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The EU is on the ropes. The economy there is in flames.
Boeing unveiled fixes for its 737 MAX aircraft Wednesday as FAA officials faced a grilling from lawmakers on Capitol Hill over the approval process for the planes which have been involved in two fatal crashes in the past six months.
Stocks closed higher Tuesday as the bond yield curve narrows, somewhat easing investor fears of a recession.
Boeing shares pared gains Tuesday as officials in China moved to suspend safety certifications for the 737 MAX 8 and European rival Airbus inked a $34 billion order with Beijing that matches a similar-sized deal made with the world's biggest planemaker during a 2017 visit by President Donald Trump.
China, home to 22% of the 737 Max planes in operation so far, was the first nation to ground the plane.
Boeing shares slipped lower Wednesday, pulling the Dow deeper into the red, after Qatar Airways said it was not interested in the planemaker's mid-sized aircraft even after phasing out jumbo jets purchased from European rival Airbus.
Here are a host of stocks that will benefit from a deal, and why you should pick them up on a selloff.
The powwow between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un will soon be over, but the economic expansion in Southeast Asia's most-promising nation will continue.
U.S. equity futures turned sharply red Thursday after data showed the weakest reading for December retail sales in nine years, erasing earlier gains linked to progress in trade talks between Washington and Beijing and data showing a surprise jump in January China export activity.
U.S. stock futures rise, getting a boost from signals of moderate progress in trade talks between Washington and Beijing; Cisco's robust third-quarter outlook lifts the stock; Coca-Cola and Nvidia report earnings Thursday; Airbus plans to scrap its A380 jumbo jet program.
Wall Street futures extended gains Thursday with investors using signals of moderate progress in trade talks between Washington and Beijing and data showing a surprise jump in January China export activity to boost the broadest measure of U.S. stocks to a 10% gain for the year.
Global stocks edged cautiously higher Thursday, boosted by signals of moderate progress in trade talks between Washington and Beijing and data showing a surprise jump in January China export activity, although gains were capped by disappointing economic data from Germany.
Airbus shares traded at an all-time high Thursday after the Franco-German planemaker and key Boeing rival posted stronger-than-expected fourth quarter earnings, issued a robust 2019 outlook for aircraft deliveries and said it would formally scrap it struggling A380 jumbo jet program.
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Mixed indicators indicate now is not the time to get on board the European aircraft maker.
We should be down much more if things weren't murky; a confusing moment to say the least.
Boeing reports earnings before the market opens on Wednesday, July 25th. Here's what you need to know. Watch!
Jim Cramer and our other experts discuss Boeing and China, yield curves, and bank stocks.
The entire aircraft industry is frantically trying to meet the demand for planes.
Amazon Prime Day is gearing up and defense firms are preparing for the Farnborough air show.
The Chicago-based aerospace and defense company is 'relatively insulated' from the threat of tariffs and has a 'solid' defense business, according to analysts.
Stocks trimmed their losses, but still ended the day down sharply in response to the latest tariff threats from Donald Trump.
China's Premier has said he will continue talks with Airbus over the purchase of $18 billion worth of A380 jets in a move that could signal a shift away from Boeing amid the ongoing trade war rhetoric between Washington and Beijing.
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Airbus will contract Zodiac Aerospace to develop sleep pods that can be swapped out for regular cargo containers.
China on Wednesday announced reciprocal tariffs on 106 U.S. goods including airplanes, cars, soybeans, chemicals and whisky.
I especially like Boeing, Lockheed Martin and Diamondback Energy here.
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