$AIR

AAR Corp.

  • NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE INC.
  • Electronic Technology
  • Aerospace & Defense
  • Manufacturing
  • Aircraft Engine and Engine Parts Manufacturing

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$45.45 -

Extented Hours

VOLUME

183,932

DAY RANGE

44.82 - 46.37

52 WEEK

30.9 - 52

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By David Shepardson WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Investigators looking into the crash of a China Eastern Airlines (NYSE:CEA) jet are examining whether it was due to intentional action on the flight deck, with no evidence found of a technical malfunction, two people briefed on the matter said. The Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday that flight data from one of the Boeing (NYSE:BA) 737-800's black boxes indicated that someone in the cockpit intentionally crashed the plane, citing people familiar with the preliminary assessment of U.S. officials. Boeing Co , the maker of the jet, and the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) declined to comment and referred questions to Chinese regulators. The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC), which is leading the investigation, did not respond immediately to a request for comment. The Boeing 737-800, en route from Kunming to Guangzhou, crashed on March 21 in the mountains of the Guangxi region, after a sudden plunge from cruising altitude, killing all 123 passengers and nine crew members aboard. It was mainland China's deadliest aviation disaster in 28 years. The pilots did not respond to repeated calls from air traffic controllers and nearby planes during the rapid descent, authorities have said. One source told Reuters investigators were looking at whether the crash was a "voluntary" act. Screenshots of the Wall Street Journal story appeared to be censored both on China's Weibo (NASDAQ:WB) social media platform and the Wechat messaging app on Wednesday. The hashtag topics "China Eastern" and "China Eastern black boxes" are banned on Weibo, which cited a breach of laws, and users are unable to share posts on the incident in group chats on Wechat. The CAAC said on April 11 in response to rumors on the internet of a deliberate crash that the speculation had "gravely misled the public" and "interfered with the accident investigation work". A woman who asked to be identified only by her surname, Wen, who lost her husband in the crash, told Reuters on Wednesday that she had not seen the Wall Street Journal report but hoped the results of the investigation would be released soon. Wen said she and other victims' family members had signed an agreement with China Eastern that included a point about compensation, but she declined to say how much had been offered. China Eastern did not immediately respond to a request for comment. The Wall Street Journal said the airline had said in a statement that no evidence had emerged that could determine whether there were any problems with the aircraft. NO TECHNICAL RECOMMENDATIONS The 737-800 is a widely flown predecessor to Boeing's 737 MAX but does not have the systems that have been linked to fatal 737-MAX crashes in 2018 and 2019, which led to a lengthy grounding of the MAX. China Eastern grounded its entire fleet of 737-800 planes after the crash but resumed flights in mid-April, a decision widely seen at the time as ruling out any immediate new safety concerns over Boeing's most widely used model. In a summary of an unpublished preliminary crash report last month, Chinese investigators did not point to any technical recommendations for the 737-800, which has been in service since 1997 with a strong safety record, according to experts. NTSB Chair Jennifer Homendy said in a May 10 Reuters interview that board investigators and Boeing had traveled to China to assist the Chinese investigation. She noted that the investigation had not found any safety issues that would require any urgent action. Homendy said if the board had any safety concerns it would "issue urgent safety recommendations." The NTSB assisted Chinese investigators with the review of black boxes at its U.S. lab in Washington at China's request, despite political tensions between the countries. CAAC said the NTSB confirmed that it did not release information about the China Eastern crash to media, the state-owned Global Times reported. Shares of Boeing closed up 6.5%. A final report into the causes could take two years or more to compile, Chinese officials have said. Analysts say most crashes are caused by a cocktail of human and technical factors. Deliberate crashes are exceptionally rare globally. Experts noted the latest hypothesis left open whether the action stemmed from one pilot acting alone or the result of a struggle or intrusion but sources stressed nothing has been confirmed. The cockpit voice recorder was damaged during the crash and it is unclear whether investigators have been able to retrieve any information from it. In March 2015, a Germanwings co-pilot deliberately flew an Airbus A320 into a French mountainside, killing all 150 on board. French investigators found the 27-year-old was suffering from a suspected "psychotic depressive episode," concealed from his employer. They later called for better mental health guidelines and stronger peer support groups for pilots.

