Delta Air Lines (DAL)
$22.48 0.20 (0.88%)
20:00 EDT DAL Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $22.48
Market Cap 15.77B
PE Ratio 4.54
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 48.97M
Day's Range 21.75 - 23.65
52-Week Range 19.10 - 63.44
Dividend & Yield 1.31 (5.83%)
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Delta Air Lines stock is one of the highest-quality airlines investors can buy. But that doesn't mean DAL stock can't revisit the lows.
Losing a whole group of consumers is never ideal. But for DAL stock and the airliners, this terrible situation may become a reality.
Ok, so you’ve got Delta’s CEO in a much better frame of mind, and a stock price that’s on sale from a month ago. Unless something’s fundamentally changed about Buffett’s faith in the airlines over the past month, he ought to be buying more.
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By David Moadel
Airlines will recover at some point, and that recovery includes Delta Airlines. But the timing still isn't quite right yet to buy DAL stock.
Stocks hit new 52-week lows in the stock market today, as equities continue to free-fall on coronavirus-related worries.
Boeing fall to $101, while the White House talks about stimulus for Americans. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
We ended the week with a surge in U.S. stocks. Here's what happened in the stock market today to trigger the rally.
Boeing, airline stocks and hotels continue to get pummeled, while everything's being sold. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
Tesla made its one-millionth car, while Delta expects to save $2 billion in fuel costs. Here's the stock market today.
Boeing fell to multi-year lows, while the VIX is roaring. Here's what happened in the stock market today, on March 5.
Delta Airlines is just months removed from paying out $6.9 billion in bonuses to employees; DAL stock can weather the coronavirus storm.
We saw equities fall in the stock market today, despite the Federal Reserve stepping up with an emergency 50-basis-points rate cut.
Airline stocks and the transportation sector are lagging the S&P 500. But there is relief as DAL, LUV and IYT all are near support.
Alphabet, Salesforce, the XLE ETF, American Airlines and Delta Air Lines were our top stock trades on Wednesday.
These five dividend stocks have total yields equivalent to 8% or more of their market value, making them attractive for investors.
Coronavirus headlines have wreaked havoc on the travel industry. But DAL stock has corrected and now it's time to be bullish.
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