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Airbus will sell 100 aircraft to Iran Air as part of a deal that was finalized Thursday.
Airbus finalizes an agreement to sell Iran Air 100 jets less than two weeks after Boeing inked a similar deal.
A bold restructuring from UniCredit in Italy lit a fire under the banking sector.
Hillary isn't the only one who seems to favor workers over capital. Trump does, too.
Miners rally in London, cushioning the FTSE 100 index, but broad weakness weighs.
A bloodbath in real estate and bank stocks sinks London markets as airlines and industrials weigh on Europe.
That's why I'm not concerned about Apple. Boeing is another story.
Trump's victory could unite and invigorate Europe's moderates against the populists.
U.K. lender Lloyds falls after a third-quarter profit miss, while luxury goods maker Kering surges.
Spirit CEO Bob Fornaro says the airline needs new airplanes to keep its growth rate high and will look at the Bombardier C-100.
Rockwell Collins is doubling down on commercial aerospace just as the market is showing signs of a top. Company officials insist the deal leaves them better prepared for a downturn.
Planned acquisition could result in $160 million in cost-saving synergies.
LVMH props up luxury goods makers and sees shares rise more than 4%.
At current levels, we would not commit fresh capital to the position.
German industrial output growth for June beats forecasts, while a Bank of France survey points to a French third-quarter economic rebound.
The company stands by a production target despite problems with new projects.
Based on its vital role as a job generator and its political support, the tanker program probably won't get canceled. Here's why blue-chip Boeing is getting a bum rap.
Defense is the one area that benefits from increased uncertainty.
If you say anything good about Dow components, you are perceived to be a moron. But some companies are actually doing well.
Shares in Europe's biggest aircraft manufacturer fall more than 6% as supply bottlenecks stall production.
Deutsche Bank jumps on brighter-than-expected first-quarter numbers but the prospect of order delays grounds shares in Airbus.
Boeing's North Charleston plant delivers its 100th Dreamliner to American, marking the first time the Carolinas' largest airline took a Charleston-made plane.
Friday's upcoming nonfarm payroll numbers will trump anything good any company has to say, Cramer says.
Despite concerns over the aerospace industry, Honeywell delivers another solid quarter, Cramer says.
Investors need to remain cautious and keep their cash on the sidelines, Cramer says.
Ultra-low-cost carriers Allegiant, Frontier and Iceland's Wow Air announce new routes on Tuesday, a sign of the rapid expansion in the segment.
The U.S. economy is slowing, but so is the whole world.
Airbus sells three A380s to ANA, but the Boeing 777, Boeing 787 and Airbus A350 are reducing the need for the aircraft.
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