Boeing just signed a deal with the Indian Ministry of Defense to sell them 15 Chinook helicopters for a whopping $1.4 billion dollars. But is that number really as massive as it sounds for this defense contractor giant? In this video, Austin Smith sits down with Fool.com contributor Rich Smith to break down just how big a deal something like this is for Boeing compared to the company's annual revenue as a whole. Is this deal really going to cause a jump in stock price, or is it just more of the same from a great company. Also, Rich points out what investors need to look at internationally for a company like Boeing, while so many other companies struggle in the face of major domestic fiscal fears.
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