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Adam Levine-Weinberg

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Adam Levine-Weinberg is a senior Industrials/Consumer Goods specialist with The Motley Fool. He is an avid stock-market watcher and a value investor at heart. He primarily covers airline, auto, retail, and tech stocks. Follow him on Twitter for the latest news and commentary on the airline industry!

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Airlines' Coronavirus Cash Crunch Deepens With DOT Refund Ruling

Airlines canceling flights must offer prompt cash refunds, not just credits for future travel. That could cause airlines' cash burn to accelerate.


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With Coronavirus Looming Large, Southwest Airlines Is Hoarding Cash

The low-fare airline giant has built up a roughly $8 billion cash stockpile to help it weather the storm.


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Coronavirus Forces American Airlines to Accelerate Fleet Retirements

As long as American Airlines must significantly reduce its near-term capacity, it might as well simplify its fleet, too.


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3 Stocks to Buy With Your $1,200 Stimulus Check That Are No Joke

If you can spare the $1,200 stimulus money you'll receive this month, consider investing it in high-quality companies that are trading at a discount because of the COVID-19 pandemic.


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Will Warren Buffett Buy an Airline? Or Is He Looking to Sell?

Airline stocks have plunged over the past month, which could make this a great time for Warren Buffett to deploy some of Berkshire Hathaway's excess cash.

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GE's Biopharma Sale Is Coming at Exactly the Right Time

The COVID-19 pandemic will disrupt parts of GE's business this year, but a $20 billion asset sale set to close a few days from now will give General Electric ample flexibility to manage through the headwinds.


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These Airlines Are Cutting the Most Flights As Coronavirus Crushes Air Travel

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced every U.S. airline to make deep schedule cuts. But these four airlines have been more aggressive than peers when it comes to chopping money-losing flights.


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Department Stores Suspend Dividends and Conserve Cash As Coronavirus Crushes Sales

America's top three department-store operators have jumped into action to mitigate a working-capital crunch, as sales dry up from the COVID-19 pandemic.


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"Airlines" Didn't Waste All Their Cash Flow on Share Buybacks: American Airlines Did

Airlines have spent plenty on share buybacks. But with the exception of American, they haven't been as improvident as headlines suggest.


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With Coronavirus Spreading, Hawaii Cracks Down on Tourism: What Does It Mean for Airlines?

A new quarantine order for people arriving in Hawaii will effectively ban tourism in the popular island state through late May.

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Even After the Recent Sell-Off, You Should Still Avoid These Airline Stocks Right Now

Airline stocks have plunged over the past month. But while some stocks in the industry appear oversold, investors shouldn't expect a speedy recovery for American Airlines and United Airlines.


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This Airline Stock Is a Buy After the Coronavirus Selloff

It hasn't fallen as much as many other airline stocks over the past month, but it does have an industry-leading balance sheet, low cost structure, and strong record of producing free cash flow.


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With Coronavirus Decimating the Industry, Should You Buy Airline Stocks Right Now?

Bbargain-hunting investors should stick to airlines with solid balance sheets and track records of strong free cash flow.


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With Coronavirus Fears and Bailout Rumors Looming, Should You Buy or Sell Boeing Stock Right Now?

Shares have plunged 70% over the past month, but between a crushing debt load and a sizable multiyear reduction in new aircraft demand, investors should still stay away.


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Coronavirus Has Cash-Rich Airlines Scrambling

American Airlines and United Airlines are about to start burning through billions of dollars a month as air travel demand plunges to near zero because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Delta Air Lines Takes Extreme Measures as Coronavirus Crushes Demand

Air travel demand is drying up as the COVID-19 pandemic spreads across the globe. Delta Air Lines is responding aggressively.


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The COVID-19 Pandemic Slams Into Airlines: Are There Any Bargains?

Air travel demand has collapsed over the past two weeks as COVID-19 has turned into a global pandemic. The sharp sell-off in airline shares has created some buying opportunities among domestic-focused low-fare carriers.


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Macy's Credit Rating Cut to Junk: Should Investors Worry?

The department store giant just suffered a major credit rating downgrade, but its balance sheet is actually in better shape than it has been in years.


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Embraer's Outlook Is Brightening

The Brazilian aerospace company's planned sale of an 80% stake in its commercial jet business to Boeing is likely to be approved this year. Meanwhile, the rest of its business has returned to growth.


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American Airlines and Alaska Air Join Forces to Take On Delta

American Airlines is weak in the Pacific Northwest, while Alaska Airlines needs a better option for serving its customers' international travel needs.