Delta Air Lines (DAL)
$55.80 0.34 (0.61%)
18:53 EST DAL Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $55.80
Market Cap 39.14B
PE Ratio 11.27
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 4.07M
Day's Range 55.65 - 56.15
52-Week Range 45.08 - 63.44
Dividend & Yield 1.31 (2.35%)
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With Delta putting up record profit and revenue figures in Q2 and travel statistics all but moving skyward, it would take a catastrophic event for United Airline stock to miss consensus targets.
Options trading was buzzing in Delta Air Lines, Micron and Disney on Wednesday. Here are the metrics that matter moving forward.
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Long term, DAL stock is working well. Short term, this is not an obvious place to initiate a new bullish position in Delta.
Nike, Delta Air Lines, Lyft, Advanced Micro Devices and Salesforce are our top stock trades to watch for Thursday.
Delta Air Lines earnings for the first quarter of the year are out and it looks good for the company with an EPS and revenue beat.
DAL stock is well up from early January lows, but more of the same will largely hinge on Delta's upcoming Q1 earnings report.
With the longest bull market hanging in the balance this earnings season, these stocks to watch could be the difference-maker.
Growth investors may consider buying into the current share price of three airline stocks, Delta, Spirit and Latam.
AAL stock has a technical opportunity coming that could carry it to $45 per share, which makes American Airlines appealing despite Wall Street's lack of affection.
These 4 large-cap stocks are trading at a low valuation despite being in the midst of rallies.
Delta Airlines (DAL) announced today it has renewed its credit card partnership with American Express (AXP), lifting DAL stock 6% Tuesday.
General Motors, Lyft, Delta Air Lines and Wynn are our top stock trades for Wednesday. Let's get a look at the charts to see why.
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