United Continental has agreed a new credit card deal with Visa and Chase Card Services to extend a current partnership. The news has boosted the company’s share price, while Cowen and Company forecast’s it will add a dollar to UAL’s 2016 EPS. UBS estimates the new agreement will add $5 to shares on a longer view.
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