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**@CNBC:** This flashy Bel Air mansion that was listed at $87.8 million flopped at auction β€” and now the seller is furious. https://t.co/ezJCBMeaF9 https://twitter.com/CNBC/status/1526210923714822146

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**@richardbranson:** There’s nothing more thrilling than doing something that no-one has ever done before. This is what led me to try flying a hot-air balloon around the entire world – and I can’t believe I lived to tell the tale! Here’s more: https://t.co/fmPDY3YUDe #RichardsAdventures https://t.co/2d3ly4hCFX https://twitter.com/richardbranson/status/1526206574913634305

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**@CNBC:** Experts agree that lowering carbon emissions is not enough. Now companies like Microsoft and Chevron are investing in carbon capture technologies that remove carbon from the air and store it underground. Watch to learn more. https://t.co/qnyjKIcR7L https://t.co/CNyPV0ePHp https://twitter.com/CNBC/status/1525868613365809153

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**@PeterMcCormack:** Pretty bubbles in the air… https://t.co/0WZZksecYu https://twitter.com/PeterMcCormack/status/1525835013727653888

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**@conorsen:** I’m fortunate in that depression/anxiety has never really been an issue for me, but my mental health is always best when it’s 80+ degrees and humid. Air you can cut with a knife just has a calming effect. https://twitter.com/conorsen/status/1525627248417689601

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**@CNBC:** Although it has seen incredible improvement since the 1970s, more than 4 in 10 Americans are still estimated to live in counties with poor air quality. So just how clean is the air we breathe in the U.S.? https://t.co/ASgX82gLrZ https://t.co/fCcLn3Cy9v https://twitter.com/CNBC/status/1525563598742769664

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**@CNBC:** Here's how Air Force 1s became Nike’s best-selling sneaker: https://t.co/thuvqhxKA1 (via @CNBCMakeIt) https://t.co/g3YAq9UTrR https://twitter.com/CNBC/status/1525527108339978240

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big air gap weeklies just below $DIA Spy is in it

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TSLA still on the hot air balloon

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plus they have to fill all that air time lol

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US Air Force files trademark application for 'SpaceVerse' initiative https://cointelegraph.com/news/us-air-force-files-trademark-application-for-spaceverse-initiative

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**@WSJmarkets:** Air travel’s recovery is challenged as the price of jet fuel rises faster than gasoline https://t.co/LJaObXE81B https://twitter.com/WSJmarkets/status/1514901127967522818

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@dros #droscrew
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shit man I can do SEO. maybe I can offer my services. in return I would like one free on-air pump

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Absolutely! Bears punching the air rn

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60 Minutes feature on El Salvador's Bitcoin Beach will air Sunday https://cointelegraph.com/news/60-minutes-feature-on-el-salvador-s-bitcoin-beach-will-air-sunday

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By Tom Westbrook SINGAPORE (Reuters) - World stocks were headed for a weekly loss on Friday as the prospect of aggressive global rate hikes finally began to rattle investors, while bonds languished and the dollar looked set to ride higher yields to its best week in a month. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was steady on Friday but facing a weekly loss of about 1.5%. Japan's Nikkei wobbled a little higher but remained on course for a weekly loss of nearly 2.6%. S&P 500 futures were flat while FTSE futures and EuroSTOXX 50 futures each rose about 0.8% as traders looked for markets in London and Europe to catch up with a modest Thursday bounce on Wall Street. A late rally had lifted U.S. indexes a little, but they are also all down for the week led by a 2.5% loss for the yield-sensitive Nasdaq as higher interest rates loom large. Federal Reserve minutes this week have confirmed policymakers are ready to hike quickly to curb inflation. A looming European embargo on Russian coal looks set to further exacerbate economic pain and price pressures, though it also carried Indonesian stocks to a record high in Jakarta, where coal exporters expect better prices. (SO) A tight French presidential race is adding to nerves amid a growing sense that financial markets are entering a new era. Rabobank researchers reckon demand falling away leaves equity markets akin to Wile E. Coyote: "Running in the air for several moments before plummeting off a cliff edge." Hike expectations in Canada, South Korea, Australia and New Zealand are also surging with inflation. In France, a victory for far-right leader Marine Le Pen over incumbent Emmanuel Macron, while still unlikely, is now within the margins of error, opinion polls show and the euro edged down to a one-month low of $1.0855 in the Asia session. In bond markets, long-end Treasuries have borne the brunt of this week's selling as traders see it hit hardest by the Fed cutting bond holdings. The benchmark 10-year Treasury yield is up 26 basis points (bps) to 2.6528% this week, and was steady in Asia trade on Friday. The 30-year yield is up 23 bps. The U.S. dollar has been the primary beneficiary and the dollar index, which measures the greenback against a basket of six major currencies is up seven days in a row and hit an almost two-year high of 99.914 on Friday. [FRX/] The stronger dollar, and an oil price easing with supplies being released from reserves, has also pulled commodity currencies off recent peaks and redoubled pressure on the struggling yen. Japan's currency is near its lowest levels in years and was battling at 123.97 per dollar. Brent crude futures were steady at $100.73 per barrel and U.S. crude futures held at $96.30. [O/R] There were also some brighter spots, with Australia's bank-and-miner heavy equity market hanging in for a steady week. "A higher rate environment that transpires through the hiking cycle will continue to benefit value vs. growth equities and provides a more constructive outlook for sectors like financials," said Clara Cheong, a Singapore-based strategist at J.P. Morgan Asset Management.

