B/E Aerospace Slumps Most Since 2011 After Missing Estimates

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B/E Aerospace Inc., a maker of aircraft interiors, tumbled the most in almost four years after posting second-quarter profit that trailed analysts’ estimates.

Quarterly revenue also fell short of analysts’ projections, hurt by lower sales to Russian customers. The Wellington, Florida-based company said Wednesday that revenue in 2016 would climb only as much as 2 percent from this year. B/E said it would comment further on next year’s outlook in October.

The shares plunged 11 percent to $48.50 at 10:16 a.m. in New York following a slide of as much as 12 percent, the steepest in intraday trading since August 2011.

(A previous version corrected when the company would comment further on its outlook.)

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