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Industrials 3M, Honeywell and General Electric are all trading higher following recent earnings reports. The broader sector is also rallying in the past month.
The U.S. aerospace and defense industry is evolving, supported by lucrative fiscal investments and rapid defense technology advancement. Moreover, given the growing tension between China and Taiwan, it...
Triumph Group's (TGI) Q1 adjusted earnings of 12 cents per share surpass the Zacks Consensus Estimate by 33.3%. The top line, however, declines 11.9% from the year-ago quarter.
Curtiss-Wright's (CW) Q2 net sales of $609.4 million decline 2% year over year. The company increases its earnings expectation for 2022.
Most aerospace and defense companies came up with a mixed earnings. However, some companies offered assuring outlooks.
Over the past five trading sessions, the defense biggies put up a solid show except for Raytheon. Boeing gained the most, with its share price rising 8%.
After a very slow start in the first half, the defense contractor needs to hustle to meet its goal in the second.
Both industrial giants look like a good value, but they face challenges in meeting some parts of their guidance.