Given these developments out of China and Europe, stocks may indeed have gotten ahead of themselves.
This quartet of blue-chippers has trailed far behind the index this year, and only 1 is positioned to reverse its slide anytime soon.
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A report says the company overcharged the government by as much as $16.6 billion by using more used parts than expected.
Shares have still performed well under turbulent business conditions.
This low-risk aerospace firm should see clearer skies in coming months and years.
Domestic airlines in general saw the largest upswings, as the summer travel season draws to a close.
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