Airline stocks, typically considered terrible investments, have taken off, and analysts say there is still lift in the sector for investors.» Read More
The M&A trend has hit agriculture, technology and pharmaceuticals, so what's the next sector to get caught in the "urge to merge?"
See what's happening, who's talking and what will be making headlines on Friday's Squawk on the Street.
The financial sector continues its downward trend, so is there opportunity in this space? The traders weigh in.
The S&P traded below a key technical level Friday largely due to a weak jobs report and word that Goldman had reduced growth expectations. Going down?
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The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) monthly report on builder sentiment was much weaker than expected.
Stocks couldn’t hold their gains on Monday with the S&P ending the session modestly lower, again to due fears about the crisis in Europe.
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Airlines are now touting their summer fares to lure travelers. But what they are also introducing new fees for items and services that used to be free.
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If you dreaded sitting down at your computer the last time you made travel arrangements or felt frustrated by all the time and effort it took to sort through pages of results for flights and hotels, join the crowd.
Airlines stocks are flying high, leaving the global recession in their wake as the price of crude oil continues to tumble. The unprecedented plunge in oil prices have led many of the airlines stocks higher, with 64% of the AMEX Airline Index components gaining above 15% in the past six months.
The recent declines in the price of oil make airline stocks such as Delta and Continental attractive at current "fire-sale" prices, Ray Neidl, airline analyst from Calyon, told CNBC.
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Despite rumors that airlines will start weighing passengers like freight--and charging them accordingly--all the major carriers tell us it's not going to happen. Yet.
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Are airline stocks losing altitude as crude oil futures are taking off again, moving into the $100 a barrel territory? The AMEX Airline Index (.XAL), an airline sector tracker has dropped more than 24% in the past six months, weighed by a surge in oil. However, the index is up 3% YTD. Here are the index components - only one is for the past six months...
Goldman Sachs (GS) is making a major shift in its analyst coverage, upgrading or downgrading 17 sectors on the fear of a softening economy. Could Goldman’s move be a bellwether of things to come? Or is it already late to the party?
Alaska Air's stock declined after Credit Suisse downgraded shares of the airline company and lowered its 2007 profit outlook.
Airline stocks are climbing higher on a holiday travel tailwind. According to the Dow Jones U.S. Airlines Index over the past month--they’re up 9% and more than 17% year to date. How much higher can they go? On "Squawk on the Street", CNBC’s Mark Haines asked David Strine--Airline Analyst with Bear Sterns.