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May 6, 2012
12:57 EDTAAMRQ, DAL, LCC, UALAirline industry is poised to become a comfortable oligopoly, Barron's contends
The U. S. airline industry seems well on its way to becoming an oligopoly, after years of consolidation, Barron's says. Industry analysts say the consolidation that has occurred in recent years has led to more pricing power in what is essentially a commodity product. Under this scenario, American Airlines (AAMRQ), a relatively disruptive force leading up to its bankruptcy filing in late November, could eventually be swallowed up by US Air, Barron's reports, leaving a big three with enhanced market power. This should benefit Delta (DAL), US Airways Group (LCC) and, most of all, United Continental Holdings (UAL). Reference Link
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August 22, 2014
10:34 EDTUALStocks with call strike movement; UAL CLF
United Continental (UAL) September 55 call option implied volatility decreased 6% to 39, Cliffs Natural (CLF) September 18 call option implied volatility increased 3% to 41 according to IVolatility.
August 20, 2014
12:11 EDTUALStocks with call strike movement; UAL YHOO
United Continental (UAL) December 55 call option implied volatility decreased 3% to 42, Yahoo (YHOO) November 45 call option implied volatility increased 2% to 42 according to IVolatility.
August 19, 2014
11:14 EDTUALStocks with call strike movement; PBR UAL
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08:19 EDTDAL, UALFAA issues NOTAM restricting U.S. operations from flying over Syria
The Federal Aviation Administration issued a new Notice To Airmen restricting U.S. operators from flying in the Damascus Flight Information Region, which includes all of Syria. The FAA said, "This replaces the current NOTAM in place that strongly advises U.S. operators against flying in that airspace and requires them to contact the FAA before they operate in that airspace. Based on an updated assessment of the risk associated with such operations and the lack of any requests from operators wishing to fly in this airspace, we believe it prudent to prohibit U.S. operators from flying into, out of, and over Syria. The ongoing armed conflict and volatile security environment in Syria poses a serious potential threat to civil aviation. Armed extremist groups in Syria are known to be equipped with a variety of anti-aircraft weapons which have the capability to threaten civilian aircraft. Opposition groups have successfully shot down Syrian military aircraft using these anti-aircraft weapon systems during the course of the conflict. Opposition elements have previously warned civilian air carriers against providing service to Syria. Due to the presence of anti-aircraft weapons among the extremist groups and ongoing fighting in various locations throughout Syria, there is a continuing significant potential threat to civil aviation operating in Syrian airspace." Publicly traded companies in the airline industry include American Airlines (AAL), Delta Air Lines (DAL), JetBlue (JBLU), Southwest (LUV) and United Continental (UAL).

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