Advancers: Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL ) +2.6% , American Airlines Group (NASDAQ: AAL ) +3.3% , United Continental (NYSE: UAL ) +3.5% , Southwest Airlines (NYSE: LUV ) +2.3% , JetBlue (NASDAQ: JBLU ) +2.0% . 1 comment
cumulative position of $14.4B in American Airlines ( AAL -1.4% ), Delta Air Lines ( DAL -0.8% ), and United Continental ( UAL -1% ) - airliners which might not benefit from Southwest's willingness to brush aside a tight capacity stance
deals unraveled and does that remind of the unraveling of the UAL LBO in 1989? The leveraged-loan CEFs are attractive and offer ..... especially solar, companies [ TERP, NEE , etc; pg 31]; United Rentals [ URI ; CEO spotlight on Michael Kneeland ; pg 38
firm is now worth $18.2 billion . At that price, Uber would be more valuable than companies such as Whole Foods, United Airlines and Alcoa, the largest aluminum producer in the world. According to James Ball’s analysis in The Guardian
Airlines. One was struggling to compete with the larger legacy airlines of Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL ) and United Airlines (NYSE: UAL ) and the other was in the middle of a bankruptcy. In seven short months, the new company is already generating
United Continental (NYSE: UAL ): Q2 EPS of $2.34 beats by $0.16 . Revenue of $10.3B (+3.0% Y/Y) in-line. Press Release Post your comment!
NYSE: DAL ), American Airlines (NASDAQ: AAL ) and United Airlines (NYSE: UAL ) halted flights to Israel for at least 24 hours under ..... jet over Ukraine. Shares of DAL ( +1.4% ) and UAL ( +2.3% ) nevertheless ended with solid gains
think yesterday's sell-off was a bit overblown. Early gainers: Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL ) +1.8% , United Continental (NYSE: UAL ) +1.7% , JetBlue (NASDAQ: JBLU ) +1.5% , American Airlines Group (NASDAQ: AAL ) +2.1% . Post
Several global carriers have halted flights over Ukraine. Decliners: Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL ) -3.4% , United Continetnal (NYSE: UAL ) -3.9% , China Eastern Air (NYSE: CEA ) -2.2% , American Airlines (NASDAQ: AAL ) -3.3% , Malaysian
July 17 (Reuters) - United Airlines said on Thursday it plans to take charges of $169 million in the second quarter tied to the grounding of regional aircraft, headcount reductions and other items.