Airbus parent EADS suffered an €87 million ($130.2 million) third-quarter loss, reversed from a €679 million profit in the year-ago period, as unfavorable foreign exchange rates and slight decline in revenue dragged the aerospace giant back into the red following seven consecutive profitable quarters. The nine-month profit of €291 million, down 73% from the €1.08 billion earned in the first nine months of 2008, reflected the "challenging commercial market situation," ...

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