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In Tuesday's Analysts' Actions, some major airlines are getting pushed higher today by one Wall Street firm this morning.
U.S. stocks opened sharply lower Tuesday as fears about Chinese growth slams global markets.
Jim Cramer answers viewers' Twitter questions on investing in Alcoa (AA), HCA Holdings (HCA), Citigroup (C), American Airlines (AAL) Monday from the floor of the NYSE.
Conditions still appear grim, but these picks should be able to weather the storm.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer answers Twitter questions on American Airlines (AAL), Vale (VALE), FuelCell (FCEL) and Apple (AAPL).
Falling oil means cheaper gas and jet fuel, which benefits consumers and shareholders.
Wall Street analysts covering American Airlines (AAL) better get their erasers ready because the drop in fuel prices will soon have them raising their earnings estimates.
Twitter (TWTR) slid to all-time lows on heavier-than-normal trading volume on Monday before recouping some of those losses.
Shares of American Airlines Group (AAL) are slipping in Friday trading after the airline reported mixed quarterly results.
For Friday July 24, TheStreet awaits quarterly financial results from Biogen (BIIB), AbbVie (ABBV), American Airlines Group (AAL), and Spirit Airlines (SAVE).
Jim Cramer is watching the airline group, which he says, ‘looks like it’s on fire.'
Futures are mixed as quarterly results begin to obscure Greece.
A miss tonight could provide a good opportunity to put the shares at the top of your queue.
Apple (AAPL) was the best performer on the Dow Friday, snapping a five-session losing streak.
Are we paying more than we should for airline tickets? The Department of Justice is looking into that.
Stocks powered through a volatile session caused by Greece uncertainty and closed higher, ahead of Thursday's jobs report.
Will you bet against Sonic's earnings because of Grexit?
Prices are depressed, but look like they're cleared for a takeoff.
Netflix (NFLX) hit a one-year high on speculation the streaming company might announce a stock split at its annual meeting.
Let's break down some price to earnings multiples to see if they add more value to the investment process.
Investors should wait for a few things to happen before diving in.
Jim Cramer answers viewers' Twitter (TWTR) questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.