|Day Low/High||53.54 / 55.38|
|52 Wk Low/High||29.23 / 63.70|
To put it mildly, value expansion seems unlikely at this stage. It feels like deja vu all over again. --Yogi Berra The market is approaching an unprecedented and dangerous crossroads. Not only is there enormous confidence in the notion of another lo...
Ebola notwithstanding, there are other factors weighing them down.
Another triple digit drop hit the blue chips as the markets fell for a third session Monday.
Where it began. Greece is collapsing, the Iranians are getting aggressive and Rome is in disarray. Welcome back to 430 B.C. -- John Cleese The rundown: U.S. futures are bouncing all over (but are now well off their highs) after yesterday's vigorou...
A sell-off on Wall Street Tuesday extended losses into a second straight session. All the major markets lost more than 1.5%.
Travelport (TVPT), a travel services company rang the opening bell on Thursday as it listed on the New York Stock Exchange.
Today's pullback provides a chance to buy into what is happening stateside.
Stocks are continuing to slide lower but are off session lows.
Goldman Sachs raises rating on airline stocks from Neutral to Attractive. This one might be actionable. Goldman Sachs raises rating on airline stocks from Neutral to Attractive: US airline stocks have performed in spite of the economy due to consoli...
Jim Cramer says the fourth theme investors should follow when deciding where to invest is 'shareholder bounty from anti-competitive mergers,' such as the American-US Air merger.
Slated to start next month. Speaking of Apple (AAPL): United Airlines, of United Continental (UAL), will let flyers stream movies and TV shows on Apple iOS devices starting next month, according to the L.A. Times.
Airline CEOs blamed the weather and its impact on their bottom lines at today's JPMorgan investor conference, but it hasn't grounded airline stocks, which continue to fly high.
United Airlines will enforce its carry-on baggage size restrictions more strictly, prompting speculation United is trying to collect more revenue through checked bag fees.
It's painful not to buy during a spike, but I just have to be more critical until the market takes a breather.
They trade at high multiples, with no consideration of an economic slowdown.
Investors may have their own ideas about what the companies behind the worst brands of 2013 were doing wrong. Chris Malone, Managing Partner of Fidelum Partners and author of The Human Brand, says the problems range from rampant cost cutting to plain old hubris. Blackberry, Sears, United, JC Penney and AT&T make up the list of the worst brands of 2013. Malone says these companies lost sight of what is of value to their customers with research showing that they rank very low on key factors of "warmth" and "competence".
These sectors are the places to be, even after yesterday's remarkable rally.
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.