Three major F-35 players saw their stocks drop sharply Dec. 12 after President-elect Donald Trump slammed Lockheed Martin’s Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) on Twitter for “out of control” costs. By the end of regular trading on Wall Street on Dec. 12, Lockheed’s stock had dipped 2.4%. Meanwhile, other major F-35 suppliers saw losses as well: Northrop Grumman, which produces the JSF’s center fuselage, aft fuselage and vertical and horizontal tails, was off ...

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