considering that the 787 batteries were thoroughly tested in service by Boeing without incident for two years and considering that of the 75 dreamliners in service have not had battery problems and considering that all incidents of battery problems were with ANA and JAL and the fact that JAL is very shaky financially - SABOTAGE must be and is being considered and studied by Boeing- if JAL has an axe to grind or if they are unable to take delivery on remaining 787 orders then the investment world knows the cause of the battery problem!!!!!! The stock is currently not affected and will not in the future be affected
You should probably couch your words more carefully. Another thing to consider is the fact that Japanese carriers own about a fourth of the 787's at this point, making it more likely for them to have more problems than carriers that own 2 or 4 planes.
I don't see much of any affect to the stock. Based on reports, the modifications to the battery package are working. The white "smoke" was not smoke but the electrolite that was heated by the failed cell and it was vented outside the plane just as the redesign intended. Given that it is one plane out of 115 in service and that it happened during maintenance, speculating on the cause if a futile exercise and waiting for the results of the investigation as to why the one cell in the battery failed is prudent.