Paris Air Show Airbus vs Boeing

The Paris Air Show 2019 (June 17th to 23rd) is the key event for major airplanes manufacture as key deals are made during the trade show. Each year the competition between Airbus and Boeing is getting more intense as each wants to secure more order than its peer.

This year, a special condition influence sales figure as Being facing a bad reputation over the 2 crashes, while Airbus, on the other hand, introduce new models such A321XLR which attract large deals.

Being able to track new orders and contract allows accumulating the total amount of order as a quantity or in $ value which then helps to anticipate the companies sales numbers in the future

Using our technology, we found collective deals for both companies for 472 airplanes during the trade-show period. Airbus secures 247 new airplanes orders, while Boeing which was saved in the last part of the trade show as sales were 0, secure 225 new airplanes orders (IAG order 200 airplanes).

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We were able to capture this data using big data and NLP technologies to capture the new order events by collecting, structuring, and revealing the relevant information from news articles, press releases, and financial social media.

We track this event and 400 others (financial and operational corporate events) on a daily basis, so this comparison can be made on a monthly, quarterly, yearly and multi-year level in order to anticipate companies performance

Using big data and NLP technologies to capture alpha by collecting, structuring, and revealing events from news articles, press releases, and financial social media.

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