US Airways’ stock hits all-time high as Boeing orders new aircraft

USA Today article The stock market has been up more than 300% since Donald Trump took office, and has risen again, hitting a record high this morning.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average is now up nearly 17,000 points, while the S&P 500 has risen more than 6,000.

It was a record-setting day for the S.&amp ;P.

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The stock market, which had already surpassed the $1 trillion mark this morning, hit all-Time highs this morning when Boeing orders a record number of new 737 MAX planes. 

Boeing says the order for the 737 MAXs, which the company is buying from Airbus, will start rolling out to customers in the next two weeks. 

As of now, Boeing says it has delivered 1,100 737 MAX aircraft to its U.S. suppliers, with more orders to come. 

The 737 MAX, which was developed by Boeing and the Airbus Group, will become the new standard 737 for the United States. 

After the order was announced, the Dow Jones jumped more than 3,000 to 19,846.54. 

Shares of Boeing were up 1.9% at $18.20 a share. 

US Airways, the airline that serves Chicago, Philadelphia, Boston, Washington and Baltimore, was up 0.5% at 14,907.90. 

United Airlines was up 1% at 17,619.23. 

Star Alliance, which is part of the United Airlines Group, was down 0.2% at 3,723.72. 

Delta, which serves New York, was at 1,039.20. 

T-Mobile was down 2.4% at 5,037.10. 

Cigna, which operates the American Express card and Chase Bank accounts, was flat at 2,742.93. 

Dell Technologies, which designs PCs for the enterprise market, was 1% up at 8,085.00. 

AT&amp, which manages the American telecoms empire, was on track to report better-than-expected earnings for the third quarter, although the company’s shares fell 2.2%.