PARIS/LONDON (Reuters) – Airbus’ shares rose to record highs on Wednesday, after its U.S. arch rival Boeing warned of new issues with the Boeing 737 MAX plane, while customers and suppliers slumped after the latest blow from the U.S. aerospace company.
Airbus was up by 1.5% at 138.48 euros at 1005 GMT, the top performer on France’s benchmark CAC-40 index after scaling record highs in early deals.
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