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  • Pull Malaysia Airlines

    Yes Malaysia Airlines should be pulled from the stock markets. After the tragedy of the two flights, the stocks of this company has dramatically fallen. Pulling the company from the company from the stock market may help investors save the company from becoming bankrupt. The company will probably have a better chance a recuperating.

  • Malaysia AIrlines is too risky.

    Malayasia Airlines have had two major incidents the past few months. First, the missing airplane still has not been confirmed to be found. That is probably the biggest failure an airline could have, losing an airplane is simply unacceptable. The other plane that was shot down was not the airline's fault, but damages the brand significantly.

  • No, Malaysia Airlines should not be pulled from the stock market

    Malaysia Airlines should not be pulled from the stock market. I feel that companies should be left to fail or succeed on their own merit without intervention. Stockholders are feeling the sting from these recent tragedies that have resulted in the nosedive of Malaysia Airlines stocks but that is no reason for this type of "bailout".

  • No Malaysia Airlines is still a company.

    No, I do not believe that Malaysia Airlines should be pulled from the stock market. In my opinion Malaysia Airlines has had some difficulty in the past few months but if the company does not "go belly up" after the recent issues then there will be a company from which stocks can be purchased.


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