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|Day's Range||56.66 - 58.40|
|52 Week Range||49.76 - 66.99|
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Increasing hotel prices haven't dampened Americans' desire to travel. The new buzzword 'experiences' - which have domestic travelers looking abroad. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Andy Serwer, Dan Robers and Brittany Jones-Cooper talk about trends in the industry.
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Wednesday: General Mills Inc., down $4.42 to $45.51 The Cheerios maker cut its profit forecast after it reported rising costs in the third quarter. MuleSoft ...
Southwest Airlines on Wednesday cut its Q1 unit revenue target, citing a "competitive fare environment." Some are blaming United Airlines' expansion plans.
U.S. stocks rose on Wednesday, building on earlier gains after the U.S. Federal Reserve raised interest rates as expected and a recovery on Facebook shares. The Federal Reserve raised interest rates and forecast at least two more hikes for 2018, signaling growing confidence that U.S. tax cuts and government spending will boost the economy and inflation and lead to more aggressive future tightening.
Shares of Southwest Airlines (LUV) are lower on Wednesday, hurt by its first-quarter guidance. The airline said it expects first quarter revenue per available seat mile (RASM) to be comparable with the first quarter of last year, and that March year-over-year RASM trends for the non-peak travel periods have been below its previous expectations. Southwest blamed the "competitive fare environment" for the weakness, along with lower-than-expected travel demand, hampered by spring break timing.
Airline stocks were broadly lower Wednesday, led by weakness in Southwest Airlines Co. shares , after the company cut its unit revenue outlook, citing the competitive fair environment and disappointing ...
Wall Street gained late on Wednesday morning, ahead of an imminent U.S. interest rate hike, as Facebook Inc's shares reversed course to trade higher and energy stocks got a boost from surging oil prices. Facebook shares gained 1.5 percent and provided some relief to the technology sector after two bruising days during which the social media company lost some $50 billion in market value over reports of data misuse that raised broader questions about consumer privacy and the need for tougher regulation.
Southwest Airlines Co. cut its outlook for first-quarter revenue per available seat mile (RASM) to be in line with a year ago from previous guidance of a 1% to 2% increase, primarily because the competitive ...