Airline, Hotel and Cruise Stocks Generated $1 Billion in Profits for Short-Sellers in July
One industry's pain is another's pleasure. That's the stock market.
Maiya Keidan, Reuters | 4 years ago
You're hearing a lot of doomsday forecasts for 2019. Global recession. Stock market rout. Runaway inflation. We're here to give you the flip side for how travel this year could be just fine. Listen to our experts on Wednesday, January 16 at 1 p.m. EST on a Skift Call. Please join us for this all-important discussion.
Tom Lowry, Skift | 5 years ago
You have to wonder whether Priceline relished breaking the $1,000 per share barrier or eclipsed the mark fearfully. With such records come very great expectations.
Dennis Schaal, Skift | 10 years ago
Berkshire Hathaway is a big transportation investor -- in rail. Despite the changed conditions in the airline industry since Warren Buffett invested in US Air, some of what he says still rings true: "You’ve got huge fixed costs, you’ve got strong labor unions and you’ve got commodity pricing. That is not a great recipe for success."
Skift | 11 years ago
Investors already bullish on real estate growth in Dubai are jumping to invest, especially in projects like the newly announced luxury hotels headed by Emaar, the developer of the world’s tallest tower. Will things end differently this time around?
Zahra Hankir, Bloomberg | 11 years ago