Expedia Resumes American Airlines Relationship

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EXPE logoExpedia (EXPE - option chain) shares are rising today after AMR Corp. (AMR) said it has reached an agreement with EXPE that will allow Expedia to offer American Airlines and American Eagle flights on its website. Expedia had pulled AMR fares from its site in December after AMR began pushing the use of direct links to its own sites. If you think that the stock won't fall by too much in the coming months, then now could be a good time to look at a bullish hedged trade on EXPE.

EXPE opened this morning at $23.50. So far today the stock has hit a low of $22.74 and a high of $23.55. As of 12:05, EXPE is trading at $23.11 up 0.68 (3.0%). The chart for EXPE looks bullish and S&P gives EXPE a positive 5 STARS (out of 5) strong buy ranking.

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