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United Airlines Stock Falls Amid Passenger Controversy

United Airlines Stock Falls Amid Passenger Controversy

In the wake of a rapidly evolving scandal, shares of United Continental Holdings Inc. (UAL) plunged nearly 7 percent in after-hours trading between Monday and Tuesday, then rebounded in the lead-up to market open Tuesday morning, only to fall once more by at least 2 percent, edging back up above $70 by the early afternoon.
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