Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg sounded bullish notes Sept. 12 at an investor conference, promising a 737 production recovery by year-end with no effect on the leading aerospace and defense provider’s financial forecasts. Muilenburg’s comments at the Morgan Stanley event in Laguna Beach, California, came as Wichita-based aerostructures leader Spirit AeroSystems also raised its forecast for 2018 despite its role early this year in a slowdown of 737 fuselage deliveries to Boeing. ...

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