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Skittish Investors Hammer Airbus on Report of US Corruption Investigation

Shares of European aircraft maker Airbus plunged as much as 10% in Paris Thursday morning following a report in Le Monde that the U.S. Department of Justice has begun an ...
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What Boeing’s Dividend Hike Means

As of Monday night's close, Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) has posted a share price gain of just 6.5% for the year to date. In 2017, Boeing's share price nearly doubled, ...
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Boeing Pays $4.2 Billion for Stake in Embraer JV

Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) and Brazil's Embraer S.A. (NYSE: ERJ) announced Monday morning that the two companies have approved the terms of a strategic partnership comprised of the commercial aircraft ...
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Defense Spending Headed Much Higher: 3 Stocks to Buy Now

The aerospace and defense sector stocks have been crushed along with the rest of the market, and unlike volatile tech stocks that get caught up in global trade concerns, the ...
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Boeing Deal for Embraer Halted by Brazilian Court

If there's one thing Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) didn't need Thursday it was more bad news. The stock has been pummeled on a report in The Wall Street Journal that ...
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Lockheed Martin, Airbus Team Up to Supply a Tanker in Case the Air Force Needs One That Works

Lockheed Martin Corp. (NYSE: LMT) and European aircraft maker Airbus announced Tuesday morning that the two companies have signed a memorandum of agreement to "explore opportunities" to meet "growing demand" ...
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How Boeing Is Propping Up the Dow

At noon on Monday, the Dow Jones industrial average was trading up about 164 points, after opening about 240 points higher than Friday's closing total. Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) shares ...
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Why United Technologies Finds That Breaking Up Is Not So Hard to Do

United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: UTX) announced after markets closed on Monday that it has completed its acquisition of Rockwell Collins and now plans to separate itself into three new publicly ...
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Boeing Cancels 737 MAX Conference Call; Shares Dive

In the current market environment, It doesn't take much searching for investors to find a reason to sell. The Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) is getting a refresher course in the ...
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Three Airline Stocks Set to Fly Higher Than Their Peers

  The U.S. airline carriers have been given a deep-dive review from Credit Suisse on Monday as the firm initiated coverage on the sector. Credit Suisse initiated airline sector ...
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SpaceX Can Deploy Over 7,000 Broadband Satellites

Elon Musk's rocket company, SpaceX, has received approval from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to deploy over 7,000 satellites that can provide broadband across much of the world. The 16-year-old ...
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Defense Stocks on Safer Ground After the Midterm Elections

The defense sector took it on the chin during October's selling pressure. There were many reasons for the move: Saudi Arabia, the midterm elections, lower government spending ambitions, potential changes ...
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Boeing Failed to Disclose Issues With New Flight Control Feature

When a Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) 737 MAX 8 crashed offshore of Indonesia last week killing all 189 people on board, the company referred operators of the aircraft to the ...
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Defense Stocks on Safer Ground After the Midterm Elections

The defense sector took it on the chin during October's selling pressure. There were many reasons for the move: Saudi Arabia, the midterm elections, lower government spending ambitions, potential changes ...
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Airbus Q3 Earnings Popped, but Challenges Remain

European aircraft maker Airbus reported third-quarter and nine-month results Wednesday morning. The report continues to be plagued by undelivered planes waiting for parts. The company's revenues for the third quarter ...
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