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No confidence in American Airlines management, say pilots group.
They have become a referendum on Trump's plans for lower corporate taxes.
President Trump is meeting with airline CEOs on Thursday.
Monday's market drop could mean recent advance is a thing of the past.
Stocks suffered their worst losses of the year as chaos surrounding President Donald Trump's immigration ban kept investors playing defense.
Shares made their low early in today's trading session and have been creeping higher since then.
The airline is mostly domestic, but LUV is being pulled down by this sectoral drop on Trump's immigration ban.
The scale is weighted toward the bears and industrial names in particular.
The stocks of companies that show good fundamentals are a buy, not a sell.
On Friday, investors will get quarterly results from American Airlines and the release of fourth quarter gross domestic product.
A new report shows that growth in U.S.-China travel markets has been dramatic, rising about 225% in seven years.
For the week of January 23, investors will be watching Donald Trump's first full week as President of the United States.
U.S. stocks were mixed Wednesday ahead of a closely watched press conference by President-elect Donald Trump.
The outlook for airline stocks is bright this year, even if oil prices move higher.
Airline stocks surged in the final months of 2016, and one analyst says 'it's time for a break' in the sector.
The game is evident in a number of sectors, including airlines and tech companies.
Keep an eye on price-to-earnings multiples for airline stocks, according to Jim Cramer.
Strong numbers from Western Digital and Southwest Airlines are helping to push up their peers.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average roared to new records and ended with weekly gains for the fifth time in a row.
American Airlines was in focus Friday after increasing its fourth quarter unit revenue outlook to a high of plus 1% versus the earlier lower forecast of a negative 2.5%.
Shares of American Airlines have nearly doubled since June, and a slight tick up oil prices won't keep them from moving higher in 2017.
These value stocks are quite attractive and sit at bargain basement prices.
The market consensus has flipped from disaster to euphoria. Opportunities still exist.
United, Delta, American and Southwest are new holdings for Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway.
The caveat is, they were a lot lower when he started accumulating them.
This is new doctrine having to do with innovation and the stifling of innovation to create new products.
The way to play these stocks now is to sit back and wait for a better entry point.