Japan's Abe Wins, Boeing to Seal Plane Deal: Monday's Top Stories

Today's top stories: Shinzo Abe easily wins snap election, Boeing is expected to seal a huge plane deal and Carnival Cruise announced it will resume sailing towards the Caribbean.
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Jane King Has Monday's Top Stories

Shinzo Abe Makes Landslide Election Victory:

Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is expected to use his new mandate to push for overhauls to the country's defense strategy and pacifist state, especially in regards to North Korea. Japanese markets like Abe's leadership. The Nikkei has been up for 15 straight sessions, a record.

Boeing Plans to Seal a Plane Deal:

Boeing (BA) - Get Report  is expected to seal a huge plane deal. Singapore airlines will finalize an order for 39 Boeing aircraft worth nearly $14 billion. Boeing currently leads rival Airbus in orders for the first 9 months of the year, wit 398 at the end of September compared to 271 for its European rival.

Carnival Cruise Will Set Sail Towards The Caribbean:

Carnival Cruise Lines (CCL) - Get Report  has announced return dates to Caribbean Island nations after the hurricanes swept through the area. It will resume sailings to Grand Turk in less than 2 weeks. Calls to St. Thomas and St Maarten will resume in early January.

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