Moody’s Investors Service says the increasingly sober outlook on crude oil prices—from an energy production and services industry standpoint, at least—also could curb airliner orders. “From an aerospace and defense industry perspective, falling oil prices and the increasingly likely ‘lower for longer’ outlook elevate the risk of aircraft order deferral and/or cancellation as the value proposition for airline carriers in terms of reduced cost of ownership ...

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