American Airlines parent AMR Corp. projected in a regulatory filing that third-quarter unit revenue will increase 3.7%-4.7%, surprising Wall Street analysts who had predicted growth of more than 5% and causing AMR's stock price to fall more than 14% yesterday. It marked the company's largest single-day share price drop since 2003.
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