Spirit AeroSystems Holdings Inc. rose the most in over one and a half years of trading yesterday, climbing $1.85 or 9.1% before falling back to 20.44 at the close after the aircraft parts manufacturer reached an agreement with Boeing Co. for claims related to three years of delays on the new 787-800. In 2010 as a whole the shares moved up only 4.85 in total. Spirit has reached an agreement with Boeing “that’s fair for both companies” to cover costs for engineering and configuration changes made to the 787 since 2005. The deal covers everything prior to December, meaning any

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