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These huge foreign sales, combined with a campaign promise to boost our own military, bode well for the top companies in the defense and aerospace sector.
These five top aerospace and defense stocks to buy with growth potential going forward make good sense for long-term growth portfolios.
After years of expanding the caliphate they felt they could impose on the Middle East and beyond, the terror group ISIS is finally getting the brutal force that many around the world felt was long...
With the pledge to rebuild the military and global sales remaining strong, the defense and aerospace sector remains a solid space to stay weighted in.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and other research calls on Monday include Energy Transfer Equity, First Solar, L3 Technologies, Regions Financial and Western Digital.
Boeing takes $200 million Q4 charge on Air Force tanker program, and sees field for Air Force training jet narrow as Raytheon-led team drops out of the competition.
The U.S. Air Force released its final request for proposal on Friday for a fleet of some 350 new training jets. A winner is expected to be named sometime in 2017.
Boeing has held its first test flight of its proposed new T-X training jet for the U.S. Air Force. The most remarkable thing about the flight is that it occurred just one year after Boeing certified...
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Thursday morning include Advanced Micro Devices, Cree, Fitbit, Hess, Juniper Networks, Lululemon Athletica and Priceline.
Investors may buy stocks in defense contractors because of their record of dividend payments and share repurchases. But are these stocks overbought or do they still have some room to run?
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Thursday morning include DDR, HP, L-3 Communications, Salesforce.com, Teva Pharmaceutical and Twilio.
Boeing on Tuesday launched a website offering a "sneak peek" at the design it has prepared with Saab for the so-called T-X training jet that will replace the venerable T-38.
A consortium led by Northrop Grumman has begun testing its clean-sheet design for a new U.S. Air Force training jet to replace the decades old T-38.
Four teams are expected to compete for the contract for a new U.S. Air Force training jet. The draft request for proposals is unique in offering incentives for exceeding threshold performance...
Lockheed Martin and its partner, Korea Aerospace Industries, have successfully completed the first test flight of a modified KAI T-50 training jet.