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Delta Air Expanding in Asia
What's Happening with DAL:
Delta Air Lines is utilizing its partnership with Alaska Airlines to expand its reach across the United States and to open more flights to Asia. Delta Airlines will add a flight between Seattle and Shanghai in June 2013 and another between Seattle and Tokyo in March. Delta plans to operate more than 40 daily flights to 15 destinations from Seattle, the home base of Alaska Airlines’ parent company Alaska Air Group Inc.

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American Express Charges Into Earnings Season
What's Happening with AXP:
American Express will take its run through the earnings machine after the market close on Wednesday. Analysts will be looking for earnings for the third quarter of $1.09 per share, a small increase from the $1.03 reported in the prior year's third quarter. The current estimate has risen from $1.06 three months ago to sit at $1.08 just two months ago before being bumped up to its current level. Analysts will be looking for revenue to come in around $7.91 billion, a slight 4.4% rise from the year ago quarter when the company reported revenue of $7.57 billion. For the year analysts are looking for a 5.7% rise in revenue to $31.66 billion with annual earnings at $4.40 per share.

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Boeing Gets Big 737 Order
What's Happening with BA:
Boeing said Alaska Airlines committed to buy 50 of its 737 jetliners,  with a list value of $5 billion, the largest order ever for Alaska Air. The contract from Alaska Air Group's (ALK) Alaska Airlines unit includes 37 of Boeing's upcoming 737 MAX jets, an upgraded version that has a new, more fuel efficient engine than previous models. The airline also bought 13 of the company's currently shipping Next Generation line of extended-range 737s. Earlier this month, Boeing said it delivered 12 of its new wide-body 787 Dreamliners last quarter, double the number that rolled off its lines the prior quarter. Boeing is just starting delivery of the new wide body jet, which is made of lighter composite materials that lower manufacturing costs and give it better fuel mileage.

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FedEx Targets Costs with $1.7 Billion Plan
What's Happening with FDX:
FedEx recently announced a cost cutting plan which targets $1.7 billion improvements over the next three years primarily by cutting expenses at its express delivery business. A big part of the plan is to phase out about 5,000 of its older delivery trucks and airplanes, and replace them with more modern, fuel efficient ones. The upgrades to the aircraft alone are expected to save $300 million in the next two years. The overhaul reflects FedEx’s view that the move of some customers to ground, freight and even ocean shipping is permanent and not a temporary change linked to a slowing economy.

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Mattel Toys with Earnings Season
What's Happening with MAT:
Mattel will unveil its latest earnings on Tuesday before the market open. The average analyst estimate is for profit of 99 cents per share, a rise of 15.1% from the company's actual earnings for the year ago quarter. The average estimate has risen slightly from its 98 cent level three months ago to its current level about a month ago. Analysts are projecting a rise of 4% in revenue from the year earlier quarter to $2.08 billion from $2 billion. For the year, analysts are projecting net income of $2.46 per share, a rise of 12.8% from last year on revenue of $6.45 billion, a 3% rise from the previous year.

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