Friday, March 30, 2012
What's In The News: March 30, 2012 Boeing (NYSE:BA) JetBlue Airways (NYSE:JBLU) AIG (NYSE:AIG)
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This is what's in the news for Friday March 30, 2012. The Wall Street Journal reports natural gas futures fell 5.8% to a new 10 year low after the U.S. government reported a larger-than-expected rise in natural gas inventories, as demand remained weak as production increases. The Wall Street Journal also reports to avoid a production shut down, Boeing (NYSE:BA) thinks new orders for its C-17 military cargo plane may come from the Middle East or Asia. Reuters reports although Deutsche Lufthansa (PINK:DLAKY) won't end its investment in JetBlue Airways (NYSE:JBLU), the possibility remains that it could do so in the future depending on the German airline's capital needs. Finally, Bloomberg reports new rules in China have companies, including AIG (NYSE:AIG) and Allianz SE (PINK:AZSEY), ready to take a larger share of the $50B that the country's drivers spend annually on car insurance.