Here comes the immature name calling..The point he is trying to make is that Trump percentages continue to go up were hilarys is only going down.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
To many dumb people support hilary.Its all there about hil and bill all you have to do is read it....Google Whitewater...
Sentiment: Strong Buy
BOEING'S SHRINKING BACKLOG JUST GOT AN INFUSION OF NEW BOEING 737 NG ORDERS. IMAGE SOURCE: BOEING.
Well that was a nice surprise. Boeing (NYSE:BA) reported its fiscal first-quarter 2016 earnings on Wednesday, and as expected, the news wasn't great -- revenue up just 2%, profits down 13%. Nevertheless, investors reacted positively to news that Boeing's Q1 revenues went up (even if only a little) rather than down (as had been expected), and bid up Boeing stock by nearly 3%.
And now that earnings are out of the way, it's back to business for Boeing.
Just one day after earnings were released, Boeing has already returned to the market with an update on how its business is going in the form of its regular weekly update on plane orders received. On Thursday, Boeing told investors it has received another 10 orders for Boeing 737 aircraft from an "unidentified customer(s)."
As of today, the company's order book for the year to date reads like this:
141 new orders for single-aisle Boeing 737s
11 orders for widebody 777s
four orders for 747s
one order for a Boeing 767
one order for a 787 widebody
That's 158 gross orders total. Minus 18 cancellations year to date, and Boeing's net order total for the year now stands at 140.
What does this mean for Boeing's backlog number? Is the number of planes on order rising or falling? Is Boeing's future revenue stream getting more or less secure?
Well, no new deliveries have been announced since Boeing last updated us on its order book. The number of aircraft delivered year to date still stands at 176. For the time being, then, Boeing's backlog has stopped shrinking. On the other hand, as my Foolish colleague Adam Levine-Weinberg reminded us yesterday, Boeing is still busy ramping up the rate at which it produces 737- and 787-model aircraft. By 2020, Boeing plans to be delivering about 900 aircraft, of all types, annually.
Adam predicts this will be good news for shareholders, "as EPS rebounds and ca
Pretty interesting. Both share a tax avoiding address (1209 North Orange) in Delaware. If you are going to talk the talk, you need to walk the walk, about not avoiding legitimate taxes... Hilary.
From the article:
Wilmington, DE — As it turns out, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump share something pertinent in common, after all — a tax haven cozily nested inside the United States.
This brick-and-mortar, nondescript two-story building in Wilmington, Delaware would be awfully crowded if its registered occupants — 285,000 companies — actually resided there. What’s come to be known as the “Delaware loophole” — the unassuming building at 1209 North Orange Street — has become, as the Guardiandescribed, “famous for helping tens of thousands of companies avoid hundreds of millions of dollars in tax.”
Reportedly dozens of Fortune 500 companies — Coca-Cola, Walmart, American Airlines, and Apple, to name a few — use Delaware’s strict corporate secrecy laws and legal tax loopholes by registering the North Orange Street address for official business.
“Big corporations, small-time businesses, rogues, scoundrels, and worse — all have turned up at the Delaware address in hopes of minimizing taxes, skirting regulations, plying friendly courts or, when needed, covering their tracks,” theNew York Times’ Leslie Wayne described in 2012. “It’s easy to set up shell companies here, no questions asked