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Air Canada T.AC

Sector: Industrials | Sub-Sector: Airlines
Alternate Symbol(s):  T.AC.B

Air Canada provides scheduled passenger services in the Canadian market, the Canada-US transborder market as well as the international markets to and from Canada.
Price: $11.40 | Change: +$0.20 | %Change: +1.79%
Volume: 591,603 | Day High/Low: 11.44/11.11 | 52 Week High/Low: 12.67/5.135
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This sounds like a bit of an 'on purpose' accidental posting...But hey I'll bite, why do you think IAE will double in a year?...How long have they been around?...I could check Sedar but I can more
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Sorry about this AC people. Gekko can't handle 2 threads at once!   Best for 2015. Disgard, or take a look @ IAE for a DOUBLE in 2015! Best GG  rate and reply
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... Notwithstanding Ithaca’s significant near-term growth prospects, the company is presently trading at a significant discount to its net asset value of approximately $3.25 per share. As more
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Jetlines lays out flight plan...

VANCOUVER — Canada Jetlines Ltd. is aiming to launch jet service in the West in the summer of 2015 as it seeks to lure consumers away from planes with propellers. Vancouver-based Jetlines more
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Ac cost cutting measures

Something the company and no one talks about, other than fuel cost being low, ac is saving lots of $ with cabin crew alone, since the ministry of transport has granted the airline to fly 1 more
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RBC's Target is $18.00/Shr

As crazy as it sounds, AC seems to have all the ducks lined up nicely.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:finally new resistance!

Rooster lol new resistance I'm guessing 11.85 in the future  rate and reply
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RE:finally new resistance!

That's right rooster!  Strap yourself in for a ride in 2015!  Wooooooo!!!!!  rate and reply
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finally new resistance!

Highlights Technical Events 11 bullish - closest target $14.10 - $14.90 8 bearish  See table below for details. This page shows active events - view historical lookup for more. more
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RE:The Big Picture

Merry Christmas everyone! Go Long AC!  rate and reply
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The Big Picture

December 24th, 2012:  Air Canada closed at 1.00 December 24th 2013:  Air Canada closed at 7.41 Today Air Canada closed at 11.41 Is there really anything else that needs to be said? more
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RE:Will |Ackman unload on a Canadian Air Line

As soon as I saw the prearranged trading last week I considered this a definite possibility.  Ackman has not only been involved with CP rail, but has also influenced the Burger King buyout of more
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Will |Ackman unload on a Canadian Air Line

Does anyone for see Mr. Ackman buying up a Canadian Airline?? He has a Canadian Rail line now I think he will be after an Air Line.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Guess which airline is dragging again today

You mean 11.39.. AC cant even stay above it, for the past week its been this way , hopefully soon one day when i get home to check scotia online that the resistance will be changed to atleast more
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RE:Guess which airline is dragging again today

And just as you spoke, AC proceeds to test resistance at 11.40.  Boom!!   Go AC!  rate and reply
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RE:Guess which airline is dragging again today

doubt it. i think we will reach a new highs before Q4. unless something unexpected comes along.  rate and reply
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Guess which airline is dragging again today

If you guessed AC, you are absolutely correct once again!!! Westjet - UP American Airlines - UP Southwest Airlines - UP AC - Dropping and dropping and dropping If you are asking yourself why more
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2015 gains

I supect alot of us will be locking in our gains for 2015  on friday.  rate and reply
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Oil versus airfare, and why prices never go down

Adam Minter: Oil versus airfare, and why prices never go down Facebook | Twitter | Google+ | Email Adam Minter, Special to National Post Tuesday, Dec. 23, 2014 You more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:low volume

I'm actually flying with AC today. Flight is packed! Like sardines inside a can. :)  rate and reply

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