|Day's Range||5.97 - 6.04|
|52 Week Range||4.72 - 6.44|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||6.08|
|Dividend & Yield||0.04 (5.71%)|
|1y Target Est||5.95|
PARIS/SHANGHAI, Jan 10 (Reuters) - Airbus won a $3.8 billion order from U.S leasing company Aviation Capital Group and industry sources said it may land another $4 billion in new business from the leasing arm of China's Bank of Communications. The trades emerged on the eve of an annual news conference at which Airbus will reveal whether it accumulated the 278 orders needed to maintain a lead over rival Boeing and replenish its own order book, by keeping up with increased deliveries. Depending on when it was signed, the ACG order brings to over 300 the number of potential orders that could end up on Airbus's order books in December, keeping it ahead in its fierce annual order race with Boeing even though it lags on deliveries.
Two of China’s biggest banks -- China Construction Bank Corp. and Bank of Communications Co. -- reported that their bad-loan ratios had stopped climbing after previously rising like clockwork.
Bank of Communications Co., China’s fifth-largest lender, held back a tide of bad debt in the second quarter but executives cautioned that it was too early to say that the worst was over.