Stocks pared gains through the afternoon session, though remained in the red through to close on worries over the U.S.'s role in international conflicts. President Trump decried North Korea earlier, signaling that the U.S. could get more involved. United Airlines (UAL) remained on defense in its PR crisis over a passenger being dragged from an aircraft. CEO Oscar Munoz said this afternoon that the airline would review how it handles overbooked flights, the results of which will be released by the end of April. Yelp (YELP) moved higher after being upgraded to OVERWEIGHT from SECTOR WEIGHT at Pacific Crest. Analysts said competitive concerns over the reviews site's relevance were overdone. Goldman Sachs has reaffirmed its BUY rating on Disney (DIS) and added the stock to its Americas Conviction Buy list. Analysts are upbeat on the media company following the success of its live-action remake of Beauty and the Beast.
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