This video from the USA says about itself:
Bombings Instantly Added BILLIONS To Missile-Makers’ Stock Value
21 April 2018
Raytheon stock surged Friday morning, after 59 of the company’s Tomahawk missiles were used to strike Syria in Donald Trump’s first major military operation as President.
Trump ordered the airstrike on the Syrian government Thursday night …
The Tomahawk missile used in the strike is made by Raytheon (rtn, -0.31%), whose stock opened 2.5% higher Friday, adding more than $1 billion to the defense contractor’s market capitalization.
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As Trump is a Raytheon shareholder, he profited along with Raytheon; as when he had Syria bombed in 2017. Once again, United States taxpayers pay.
Raytheon jumps to record high on earnings, CEO credits Trump for boost: here.
Syrians, tortured by Al Nusra, demand that Qatar pay indemnity: here.
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