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JPMorgan upgrades Alaska and downgrades Southwest.
Southwest Airlines (LUV) stock is trading lower pre-market after JPMorgan cut its rating on the stock to 'neutral.'
Here are Wednesday's top research calls, including upgrades for Coach and Alaska Air, and downgrades for Southwest Airlines and Twitter.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the transportation industry lower today.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on Fastenal, and CEOs bearing gifts.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass tells us how Facebook got unfriended and how Intel's close earlier in the week chilled old tech.
Jim Cramer talks about the mystery of Union Pacific's and Southwest Air's reports and the solution to the puzzle of Komatsu's Joy.
On Thursday Southwest Airlines (LUV) reported weak 2016 Q2 results, said fares would fall and a server outage cancelled 1,400 of its flights, Bloomberg's George Ferguson discussed today.
The S&P 500 manages to clinch a new record high on Friday even with a number of factors trying to pull it into the red.
Signs the second quarter measurably improved upon a dismal first quarter kept hopes high on Wall Street this week.
Stocks hold gains Friday afternoon as investors overlook a series of disappointing earnings.
Shares of Southwest took it on the chin Thursday after a computer outage and an earnings miss. Should investors be buying?
The airline continues the trend of predicting weakening revenue in the second half, but also articulates a plan to deal with the issues.
Stocks turn higher on Friday as investors overlook a series of disappointing earnings.
Deutsche Bank lowered its price target on shares of Southwest (LUV) today, but kept its ‘buy’ rating.
Stock futures edge higher on Friday on positive earnings reports from a number of companies including General Electric and Visa.
Southwest Airlines shares fall on Thursday, and seven other airlines also see declines, but Alaska Airlines shares rise on a capacity growth slowdown.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average's record-breaking seven-day streak came to a quiet end on Thursday as a mix of earnings came in weaker than expected.
Stocks are at session lows by mid-afternoon Thursday as a flood of mixed earnings keeps investors busy.
Southwest Airlines falls after a computer glitch causes the company to cancel hundreds of flights.
The airline misses on profit and revenue and warns of weakness in the third quarter. The once plucky upstart needs to make tough decisions about pricing and revenue soon.
Quarterly reports continued to come in at breakneck speed with some of the key highlights including American Express, eBay, General Motors, Southwest Airlines, and Biogen.
Southwest (LUV) reported lower-than-expected 2016 second quarter earnings and revenue this morning before the market opened.
Southwest Airlines' (LUV) second-quarter earnings do not bode well for the airline sector, Jim Cramer says.
Stocks remain narrowly mixed on Thursday as earnings take focus and U.S. existing home sales reach their best level in more than nine years.
Southwest Air's earnings were 'shocking,' according to Jim Cramer, who added there are price wars 'everywhere' and that's not good for the airline business.
Southwest Air and Union Pacific produce distinctly subpar reports.