United Airlines Stock Slides After Q4 Earnings As Omicron Delays Demand Recovery

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By Martin Baccardax United Airlines said Omicron concerns will likely hit near-term demand, but the carrier sees a firmer rebound into the second half of the year. United Airlines (UAL) – Get United Airlines Holdings, Inc. Report shares moved lower Thursday after the carrier posted a narrower-than-expected fourth quarter loss but cautioned that Omicron disruption would delay its near-term recovery. United’s fourth quarter loss was pegged at $1.60 per share, down from $7.00 over the same period last year and firmly inside the Street’s $2.11 forecast. Revenues also topped estimates at $8.19 bill…

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