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JETS Moves on American Airline News

from ETF Daily News May 9, 2017

JETS Moves on American Airlines News

American Airlines, one of the nation’s largest carriers, released bullish news on May 9, boosting its TRASM guidance as April passenger volumes jumped from last year. As ETF Daily News reports, the U.S. Global Jets ETF (NYSE: JETS) jumped to a new 52-week high following the news. American is one of the top four holdings in the airline industry-related ETF. The positive news sent shares of American over 3 percent that morning, with several of its competitors benefiting from the move as well.



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