European equities seesawed before finishing higher on Friday, but looked to close out the trading month with gains of over 6 percent.» Read More
OTTAWA/ WASHINGTON, Sept 4- Canada is likely to choose between two major U.S. firms when it buys a new fleet of jet fighters, excluding two European competitors, according to a source with direct knowledge of the matter.
PARIS/ NEW YORK, Sept 4- Airbus and Boeing both topped 1,000 new jet orders in the first eight months of the year, but Boeing is far ahead after adjusting for cancellations. Chicago- based Boeing also has delivered more planes this year than its European rival, hanging on to the title of world's largest plane maker.
PARIS, Sept 4- Europe's Airbus said on Thursday that new orders topped 1,000 aircraft in the first eight months of the year as airlines order fuel-saving models, but cancellations continued to weigh on net orders, which remain behind those of rival Boeing.
KIELCE, Poland, Sept 2- Airbus Group is interested in setting up joint ventures to support the Polish defence industry but has downplayed the question of Warsaw taking a direct shareholding in the European aerospace group.
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European shares closed higher, with earnings news from the U.S. and merger and acquisition activity helping bourses post healthy gains.
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European markets finished slightly up on Friday afternoon, after wobbling around the flat line throughout the day.
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