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InvestorPlace7 Airline Stocks to Watch If a Coronavirus Vaccine Is NearDo we finally have blue skies ahead for airline stocks? It’s too early to sound the all-clear, but things are certainly looking up. The announcement of the Pfizer (NYSE:PFE) vaccine breakthrough last week set off a seismic shift in the stock market. Traders started to dump their tech and work-from-home stocks while buying out-of-favor airlines, cruise companies, restaurants, retailers and other pandemic-recovery shares.
And that makes a ton of sense. Since then, we’ve heard even more positive news. For example, the Moderna (NASDAQ:MRNA) vaccine also delivered excellent results in clinical trials, giving the world a safety net if anything goes wrong with the Pfizer candidate.
As such, we can hopefully start looking forward to a post-pandemic world once and for all.InvestorPlace – Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips

7 Cyclical Stocks Still Hoping for Another Stimulus Round

So, with the aviation and aerospace sectors on the mend, traders can start making moves in these names. Here are the outlooks for seven leading airline stocks:
United Airlines (NASDAQ:UAL)
Southwest Airlines (NYSE:LUV)
American Airlines (NASDAQ:AAL)
Delta Airlines (NYSE:DAL)
Hawaiian Airlines (NASDAQ:HA)
Volaris (NYSE:VLRS)
Copa Airlines (NYSE:CPA)

Airline Stocks to Buy: United Airlines (UAL)
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United Airlines finds itself in a middle ground, as far as the major U.S. carriers go. It’s in a much better financial situation than American, ensuring that it has some flexibility. …