Donald Trump, Meeting With Airline CEOs, Targets Air-Traffic-Control System -- 2nd Update
On Wednesday, US Airways LCC increased its bid for bankrupt Delta Air Lines DALRQ to roughly $10.2 billion, representing a 20% hike from its $8.3 billion overture in November. The offer comes amid speculation that Delta and Northwest Airlines NWACQ are in talks to merge upon their respective exits ...
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Week ending April 13: Markets advance as positive earnings news overcome lingering concerns about economy.
Week ending Nov. 17: Moderate inflation, lower energy prices push market highter.
Third-quarter GDP, employment report, manufacturing data, earnings.
Favorable conditions are in place for merger-arbitrage ETFs, including increasing M&A activity and the likelihood of higher interest rates.
Investors continued their search for income and equity bargains last month.
Stocks resumed their rally in 2013 as the continued economic recovery, an accommodative Fed, and the resolution of some fiscal issues buoyed the market.