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Stocks suffered their worst losses of the year as chaos surrounding President Donald Trump's immigration ban kept investors playing defense.
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.
Protests and court orders ruled the weekend after President Trump signed an executive order limiting immigration from certain Muslim-majority countries.
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A new report shows that growth in U.S.-China travel markets has been dramatic, rising about 225% in seven years.
The company has become an unstoppable force, growing to meet the huge demand it has created.
U.S. stocks moved lower on Thursday after the Dow posted a nearly 100-point gain on Wednesday, following President-elect Donald Trump's first news conference in months.
Delta's earnings beat expectations, and airline stock were rising in response.
This is what you need to know before the market opens on Thursday.
On Thursday, investors await quarterly results from Delta Air Lines and remarks from a host of Federal Reserve speakers.
Jim Cramer says he is cautious about Delta because Delta is cautious.
2017 is shaping up to be a good year for airlines, according to Deutsche Bank.
The strengthening dollar probably won't destroy fourth-quarter earnings season.
The terror that the futures struck, rightly or wrongly, has disappeared.
The outlook for airline stocks is bright this year, even if oil prices move higher.
In the week of Jan. 9, a host of major banks will report earnings.
Compared to the markets 17 years ago, after the tech bubble burst, we are only now getting into the green.
Boeing's 2016 deliveries totaled 748 commercial jetliners, topping estimates of 745.
Airline stocks surged in the final months of 2016, and one analyst says 'it's time for a break' in the sector.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average moved within 100 points of its 20,000 milestone again, though it struggled to build momentum to cross that threshold.
We've made a few tweaks due to price changes, while others were based on a last-minute assessment of better value.
Shares of Delta Air Lines were lower Wednesday after it canceled a deal for 18 Boeing jets.
The Dow Jones index of 30 blue-chip stocks climbed to within 19 points of the milestone on Wednesday before retreating. The Nasdaq slid from a record opening of 5,499.
U.S. stocks moved higher on Wednesday with the Dow Jones Industrial Average closing in on the critical 20,000 level.
The game is evident in a number of sectors, including airlines and tech companies.