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August 30, 2011 08:40 ET

Equity Research on Goodrich Corp. and Rockwell Collins Inc. - Aerospace/Defense Steady Amidst Recessionary Fears

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Recession fears have hurt the aerospace and Defense industry, but steady demand for parts and services is helping several companies maintain revenues and outlooks. New approvals from the Federal Aviation Administration should also help. Get your free reports on Goodrich Corp. and Rockwell Collins Inc. at http://www.shinesrooms.com/index.php?_controller=RegisterMember&_method=index. There is no commitment to join.

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Both Goodrich Corp and Rockwell Collins Inc. should benefit from the FAA's recent approval of Boeing's 747-8 freighters. Goodrich supplies the tires and landing gear, while Rockwell Collins provides the entire avionics system. The first 747-8 is slated to be delivered by the end of the year barring any further setbacks. Goodrich Corp. and Rockwell Collins Inc. reports are accessible for free by registering today at http://www.shinesrooms.com/GoodrichCorp300811.pdf or http://www.shinesrooms.com/RockwellCollinsInc300811.pdf.

On the Defense side of the industry, budgetary cuts are still a concern. Another $500 billion in potential cuts could cause the Pentagon to scale back or cancel many weapons programs.

Moving forward, recession fears may lead to sell offs in the short-term but parts, service sales and new planes should buoy several companies within the aerospace and Defense industry even during a sustained economic downturn.

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