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Good morning earnings season kicks off with a cloud over the heads of investors and airlines get a failing grade for more passengers.
United Airlines had -- complaint rate of fourteen airlines in a recent study.
Which analyzed complaints filed in 2012.
With the Department of Transportation.
Researchers at Purdue university in Wichita State University say United's complaint rate doubled from the previous year.
American Airlines and expressjet.
Had the worst on time performance to seven point nine cent of their flights arrived on time.
Earnings season begins today when Alcoa reports after the closing bell.
Analysts warn investors that the estimated growth rate for the first quarter made -- point.
-- experts predicting a growth rate between 97 tenths of a percent and positive one point 5%.
One reason companies are predicting slower growth.
A large number of firms in the S&P 500 have already issued negative earnings guidance in recently.
Among the companies reporting this week CarMax Bed, Bath & Beyond.
And financial powerhouse JPMorgan -- The latest survey of traffic congestion in North America may surprise you.
-- GPS firm Tom Tom says Los Angeles came in first place on its latest congestion index a surprise there but number two.
Was Vancouver in Canada and third place Honolulu Hawaii.
New York City.
Failed to make the top ten and that index measures data gathered by TomTom GPS devices and is calculated using that data and average travel times.
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