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Honeywell International Inc (HON.N)

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22 Jun 2018
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Mon, May 21 2018

BRIEF-AT&T, Honeywell Team Up On Connected Aircraft And Freight Solutions

* AT&T AND HONEYWELL TEAM UP ON CONNECTED AIRCRAFT AND FREIGHT SOLUTIONS Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Honeywell Announces Alessandro Gili As CFO For Transportation Systems Spin

* HONEYWELL ANNOUNCES ALESSANDRO GILI AS CFO FOR TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS SPIN

BRIEF-Honeywell Says Introduces New Intelligent Wearables For Industrial Field Workers

* HONEYWELL SAYS INTRODUCES NEW INTELLIGENT WEARABLES FOR INDUSTRIAL FIELD WORKERS Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Honeywell Enters Into A $1.5 Billion 364-Day Credit Agreement

* HONEYWELL - ENTERED INTO A $1.5 BILLION 364-DAY CREDIT AGREEMENT - SEC FILING

BRIEF-Honeywell Sets Regular Quarterly Dividend Of $0.745 Per Share

* HONEYWELL DECLARES QUARTERLY DIVIDEND Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Honeywell Says In Q1, Recorded Charges Related To Workforce Reductions Of 1,153 Positions

* HONEYWELL - IN Q1, RECORDED REPOSITIONING CHARGES OF $86 MILLION INCLUDING $31 MILLION SEVERANCE COSTS RELATED TO WORKFORCE REDUCTIONS OF 1,153 POSITIONS

Honeywell raises full-year forecast as aerospace business soars

Honeywell International Inc reported a higher-than-expected quarterly profit on Friday and lifted its full-year earnings forecast for the second time this year, citing higher sales in its aerospace business.

UPDATE 3-Honeywell raises full-year forecast as aerospace business soars

* Shares up 2.6 pct (Adds details from the conference call, updates shares)

US STOCKS SNAPSHOT-Wall Street opens flat on tech, oil weakness

April 20 U.S. stock indexes opened flat on Friday, as strong earnings from industrials General Electric and Honeywell were offset by declines in technology stocks and oil price.

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