Analyst Study on Boeing and Lockheed Martin -- the Changing Facet of the Aerospace Industry

JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- Jul 28, 2010 -- brings investors market knowledge on the aspects moving the Aerospace/Defense stocks, and offers complete analytical research on companies like Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) and Lockheed Martin Corporation (NYSE: LMT). Register with today to gain full access to our complimentary research on these Aerospace/Defense stocks.

While the aerospace industry posted losses of $9.4 billion last year, passenger and cargo traffic are showing signs of recovery in 2010. Markets in India, China and Latin America are leading this recovery which is also heightening demand for new aircrafts. is a specialized website where investors can have specific access to complimentary reports on Aerospace/Defense Products & Services industry; traders looking for analysis on Boeing Co., Lockheed Martin Corp. and other players in the industry are welcomed to sign up for free at

After a lackluster 2009 at the Paris air show, Aerospace Companies have racked up approximately $30 billion worth of orders this year, more than triple the amount from last year. The Farnborough Air show also showed promising results, producing orders worth over $28 billion. Boeing Co. saw 103 orders during the Farnborough Air Show valued at around $10 billion. Investors can register today at to download the full report on Boeing Co.

This positive news for the industry is even more considerable when factoring in the government's decrease in defence spending. The US government has announced plans to reduce their personnel and procurement costs by some $100 billion over the next five years. Visit us at to understand the catalysts and forces driving or affecting companies in the Aerospace/Defense Products & Services industry.

The U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration has recently announced that they are opening contracts to the commercial market. This will allow smaller aerospace companies to bid on valuable contracts that were previously opened mainly to the giants of the Aerospace industry like Boeing and Lockheed Martin Corp. Whilst this is a serious blow to bigger companies in this industry, this change was pushed by the Obama administration in a bid to reduce NASA's spending by using services and products from smaller entrepreneurs which believe they can provide a more cost-effective service than their larger peers. Access free research on Lockheed Martin Corp. now by signing up at

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