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@CarlosH-carvan Good observation RE New Home Construction. As a Systems Eng for a National Homebuilder, I can add context. We are closign homes on time, but without some appliances now. We purchase air fryers for our customers so they can close on time. This is just an example of what we are willing to do to close a home. So far, no lawsuits, and our customers are satisfied. (We closed over 25,000 homes last year).

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Crypto.com will air campaign in support of Ukraine during Academy Awards https://cointelegraph.com/news/crypto-com-will-air-campaign-in-support-of-ukraine-during-academy-awards

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IMPP - Not too in love with this. Mayb 2.20 / 2.40 / 2.60 pop to scale into short with a 2.80 STOP ALLG - Potential HOT CHICK runner of the day. If shorting, Ultimate stop has to be above 24. Maybe a quick nail and bail short 21 / 22 to scale in short 30% size only CELZ - Looking for 3.50 / 3.70 / 4.00 pop with a 4.15 STOP NKLA - This is a cult stock. So it might go further than we think. So let this TOP OUT FIRST then we can short the bounce AMC - Looking for a push to scale in short 20.70 / 21.00 / 21.50 in the morning GME - 2 potential trades here. Looking for a r/g rejection to short or if it dumps at the open, triggers ssr, will look to short that SSR bounce. DO NOT chase weakness here MFH - Feels like one that can halt up on air. So waiting for it to TOP OUT first then will join bounces to short BVXV - Potential HOT CHICK. Avoiding short for now https://myinvestingclub.com/trading/when-to-use-max-size-full-size-in-the-stock-market-sizing-explained-in-detail-w-alex-temiz/

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LLL - 4.50 / 5.00 / 5.50 areas to scale in short. Already failed a little pre market so will look to nail and bail there due to LOW FLOAT DPRO - 2.50 / 2.80 / 3.00 lines to scale in short ZTEK - The type that can halt up at open and trap so I will be avoiding this on short side LBPS - Potential HOT CHICK today. let it take the attention AMC / GME / BBBY / KOSS / BB - Meme names are famous for looking weak pre market then ramping on air at the open. I am trying to have MAJOR discipline to wait for a large bounce on these toward vwap at open to short. I think these will be a great opportunity after the morning ramp. BUT i will NOT hold for an all day fader bs. Will take my money and run bc they can zombie this at the open NRSN - "Should have" tanked but it didnt, so patiently waiting for a major move and rejection at open for a scalp. Meme names top watch for me https://myinvestingclub.com/trading/how-to-scale-into-the-watch-list-when-to-use-max-full-size-when-trading-30-rule-watch-list/

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$DAL - Bullish option flow detected in Delta Air Lines (37.55 +0.40) with 39,184 calls trading (4x expected) and implied vol increasing over 3 points to 56.16%. . The Put/Call Ratio is 0.08. Earnings are expected on 04/13.

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MULN - Looking for a morning push to scale in short toward 2.40 / 2.50 / 2.60 with a 2.75 STOP (30% size on the way up and if it confirms red can add) PIK - HOT CHICK. AVOIDING the short. This can zombie on air so I am not gonna mess around ALLG - Potential hot chick / being pumped. IGNORING short for now HUSA - Started in pre market some. Looking for a meltdown red INDO - Looking for a pop to short before it goes red IMPP - Looking for a pop and fail before more downside comes GME - Bad earnings... Maybe a pop toward 85 to short with a r/g reclaim as a stop https://myinvestingclub.com/trading/how-to-scale-into-the-watch-list-when-to-use-max-full-size-when-trading-30-rule-watch-list/

