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April 07, 2011 09:26 ET

Equity Research on Boeing Co. and Raytheon Company -- Mixed Results for Aerospace/Defense Industry

JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA--(Marketwire - April 7, 2011) - www.stockcall.com/ offers investors comprehensive research on the Aerospace/Defense - Major Diversified industry and has completed analytical research on Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) and Raytheon Company (NYSE: RTN). Register with us today at www.stockcall.com/ to have free access to these researches. 

Steady demand for munitions as a result of the Libyan conflict are driving revenues for defense contractors but safety issues are raising concerns for investors on the aerospace side of the industry. Register now at https://stockcall.com/development/stockcall/page.php?name=register.html to have free access to our reports on the Aerospace/Defense - Major Diversified industry.

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On the defense side, US spending on the Libya mission recently eclipsed the $500 million mark. Much of the spending has been on bombs and missiles, specifically to the benefit of Raytheon Co., the manufacturer of Tomahawk cruise missiles. Spending should ease in the coming weeks though when NATO assumes control of operations. The nature of the spending during the conflict, in addition to another $312 million dollar missile manufacturing contract awarded last week, reflect Raytheon's stability despite Defense budget cuts earlier this year. Raytheon Company research report is available for free by signing up now at www.stockcall.com/RTN070411.pdf

On the aerospace side of the industry, safety concerns have surfaced recently in the wake of a Friday Southwest flight where a hole developed on the top of a Boeing 737-300 plane. The Federal Aviation Administration is looking into inspecting 175 early model Boeings around the world in response. Thus far, the incident does appear isolated and may not adversely affect Boeing. Boeing Co. research report is accessible for free by registering today at www.stockcall.com/BA070411.pdf

Moving forward, even as spending on the Libyan mission eases, defense contractors should still see strong revenues on the backing of steady missile and ammunition contracts and demand. The recent safety concerns in the aerospace industry could ease when the results of all 175 inspections are finalized. Visit www.stockcall.com/ to see how companies in this industry have grown over the past years and how they are expected to perform in the future.

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