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Raytheon is one defense stock that gives you the opportunity to play the growing drone market, as well as cybersecurity and other key military technologies.
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Debt and other issues, coupled with slowing industry sales, could limit near-term interest in the truck maker.
Trading in European stocks is volatile Thursday.
European stocks rise on Tuesday, following gains across Asia, as Chinese GDP figures are no worse than expected yet weak enough to revive hopes of government stimulus.
While hardware manufacturers have gotten the most attention since Friday's attacks, Leidos and Booz Allen are more likely to see a near-term windfall.
ManTech appears ready to shake the doldrums that have haunted it since 2012 in time to participate in a round of government services consolidation.
Defense contractors may make deals to build on areas where they are strong and to shed weaker businesses.
European markets had a good start Thursday with a raft of earnings announcements in London and elsewhere and despite the volatility in Asia.
Just look at which sectors did well and which are lagging.
Rising tensions in the Middle East and elsewhere are causing governments to boost military spending and making defense stocks attractive.
European markets are in retreat, with the U.K. facing an inconclusive general election while pessimism surrounds talks on the Greek bailout next week.
European stocks are rising as European ministers meet with Greece over bailout funds and as HSBC threatens to leave the U.K.
European markets were relatively steady this morning, despite fears that Greece's latest request for a six-month extension to its $196 billion bailout might still fall on deaf ears.
At some point, maybe this one, more aggressive Southeast Asian contenders Vietnam and the Philippines will do more than shout back at China. They'll go on a weapons buying binge.
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The truck maker finally finds an apt partner for the military truck race.