Stocks in the news: Lincoln Financial, Boeing, Cemex


The following post rounds up the companies making headlines today:

Lincoln Financial Group (LNC) said on Monday that it would accept federal bailout money as part of a plan to raise $2 billion that also includes sales of stock and debt. Shares dropped nearly 6 percent ahead of the bell.

Boeing's (BA) commercial airplane chief executive Scott Carson said at the Paris Air Show he expects growth to return to the industry in the middle of next year. He doesn't see more production cuts ahead either. The scope of the recovery is still unknown yet though. Ryanair Holdings (RYAAY) is considering ordering 300 planes from Boeing and Airbus, according to The Guardian newspaper. BA shares declined over 1 percent ahead of the bell.