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Boeing slumps to a six-week low after the troubled planemaker said it would no longer bid for an Air Force contract to build a replacement for the Minuteman III.
American Airlines posted stronger-than-expected second quarter earnings Thursday and said the grounding of Boeing's 737 MAX will clip full year earnings by around $400 million.
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U.S. equity futures were little changed Thursday, while global stocks edged higher on bets of near-term support from the world's biggest central banks, as investors prepped for the busiest day of the corporate earnings season on Wall Street.
FORT WORTH, Texas, July 25, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- American Airlines Group Inc.
U.S. stock futures are mixed on Thursday, a day after the S&P 500 and Nasdaq reached all-time highs, and ahead of the busiest day so far of the quarterly earnings season; Tesla falls sharply after posting a wider-than-expected loss and announcing its chief technology officer would be stepping down; Facebook's earnings top forecasts as monthly-active users rise; Amazon and Alphabet report earnings Thursday.
Boeing shares traded firmly higher Friday after the world's biggest planemaker said it would book a $4.9 billion charge to its second quarter earnings linked to the extended grounding of its flagship 737 MAX aircraft.
American also adds direct flights from Austin and San Jose
Boeing will use half of a $100 million fund for near-term financial aid for families of the victims killed in two crashes involving the troubled 737 MAX jet.
All three stock indexes struggled to a record close Monday as investors gear up for earnings season.
Boeing shares extended declines Monday, while its European rival Airbus soared to an all-time high, as investors reacted to news that American Airlines has extended cancellations of the grounded 737 MAX for a fourth time, taking the troubled aircraft out of commission until at least November.
U.S. equity futures are pointing to a flat open on Wall Street Monday as investors both prep for a key set of data releases that will gauge the strength of the consumer economy and brace for the start of the second quarter earnings season.
U.S. equity futures are pointing to a flat open on Wall Street; Boeing's 737 MAX woes continue, China GDP slumps, Prime Day pumps and Novak Djokovic jumps after winning his fifth Wimbledon singles title.
The world's largest airline is holding the 737 MAX aircraft through Nov. 2, as the Wall Street Journal separately reports grounding of the aircraft could extend into 2020.
United Airlines said Friday that it will continuing its groundings of the troubled Boeing 737 MAX through November 3.
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American Airlines shares surged higher Wednesday after the carrier boosted a key profit metric for its second quarter earnings.
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Answers in a new NBC News and Wall Street Journal poll show that a quarter of those asked would not want to get on the beleaguered Boeing aircraft that was involved in two fatal crashes since October.
Southwest Airlines said it will keep the troubled Boeing 737 MAX jet off its flying schedule until Sept. 3.
American Airlines shares surged to the top of the S&P 500 Thursday, boosting shares of rival carriers, following a report from JPMorgan that suggests airlines have been raising ticket prices.
Boeing delivered 56% fewer planes in May than it did a year ago.
U.S. stock futures rise after Donald Trump announces the 'indefinite' suspension of tariffs planned on goods imported from Mexico; Raytheon and United Technologies will merge in an all-stock deal to form an aerospace and defense giant; American Airlines again pushes back the lift off date for Boeing's 737 MAX jets.
For the second time since April, American Airlines has kept its fleet of 24 Boeing 737 MAX jets grounded, canceling 115 flights per day.
Let's check out the charts of UAL on our way to the gate.
In a study of analyst recommendations at the major brokerages, for the underlying components of the S&P 500, American Airlines Group Inc has taken over the #115 spot from Atmos Energy Corp. , according to ETF Channel.
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