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American Airlines (AAL) posted earnings that beat Wall Street's forecasts on Thursday morning.
American shows a 1.8% gain in Latin America unit revenue and a 2.2% decline in total unit revenue.
American Airlines (AAL) on Thursday posted earnings and revenue that were above analysts' projections for the 2016 third quarter.
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Germany's Lufthansa said it expects better full-year profits as investors prepare for third-quarter earnings from American Airlines.
On Thursday, October 20, investors await quarterly results from American Airlines and a policy statement from the European Central Bank.
United, after years of always being No. 3 among the top three airlines, seems ready under President Scott Kirby to fight back against American and Delta.
American Airlines (AAL) will post 2016 third-quarter earnings ahead of Thursday's market open.
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United will report earnings Monday and American will report Thursday; investors will likely focus on the October unit revenue outlook.
Investors will get a slew of earnings reports from major companies and a host of Federal Reserve speakers during the week of Oct. 17.
Cramer says his game plan is all about earnings, when the fundamentals control the market.
Regulators may question whether Alaska needs 257 codeshares with American after a Virgin America merger, but JP Morgan still estimates the chance for approval to be 75%.
American Airlines (AAL) stock coverage was also initiated at Bernstein this morning with an 'underperform' rating.
Regulatory approval for the merger between Alaska and Virgin America is widely expected, but experts anticipate that divestitures will be required.
As Hurricane Matthew approaches, airlines led by American and Delta have cancelled flights involving airports in Florida, Georgia and South Carolina. Service will return on Friday.
Most U.S. airline shares have shown stock market declines this year, but expectations mounted as shares rose during the third quarter.
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American has been cutting back on its capacity growth, particularly at Boston Logan, where competitors Delta and JetBlue are growing, analysts say.