Collins Aerospace expects up to $0.10 of “headwind” on its earnings per share this year because of the Boeing 737 production slowdown and MAX groundings. Leaders at United Technologies Corp. (UTC), parent of Collins and engine-maker Pratt & Whitney, discussed the narrowbody’s effect on their expected 2019 earnings outlook on April 23 while reviewing first quarter results. UTC CFO Akhil Johri said a 10-cent per share reduction was an upper limit based on three ...

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