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What: Shares of Hawaiian Airlines parent Hawaiian Holdings
So What: Adjusted earnings fell to $0.55 a share, from $0.66 in the year-ago quarter. Of that $0.55, $0.14 was attributable to the release of accrued interest and tax benefits. But even then, Hawaiian’s $0.41 per share in core earnings beat the Street’s average estimate of $0.36.
Now What: In the wake of the merger of Southwest Airlines
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