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Weak Industrial Production Numbers Confirm Manufacturing Recession

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Stuki7 hrsEven a small end user preference for competing airlines not flying MAXes, will make the MAX a hard sell for Boeing. Of course, in Dystopia, should the likes of Expedia choose to help people make informed decisions by allowing searches based on equipment, they will no doubt be effectively silenced by the regime. Who will call such things "fake news", or whatever happens to be the fashionable excuse du jour, for encouraging ambulance chasing garbage to abuse Dystopia's pathetic joke of a once-was "legal" "system." There's also the problem of Boeing having to help insure any airline ordering large numbers of them, against fallout from even the most minuscule mishap in the future. Whatever happens to a MAX, will be blamed on the plane for years to come. No airline wants to be stuck

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Even a small end user preference for competing airlines not flying MAXes, will make the MAX a hard sell for Boeing.

Of course, in Dystopia, should the likes of Expedia choose to help people make informed decisions by allowing searches based on equipment, they will no doubt be effectively silenced by the regime. Who will call such things "fake news", or whatever happens to be the fashionable excuse du jour, for encouraging ambulance chasing garbage to abuse Dystopia's pathetic joke of a once-was "legal" "system."

There's also the problem of Boeing having to help insure any airline ordering large numbers of them, against fallout from even the most minuscule mishap in the future. Whatever happens to a MAX, will be blamed on the plane for years to come. No airline wants to be stuck with a whole fleet of them, unless all risk from doing so, is very much insured against.

Overall, someone has to pay for all the, even if only perceived, risks inherent to flying living people in the thing. And since airlines have the option, hence leverage, to look elsewhere, that someone will have to largely be Boeing.

Mike Shedlock
Mike Shedlock (Mish) is a registered investment advisor representative for SitkaPacific Capital Management (http://www.sitkapacific.com/). Sitka Pacific is an asset management firm whose goal is strong performance and low volatility, regardless of market direction.

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