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Shares of JetBlue Airways were higher Wednesday after the airline said it would boost its service to Boston.
Pretend you're seeing discounted tickets with JetBlue and Southwest shares.
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.
On Tuesday, July 26, all eyes are on Apple's earnings.
JetBlue has experienced turbulence in 2016 but Brian Peery, portfolio manager for the Hennessy Cornerstone Mid Cap 30 Fund says the airline's recent rebound shows it is ready for lift-off.
U.S. stocks struggle to hold onto slight gains after a terrorist attack overnight casts a shadow over global markets.
Stocks extended declines through the final hour after crude closed below $50 a barrel.
Investors should buy Southwest over JetBlue, says TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
JetBlue announced a fare hike, and maybe rival carriers will follow.
JBLU could head down to $15 -- and maybe even $10 -- in the months ahead.
U.S. stocks remained mixed through the afternoon on Tuesday.
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Unsurprisingly, 20% of the portfolio is in community banks.
Jim Cramer says he's not a fan of auto stocks, because he thinks the younger generation is relying on services like Uber.
The Seattle company pays a near-47% premium for its Californian peer as it addresses mounting competition from Delta in its home region.
Alaska Air makes it official, it has clinched the deal to buy Virgin America.
While the indicators for American Airlines are all still bullish, there are several red flags.
U.S. stocks extended losses by the middle of the session on Tuesday as crude gave back some of the gains achieved over Monday's rally.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer commented on United Airlines and JetBlue on Tuesday from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
U.S. futures are declining, putting the S&P and Dow's winning streak at risk.
U.S. stocks ended Thursday's session higher, though not without a struggle as a rally in energy battled it out against a health care selloff.
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A crude oil rally pushed U.S. stocks sharply higher to close near session highs on Thursday.
One look at the black box from last year and it's clear why Ben Baldanza is deplaning.
The energy sector sold off to lead market losses as crude oil dipped below $36 a barrel.
Charts show Priceline, Expedia and JetBlue are poised to rally.