Diamonds and Dogs
11/28/14Southwest Airlines (LUV)
Southwest Airlines was flying high today up 3.80 to a 41.82 stock price close. Southwest is on the rise due to current low fuel prices and posting a positive financial report after the third quarter in 2014. Southwest plans to expand its new international operations to 50 international destinations with Mexico and Dominican Republic next. It looks like the sky is the limit for Southwest Airlines.
Exxon Mobil Corporation (XOM)
Exxon Mobil closed down 6.27 dollars per share to close at 90.54. Oil stocks fell today, which is directly correlated with the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) rejecting the call to lower the output of oil. The output of oil has led to a fall in oil prices and a fall in energy stocks. As of today the future for Exxon Mobil is unknown and unpredictable leading Exxon to become the Dog of the day.
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