.
In Tuesday's Analysts' Actions, some major airlines are getting pushed higher today by one Wall Street firm this morning.