|Day Low/High||56.09 / 56.83|
|52 Wk Low/High||29.23 / 63.70|
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.
Stocks managed to secure their third straight week of gains on Friday to remain on track for their best monthly performance since October, 2011.
Stocks were slightly higher in midday trading Friday, though struggled to hold onto significant gains.
Jim Cramer answered viewers' social media questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange Friday and said now is the time to buy airline stocks.
United Continental (UAL) announced that it has a new CEO following the resignation of Jeff Smisek amid a corruption probe.
The Dow Jones Transportation Average includes five airlines whose technicals chart diverging paths.
U.S. stocks opened lower on Monday as investors look to put August's volatility to an end.
Falling oil means cheaper gas and jet fuel, which benefits consumers and shareholders.
Comcast (CMCSA) estimates that advertising sales for the 2016 Rio Olympics will exceed $1 billion, as the advertising gold rush begins to kick off ahead of next year's Summer Games.
Twitter (TWTR) slid to all-time lows on heavier-than-normal trading volume on Monday before recouping some of those losses.
Looking for a UAL pullback, while EA is testing key support.
United Airlines (UAL) has become the latest high profile victim of internet hackers.
Futures are mixed as quarterly results begin to obscure Greece.
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Greece, economic data and earnings reports will keep things hopping.
Previous readings like Wednesday's preceded very nice short-term rallies.
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Swelling supply would hurt companies that thrive when oil prices are booming.
Clearly, the enormous run-up in China's stock prices was not due to improving fundamentals.
Use downturns to buy the stocks of high-quality companies that you like.
First United Airlines' (UAL) computer "glitch," then Zero Hedge's site went down, then the WSJ.com site went down and now NYSE trading is halted. Strange or just a coincidence? Remember, this potentially important statement I wrote in "Turn And Face...
U.S. stocks opened lower, following the lead of Asian stocks markets which plummeted in Wednesday trade.
Obamacare has boosted the prices of healthcare stocks in the past five years and investors should expect additional healthy returns.
Are we paying more than we should for airline tickets? The Department of Justice is looking into that.
Stocks powered through a volatile session caused by Greece uncertainty and closed higher, ahead of Thursday's jobs report.
Jeff Smisek, President and CEO of United Airlines, discussed the state of the airline industry at the Aspen Ideas Festival in Aspen, Colorado.