|Day Low/High||53.18 / 53.99|
|52 Wk Low/High||45.08 / 63.44|
U.S. stocks struggle to hold onto slight gains after a terrorist attack overnight casts a shadow over global markets.
Recovery after a plunge seems to be the pattern for the quarter.
At a certain point, anecdotal evidence piles up to the point that it becomes empirical.
Delta Air Lines shares are higher Thursday despite reporting mixed second-quarter results.
U.S. stocks gained steam on Thursday, reaching record highs in the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
On Thursday, investors await earnings from JPMorgan Chase and a possible rate cut by the Bank of England.
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An earlier rally lasted through the afternoon, pushing the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average to close at fresh records.
Autos here and abroad, airlines, oil … the list goes on.
They need to do something that makes them stand out as stocks you want to own, not avoid.
Investors are gearing up for the start of second quarter earnings season this week.
While the model has been lagging of late, over the long run it has been a very smooth performer that consistently beats the market.
We're back at the top of the trading range, with indecision seeming to be the market condition again.
Uncertainty over the timeline and execution of the United Kingdom's exit from the European Union left markets rattled.
Shares of Delta and American Airlines both traded down sharply in Monday's session on Brexit worries.
Brexit worries continued to weigh on markets in Monday's trading.
Markets trade in negative territory amid global macro concerns.
JetBlue announced a fare hike, and maybe rival carriers will follow.
U.S. stocks sunk on Friday, following a much weaker-than-expected May jobs report.
There are more price wars going on in the airline industry than people realize and that should make investors wary about jumping into airline stocks, says Jim Cramer.
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Rallies don't seem to last, and support at $40 has grown more important as it has been tested many times.
The airline's chronic underachievement is seen by some as a sign of structural issues that can't be resolved without pullbacks and divestitures.
Jim Cramer says United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz has a long slog ahead.