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Use a close above $44 and above $48 as your spots to get more bullish.
Jim Cramer says the airlines look interesting and are poised to show better earnings next year.
2 million Americans have been urged to evacuate along the U.S. Southeast coast as Hurricane Matthew barrels to Florida.
A couple of shareholders are not happy with Samsung Electronics as a Galaxy Note 7 forces a plane to evacuate.
Salesforce shareholders react to the Twitter takeover talks, while Constellation brands toasts a solid quarter.
These airline and cruise ship stocks are offering good entry points.
United shares were in a steep climb after the company hired away rival American Airline's CEO.
A news-inspired breakout could carry the stock much higher.
Shares of Newmont Mining and Freeport-McMoRan get a boost on a bullish commodities report.
Pretend you're seeing discounted tickets with JetBlue and Southwest shares.
Sellers have far outnumbered buyers among officers and directors of companies.
Honeywell may be further boosting its position in industrial software with a potential new $3 billion tie-up.
Stocks look to build on Thursday's broad gains, which put all 3 major U.S. stock indexes into record territory, the first time that's happened in the same day since 1999.
As Delta returns to normal, questions still linger about the airline industry's technical issues.
Jim Cramer says the big reason he's not a fan of airlines stocks is that there are price wars in the sector.
Brace yourself for continued concerns about declining demand, which would be bad for earnings.
The division, partisanship and animus in Washington, D.C., will likely result in more volatility and two-way action in the months leading up to the election. I am considering buying VIX calls. Beware of CEOs bearing gifts because they often lie lik...
Southwest Airlines falls after a computer glitch causes the company to cancel hundreds of flights.
Quarterly reports continued to come in at breakneck speed with some of the key highlights including American Express, eBay, General Motors, Southwest Airlines, and Biogen.
As Warren Buffett once famously said, corporate executives often "lie like ministers of finance on the eve of devaluation." I'd add that investor-relations departments also frequently manipulate expectations, which helps to explain why each earnings...
Southwest Air's earnings were 'shocking,' according to Jim Cramer, who added there are price wars 'everywhere' and that's not good for the airline business.
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.
They need to do something that makes them stand out as stocks you want to own, not avoid.
Popular chain has had its share of issues recently; going into the burger business won't help.
Despite strong fundamentals the carrier's shares have been less than lofty, but that is poised to change.