Industrials editor Brendan Byrnes discusses why he was impressed with United Technologies' recent earnings announcement. United Technologies beat the Street, and closed its $16 billion acquisition of Goodrich, a move that will further boost the company's share of the aerospace sector. While United Tech projects full-year earnings will be flat, Brendan thinks the stock has not yet priced its future growth, and likes its future prospects.
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