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As Delta returns to normal, questions still linger about the airline industry's technical issues.
Brace yourself for continued concerns about declining demand, which would be bad for earnings.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average clocked its seventh straight record close on Wednesday, as Microsoft shares surged following better-than-expected earnings.
United said it will reduce its number of flights throughout its winter schedule into and out of the UK.
Stocks moved higher, boosted by a series of earnings reports from the likes of Microsoft, Morgan Stanley and United Continental.
On Tuesday, July 19, investors will focus on the U.S. banking sector when Goldman Sachs reports second quarter results.
For the week of July 18, the earnings parade continues, with dozens of major companies reporting financial results.
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.
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.
Oil began to rebound Wednesday from steep declines earlier this week.
Voter support for the U.K. to remain in the European Union appears to roughly match support to exit.
Optimism that the United Kingdom will remain part of the EU was tempered by falling oil prices.
United Continental is sharing details of how it plans to improve its financial performance.
United Airlines updated investors on its plans to improve its financial performance and cut costs, but Jim Cramer says United remains a 'hated stock.'
JetBlue announced a fare hike, and maybe rival carriers will follow.
Gogo shares are volatile after American Airlines deal.
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.
A deeper slide to support around $30 would not be a surprise.
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.
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.