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Airbus parent ends Farnborough week on a high, Boeing also stronger

Analysis

Shares in Airbus' parent, EADS, rallied 3.8% on Friday as the European manufacturer closed out a very successful week.

Summary
  • Airbus' parent company, EADS, experienced a 3.8% increase in shares, marking a successful week for the European manufacturer.
  • Other aviation companies, such as MTU Aero Engines, B/E Aerospace, and Safran, also saw positive gains in their share prices.
  • Boeing and Embraer both experienced a 2% increase in shares.
  • Pratt and Whitney's parent company, UTC, had a flat performance, while Rolls-Royce saw a slight decrease of 0.7% in shares.
  • Travel supplier stocks, including China's TravelSky Technology and Expedia, showed positive growth on Friday.
  • This data is based on selected daily share price movements and is sourced from the Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation and Yahoo! Finance.

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MTU Aero Engines and B/E Aerospace also closed the week strongly higher, while Safran also gained 3%. Boeing and Embraer both rose 2%.

Pratt and Whitney's parent UTC was flat while Rolls-Royce eased 0.7%.

Selected Original Equipment Manufacturers daily share price movements (% change): 23-Jul-2010

Travel supplier stocks were generally higher on Friday, led by China's TravelSky Technology (+4.1%) and Expedia (+3.6%).

Selected Aviation Suppliers & Leasing daily share price movements (% change): 23-Jul-2010

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