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If you've been dreaming about heading down to Miami in February, crossing your fingers that your team will make it to the Super Bowl, you just might want to check the airfare.
Stocks opened slightly lower Wednesday as investors grew jittery over a government report showing that housing starts fell sharply in October.
S&P 500 futures drop a few points as October Housing Starts and Permits were a bit below expectations, while the Consumer Price Index was a bit hotter than expected.
Stocks were poised for a slightly lower open as investors grew jittery over a government report showing that housing starts took a dramatic decline in October.
Lehman Brothers' bankruptcy protection filing is the largest in history, dwarfing all others. Take a look at the ten biggest corporate filings in US bankruptcy court.
The first officer of the Northwest Airlines jet that missed its destination by 150 miles says he and the captain were not sleeping or arguing in the cockpit but he wouldn't explain their lapse in response and the detour.
With a few bright spots in an otherwise bleak industry how should you game Delta and JetBlue ahead of earnings?
The G7 meeting of finance ministers, instead of an aggressive statement on the dangers of a weak dollar, opted for a mealy-mouth remark that "excess volatility and disorderly movements in FX rates have adverse implications for economic and financial stability."
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Finally, some positive news from airlines, but what's next?
Markets opened lower on Monday as investors worried about the U.S.-China trade dispute and reflected on the one-year anniversary of the Lehman Brothers collapse. The tariffs came on the heels of a union complaint that a surge of imports of the Chinese tires were taking away American jobs.
American Airlines parent AMR Corp. is negotiating for closer ties and possibly an investment in financially troubled Japan Airlines Corp., according to a person familiar with the talks.
Stocks snapped a five-day winning streak Friday as a sharp drop in oil prices and profit-taking offset an improvement in consumer confidence and a rosier outlook from economic bellwether FedEx. Still, for the week, stocks gained 1.7 percent.
Stocks struggled to push higher Friday as consumer confidence improved and economic bellwether FedEx raised its earnings forecast. But profit-taking after a five-day rally clipped gains.
The markets have been on an upward trend for the last 5 consecutive trading sessions, but will the rally continue? Should investors start worrying about declines? Art Cashin, director of floor operations at UBS Financial Services, offered CNBC his stock market insights.
Stocks are poised for a slightly higher open, and are seeking to rise for the 6th straight day. The S&P is up nearly 5 percent over the past 5 days, and if it closes up today, it will have its best 6-day winning streak in about 6.5 years.
Stocks opened fairly flat, while commodity stocks have lagged a bit with most commodities declining in early trading.
Yesterday, AirTran announced that the airline was now the official airline of the Atlanta Falcons. The deal includes signage in the Georgia Dome, a Falcons themed plane and use of Falcons players in their advertising. The one thing it didn’t include? Actually flying the team.
As the economy recovers, consumers are expected to open their wallets a bit more. Where those dollars go will partly depend on how companies have treated their customers. Here are three stocks that may see gains in the months ahead.
The Dow and S&P snapped their winning streaks Wednesday as disappointing earnings from two of Wall Street's biggest names overshadowed another round of earnings beats.