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The S&P 500 bounced back into positive territory for the year in day two of a post-Brexit recovery on Wednesday.
The markets were buoyed Thursday as investors kept a close eye on news surrounding the Brexit referendum.
Investors should buy Southwest over JetBlue, says TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
JetBlue announced a fare hike, and maybe rival carriers will follow.
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.
Cybersecurity firms have a bright future, but carriers might not.
The Federal Reserve turned unexpectedly hawkish during its April meeting to Wall Street's shock.
Home Depot reported earnings of $1.44 a share, which was 8 cents higher than expected.
The airline's chronic underachievement is seen by some as a sign of structural issues that can't be resolved without pullbacks and divestitures.
Alcoa comments caused a detour, but latest numbers are great.
U.S. stocks were mixed as a slew of earnings report kept investors busy.
Southwest Airlines is doing the right things compared to its competitors, says Jim Cramer.
Jim Cramer says United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz has a long slog ahead.
Among the big companies turning in their quarterly financial report cards today are General Motors, Verizon, Starbucks, and Southwest Airlines.
Jim Cramer says United Airlines is a turnaround story, and it's moving up the ladder of the airline stocks he likes.
Jim Cramer says many industrial stocks, like Caterpillar are advancing as China's economy recovers, and he would be a buyer at current levels.
Southwest is the airline stock you have to love, says TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
Jim Cramer says he's not a fan of auto stocks, because he thinks the younger generation is relying on services like Uber.
The $4 billion acquisition lacks some of the hallmarks that have made recent airline deals work.
The Seattle company pays a near-47% premium for its Californian peer as it addresses mounting competition from Delta in its home region.
Baseball's Splendid Splinter knew his hot and cold zones; wait for your fat pitch and watch your investment batting average rise.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said investors typically sell airline stocks after terrorist attacks.
So many companies are worth much more than what they are currently selling for.
While the indicators for American Airlines are all still bullish, there are several red flags.
They forget they ought to look at the fundamentals of the companies they buy.
Time to take out some flight insurance and raise your sell stops if you are long.
Shares of Disney have dropped over 8% this year as concerns about the company’s ESPN business have proven stronger than the lift it is getting from 'Star Wars.'