UAL - United Continental Holdings, Inc.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
72.94
-1.48 (-1.99%)
At close: 4:01PM EDT
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Previous Close74.42
Open74.19
Bid0.00 x 800
Ask0.00 x 3000
Day's Range72.79 - 75.53
52 Week Range56.51 - 81.39
Volume3,980,190
Avg. Volume3,444,552
Market Cap20.224B
Beta1.13
PE Ratio (TTM)9.92
EPS (TTM)7.36
Earnings DateJul 16, 2018 - Jul 20, 2018
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend Date2008-01-07
1y Target Est85.20
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  • United Airlines Removing Stroopwafels From U.S. Menu
    Bloombergyesterday

    United Airlines Removing Stroopwafels From U.S. Menu

    Customers are upset after United Airlines removed stroopwafels from its on-board menu #tictocnews (Source: Bloomberg)

  • How United Airlines came to have a hit LGBT pride T-shirt
    American City Business Journals2 days ago

    How United Airlines came to have a hit LGBT pride T-shirt

    United prides itself on being a diverse, inclusive carrier, and a popular T-shirt is helping spread the word.

  • Barrons.com2 days ago

    Maybe Airlines Like United and Delta Aren't 'Over Earning' After All

    Stifel's Joseph DeNardi takes a look at where airlines make their money (geographically speaking, not fees for things like checked bags that used to be free), writing that United Continental Holdings (UAL) has been feeling the brunt of lower margins in the Asia Pacific region. Using revenue and expenses reported by geographical region to the Department of Transportation, DeNardi writes that although both domestic and international margins contracted for the Big 3 airlines--American Airlines Group (AAL), Delta Air Lines (DAL), and United--last year on higher fuel costs, domestic profitability held up better than international. Without a standard for how companies allocate costs between regions, comparing regional margins can be "tricky," but his estimates that the lower profitability internationally was due largely to "significant challenges on the Pacific." Given that in 2017, the Pacific network accounted for about 12% of United's traffic--compared with 7% for Delta and 4% for American--the airline has been most impacted by these lower margins for the region, DeNardi writes.

  • United Airlines adds new flight status capabilities to app
    American City Business Journals2 days ago

    United Airlines adds new flight status capabilities to app

    The carrier is making more information available on the United app to make travel on Star Alliance partners easier.

  • American Airlines Plans Some Much-Needed Job Cuts
    Motley Fool2 days ago

    American Airlines Plans Some Much-Needed Job Cuts

    With profitability under pressure and its merger-integration process drawing to a close, American Airlines has decided to eliminate some unnecessary management positions.

  • The Wall Street Journal4 days ago

    [$$] Major Airlines Say No to Transporting Children Separated From Immigrant Parents

    Alaska Airlines also put the government on notice that it doesn’t want to transport migrant children being separated from their families, and Denver-based Frontier Airlines also said it wouldn’t knowingly transport such children. American said it “has no knowledge” that the government had used it to transport children affected by the policy, but said it “would be extremely disappointed to learn that it is the case.” American said it provides travel to the federal government through contracts but that the government doesn’t disclose information about the nature of the flights it takes or passengers who are traveling. signed an executive order “to keep families together.” His administration’s policy of detaining adults seeking asylum at the southern border has separated thousands of children from the adults they traveled with and drawn a firestorm of criticism.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    U.S. airlines ask government not to put separated migrant children on flights

    Four major U.S. airlines have asked the federal government not to use their flights to transport migrant children who have been separated from their parents as part of the Trump administration's policy on illegal immigration. American Airlines Group Inc, United Continental Holdings Inc and Frontier Airlines issued statements on Wednesday before U.S. President Donald Trump backed down from the policy and signed an executive order to end the immediate separation of families detained at the U.S.-Mexico border for entering the country illegally.

  • TheStreet.com4 days ago

    Mick Mulvaney Says Immigrant Child Separation Policy Is Fair

    Mick Mulvaney, director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, said on Wednesday that he thinks that even though it's expensive, it's fair that the U.S. pursues its current zero tolerance immigration policy, in which children are separated from their parents and sometimes flown thousands of miles away. Speaking at the CB Insights Future of Fintech Conference in New York, Mulvaney explained that those who attempt to immigrate to the U.S. legally are not being separated from their families. Mulvaney made the argument that if he were arrested for drunk driving and thrown in jail for a night, his children would not be permitted to stay the night with him in his cell.

  • TheStreet.com4 days ago

    Airlines Rebuke Trump Policy of Separating Children

    U.S. carriers issued a swift rebuke of the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" immigration policy that separates children from their family before the president reversed course and signed an executive order to end the practice that elicited strong bipartisan criticism. "The family separation process that has been widely publicized is not at all aligned with the values of American Airlines -- we bring families together, not apart," the Fort Worth, Texas-based company said in a statement. "We have therefore requested the federal government to immediately refrain from using American for the purpose of transporting children who have been separated from their families due to the current immigration policy.

  • United Airlines, American Airlines refuse to transport migrant children
    American City Business Journals4 days ago

    United Airlines, American Airlines refuse to transport migrant children

    As outrage over the immigrant children crisis intensifies, two of the nation's largest airlines responded.

