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Do You Have News to Share? Get It Published.

I am President of a national PR agency. Our clients range from business, tech, lifestyle, and entertainment. When a client needs to get their ‘news’ out, we have counted on EIN Presswire to handle the distribution. From high-profile clients to start-ups, we count on EIN Presswire to spread their message through their network of media outlets. We have been very impressed with the results, as the EIN Presswire press releases land on hundreds of outlets. This is a powerful tool for social media, internet searches, and branding. The EIN team are efficient and offer outstanding customer service and prices. We will continue to utilize the press release service with EIN Presswire.

— Karen L. Ammond, President/Founder KBC Media, LLC.

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Asia stocks rise as upbeat factory data lifts…

Asian shares rose on Tuesday after strong US manufacturing data and gains in tech stocks helped investors look past broader worries about the coronavirus and global economy.

MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.9per cent, while shares in China nudged up 0.1per cent. Australian stocks gained 2per cent for the biggest intraday gain since July 21. Tokyo shares also jumped by more than 1per cent.

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Asia stocks rise as upbeat factory data lifts…

Asian shares rose on Tuesday after strong US manufacturing data and gains in tech stocks helped investors look past broader worries about the coronavirus and global economy.

MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.9per cent, while shares in China nudged up 0.1per cent. Australian stocks gained 2per cent for the biggest intraday gain since July 21. Tokyo shares also jumped by more than 1per cent.

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Asia stocks rise as upbeat factory data lifts…

Asian shares rose on Tuesday after strong US manufacturing data and gains in tech stocks helped investors look past broader worries about the coronavirus and global economy.

MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.9per cent, while shares in China nudged up 0.1per cent. Australian stocks gained 2per cent for the biggest intraday gain since July 21. Tokyo shares also jumped by more than 1per cent.

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US FAA lays plan for Boeing 737 MAX’s return; hurdles remain

An aerial photo shows Boeing 737 MAX airplanes parked at the Boeing Factory in Renton, Washington, US, March 21, 2019. — Reuters pic

WASHINGTON, Aug 4 — The US Federal Aviation Administration said yesterday it is proposing requiring four key Boeing Co 737 MAX design and operating changes to address safety issues seen in two fatal crashes that led to the plane’s grounding in March 2019.

The agency is issuing a proposed airworthiness directive to require updated flight-control software, revised display-processing software to generate alerts, a revision of certain flight-crew operating procedures and changes in the routing of some wiring bundles.

While the measures align with those expected by Boeing and aerospace analysts for months, the announcement comes after a series of delays and sets in motion the final sequence of events that could lead to the FAA lifting a grounding order on the plane later this year.

There are still a number of hurdles, including collecting public comments on the changes for 45 days, and finalising a new set of pilot-training procedures. Transport Canada and Europe’s EASA have their own concerns.

Given the work left, it remains unclear whether US flights will resume before year-end.

Boeing shares closed 2.7 per cent higher yesterday, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average was up nearly one per cent.

In response to the FAA’s proposal, Chicago-based Boeing said it was “continuing to make steady progress towards the safe return to service, working closely with the FAA and other global regulators.”

The FAA said in a separate 96-page report yesterday it “has preliminarily determined that Boeing’s proposed changes to the 737 MAX design, flightcrew procedures and maintenance procedures effectively mitigate the airplane-related safety issues.” The airworthiness directive seeks to require Boeing changes.

The crisis over the grounding of the once top-selling 737 MAX has

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US FAA lays plan for Boeing 737 MAX’s return; hurdles remain

An aerial photo shows Boeing 737 MAX airplanes parked at the Boeing Factory in Renton, Washington, US, March 21, 2019. — Reuters pic

WASHINGTON, Aug 4 — The US Federal Aviation Administration said yesterday it is proposing requiring four key Boeing Co 737 MAX design and operating changes to address safety issues seen in two fatal crashes that led to the plane’s grounding in March 2019.

The agency is issuing a proposed airworthiness directive to require updated flight-control software, revised display-processing software to generate alerts, a revision of certain flight-crew operating procedures and changes in the routing of some wiring bundles.

While the measures align with those expected by Boeing and aerospace analysts for months, the announcement comes after a series of delays and sets in motion the final sequence of events that could lead to the FAA lifting a grounding order on the plane later this year.

There are still a number of hurdles, including collecting public comments on the changes for 45 days, and finalising a new set of pilot-training procedures. Transport Canada and Europe’s EASA have their own concerns.

Given the work left, it remains unclear whether US flights will resume before year-end.

Boeing shares closed 2.7 per cent higher yesterday, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average was up nearly one per cent.

In response to the FAA’s proposal, Chicago-based Boeing said it was “continuing to make steady progress towards the safe return to service, working closely with the FAA and other global regulators.”

The FAA said in a separate 96-page report yesterday it “has preliminarily determined that Boeing’s proposed changes to the 737 MAX design, flightcrew procedures and maintenance procedures effectively mitigate the airplane-related safety issues.” The airworthiness directive seeks to require Boeing changes.

The crisis over the grounding of the once top-selling 737 MAX has

Read More Here...

US FAA lays plan for Boeing 737 MAX’s return; hurdles remain

An aerial photo shows Boeing 737 MAX airplanes parked at the Boeing Factory in Renton, Washington, US, March 21, 2019. — Reuters pic

WASHINGTON, Aug 4 — The US Federal Aviation Administration said yesterday it is proposing requiring four key Boeing Co 737 MAX design and operating changes to address safety issues seen in two fatal crashes that led to the plane’s grounding in March 2019.

The agency is issuing a proposed airworthiness directive to require updated flight-control software, revised display-processing software to generate alerts, a revision of certain flight-crew operating procedures and changes in the routing of some wiring bundles.

While the measures align with those expected by Boeing and aerospace analysts for months, the announcement comes after a series of delays and sets in motion the final sequence of events that could lead to the FAA lifting a grounding order on the plane later this year.

There are still a number of hurdles, including collecting public comments on the changes for 45 days, and finalising a new set of pilot-training procedures. Transport Canada and Europe’s EASA have their own concerns.

Given the work left, it remains unclear whether US flights will resume before year-end.

Boeing shares closed 2.7 per cent higher yesterday, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average was up nearly one per cent.

In response to the FAA’s proposal, Chicago-based Boeing said it was “continuing to make steady progress towards the safe return to service, working closely with the FAA and other global regulators.”

The FAA said in a separate 96-page report yesterday it “has preliminarily determined that Boeing’s proposed changes to the 737 MAX design, flightcrew procedures and maintenance procedures effectively mitigate the airplane-related safety issues.” The airworthiness directive seeks to require Boeing changes.

The crisis over the grounding of the once top-selling 737 MAX has

Read More Here...