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|52-week range||52.21 - 83.04|
|PE ratio (TTM)||8.28|
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Oct.20 -- United Continental Holdings Inc. shares plummeted following Thursday's analyst call as Chief Executive Officer Oscar Munoz asked for more patience in response to questions on rising costs and lower pricing power. Bloomberg Intelligence's George Ferguson reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
Oct.19 -- United Continental Holdings Inc. dodged Wall Street’s questions on how it would get its turnaround back on track next year, drawing fire from analysts and sending shares reeling. Bloomberg's Abigail Doolittle takes a look at the shares on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power."
Three years of rapid cost inflation have sabotaged American Airlines' profitability. So far, the world's largest airline doesn't seem to have a plan to reverse the damage.
United Continental Holdings’ (UAL) earnings were clearly bad news for the company. Delta Air Lines (DAL) and American Airlines Group (AAL), as is usually the case, followed United’s shares lower—but not much lower. Delta fell 1.1%, and American declined just 1%.
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United Continental (UAL) sunk on Thursday following its disappointing earnings and outlook, and the pain continued today. Analysts are taking a look at the stock today, and it's hard to find much enthusiasm. ...
United Continental Holdings Inc.’s shares fell 12% Thursday, sliding during sharp questioning by analysts to executives who offered little clarity on progress in efforts to cut costs and raise revenue....
NEW YORK, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 19 (Reuters) - The Dow and S&P 500 eked out record closing highs on Thursday, turning higher at the last minute after a Politico report that Federal Reserve Governor Jerome Powell is the leading candidate for the nominee for Fed chair. Investors have been anxious to hear who President Donald Trump will pick as the nominee.
Shares of United Airlines dropped more than 12 percent on Thursday — their biggest one-day percentage decline in eight years — after a contentious conference call that caused analysts to question whether ...
NEW YORK, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 19 (Reuters) - The Dow and S&P 500 eked out record closing highs on Thursday, turning higher at the last minute after a Politico report that Federal Reserve Governor Jerome Powell is the leading candidate for the nominee for Fed chair. Investors have been anxious to hear who President Donald Trump will pick as the nominee. A decision like Powell would likely be a continuation of the current stock market-friendly monetary policy that has helped fuel the market's more than eight-year bull run.
___ Trump thinks GOP has votes for budget President Donald Trump says he thinks Senate Republicans have the votes for their budget — hours after tweeting his uncertainty. Trump needs the Senate to follow ...
Shares of United Continental (UAL) crashed to the bottom of the S&P 500 today, after a disappointing outlook overshadowed better-than-expected third quarter results, fueling worries about United’s ability to weather the rising costs and hold its own against low-cost rivals. Adding to the turmoil, was a contentious investor call during which CEO Oscar Munoz admitted that United had “dug ourselves in a hole” in regard to competition. The day’s trading action was a sharp reversal from just over a week ago when airline stocks rallied after American Airlines (AAL) and United raised their own guidance for average passenger revenue, and Delta Air Lines (DAL) delivered estimate-beating third quarter results.
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Thursday: United Continental Holdings Inc., down $8.21 to $59.78 The parent of United Airlines said that weak prices will continue the rest of this year ...
Analysts spent much of the third-quarter earnings call asking about United Airlines' plans to shore up profit, costs, capacity and margins in 2018 and beyond. They got few answers.
U.S. equity indexes are recovering nicely from early session weakness but remain in a position to close lower for the session. A drop in shares of Apple appears to be the catalyst behind the pre-market sell-off which saw the Dow plunging over 100 points. The tech giant’s shares lost about 2.5 percent during the session, … Continue reading S&P 500; US Indexes Fundamental Daily Forecast – Many to Blame for Early Session Sell-off
Shares of United (UAL) sunk over 11% on Thursday after the airline announced it will continue to expand its flying capacity amid a rise in overall operating expenses.
Shares of the third-largest U.S. airline were trading at around $60.10 following United's quarterly earnings call, where executives faced pointed questions on the carrier's forecast performance in the current quarter. "We have dug ourselves in a hole from a competitive perspective," Chief Executive Officer Oscar Munoz said in response to a grilling on the call with media and investors. The Chicago-based airline said it expects passenger revenue per available seat mile, a closely-watched measurement of an airline's performance, to decline by 1 percent to 3 percent in the current quarter, while many investors and analysts had expected growth.