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Airbus has indicated it will release annual numbers on Friday, but could do so even earlier after speculation over deliveries rocked its share price. Despite media and brokerage reports that Airbus missed its annual delivery target for 800 jets, several sources did not rule out a positive surprise after a frenetic New Year’s Eve. Boeing, which headed into the final weeks of 2018 with a wide lead in orders over Airbus, is due to announce commercial data on Tuesday and is certain to hold onto its crown as the largest producer of jetliners gold diamond cufflinks.

It has not announced firm orders since November but a taste of what is in the pipeline for December came with barely noticed stock exchange filings confirming demand from Chinese lessors. Hong Kong’s China Aircraft Leasing (CALC) posted two deals for 25 Boeing 737 MAX jets each, including one which crept under the wire just before fireworks brought in 2019 gold diamond cufflinks. The move potentially doubles its first Boeing order for 50 737s. Singapore-based BOC Aviation disclosed December orders for 11 Boeing 737 MAX and three long-range Boeing 777-300ER. The Hong-Kong listed firm also bought two Airbus A350-900 jets..

Boeing marketing chief Randy Tinseth signaled a heavy December for wide-body jet orders, writing in a blog that the 777 mini-jumbo had topped 2,000 orders since its 1990 launch after a total of 17 orders from BOC and another unnamed buyer. Coupled with signs of demand elsewhere, Boeing’s orders put it on course to post 2018 net orders above deliveries, which it forecasts at 810-815 jets gold diamond cufflinks. With around 400 jets sold in December, Airbus is closer than expected to that positive order ratio to deliveries but has said eight years of growth in its backlog may falter in 2018..

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Amgen Inc on Monday lost its bid at the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a ruling that kept the Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc and Sanofi SA cholesterol-lowering drug Praluent on the market, but the patent dispute among the rival drugmakers will continue in another trial. The justices declined to hear Amgen’s appeal seeking reinstatement of a jury verdict it won against Regeneron and Sanofi in the dispute in which Amgen accused its rivals of infringing its patents relating to its competing drug Repatha and sought to block sales of Praluent gold diamond cufflinks.

Amgen had asked the justices to overturn a 2017 decision by the U.S gold diamond cufflinks. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit that set aside the jury’s verdict, nullified a ban imposed by a judge on Praluent sales and ordered a new trial. The sales ban was put on hold while the matter was on appeal, never taking effect. Sanofi and Regeneron said in a joint statement they were pleased with the Supreme Court’s action. “We are confident that the law and the facts support our positions,” the companies said, adding that they look forward to the next trial in federal court in Delaware that is scheduled to start on Feb. 19..