The Dreamliner goes up and comes down, gets grounded, has battery issues, and now is going back up again. Is it all just a ploy for press?
Best Buy is upgraded to 'outperform,' and Akamai is initiated with a 'buy.'
Even following the increase, this airline still looks poised to jump another 50%.
Nationally, the average price is just under $3.70 a gallon. Crude oil prices could decline, bringing pump prices down further. Airline stocks have been the winners. Energy stocks have been flat.
Rapid technology advancements keep driving broadband speeds and availability on planes, but passengers seem less than eager to connect.
AB InBev is upgraded to 'buy,' and Colgate-Palmolive is initiated with a 'sell.'
After years of not taking the airline business seriously change is in the air, and this company is a good place to start.
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