Wednesday will be a bad day for Boeing and Lockheed Martin on Wall Street – that is almost certain. With headlines flashing that Northrop Grumman won the $21.4 billion U.S. Air Force contract for an expected 100 Long-Range Strike Bombers at an eventual production cost of $564 million each in fiscal 2016 dollars, Boeing’s and Lockheed’s stock prices will drop. And Northrop’s will rise. Beyond the initial reaction, however, the ramifications of the bomber decision may ...

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