It has been a busy week for the industrial sector. With companies such as Boeing (NYS: BA) , General Electric (NYS: GE) , and United Technologies (NYS: UTX) strengthening ties with international territories such as Russia, investors should keep their eyes glued to the stocks. Boeing had a rather weird week, with its very public PR battle over possible late deliveries with United.

For Boeing, Russian Technologies has committed to buy 35 Boeing 737 MAX airplanes in a deal worth more than $3 billion at current list prices. For Boeing, GE, and United Technologies, low interests have bottom lines wavering. In the following video, Fool.com analyst Blake Bos gives his full insight on the busy week in industrials.


With great opportunity comes great responsibility. For Boeing, which operates as a major player in a multitrillion-dollar market, the opportunity is absolutely massive. However, the company's execution problems and emerging competitors have investors wondering whether Boeing will live up to its shareholder responsibilities. In this premium research report, two of the Fool's best industrial minds have collaborated to provide investors with the key must-know issues around Boeing. They'll be updating the report as key news hits, so make sure to claim a copy today by clicking here now.

The article What This Week Means for These Industrials originally appeared on Fool.com.

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