  • Delta updates support animal policy, bans 'pit bull type dogs'
    American City Business Journals4 days ago

    Delta updates support animal policy, bans 'pit bull type dogs'

    Delta said these new updates "are the direct result of growing safety concerns following recent incidents in which several employees were bitten."

  • CNBC4 days ago

    Airlines to Trump administration: Don't fly migrant children separated from families on our planes

    President Trump signed an order that he said would keep families together. American Airlines and United said they do not have knowledge that migrant children separated from their families were transported on their aircraft. The practice has rattled flight attendants, the country's largest labor union said.

  • Emanuel boots aviation honcho Ginger Evans
    American City Business Journals4 days ago

    Emanuel boots aviation honcho Ginger Evans

    Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, without warning, dumps his highest paid city official and appoints procurement expert to run aviation department.

  • Fortune4 days ago

    Airlines Tell Government to Keep Separated Migrant Children Off Their Planes Amid Viral Video Fallout

    Response comes after viral post points at carrier.

  • United Airlines going trendy with new morning snack
    American City Business Journals4 days ago

    United Airlines going trendy with new morning snack

    United Airlines found a wafer it liked in Savannah, Georgia that the airline is about to share with passengers as soon as this weekend.

  • A Sweet Start to the Morning: United Adds Maple-Flavored Cookie to its Complimentary Snack Rotation
    PR Newswire4 days ago

    A Sweet Start to the Morning: United Adds Maple-Flavored Cookie to its Complimentary Snack Rotation

    CHICAGO, June 20, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Building on one of the hottest flavor trends, United Airlines (UAL) is introducing a new item into its complimentary snack rotation on domestic flights departing before 9:45 a.m. This new snack, created especially for the airline by Byrd Cookie Company, is a maple wafer cookie that combines a crunchy texture with a sweet maple flavor. Byrd Cookie Company is certified by the Women's Business Enterprise National Council as a woman-owned business.

  • Ultra-low-fare airlines are also among the most profitable, report say
    American City Business Journals5 days ago

    Ultra-low-fare airlines are also among the most profitable, report say

    As United works to improve operating margins, ultra-low-fare carriers are showing the rest of U.S.-based airlines how it's done.

  • American Airlines settles antitrust suit for $45M, while Delta holds steady
    American City Business Journals5 days ago

    American Airlines settles antitrust suit for $45M, while Delta holds steady

    The airline agreed to pay $45 million to settle an antitrust lawsuit that accused the four largest airlines of colluding to limit capacity in order to raise prices. Delta and United are still involved in the suit.

  • See what the IHS Markit Score report has to say about United Continental Holdings Inc.
    Markit5 days ago

    See what the IHS Markit Score report has to say about United Continental Holdings Inc.

    Short interest is low for UAL with fewer than 5% of shares on loan. The last change in the short interest score occurred more than 1 month ago and implies that there has been little change in sentiment among investors who seek to profit from falling equity prices.

  • United’s CEO admits the airline had an unhealthy obsession with rules
    Quartz6 days ago

    United’s CEO admits the airline had an unhealthy obsession with rules

    In the airline industry’s pitched battle for passengers, on-time arrivals became the essential metric by which they competed. Because nothing was more important to customers than dependability, airlines developed rules and procedures that emphasized ruthless efficiency, said United CEO Oscar Munoz. That misplaced emphasis, he said, led to last year’s notorious dragging episode, in which…

  • Delta Air Lines Retools Again in Asia
    Motley Fool8 days ago

    Delta Air Lines Retools Again in Asia

    Five years after initiating a major strategy shift in Asia, Delta Air Lines is making more changes to its transpacific route network.

  • Forbes9 days ago

    Is United Airlines Finally Gaining Ground? Its Shares Lead The Industry In 2018

    Investors recoiled in January when United President Scott Kirby unveiled plans for 4% to 6% capacity growth. In fact, United is the only one of the top eight airlines whose stock has risen in 2018, with a gain of 7.5%.  Second place Delta is down 2.5%, while eighth place Southwest is down 21%. In general, rising fuel prices accompanied by capacity growth fears have spooked airline investors, despite executives’ repeated assertions that the industry has fundamentally changed and that it can be expected to respond to rising fuel costs with rising ticket prices and capacity cuts – but not until the summer travel period ends.

  • See what the IHS Markit Score report has to say about United Continental Holdings Inc.
    Markit9 days ago

    See what the IHS Markit Score report has to say about United Continental Holdings Inc.

    Short interest is low for UAL with fewer than 5% of shares on loan. The last change in the short interest score occurred more than 1 month ago and implies that there has been little change in sentiment among investors who seek to profit from falling equity prices.

  • Benzinga10 days ago

    United Airlines Looks Primed For A Breakout

    Shares of United Continental holdings Inc (NYSE: UAL ) look like they're primed for a breakout.  The stock, which has struggled to regain losses from the February sell-off, is right up against the $73 ...

  • After issues overseas, American Airlines customers may find themselves on Qatar Airways aircraft
    American City Business Journals10 days ago

    After issues overseas, American Airlines customers may find themselves on Qatar Airways aircraft

    Issues with engines on British Airways flights overseas may mean American Airlines customers finding themselves on Qatar Airways aircraft.