Goes two notches from overweight to underweight and drops pt to $39 calling luv just another big four airline
Barclays downgraded Southwest (NYSE: LUV) from Overweight to Underweight ...
Barclays downgraded the airline's stock to "underweight" from "overweight," saying the stock is now trading at too large a premium to its peers.
Can we say idiot ? Lol... What a mindless fool!!!!
2015 have fallen from $10.43 to $9.15
2016 have fallen of a cliff from $8.73 to $7.00
And you dumb bag holders wonder why the stock price is dropping! Fools
Just curious #$%$ it shows that you just started posting on June 11 for the first time, so what other false names do you post on?
Okay short at $52.25 cover at $40.50 which means I made how much on 4000 shares i shorted you imbecile? God you really need to quit masturbating when posting you village idiot!
It will be a cold day in hell before AAl ever see's $45.85 again, but you will see $35 sometime this month. Declining revenue, declining earnings, there no reason to own it at $40 much less $46. Take your hit now, & move on..
2015 earnings estimates have fallen from $10.40 to $9.36
2016 earnings estimates have fallen from $8.73 to $7.11
AAL shares are now fairly value. No growth ,declining earnings no reason to go long. Any pop sell into it.
6/10/2015 Imperial Capital Lower Price Target Outperform $82.00 - $73.00
The EIA says the total of all seven shale plays peaked in April at 5,694,580 bpd and will have declined by 208,782 bpd in July. The one month decline, June to July, the EIA says, will be 93,027 bpd. These July numbers are still 142,720 bpd above the production numbers they have for December. However if the decline they predict in July continues, then production in December 2015 will about 322,000 bpd below the December 2014 numbers.
U.S. crude production hits 43-year high
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The all-time high of about 10M barrels per day was in the early 1970s.
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