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By Andrew Galbraith SHANGHAI (Reuters) - An afternoon surge in Chinese equities lifted a broad gauge of Asian shares on Wednesday on rising hopes Beijing will roll out more economic stimulus, while investors continued to watch Ukraine-Russia peace talks and the U.S. Federal Reserve. The Fed is expected to raise rates for the first time in three years later on Wednesday (1800 GMT) and give guidance on future tightening. European bourses were poised to open stronger. Pan-region Euro Stoxx 50 futures and German DAX futures were up about 0.9% in early deals, and FTSE futures were 0.6% higher. U.S. stock futures also pointed higher, with S&P 500 e-minis, up 0.2%. The rise in Asian shares came a day after mainland China and Hong Kong equity indexes had tumbled in reaction to spiking coronavirus infections in China and fading expectations for a rate cut by the People's Bank of China. Chinese market volatility continued on Wednesday, with a strong early rebound in China's CSI300 index evaporating by late morning. But it charged higher after Vice Premier Liu He indicated China plans to take measures to boost the economy and would also announce policies favourable to capital markets. The CSI300 was last up more than 3.5%. Hong Kong's Hang Seng index also extended gains in the afternoon, surging more than 8% at one point, leading a more than 3% rise in MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan. Elsewhere, Australian shares and Seoul's Kospi were up about 1.1%, while Japan's Nikkei stock index rose 1.6%. Liu's comments helped to ease worries that encouraging economic data for January and February were leading to complacency among policymakers in Beijing. "People are concerned that (Chinese) policymakers would believe that the economy is doing much better and growth is rebounding and there's no need for further policy easing measures," said Ting Lu, chief China economist at Nomura. China has seen increasing positive changes in its economic performance backed up by surprisingly good economic data, but the impact of the latest COVID-19 resurgence need to be watched, a statistics bureau spokesman said on Tuesday. On Wednesday, Chinese health authorities reported a slight drop in new cases compared to a day earlier, although major Chinese cities continue to grapple with controlling the spread of the virus. The gains in Asia followed a relief rally overnight on Wall Street driven by hopes of a resolution in Ukraine. The S&P 500 gained 2.14%, the Nasdaq Composite jumped 2.92% and the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 1.82%. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said on Wednesday peace talks were sounding more realistic but more time was needed, as Russian air strikes killed five people in the capital Kyiv and the refugee tally from Moscow's invasion reached 3 million. EYES ON FED Analysts at ING said in a note that market moves in Asia would be "cautious" ahead of the Fed meeting later in the global day. Investors are expecting the U.S. central bank to raise interest rates by at least 25 basis points amid surging prices. Traders will also be closely watching the Fed for details on how it plans to end its bond-buying program. U.S. bond yields fell in Asian trade, with the benchmark 10-year note yield at 2.1545%, after earlier rising to 2.169%, the highest since June 2019. The two-year yield was last at 1.8433% from a close of 1.857%. The U.S. dollar was down slightly against a basket of peers, trading at 98.861, and lower against the yen at 118.22 albeit still near a five-year high. The euro edged up 0.16% to $1.0969. Oil prices, which had traded lower early in the session, turned higher, with Russia's invasion of Ukraine continuing to stoke volatility. Global benchmark Brent crude rose 0.93% to $100.84 per barrel, and U.S. crude added 0.44% to $96.86. Highlighting the impact of global disruptions and soaring oil costs, Japan reported a wider-than-expected trade deficit in February as an energy-driven surge in import costs caused by massive supply constraints added to vulnerabilities for the world's third-largest economy. Spot gold was little changed at $1,916.61 per ounce.

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publishing their articles is what gives these degens more air

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**@TheCryptoDog:** Hotel I'm staying in has very thick blankets and seemingly broken thermostat, I seem to have two options:8C or no air-conditioning at all 23C.Keep waking up shivering in puddles of cold sweat, miserable. At least BTC is... oh that's lovely. πŸ™‚ https://twitter.com/TheCryptoDog/status/1501847092154843138

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**@WSJmarkets:** Air, sun, water and Earth: Check out the new ways companies are harnessing power from the elements https://t.co/MDgTnOIAqV https://twitter.com/WSJmarkets/status/1501688542656925702

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**@CNBC:** "A key aspect with war in Ukraine is the ability to share information with partners," Air Force Chief of Staff, General Charles "CQ" Brown tells @PowerLunch. https://t.co/j4RDIO58cG https://t.co/Iu7QZXvnF7 https://twitter.com/CNBC/status/1501676702350684162

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**@Benzinga:** We spoke with Harmen van Kamp, CMO, and Dr. Zoltan Kemeny, CEO, of Global Air Cylinder Wheels to learn about their patented Air Suspension Wheel, a #greentech alternative to rubber tires.Want to help GACW reinvent the wheel? Get involved here: https://t.co/MipVLw4P4g#ad https://t.co/rKtPSZAkNf https://twitter.com/Benzinga/status/1501654858251878404

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I was able to donate to air b nb directly to pay for peoples rooms Ukrainian refugees in northern europe locations

