Industrialists up as interest rate fears fade – Industrialists roundup

Shares of industrial and transportation companies rose in volatile trading as interest rate fears eased.

Boeing shares rose after the aerospace giant reported larger-than-expected aircraft deliveries, even though it lagged rival Airbus in the airliner category.

As China sticks to a ‘zero Covid’ policy, production and port activity are slowing, and workers are scarce as authorities impose city lockdowns and mass testing on a scale not seen since nearly two years, prompting warnings from multinationals such as Adidas and Volkswagen.

Freight companies are expected to see strong growth in the fourth quarter, according to a brokerage. “Tight supply chains and a strong macro generated good selling conditions in transportation, although compared to the third quarter, a tougher comparison and higher inflation played a bit of a spoilsport,” they said. said strategists at brokerage firm Morgan Stanley, in a note to clients.

General Motors is launching a new website called CarBravo that will help US-based GM dealerships market and sell used cars online, directly competing with Carvana Co. and other retailers that have embraced virtual sales over the past two years.

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