US airline shares mixed. American & Delta falls, United gains
Shares of major US airlines were mixed on Monday as oil prices continued to fall for a ninth consecutive day (-0.5% to USD69.51 per barrel) and the broader US stock market was up slightly.
American Airlines adviser and former US Transportation Secretary, Norman Mineta, stated Japan Airlines should retain its relationships with American Airlines and oneworld, as an alliance with Delta Air Lines would “not automatically lead to antitrust immunity”, according to Kyodo reports.
Delta and American eased 1.4% and 0.8%, respectively yesterday.
North & South America selected airlines daily share price movements (% change): 14-Dec-09