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(Adds Kirby (NYSE:KEX), Truss) By Pavel Polityuk and Aleksandar Vasovic LVIV, Ukraine/KYIV (Reuters) - Russian invasion forces seized Europe's biggest nuclear power plant on Friday in what Washington called a reckless assault that risked catastrophe, although a blaze in a training building was extinguished and officials said the facility was now safe. Combat raged elsewhere in Ukraine as Russian forces surrounded and bombarded several cities in the second week of the assault launched by Russian President Vladimir Putin. A presidential adviser said an advance had been halted on the southern city of Mykolayiv after local authorities said Russian troops had entered it. If captured, the city of 500,000 people would be the biggest yet to fall. The capital Kyiv, in the path of a Russian armoured column that has been stalled on a road for days, came under renewed attack, with air raid sirens blaring in the morning and explosions audible from the city centre. The Russian assault on the Zaporizhzhia plant showed how reckless the invasion has been, U.S. Pentagon spokesman John Kirby told CNN. "It just raises the level of potential catastrophe to a level that nobody wants to see," Kirby said. A video verified by Reuters showed one building aflame and a volley of incoming shells before a large incandescent ball lit up the sky, exploding beside a car park and sending smoke billowing across the compound. Although the plant was later said to be safe and the fire out, officials worried about the precarious circumstances, with Ukrainian staff now operating under Russian control. International Atomic Energy Agency chief Raphael Grossi described the situation as "normal operations, but in fact there is nothing normal about this". He paid homage to the plant's Ukrainian staff: "to their bravery, to their courage, to their resilience because they are doing this in very difficult circumstances." Grossi said the plant was undamaged from what he believed was a Russian projectile. Only one reactor was working, at around 60% of capacity. He was trying to contact Russian and Ukrainian officials to sort out political responsibility. An official at Energoatom, the Ukrainian state nuclear plant operator, said there was no further fighting and radiation was normal, but his organisation no longer had contact with the plant's management or control over potentially dangerous nuclear material. "Personnel are on their working places providing normal operation of the station," the official told Reuters. Russia's defence ministry also said the plant was working normally. It blamed the fire on a "monstrous attack" by Ukrainian saboteurs and said its forces were in control. "EUROPEANS WAKE UP" Russia's grip on a plant that provides more than a fifth of Ukraine's electricity was a big development after eight days of war in which other Russian advances have been stalled by fierce resistance. "Europeans, please wake up. Tell your politicians – Russian troops are shooting at a nuclear power plant in Ukraine," Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said in a video address. In another address, he called on Russians to protest. Thousands of people are believed to have been killed or wounded and more than 1 million refugees have fled Ukraine since Feb. 24, when Putin ordered the biggest attack on a European state since World War Two. Russian forces advancing from three directions have besieged cities, pounding them with artillery and air strikes. Moscow says its aim is to disarm its neighbour and capture leaders it calls neo-Nazis and a threat to its own security. Ukraine and its Western allies call that a baseless pretext for a war to conquer a country of 44 million people. FIGHTING RAGES, SANCTIONS MOUNT In Kyiv's Borshchahivka neighbourhood, the twisted engine of a cruise missile lay in the street where it had apparently been downed overnight by Ukrainian air defences. Residents were furious but also proud of what they see as the successful defence of the city of 3 million, which Russia had hoped to capture within days. Russian troops "all should go to hell," said Igor Leonidovich, 62, an ethnic Russian who had moved to Ukraine 50 years ago as a boy. "For the occupiers it is getting worse and worse, every day." In Russia itself, where Putin's main opponents have largely been jailed or driven into exile, the war has led to a further crackdown on dissent. Authorities have banned reports that refer to the "special military operation" as a "war" or "invasion". Anti-war demonstrations have been squelched with thousands of arrests. On Friday, Russia shut down foreign broadcasters including the BBC, Voice of America and Deutsche Welle. The most prominent independent Russian broadcasters, TV Dozhd (Rain) and Ekho Moskvy radio, were shuttered on Thursday. The lower house of parliament introduced legislation to impose jail terms on people who spread "fake" reports about the military. Russia has been subjected to economic isolation never before visited on such a large economy. Ireland's foreign minister, Simon Coveney, said more EU sanctions were coming, potentially including a ban on Russian-flagged ships in European ports and blocking imports of steel, timber, aluminium or coal. British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss said Western countries should look at measures targeting Russia's oil and gas sector - still excluded from sanctions - and how how reduce their dependence on Russian energy. Only one sizeable Ukrainian city, the southern port of Kherson, has fallen to Russian forces since the invasion began. But Russian forces have made their biggest advances in the south. Mykolayiv's mayor said they were now inside his city, a shipbuilding port of 500,000 people. Zelenskiy's military adviser, Oleksiy Arestovych, said the Russian advance there had been halted. "We can feel cautious optimism about the future prospects of the enemy offensive - I think that it will be stopped in other areas also." The southeastern port of Mariupol has been encircled and bomabarded, Britain said in an intelligence update. Authorities there have described a humanitarian emergency. In the northeast, along another axis of the Russian attack, Kharkiv and Chernihiv have been under bombardment since the start of the invasion. Strikes have intensified but defenders are holding out. On Thursday, Russia and Ukraine negotiators agreed at talks on the need for humanitarian corridors to help civilians escape and to deliver medicines and food to areas of fighting. A spokesperson for the United Nations childrens' agency in Lviv said there had been an "insane influx" of people into the city. Pediatricians were preparing for mass child casualties and identifying them, James Elder said. "A green dot means fine over here, a yellow dot means critical support. They are learning a black dot means the child won't make it."

