Exaggerated fears that high gas prices will bring about the return of the 'staycation' this summer have pressured share prices of these travel stocks down to bargain levels.
The automaker said it has suspended overtime at its American plants, which get about 20% of their components from suppliers in Japan.
The Japanese carmakers have halted production for several days.
Japan's earthquake and tsunami and the crisis in the Middle East and North Africa will weigh heavily on several funds.
The American aerospace giant, along with European rival Airbus, announces dozens of new orders at the Hong Kong Air Show.
J.D. Power projects global light vehicle sales to hit a record 76.5 million in 2011.
Piracy off the coast of Somalia remains big business as two supertankers get hijacked in as many days.
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