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Yahoo Finance's Jared Blikre joins Alexis Christoforous from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to discuss the latest on the markets.
Boeing will use some of the savings from new corporate tax cuts to lower jet prices and better compete against Airbus, CEO Dennis Muilenburg said in an interview with the Seattle Times this week. The Chicago-based jet maker Boeing is about to save hundreds of millions of dollars each year from tax cuts passed by Republicans in Congress and signed by President Donald Trump. “It’s an impact that’s measured in billions of dollars spread over multiple years,” Muilenburg told the newspaper.
Chicago-based Boeing Co. (BA) has operations around the country. Here are other recent stories reported by The Business Journals. The Boeing Co. on Monday announced that its 787-10 Dreamliner has earned an amended type certificate from the Federal Aviation Administration that clears the largest member of its 787 family to enter commercial service.
“The 787 Dreamliner is a pleasure to fly and it’s a great feeling to know that we have set a new record in this aircraft," Capt. Harold van Dam said in a news release. Norwegian also flies Boeing Dreamliners between Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and London. The low-cost carrier plans to take delivery of 11 new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners this year.
The Boston-based industrial conglomerate is expected to report fourth-quarter adjusted earnings of 29 cents per share on revenue of $33.8 billion, according to FactSet Research Systems Inc.
After a year of double digit gains, record low volatility and untrammeled exuberance, the stock market has a hard act to follow in 2018. But that isn’t deterring analysts from penciling in a push further ...
U.S. stocks finished mixed on Tuesday as relief over the reopening of the government has given way to new apprehension about looming budget and immigration talks. The debt ceiling looming large in late February has added fuel to the mix-up and increased the stakes.
Can it possibly get any worse for General Electric Co.? Investors will find out when the struggling industrial conglomerate reports fourth-quarter results before Wednesday’s open.
Cintas, MPLX, and Boeing all appear to be hitting their strides lately and stand a good chance of rapidly growing their payouts.