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This really becomes a story down the road of margin and cash flow.
Despite all the bad news, BA has been more of the same since March, stuck in a trading channel with $380 as resistance and $325 as support.
It was a quiet day for the Averages but there was plenty of action underneath - in the relentless assault to higher levels: * Breadth, at 3:15 pm was -150 on the NYSE - steadily improving from the early morning. * Bonds rose in price and dropped in ...
Both BA and JNJ appear to have made decisions in which the bottom line took precedent over what they stand for as a company.
Airbus has risen twice as much in 2019 as BA has, but that should soon change.
I consider it some kind of miracle that the larger economy has hung in there, and to a far lesser degree, so has BA's stock.
Perhaps the greatest risk of all is that of systemic complexity, and this is as close to an unknowable risk as there is.
And while we wait for those three earnings reports to be had after today's market close, here's what should be on your radar screen for tomorrow: The World Trade Organization is expected to finalize approval this week for the U.S. to initiate $7.5 ...
In addition to Fed Chair Jerome Powell's twin testimonies in Washington, the Fed will be out in force this week.
Is the expansion on borrowed time? Is this expansion elderly? Or is this expansion still youthful, as in terms of growth?
It's been a rather busy day. I almost forgot that I wanted to make mention of just how well General Electric did at this week's Air Show in Paris. I mean, Boeing landed the surprise order of the week, when that company landed an order for 200 737-MA...
Plus, many market players don't wait for the Federal Open Market Committee's latest announcement to jump in, and President Trump's latest Xi tweet gooses equities.
My thesis all along has been that an attempt to normalize the yield curve must be made, therefore I would choose to be proactive.
When traders are flailing and investors are drowning, examples work best to illustrate what happens before a bottom is reached.
The EU is on the ropes. The economy there is in flames.
China, home to 22% of the 737 Max planes in operation so far, was the first nation to ground the plane.
Here are a host of stocks that will benefit from a deal, and why you should pick them up on a selloff.
The powwow between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un will soon be over, but the economic expansion in Southeast Asia's most-promising nation will continue.
Boeing's big drivers are coming from its smaller planes.
Boeing shares are shooting to the moon. Is Mars next?
The resilience of stocks in the face of tariffs is a reminder about the power of stocks to hold their own.
Mixed indicators indicate now is not the time to get on board the European aircraft maker.
We should be down much more if things weren't murky; a confusing moment to say the least.
Boeing reports earnings before the market opens on Wednesday, July 25th. Here's what you need to know. Watch!
The entire aircraft industry is frantically trying to meet the demand for planes.
Amazon Prime Day is gearing up and defense firms are preparing for the Farnborough air show.
I especially like Boeing, Lockheed Martin and Diamondback Energy here.
The 'dash 1000' is the largest Airbus A350 the company has every produced.