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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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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.
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European steelmakers, as well as major auto and aerospace exporters, fell sharply Friday as investors reacted to punishing import tariffs from U.S. President Donald Trump.
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Shares of Embraer SA skyrocketed following a report that Boeing has been in takeover talks with the Brazilian aircraft maker.
The aerospace firms have announced deals to sell about 300 planes to Iranian airlines valued at $40 billion.
Dow Jones and S&P futures are pointing to a flat opening on worries that the tax reform bill may not have votes to pass.
Boeing locked in roughly $50 billion worth of new orders during the week-long Dubai Air Show. Airbus did that figure in one record-breaking deal.
Airbus said Wednesday that it had secured a commitment from Indigo Partners for 430 aircraft from the A320neo family at the Dubai Airshow
U.S. stock futures are pointing to sharp losses for Wall Street on Wednesday, amid a fall in oil prices, doubts over U.S. tax reform and ahead of data on U.S. consumer prices and retail sales.
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