NFL teams will be able to trade spirits, stock, tickets, seats

Spirit Airlines stock, United Airlines stock and Southwest Airlines stock have been listed on the New York Stock Exchange.

The move could further fuel speculation that the NBA will consider trading in spirits and spirits-related businesses in the wake of a deadly shooting in Orlando last month.

Spirit, which has seen sales drop more than 40% since the shooting, will now be able trade spirits for tickets, tickets for Spirit-branded airlines and Spirit-related stock.

United is also expected to release its earnings for the third quarter, which is expected to be weak.

The stock price fell more than 3% in after-hours trading.

United shares closed down 3.4% after falling more than 2% in premarket trading.

Shares in Frontier Airlines were up about 0.4%.

The move is part of a broader effort by the NBA to diversify its portfolio of brands and businesses.

Shares of the Chicago Bulls rose more than 1%, the Cleveland Cavaliers rose about 0,2%, and the Los Angeles Clippers rose 1.6%.

United Airlines stock fell more 3% after the Orlando shooting, while Spirit shares rose more 6%.