The automobile business is strong. So is construction, based on shipments on the nation's railroads. Crude oil is a hot commodity. Coal is suffering from low prices.
The more efficient engines are headed to the booming Northeast Corridor line, whose growing ridership is also paying for them.
Consumers will love paying less at the pumps, but investors in these sectors will be the clear winners.
The airline will have to maintain stable operating cash flows to be able to make pension contributions and give cash back to shareholders.
More new records and extended rallies on Wednesday. Is this a tide lifting all boats, or should investors be worried?
Stocks are higher as Chinese trade data beat expectations, though skepticism about China's economic reports remains.
The carrier will also repurchase shares as part of a plan to return $1 billion to shareholders.
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