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**GUERRA IN UCRAINA** Il ministro degli Esteri ucraino Kuleba: Ho avuto una telefonata produttiva con il Segretario di Stato americano Blinken per ulteriori sanzioni alla Russia fino a quando non interromperΓ  la guerra contro l'Ucraina e ritirerΓ  le forze armate. Sono necessari sforzi coordinati per prevenire l'evasione delle sanzioni. Ho sottolineato che l'Ucraina ha bisogno di ulteriori consegne di armi, specialmente per la nostra Air Force, ora.

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@dros #droscrew
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he loves his air force ones

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I was talking to a vendor in Munich this morning and he told me he doesn't remember seeing this much air traffic over Germany before

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By Natalia Zinets KYIV (Reuters) -Missiles pounded the Ukrainian capital on Friday as Russian forces pressed their advance and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy pleaded with the international community to do more, saying sanctions announced so far were not enough. Air raid sirens wailed over Kyiv amid unconfirmed reports that a Russian plane had been shot down and crashed into a building a day after Russian President Vladimir Putin launched an invasion that has shocked the world. A senior Ukrainian official said Russian forces would enter areas just outside the capital, Kyiv, later on Friday and that Ukrainian troops were defending positions on four fronts despite being outnumbered. An estimated 100,000 people fled as explosions and gunfire rocked major cities. Dozens have been reported killed. Russian troops seized the Chernobyl former nuclear power plant north of Kyiv as they advanced on the city from Belarus. U.S. and Ukrainian officials say Russia aims to capture Kyiv and topple the government, which Putin regards as a puppet of the United States. Zelenskiy said he understood Russian troops were coming for him but vowed to stay in Kyiv. "(The) enemy has marked me down as the number one target," Zelenskiy said in a video message. "My family is the number two target. They want to destroy Ukraine politically by destroying the head of state." "I will stay in the capital. My family is also in Ukraine." Russia launched its invasion by land, air and sea on Thursday following a declaration of war by Putin, in the biggest attack on a European state since World War Two. Putin says Russia is carrying out "a special military operation" to stop the Ukrainian government from committing genocide against its own people - an accusation the West calls baseless. He also says Ukraine is an illegitimate state whose lands historically belong to Russia. Ukrainian forces downed an enemy aircraft over Kyiv early on Friday, which then crashed into a residential building and set it ablaze, said Anton Herashchenko, an adviser to the interior minister. It was unclear whether the aircraft was manned or whether it could be a missile. Kyiv municipal authorities said at least eight people were injured when the object crashed into an apartment block. "Horrific Russian rocket strikes on Kyiv," Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba wrote on Twitter (NYSE:TWTR). "Last time our capital experienced anything like this was in 1941 when it was attacked by Nazi Germany." Authorities said intense fighting was under way in the city of Sumy in the northeast. A border post in the southeastern Zaporizhzhya region had been hit by missiles, causing deaths and injuries among border guards, and air raid sirens sounded over the city of Lviv in the west of the country. Asked if he was worried about Zelenskiy's safety, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken told CBS: "To the best of my knowledge, President Zelenskiy remains in Ukraine at his post, and of course we're concerned for the safety of all of our friends in Ukraine - government officials and others." SANCTIONS BUILD A democratic nation of 44 million people, Ukraine voted for independence at the fall of the Soviet Union and has recently stepped up efforts to join the NATO military alliance and the European Union, aspirations that infuriate Moscow. The United States, Britain, Japan, Canada, Australia and the EU unveiled more sanctions on Moscow on top of penalties earlier this week, including a move by Germany to halt an $11 billion gas pipeline from Russia. EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell described the bloc's measures as "the harshest package of sanctions we have ever implemented". China came under pressure over its refusal to call Russia's assault an invasion. U.S. President Joe Biden, speaking to reporters at the White House, said: "Any nation that countenances Russia's naked aggression against Ukraine will be stained by association." He declined to comment directly on China's position. The U.N. Security Council will vote on Friday on a draft resolution that would condemn Russia's invasion and require Moscow's immediate withdrawal. However, Moscow can veto the measure, and it was unclear how China would vote. around the world. Oil prices soared as much as $2 per barrel on Friday as markets brace for the impact of trade sanctions on major crude exporter Russia. U.S. wheat futures hit their highest in nearly 14 years, corn hovered near an eight-month peak and soybeans rebounded on fears of grain supply disruptions from the key Black Sea region. Airlines were also facing disruptions, with Japan Airlines cancelling its Thursday evening flight to Moscow and Britain closing its airspace to Russian carriers.

