Hawaiian Holdings BOASTS 83.4% On-Time Rate and 4 Stocks Enjoying 52-Week Highs

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Hawaiian Holdings (NASDAQ:HA): The United States’ biggest airlines reported an on-time arrival rate of 83.4 percent in May, a year-to-year increase over the 77.1 percent on-time rate of May 2011, but down a bit from April’s 86.3 percent rate, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Air Travel Consumer Report. Shares closed up 0.74 percent on the day at $6.80, having traded between $3.67 and $6.98 during the last 52 weeks.

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Grand Canyon Educati (NASDAQ:LOPE): David Einhorn warns that quality isn’t particularly high in the for-profit education sector. On this occasion Einhorn is piling on some already trod-upon names with profit warnings, accreditation problems, and stricter legislation impacting the industry. Shares closed down 2.16 percent on the day at $21.25, having traded between $13.73 and $21.77 the lat 52 weeks.

Altria Group (NYSE:MO): A New York City resolution requiring that retailers who sell cigarettes display signs containing graphic health warnings, was struck down by the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, by uphold a 2010 district court decision to the same effect. Both the trial court and the appellate court found that such local mandates are preempted by federal law. Specifically, the court held that the city cannot require retailers to post warning messages adjacent to cigarette displays, because doing that would affect the content of the retailers and manufacturers’ promotional efforts. Shares closed up 0.77 percent on the day at $35.43, having traded in a 52-week range of $23.20 to $35.21.

Philip Morris Intern (NYSE:PM) shares closed up 0.1 percent on the day at $90.70, having traded in the past 52 weeks between $60.45 and $91.05.

Reynolds American (NYSE:RAI): A New York City resolution requiring that retailers who sell cigarettes display signs containing graphic health warnings, was struck down by the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, by uphold a 2010 district court decision to the same effect. Both the trial court and the appellate court found that such local mandates are preempted by federal law. Specifically, the court held that the city cannot require retailers to post warning messages adjacent to cigarette displays, because doing that would affect the content of the retailers and manufacturers’ promotional efforts. Shares closed up 0.61 percent on the day at $45.82, having traded in a 52-week range of $31.82 to $45.85.

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