American Airlines' parent AMR Corp.'s stock price regained some ground Tuesday following a plunge of more than 40% at one point Monday.
American Airlines 737-800. By Rob Finlayson American Airlines' parent AMR Corp.'s stock price regained some ground Tuesday following a plunge of more than 40% at one point Monday. Company shares were sold off at such a fast rate Monday that automatic stops in trading AMR shares were triggered on the New York Stock Exchange. The share decline increased speculation about AMR's financial health, including renewed talk among media and analysts of a potential Chapter 11 ...
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