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Oct. 31 (Bloomberg) -- The following companies had unusual price changes in U.S. trading. Stock symbols are in parentheses, and share prices are as of 4 p.m. in New York.

Airlines climbed as crude oil slid, heading for its biggest monthly slump since New York trading began in 1983.

Delta Air Lines Inc. (DAL:US) advanced 15 percent to $10.98. Continental Airlines Inc. (CAL:US) added 12 percent to $18.92. AMR Corp. (AMR:US), which owns American Airlines, gained 11 percent to $10.22. UAL Corp. (UAUA:US) increased 10 percent to $14.56. US Airways Group Inc. (LCC:US) rose 8.7 percent to $10.14.

Akamai Technologies Inc. (AKAM:US) gained 4.2 percent to $14.38, the highest since Oct. 21. The largest supplier of software and services to speed the delivery of Web sites reported third-quarter profit rose 37 percent on increased sales.

Aon Corp. (AOC:US) climbed the most since August 2005, rising 11 percent to $42.29. The world's biggest insurance broker reported third-quarter profit, excluding some items, of 69 cents a share, beating the average analyst estimate by 5 cents, according to Bloomberg data.

B&G Foods Inc. (BGS:US) rallied 31 percent to $3.73 for the biggest climb since May 2007. The maker of Ortega taco shells and Cream of Wheat cereal was raised to ``neutral'' at Credit Suisse Group AG. The company also said it may buy back as much as $10 million in shares.

NOTE THIS WITHOUT A SOCIALISTIC BAILOUT OF PRIVATE ENTERPRISE.
 
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