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In 2015, $AA posted a loss of $121MM, or $0.15 per share, compared to $268MM, or $0.21 per share, in 2014. Excluding items, $AA reported earnings of $787MM, or $0.56 per share, in 2015. Strong productivity & favorable currency impacts were offset by lower metal prices & cost increases. Revenue in 2015 was $22.5Bil, down 6% from $23.9Bil in 2014.
$MON shares dip slightly; I wonder this is because of the environmental lawsuit filed by the Washington state against the production of PCBs.
My bet is that $FR will reach $32 in the short term. It’s time it broke the 52-week high and had its fair share of growth.
$WYNN got bruised up by China after its decision to cut withdrawal limit in Macau ATMs. Wynn Resorts shares went down by more than 11%! Well who could have guessed that right?