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Shares of American Airlines have nearly doubled since June, and a slight tick up oil prices won't keep them from moving higher in 2017.
These value stocks are quite attractive and sit at bargain basement prices.
The market consensus has flipped from disaster to euphoria. Opportunities still exist.
United, Delta, American and Southwest are new holdings for Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway.
The caveat is, they were a lot lower when he started accumulating them.
This is new doctrine having to do with innovation and the stifling of innovation to create new products.
The way to play these stocks now is to sit back and wait for a better entry point.
On Thursday, October 20, investors await quarterly results from American Airlines and a policy statement from the European Central Bank.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer is fond of United Continental Holdings' (UAL) CEO Oscar Munoz.
Investors will get a slew of earnings reports from major companies and a host of Federal Reserve speakers during the week of Oct. 17.
Don't buy into the cyclical market chatter; CAT and the airlines look good, and here's why.
If you can't make more than last year, and you aren't going to make more next year, then you cannot gain adherents on Wall Street.
Airlines are facing some tough headwinds from Europe to Latin America and Jim Cramer has a playbook on how they can weather the turbulence.
And why the airlines could do better than expected in the longer term.
Stocks climbed, though worries over how soon the Federal Reserve might hike interest rates kept markets wary.
United shares were in a steep climb after the company hired away rival American Airline's CEO.
Shares of Newmont Mining and Freeport-McMoRan get a boost on a bullish commodities report.
Scott Kirby's hiring at United Continental is a good move, but may not be enough to help the stock, according to Jim Cramer.
Apple could be forced to pay billions to Ireland while Mondelez isn't too sweet on Hershey anymore.
Brace yourself for continued concerns about declining demand, which would be bad for earnings.
Panera Bread, Buffalo Wild Wings, Caterpillar and Boeing looked ripe for declines, but they didn't follow the downbeat script.
U.S. stocks moved higher Friday amid better-than-expected earnings from General Electric GE.
General Electric and American Airlines round out a busy week of earnings on Friday, July 22.
Southwest Air and Union Pacific produce distinctly subpar reports.
For the week of July 18, the earnings parade continues, with dozens of major companies reporting financial results.
Recovery after a plunge seems to be the pattern for the quarter.
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.