NetJets Expands in Big Deal, Publicly Traded Parent Company Wins Too
TDG Boosted Its Proprietary Product Revenue with This Acquisition
TransDigm (TDG) has increased the size of its existing term loan facility by $650 million to facilitate a one-time special dividend of $24 per share.
Can the Learjet–Textron Cessna Combination Fly Higher?
Rumors have been flying about the potential sale of Learjet to Cessna Aircraft. Learjet is a light business jet manufacturing unit housed by Bombardier (BDRBF).
Is There a Way Out for Investors in Brazil-Focused Mutual Funds?
For investors who are accepting of losses incurred, it would be advisable to withdraw. For others, patience is likely the best bet.
Why the ProFunds UltraLatin America Inv Fund (UBPIX) Tanked in August 2015
The ProFunds UltraLatin America (UBPIX) nose-dived by 19.4% in August 2015 from a month ago—the biggest fall among the eight funds we’ve analyzed in this series.
CAE Reports Strong Quarterly Results in 2Q16
CAE has a market capitalization of $3.0 billion. After its 2Q16 earnings report, CAE fell by 2.9% to close at $11.07 per share as of November 11, 2015.
Boeing’s Commercial Aircraft Classifications
Boeing’s commercial aircraft carry 100–500 passengers, including dual-aisle wide-body aircraft and narrow-body planes with four- to seven-across seating.
Boeing, Buffett, and Billions: Is the Moat Intact?
Yesterday, Boeing rose 0.41% on rumors that Warren Buffett might buy into the beleaguered plane maker. At 10:27 AM today, it was up about 1% at $334.62.
Boeing-Embraer Deal on EU Radar: Is Trump to Blame?
Boeing and Embraer are pushing for a joint venture. In a $4.2 billion deal, Boeing is to buy 80% of Embraer’s commercial aircraft division.
Higher G650 Mix Puts Margins of General Dynamics in Top Gear
Despite the challenging conditions, General Dynamics (GD) has managed to raise its margins in its Aerospace segment.
NetJets Orders Secure Textron Aviation amid Business Jet Weakness
Textron Aviation increase its sales in the last two quarters after gaining traction for its new Latitude business jets. It has secured 150 orders from NetJets.
Exploring UBPIX’s Sectoral Composition
UBPIX’s assets were invested across 35 stocks in July 2016, and it was managing assets worth $25 million.
Why Has 2016 Been Lackluster for OIGAX?
OIGAX has been having a subpar 2016 so far. It stands eighth among the 12 funds chosen for this review.
What Role Do Commodities Play in Brazil’s Economic Output?
Brazil’s top-exported commodities are soybeans, iron ore and concentrates, petroleum oil and products, raw cane sugar, and oil cakes and other solid residue.
Portfolio Composition of UBPIX through November 2015
UBPIX’s assets were invested across 35 stocks as of November 2015, and it was managing assets worth $12.0 million.
The UltraLatin America ProFund Class A (UBPIX): Portfolio Overview
The UltraLatin America ProFund seeks “daily investment results…that are 2x the return of the BNY Mellon Latin America 35 ADR Index for a single day.”
The Boeing Company’s Narrow-Body Aircraft
The Boeing 737 is the best-selling commercial airliner in history. Reliable and economical, the 737 dominates the short- and medium-haul markets.
What are the threats for Embraer?
Embraer has made a mark in the regional jet market, but now there may be significant threats for Embraer as it faces tough competition from established players.
What makes Embraer successful?
In order to find out what makes Embraer successful, we need to look at its major strengths and what the company has done right.
Embraer’s competitive advantage
Embraer’s competitive advantage over Bombardier is due to development costs. The E2 budget was $1.7 billion, while Bombardier’s CSeries was $4.4 billion.
Embraer’s commercial aircraft families
Embraer’s commercial aircraft family of jets caters to the narrow-bodied segment. Its ERJ 145 family and EMB 120 Brasilia jets belong to the three-abreast cabin subsegment.
Boeing’s global competitors
Boeing’s global competitors include Airbus, Embraer, and Bombardier.