This Unknown Brazilian Stock Could Unseat Two Global Powerhouses
It's like the senior prom for the aviation business: The Farnborough Air Show in the United Kingdom is a chance for companies to showcase their wares and tout their latest sales. It's one way for industry players and investors to gauge who's up, who's down — and who's out. I attended the biannual Farnborough this year, held July 19-25th, which was host to 120,461 attendees and 1,450 exhibiting companies. One company in particular stole the show: An aircraft manufacturer based in Brazil, Embraer (NYSE: ERJ) . Remember that name, because it could break up the aircraft manufacturing duopoly of Boeing (NYSE: BA) and Airbus, bringing outsized returns to shareholders in the process. Embraer racked up $10 billion in new orders for its aircraft at the show, an astounding…
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