Is an airline a utility or a service? The ones who act like a utility have more financial success.
From airlines to tobacco to pharma, stocks are seeing rare rallies for no apparent reason.
These carriers are destined for more profits as they expand routes, fill more seats and cash in on in all those extra passenger fees.
Spirit Airlines does poorly in customer satisfaction surveys, but its stock has richly rewarded its shareholders.
Recent earnings reports have inspired a few well-deserved nods of accomplishment.
Domestic airlines in general saw the largest upswings, as the summer travel season draws to a close.
Weyerhaeuser is upgraded to 'buy,' and Zynga is initiated with a 'sell.'
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