Delta Air Li (NYSE:DAL) traded in a range yesterday that spanned from a low of $56.07 to a high of $58.06. Yesterday, the shares fell 3.1%, which took the trading range below the 3-day low of $57.50...
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Delta Air Lines (DAL) closed at $57.96 in the latest trading session, marking a -0.09% move from the prior day.
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Union Pacific's (UNP) cost-controlling measures are driving growth. Additionally, the company's efforts to reward shareholders are appreciative.
Hawaiian Holdings (HA) is suffering due to intense competition following Southwest Airlines' entry in Hawaii. However, its history with respect to punctuality raises optimism.
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Airlines for America's bullish Labor Day projection further highlights the strong demand for air travel.
Norfolk Southern's (NSC) measures to improve efficiency and streamline operations through cost-cutting are driving the company's growth.
Expansion-related updates from the likes of United Airlines (UAL) and Southwest Airlines ((LUV) featured in the headlines in the past week.
UPS will not impose surcharges on U.S. residential deliveries during the 2019 peak holiday season. However, it will add special peak surcharges on packages that require special handling.
The U.S. economy is likely to maintain its long-term growth albeit at a slow pace. Several stimulus measures across the globe will also help the U.S. economy to remain stable.
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Fears of recession ebb after White House considers tax cuts for millions of workers, China unveils new interest rate reforms and Germany hints at stimulus measures.
As part of its decision to bolster transatlantic capacity, Delta (DAL) will resume services to London's Gatwick airport from 2020. Notably, Gatwick offers huge commercial potential.
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In the latest trading session, Delta Air Lines (DAL) closed at $58.04, marking a +1.63% move from the previous day.
Expanded flight offerings will make moving goods between the U.S. and U.K. more convenient.