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Options Recap: Traders See Maximum Altitude for Key Airline

Someone seems to think a major carrier may have reached its maximum altitude for now. Check out the large options trade yesterday in American Airlines...

Chips Rip and Transports Move North: Earnings This Week

Earnings remained strong in the last week, led by economically sensitive industries like semiconductors, transports and financials. Chip stock Xilinx (XLNX) is the S&P 500's...

Slowdown? Economic Data Doesn’t Show It

Pundits keep warning about an economic slowdown, but the data continues to prove them wrong. Only 199,000 Americans sought unemployment benefits last week. It was...

Banks Come Through: Earnings This Week

Earnings season began on a strong foot, thanks to financials and a handful of other key stocks. Bank of America (BAC), Goldman Sachs (GS) and...

Are There Winners from the Selloff in Oil?

Oil just had its biggest drop in at least four years, and winners may be emerging. Airlines are one of the best-performing groups recently, according...

Marijuana Momentum, Airlines Ascending: Groups in Focus

Two different groups have been "flying under the radar" and "hitting new highs" in recent weeks. Let's check them out. First: Flying under the radar....

Options Recap: Are Airlines Ready to Fly?

Are airlines ready to take off? Some options traders seem to think so. The ARCA Airline Index ($XAL) rose 2.2 percent Monday, its biggest gain...

How Transports Are Moving in Very Different Directions

How schizophrenic is the transportation sector? Look no further than yesterday's headlines. On one hand, analysts at JPMorgan raised price targets on major railroads like...

Looking for Winners and Losers of Inflation

Inflation reports from the government today and tomorrow will be closely watched as economists and investors try to forecast the direction of interest rates. Producer...

Stocks Going Places, Part 2: Airlines

Buffett's poking around airlines as the group challenges levels last seen before the 2001 terrorist attacks.
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