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By Natalia Zinets and Aleksandar Vasovic KYIV/MARIUPOL, Ukraine (Reuters) - Russian forces invaded Ukraine on Thursday in a massed assault by land, sea and air, the biggest attack by one state against another in Europe since World War Two. Missiles rained down. Ukraine reported columns of troops pouring across its borders from Russia and Belarus and landing on the coast from the Black and Azov seas. Ukrainian troops fought Russian forces along practically the entire border, and fierce fighting was taking place in the regions of Sumy, Kharkiv, Kherson, Odessa and at a military airport near Kyiv, an adviser to the presidential office said. Explosions were heard before dawn and throughout the morning in the capital Kyiv, a city of 3 million people. Gunfire rattled, sirens blared, and the highway out of the city choked with traffic as residents fled. The assault brought a calamitous end to weeks of fruitless diplomatic efforts by Western leaders to avert war, their worst fears about Russian President Vladimir Putin's ambitions realised. "Russia treacherously attacked our state in the morning, as Nazi Germany did in the WW2 years," tweeted Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskiy. "Russia has embarked on a path of evil, but Ukraine is defending itself & won't give up its freedom no matter what Moscow thinks." Calling on Ukrainians to defend their country, he said arms would be given to anyone prepared to fight. He also urged Russians to take to the streets to protest against their government's actions. U.S. President Joe Biden called the Russian action an "unprovoked and unjustified attack". EU Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen said the bloc would impose a new round of sanctions that would hit Russia's economy severely. EU foreign affairs chief Josep Borrell said: "These are among the darkest hours of Europe since the Second World War." RUSSIAN BOMBING In an early-morning declaration of war, Putin said he had ordered "a special military operation" to protect people, including Russian citizens, subjected to "genocide" in Ukraine - an accusation the West calls baseless propaganda. "And for this we will strive for the demilitarisation and denazification of Ukraine," Putin said. "Russia cannot feel safe, develop, and exist with a constant threat emanating from the territory of modern Ukraine" He added: "All responsibility for bloodshed will be on the conscience of the ruling regime in Ukraine." A resident of Kharkiv, Ukraine's second biggest city and close to the Russian border, said windows in apartment blocks were shaking from constant blasts. Blasts could be heard in the southern port of Mariupol, near a frontline held by Russian-backed separatists. On a highway leading out, a Ukrainian armoured column thundered along the road, with soldiers atop turrets smiling and flashing victory signs to cars which honked their horns in support. Civilians in Mariupol packed bags: "We are going into hiding," a woman said. Ukrainian officials said Russian helicopters attacked Gostomel, a military airport near Kyiv, and Ukraine downed three of them. Ukrainian border officials said the Russians were trying to penetrate Kyiv region and the Zhytomyr region on the Belarusian border, and they were using Grad rockets. Initial unconfirmed reports of casualties included Ukrainian civilians killed by Russian bombardment and border guards defending the frontier. Regional authorities of Ukraine's southern Odessa region said 18 people were killed in a missile attack. At least six people were killed in Brovary, a town near Kyiv, authorities there said. Ukraine reported five people killed when one plane was shot down. Ukraine's military said it had destroyed four Russian tanks on a road near Kharkiv, killed 50 troops near a town in Luhansk region and downed six Russian warplanes in the east. Russia denied reports its aircraft or armoured vehicles had been destroyed. Russian-backed separatists claimed to have downed two Ukrainian planes. 'RUSSIA ALONE IS RESPONSIBLE' Even with a full-blown invasion under way, Putin's ultimate aim is obscure. He said he did not plan a military occupation, only to disarm Ukraine and purge it of nationalists. The outright annexation of such a vast hostile country could be beyond Russia's military capabilities. But if the aim is just to replace Zelenskiy's government, it is hard to see Ukrainians accepting any new leadership Russia might try to install. "I think we must fight all those who invade our country so strongly," said one man stuck in traffic trying to leave Kyiv. "I would hang every single one of them from bridges." Biden has ruled out sending U.S. troops to defend Ukraine, but Washington has reinforced NATO allies in the region with extra troops and planes. The West has pledged to impose severe sanctions. "Russia alone is responsible for the death and destruction this attack will bring, and the United States and its Allies and partners will respond in a united and decisive way," Biden said. Russia is one of the world's biggest energy producers, and both it and Ukraine are among the top exporters of grain. War and sanctions will disrupt economies around the world already facing a supply crisis as they emerge from the pandemic. Stocks and bond yields plunged; the dollar and gold soared. Brent oil surged past $100/barrel for the first time since 2014. [MKTS/GLOB] At least three major buyers of Russian oil said they had been denied letters of credit from Western banks, needed for shipments to go ahead. A democratic country of 44 million people, Ukraine is Europe's biggest country by area after Russia itself. It voted overwhelmingly for independence at the fall of the Soviet Union, and aims to join NATO and the European Union, aspirations that infuriate Moscow. Putin, who denied for months he was planning an invasion, has called Ukraine an artificial construct carved from Russia by its enemies, a characterisation Ukrainians see as an attempt to erase their more than 1,000-year-old history. While many Ukrainians, particularly in the east, speak Russian as a native language, virtually all identify as a separate nationality. 'WE'RE AFRAID' Queues of people waited to withdraw money and buy supplies of food and water in Kyiv. Cars stretched for dozens of kilometres (miles) on the highway leading from the capital west towards Poland, where Western countries have prepared for the likelihood of hundreds of thousands of refugees. "We're afraid of bombardments," said Oxana, trying to flee and stuck in her car with her three-year-old daughter on the backseat. "This is so scary." Three hours after Putin gave his order, Russia's defence ministry said it had taken out military infrastructure at Ukrainian air bases and degraded its air defences. Earlier, Ukrainian media reported that military command centres in Kyiv and Kharkiv had been struck by missiles, while Russian troops had landed at Odessa and Mariupol. Russia announced it was shutting all shipping in the Azov Sea. Russia controls the strait leading into the sea where Ukraine has ports including Mariupol. Ukraine appealed to Turkey to bar Russian ships from the straits connecting the Black Sea to the Mediterranean. In Russia, where state media have for weeks been airing footage of purported Ukrainian attacks that Western countries call crudely staged fakes, the broadcast regulator said all news outlets must cite only official Russian sources on Ukraine. An activist who called for anti-war demonstrations was detained.

