Due to a recent rebound in fuel prices and the grounding of Boeing's 737 MAX, American Airlines no longer expects a big earnings recovery this year.
News & Analysis: American Airlines Group
One analyst argues the bad news is baked in and sets a "floor" below which shares will not fall.
AAL earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2019.
By adding flights at its two largest hubs -- Dallas-Fort Worth and Charlotte -- American Airlines should be able to significantly improve its earnings trajectory over the next several quarters.
The stock market was down on trade-related concerns.
Higher fuel prices hurt profitability last year, and analysts don't see the situation improving in 2019.
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American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Hawaiian Holdings, and United Continental are salivating over the opportunity to operate more flights at Tokyo's most convenient airport.
With nearly four dozen securities in Berkshire Hathaway's portfolio, these may be next on the chopping block.
The airline giant didn't come close to reaching its earnings forecast in 2018. Is the second time the charm?