Raytheon  (RTN) shares were up more than 2% Friday morning following the U.S. military missile strikes against Syria. 

Raytheon makes the tomahawk missiles being used in the attack, with each missile costing about $1 million. 

Safe haven assets are mixed in early market trading Friday. 

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