Defense Stocks

Lockheed Martin Will Lose $825M to Sequester Cuts

Lockheed Martin says that defense spending reductions due to the sequester will dent its annual revenue by $825 million this year. More 

Boeing Starts Installing New 787 Battery Systems

After receiving approval from regulators last week, Boeing has begun installing new containment systems for the batteries in its 787 Dreamliner jets. More 

Boeing 787 Battery Fix Nears Approval

The Federal Aviation Administration is close to clearing Boeing's new battery containment system for its 787 Dreamliner jets, which were grounded in January. More 

Boeing Plans to Spend $1B, Hire 2,000 in This U.S. City

Boeing has announced plans to invest $1 billion in its Charleston, S.C., manufacturing facilities and add up to 2,000 new jobs. More 

What North Korea’s Threats Mean for Traders

North Korea's rhetoric is ratcheting up, and any action on their part could shake up the market's currency complacency. More 

Sell These 3 S&P 500 Stocks Now

The benchmark S&P 500 Index made headlines last week with an all-time high. But plenty of stocks aren't worth your time -- here are three you should expel from your portfolio immediately. More 

Employers Upset Over Obamacare Fees

Next year, large companies will be hit with a $63 fee for each person covered under their health insurance plans as part of President Obama's health care act. More 

Boeing Hopes to Fly 787s Again in ‘Weeks’

Boeing says that a re-design of the lithium-ion batteries on its 787 Dreamliner jets could have the grounded jets back in the air by next month. More 

General Dynamics Warns of Layoffs

Workers at a General Dynamics ship-building subsidiary have been warned that about 1,040 workers could lose their jobs in April due to sequester spending cuts. More 

Market Catalysts for This Week

It's a busy week on the earnings and economic home front - here's what I expect to impact the markets. More