Industrials editor Brendan Byrnes discusses what to take away from Boeing's earnings report. Boeing rode the aerospace boom to beat projections in both earnings and revenue, and the company even raised full-year guidance. Boeing will beat Airbus on orders and deliveries, but the company could be hurt by future defense cuts. Still, Brendan has been impressed by the resiliency of Boeing's defense operations, and the sector in general.
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