With the Farnborough Airshow behind us and the second-quarter earnings season winding down, this seems to be a good time to assess how the aerospace and defense world has progressed versus expectations and reassess the outlook going forward. Although Airbus and Boeing saw contrasting share price reactions to their respective second-quarter results, from a large civil aircraft OEM perspective there was not a lot that was new. Airbus commented extensively on the market, its products and ...

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