|Day Low/High||52.69 / 54.96|
|52 Wk Low/High||18.18 / 63.70|
Jim Cramer says United Airlines is a turnaround story, and it's moving up the ladder of the airline stocks he likes.
Alcoa kicked off earnings season with a thud.
Falling crude prices were not enough to slow down rising U.S. futures as world markets also had a strong showing Monday.
The $4 billion acquisition lacks some of the hallmarks that have made recent airline deals work.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says he's a fan of Alaska Air's decision to buy Virgin America.
Heading into the second quarter, TheStreet's Jim Cramer believes stocks might be a little bit cheaper than investors realize, including Johnson & Johnson (JNJ), IBM (IBM) and Alphabet (GOOG).
So, let's look at this new world where we don't need to worry that the rug will be pulled out from under us and see who will prosper.
While the indicators for American Airlines are all still bullish, there are several red flags.
The U.S. Global Jets ETF launched successfully almost a year ago, quickly pulling in over $50 million in assets.
Time to take out some flight insurance and raise your sell stops if you are long.
Energy's wild rally took a pause on Tuesday while Lumber Liquidators is back in the news.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer commented on United Airlines and JetBlue on Tuesday from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
U.S. stocks opened lower on Tuesday and tracked weakness in crude oil prices.
U.S. stocks ended mixed on Friday, though they did manage to close out the week with gains of more than 2%, their best performance of the year.
Despite a reported meeting between Saudi Arabia, Russia and two OPEC members this week that may freeze oil production at January levels, the major U.S. airlines encountered little turbulence in the prospect of higher fuel costs.
In other words, these seemingly cheap stocks are actually very expensive.
U.S. stocks kicked off Tuesday’s session to the downside as declines in oil fanned fears of a global recession.
U.S. stocks extended gains by the middle of the session on Thursday as crude oil appeared to stabilize.
The Dallas-based airline is leaving rivals in the dust because it excels at monetizing cheap fuel costs.
Jim Cramer tackled the issue of low oil prices when answering viewers’ questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange Thursday.
It was a subdued end to the day Wednesday with stocks managing to hold onto small gains as Wall Street clocked off for the Thanksgiving holiday.
We look for UAL to grind up toward $70 in the next three months.
UAL will lag until prices can clear their September highs around $62 and volume can expand on days when it closes higher.
For Thursday's October 22, TheStreet awaits quarterly results from Alphabet (GOOGL), Microsoft (MSFT), Amazon (AMZN), AT&T (T), McDonald's (MCD), Caterpillar (CAT), Under Armour (UA) and more.