- US stock futures hang on for second day of Powell testimony
- United Continental boosts full-year outlook as Q2 earnings beat forecasts
- Airlines lose altitude after American Airline cuts outlook for a key metric
- US airline stocks tumble after warnings of higher fuel costs
- Southwest warns on weaker bookings after fatal engine failure
- United Continental shares rise after-hours as results top forecasts
- Airline stocks rally as Delta strikes upbeat view on fuel costs
- Airline stocks grounded for second day by oil surge
- Airlines knocked off course by oil surge
- Southwest drags airline stocks lower after weak guidance
United Continental Holdings Inc (UAL:NYQ) closed at 79.24, -0.55% below its 52-week high of 79.68, set on Jul 18, 2017.
56.51Nov 15 201779.68Jul 18 2017
Markit short selling activity
|Market cap||20.14bn USD|
|EPS (TTM)||6.45 |
Data delayed at least 15 minutes, as of Jul 18 2018 20:49 BST.