Investors believe the worst is over for the long-delayed 787 and have pushed shares to record levels.
The move to protect the jet fighter program from the government's spending reductions will go a long way in supporting the company's earnings.
The central bank's decision on whether to trim its bond buying may dictate if the market has a good week. Oracle and FedEx earnings are on tap.
The company is winding down production of its massive military cargo plane, further reducing aerospace jobs in Southern California.
The airliner, immune to fear of missing out, doesn't have imminent deliveries of either company's conspicuous consumption jets.
The US aerospace giant expects the world's fastest-growing business travel hub to triple its fleet over the next two decades.
The producer of the Tomahawk cruise missile is expected to benefit from any US conflict against Damascus.
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