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A pullback now would be very simple, easy and logical, but the market seldom makes it simple, easy or logical.
- Conrad Chun, a nine-year Boeing employee, named vice president of Communications for Boeing Commercial Airplanes
Stocks ended mixed with the Nasdaq closing at a new high, while the Dow and S&P 500 gave back earlier gains to end little changed Tuesday.
Rival Airbus handed 77 planes to customers in October, and its deliveries are reportedly on track to overtake Boeing this year.
The aircraft maker's charts are suggesting that its shares could gain altitude on a little price strength.
Plus, a glance at news about Disney+, Boeing's 737 Max and Alphabet's "Project Nightingale."
There are always various trends at work in the stock market and they often have little to do with the movement of the major indices.
Jim Cramer says he hears a lot about earnings woes and recession worries, but he sees even more evidence that the bears are just plain wrong.
Despite what looked like potentially weak day early on turned around after good news from Boeing, which pulled up the Dow, proving how hard it is to call a top.
Stocks finish mixed Monday, with the Dow slightly higher, over concerns about a US-China trade deal.
Everywhere I go I hear the smart money is betting on a recession, that earnings will be down, but every day something contradicts these bears.
Instead of regulating chief executives' salaries as U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren is proposing, we should ask how they've performed for shareholders.
The world's biggest plane maker said it could bring the 737 MAX back into service early next year.
- Interactive exhibit highlights how Boeing and partners are building the future together
- Company exceeds three-year, $25 million veterans grants target by $2.4 million
The carrier originally pulled the jet from its flight schedule through Feb. 8.
Defense stocks offer both downside protection and potential upside.
We have a shortage of great manufacturing companies, but way too many of the fast-growing, cloud-based, hype-growth stocks.
Jim Cramer says the market is showing leniency to some companies. He names them and explains why.
With all of these earnings missing expectations, why are we seeing markets hitting all-time highs?
The Dow Jones Industrial Average and the Nasdaq both hit record closes Tuesday, one day after the three major U.S. benchmark indexes posted record closing highs.
Boeing shares extended gain Tuesday, taking its one-week advance past 4% after chairman Dave Calhoun defended CEO Dennis Muilenburg in a CNBC interview and insisted production rates for the troubled 737 MAX won't be cut despite potential delays to its planned return to service.
As the indexes touch all-time highs, remember the challenges thrown at us lately are typical of what bull markets thrive on.
This is a new Fed, one committed to growth for all.
General Electric shares jump after the company reports third-quarter adjusted earnings that beat analysts' forecasts amid its ongoing focus of delevering its balance sheet and paying down debt. It also lifted its widely watched industrial cash flow forecast.
Among the underlying components of the Russell 3000 index, we saw noteworthy options trading volume today in Boeing Co. , where a total of 60,744 contracts have traded so far, representing approximately 6.1 million underlying shares.
General Electric reported earnings Wednesday morning.
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