Here’s another story fanning the economic recovery’s flames: The much-delayed Boeing 787 Dreamliner might finally take flight this year.
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Boeing Company (NYSE: BA) yesterday (Thursday) announced it would test-fly its 787 Dreamliner later this year but disappointed customers by delaying delivery of the plane until the fourth quarter of 2010.
All Three Markets Rise on Earnings Beats; Government Now Citi’s Biggest Shareholder; Jobless Claims Up but Subsiding; Crude Surges More Than 5%; Motorola Surprises; Recession Takes a Toll on House of Mouse; Ballmer Defends Yahoo Partnership; Southwest Makes Bid for Frontier
Individual investors who still hold any doubts about Mainland China’s future growth potential should take a long hard look at Airbus SAS, the Pan-European commercial airliner maker that is now building airplanes in that country.
Retail Sales Rise; Eurozone Output Up; Intel Posts Loss, Lower Sales; KFC/Pizza Hut Parent Sees Profit Rise; Layoffs Ground US Airways; Continental Records $44 Million Charge; Wells Fargo Sells $600 Million in Bad Mortgages?
By Opening its Doors to China for the First Time in 60 Years, Taiwan Paves a New Path for Investor ProfitsJul 7th, 2009 | By Keith Fitz-Gerald | Category: Emerging Markets, Featured
Just last week – for the first time in 60 years – Taiwan opened its doors to investments from Mainland China. The impact was almost immediate. On Friday, Guangzhou-based China Southern Airlines Ltd. (NYSE ADR: ZNH) submitted the first bid under the new regulations and became the first mainland company to apply to invest in Taiwan.
BA obviously can’t land its 2009 numbers. So when does arrogance become fraud?
Existing Home Sales Rise, But Miss Estimates; Boeing Shares Plummet; Automakers Get $8 Billion for Fuel Efficiency; Sprint CFO Not Concerned About Pre Shortages; Kroger Beats the Street; MySpace Lays Off 300 More; Best Buy Testing Used Game Waters; Madoff’s Lawyer Pleads for Leniency
As the U.S. dollar remains strong some industries traditionally benefit – travel being one of them. And I’ve uncovered two stocks uniquely poised to profit…
A way to play the global economy decline is by shorting the airline industry. Here we turn to underground investor Martin Denholm, writing in today’s Smart Profits Report. The problem with the airline industry is that in business terms, it can be “lose-lose,” no matter what the economy is doing…