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General Dynamics Corporation is a global aerospace and defense company. The Company offers a portfolio of products and services in business aviation; ship construction and repair; land combat vehicles, weapons systems and munitions, and technology products and services. The Company’s segments include Aerospace, Marine Systems, Combat Systems and Technologies. The Aerospace segment produces business jets and the standard bearer in aircraft repair, support and completion services. The Marine Systems segment designs and builds nuclear-powered submarines and offers in surface combatants and auxiliary ship design and construction for the United States Navy. The Combat Systems segment manufactures land combat solutions, including wheeled and tracked combat vehicles, weapons systems and munitions. The Technologies segment provides a spectrum of services, technologies and products to market that seeks solutions combining electronic hardware with specialized software.


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Nasdaq Composite rises 1.1% after sinking into correction and the broader stock market attempts Thursday turnaround

9:34 am ET January 20, 2022 (MarketWatch)

By Mark DeCambre

U.S. stock indexes rose Thursday morning, with the benchmarks staging a modest rebound after an equities selloff tied to a surge in bond yields pushed the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite into correction territory a day ago.

Wall Street was digesting corporate earnings but also poring over economic reports for guidance on the health of the economy and the investing market that has been buffeted by the prospect of higher interest rates.

In U.S. economic, first-time jobless claims unexpectedly rose by 55,000 last week to 286,000, compared with expectations for 225,000, likely reflecting the effect of the spread of the omicron variant of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19. The Philadelphia Fed's manufacturing index rose to 23.2 in January from 15.4 in December.

Meanwhile, markets also are paying attention to geopolitical worries, with Russia stationing troops along the border of Ukraine.

In corporate news, shares United Airlines Holdings Inc.(UAL) of American Airlines Group Inc.(AAL) rose after both reported narrower-than-expected losses and amid omicron.

-Mark DeCambre


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January 20, 2022 09:34 ET (14:34 GMT)

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