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Boeing Executive: Expect To Book Orders For Around 1,000 737 Max Planes By End 2012
Last update: 6/11/2012 1:37:43 AM
By Jeffrey Ng
BEIJING--Aircraft manufacturer Boeing Co. (BA) expects to book orders for around 1,000 of its new Boeing 737 Max aircraft by the end of this year, a senior executive said Monday.
Jim Albaugh, chief executive of Boeing Commercial Airplanes, said the company has already received firm orders for around 450 of the next generation model of its single-aisle workhorse, the Boeing 737, first launched in the 1960s.
Nonetheless, he said he sees pricing pressures for the narrow-body aircraft amid strong competition from archrival Airbus, which is also introducing an updated version of its best-selling A320 single-aisle jets.
Mr. Albaugh was speaking on the sidelines of the annual meeting of the International Air Transport Association, the industry's global trade group, in Beijing.
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It’s not about trend lines or volume. Believe it or not, this isn’t about debt or rich balance sheets.
The market is about two things:
Computer driven liquidity pools and government and central bank intervention.
There are outliers and you can make money in niche plays, if they are well thought out and vetted. But, in general, the market is a giant convoy being directed like marionettes by people trying to maintain status quo.
I am not interested in making a difference or outthinking the great thinkers. It is what it is and I will continue to adjust by building my own tools (algorithms) and trading ahead of the interventionists. It is a never-ending process and correlations keep changing
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China cuts interest rates
People's Bank of China on Thursday surprises markets with a 25-basis-point cut to interest rates.