|Day Low/High||61.24 / 64.73|
|52 Wk Low/High||11.04 / 73.05|
TheStreet's Jim Cramer likes Visa's latest acquisition, is keeping an eye on Chipotle and money in aerospace could be put to better use than buying Boeing.
Airlines are bracing for bad weather during the peak Thanksgiving holiday, but Ted Reed says it was even worse during the 1993 American Airlines strike.
VistaJet and Wheels Up take global aircraft flight solutions to new heights.
The DOJ grounds a big airline merger as a UPS plane crashes causing problems for the group. Deere delivers and Apple gets Icahn'ed.
The Department of Justice challenged the merger between US Air and American Airlines. Ted Reed says it could cause months of damage.
Jill Malandrino and Andrew Keene of KeeneOnTheMarket.com take a look at some trades that were triggered by unusual options flow.
Jill Malandrino of TheStreet's OptionsProfits sets you up for trade on Valentines Day.
A look at the day's most searched trends on the Web, including Boeing as a 787 Dreamliner jet, which has been grounded for weeks over fire risk, is being allowed a one-time flight today.
The chart shows the regional carrier's stock is ascending rapidly and the sky's the limit.
Futures point to a moderately higher open for the final trading day of the year.
Holiday trading patterns are in control as volume remains below normal levels.
These hot ideas for 2012 include a couple of airlines, as well as a pair of financials names.
Why are traders putting on new option positions in this airliner, and how might these positions play out?
Today's consumer confidence data could give traders holding losing positions a chance to get out.
Another global credit crisis is brewing, so companies that carry a lot of debt are at high risk.
Worries over Greece, a warning from Deutsche Bank and fears of a China slowdown press down on global markets.
Also, three charts are trading below key moving averages and should be considered shorts when the market is weak.
Investors are putting on their rally caps in hopes of reversing Tuesday's widespread selloff.