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Banks, oil service companies and airlines are all inching back.
Strong demand drives results and gains for Boeing, Akamai and others.
Microsoft released upgrades and products Wednesday including "Surface Studio" for artists. Bill Gates, Microsoft's Co-Founder, appears below with an early computer running the Paint program, the first of its kind.
But several airline and retail stocks are proving highly volatile.
The odds were against Wall Street on Thursday after another decline in crude oil sparked an energy selloff and Apple reported a so-so quarter.
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq extend their declines on Wednesday afternoon as crude oil resumes its slide after briefly touching the flatline.
Investors react differently to two airline companies quarterly results, while Tesla prepares to report after the market close.
Being pulled this way and that among airlines, restaurants, autos and other sectors.
The airlines are back, don't give up the ship on the sector heading into 2017, says Jim Cramer.
Stocks pull back from losses on Wednesday as crude oil recovers, though Apple continues to sour sentiment.
Airline investors were hoping airlines might guide toward positive unit revenue during third-quarter earnings season. It didn't happen.
Southwest Airlines reported mixed 2016 third-quarter earnings results prior to Wednesday's opening bell.
U.S. stocks pulled back early Wednesday amid worries about Apple.
Stock futures turn lower for another day on Wednesday after Apple, the biggest weight on the S&P 500, posts a so-so quarter.
Southwest Airlines (LUV) posted lower-than-expected revenue for the 2016 fiscal third quarter before today's market open.
Southwest's earnings in the third quarter top analysts' estimates but the stock tumbles almost 7% in premarket trading on Wednesday.
Before Wednesday's opening bell, Southwest Airlines (LUV) will report 2016 third quarter earnings.
For the week of October 24, investors await quarterly results from a slew of major companies, including Apple, along with the first estimate of third quarter GDP.
Jim Cramer says he likes LUV and UAL, but JBLU is not a favorite.
Don't ignore a big shift for American Express and don't dig in your heels, says Jim Cramer.
Any decline in Southwest Airlines (LUV) stock could be a buying opportunity, according to TheStreet's Chris Versace and Bob Lang.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer is fond of United Continental Holdings' (UAL) CEO Oscar Munoz.
Cramer says his game plan is all about earnings, when the fundamentals control the market.
Use a close above $44 and above $48 as your spots to get more bullish.
Jim Cramer says a low valuation and better expectations for next year make this industry attractive.
Jim Cramer says the airlines look interesting and are poised to show better earnings next year.