Snippets that capture oil price impact on Transportation Sector

Published: December 23, 2016

Oil prices in the last year hit an all time low of 36 dollars a barrel. Recently after the OPEC oil deal the prices bounced back higher. The transportation sector stocks tend to be sensitive to oil prices and the articles below represent the impact on certain stocks based on Stocksnips sentiment analysis

American Airlines Signals Even Faster Unit Revenue Recovery Than Delta

American's forecast is the latest good news for the airline industry, which in recent weeks has signaled greater operational discipline as fuel costs, which combined with labor make up an airline's biggest expenses, trend higher

BILL PETERS 12/09/2016

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American, United and Delta Beat Revenue Guidance - So Buffett Was Right

The current expectation heading into 2017 is that margins will be squeezed given the increase in labor and jet fuel costs, unless air fares go up

Ted Reed Dec 9, 2016 10:20 AM EST

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American Airlines Shares Jump After Increasing Q4 Passenger Unit Revenue Forecast

The organization also said that while profitability is declining, citing rising oil prices and political, economic, and security risks as concerns, they are eyeing 2017 as another strong year with an estimated $29.8 billion in net profits

Valerie Young Dec 9, 2016 1:53 PM EST

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Alaska Air’s Low-Cost Advantage Seen in Industry-Beating Margins

In spite of having the lowest fuel costs, AAL, DAL, and JBLU still don't enjoy the highest margins

By Ally Schmidt | Dec 7, 2016 12:24 pm EST

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Delta Air Lines Cuts Its Q4 Guidance -- and It's a Good Thing

Rising oil prices are likely to be a bigger driver of cost inflation in the coming years

Adam Levine-Weinberg (TMFGemHunter) Dec 6, 2016 at 12:45PM

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Union Pacific At 52-Week High

All UNP needed was for crude prices to go up, as crude by rail is a key segment of the business, and for coal prices to pick up (or at least have coal inventories subside

9.16 | Brandon Dempster

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