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$JOBY loads of march $5 calls being bought today ...flow 100% bullish. Seems like BS company building electric air taxis or something like that

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hey now you stole my words.. but yes I think and feel the same. shouldn't have gone up that much but atleast its not like ROKU at 470 .. just saying :) > @dros said: as a $TSLA holder ill be the first to admit that it got way too frothy. for the long term this is a pretty good price I would say. I mean it might go lower but all the cries of Tesla is an Enron level scam I think are hot air

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as a $TSLA holder ill be the first to admit that it got way too frothy. for the long term this is a pretty good price I would say. I mean it might go lower but all the cries of Tesla is an Enron level scam I think are hot air

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By Peter Nurse Investing.com - European stock markets are expected to open higher Friday after Russia and the U.S. agreed to meet next week, raising hopes that the two can reach a diplomatic solution to the Ukraine crisis and avoid conflict. At 2 AM ET (0700 GMT), the DAX futures contract in Germany traded 0.7% higher, CAC 40 futures in France traded flat and the FTSE 100 futures contract in the U.K. rose 0.2%. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov agreed to meet U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken for talks in Europe next week, the State Department said late Thursday. This follows the ramping up of tensions after both the Ukrainian government forces and Moscow-backed rebels accused each other of breaking cease-fire rules, potentially creating the excuse for Russia to invade. President Joe Biden warned on Thursday that the probability of an invasion of Ukraine was still β€œvery high.” Helping the tone Friday was the news that France's unemployment rate fell in the final quarter of last year to the lowest level since 2008, dropping to 7.4% from 8.0% in the previous three months, better than the expected 7.8%. Additionally, U.K. retail sales rose 1.9% on the month in January, a jump of 9.1% on the year, as consumers returned to shops after the Omicron surge in late 2021. In the corporate sector, Renault (PA:RENA) will be in the spotlight after the French auto posted a profit for 2021, beating expectations after two straight years of losses aggravated by the coronavirus pandemic and subsequent chip supply issues weighing on the auto industry. Sika (SIX:SIKA) posted a hefty jump in full-year net profit and proposed a 16% higher dividend, as the Swiss construction chemicals maker benefited from an upturn in building projects after the pandemic and a raft of acquisitions. Norwegian Air (OL:NAS) reported a full-year profit for 2021 after the losses of the previous year, adding that booking trends point to busier travel throughout Europe as Covid restrictions are lifted. Oil prices slipped lower Friday, heading for a weekly fall, as traders digested the raised prospects of Iranian oil returning to the global market, outweighing the continued tensions on the Ukraine border. Negotiations to revive Iran’s 2015 nuclear agreement continue to make progress, with a draft accord outlining a sequence of steps that would eventually lead to the removal of oil sanctions on the Persian Gulf country’s crude exports taking shape. Such a deal could result in an additional 1 million barrels a day of oil coming back to the market. By 2 AM ET, U.S. crude futures traded 0.5% lower at $91.28 a barrel, while the Brent contract fell 0.5% to $92.53. Both contracts were set for their first weekly fall in nine weeks, after hitting their highest levels for over seven years earlier in the week. Additionally, gold futures fell 0.4% to $1,894.80/oz, while EUR/USD traded 0.1% higher at 1.1371.

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AAR is a global aerospace and defense aftermarket solutions company with operations in over 20 countries. Headquartered in the Chicago area, AAR supports commercial and government customers through two operating segments: Aviation Services and Expeditionary Services. AAR's Aviation Services include Parts Supply; OEM Solutions; Integrated Solutions; and Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) Services. AAR's Expeditionary Services include Mobility Systems operations.

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