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Boeing Co. (NYSE:BA): Airbus predicts that about 27,300 passenger airliners will need to be built by the year 2031 with seating capacities of at least 100 seats, and almost 900 new factory-built freighter aircraft as well. In addition, the firm’s Global Market Forecast foresees more than doubling of the world’s overall passenger aircraft inventory, from the current 15,500 to more than 32,500 by 2031.
Bank of America Corporation (NYSE:BAC): Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke believe that the United States’ economy is far from satisfactory, and his colleagues are readying policies that will remedy the situation until he’s satisfied. Four Fed presidents want an open-ended strategy for bond buying, and three say that the program to begin now, according to Bloomberg.
Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS): Hits such as Avengers and The Dark Knight Rises might have done their best to raise the summer box office totals, but the numbers dropped by about 3 percent to $4.3 billion, year-over-year with May to Labor Day in 2011, with attendance down about 4 percent to 533 million, according to The Los Angeles Times, using figures from Hollywood.com.
Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC): Notebooks powered by Intel Atom processors will no longer be made by the two leading vendors Asustek Computer and Acer, so the chip major might need to adjust its roadmap for the chip set. However, Atom series processors will still be utilized by handset and embedded products, said industry sources to Digitimes on Monday.
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