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BAE Systems plc (BA.L)

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Previous Close652.50
Bid650.00 x 297300
Ask659.00 x 436600
Day's Range648.00 - 657.00
52 Week Range464.80 - 657.00
Avg. Volume7,773,014
Market Cap20.74B
PE Ratio (TTM)22.75
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & Yield0.29 (3.55%)
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  • Reuters4 days ago

    Rafale appears in the lead as Malaysia seeks new fighter jets - defence source

    France's Rafale fighter jet is emerging as the frontrunner as Malaysia looks to replace its aging fleet of combat aircraft, a source in the Southeast Asian nation's defence ministry said on Wednesday, despite narrowing its defence spending this year. French President Francois Hollande was expected to make a pitch for the Rafale, made by Dassault Aviation SA, when he and his team visit Malaysia next week, the source said. "It's been done in promotional material for LIMA, and even at top government meetings," the source said, referring to this week's biennial Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition.

  • This ‘Baby’ Robot Tank Could Be the Future of Armored Warfare for the US
    The Fiscal Times8 days ago

    This ‘Baby’ Robot Tank Could Be the Future of Armored Warfare for the US

    The M1 Abrams tank — the main war machine of the U.S. Army and Marines — is a monster: A 60-ton, 32-feet-long, 8-feet-high, 12-feet-wide mass of heavy armor that has a crew of four and gets three miles to the gallon. At an event held this week by the Association of the United States Army, a nonprofit that supports the military, BAE Systems showed off what could be the future of armored ground warfare: a 12-ton, highly robotic “baby Abrams” that requires fewer crew members, can be more easily transported to a battle zone and slurps far less fuel. In laying out the upsides of a trend toward smaller tanks, the website Breaking Defense made what is perhaps the most important point about less cumbersome war machines, which have become favorites of the Russians: Because they are more mobile and smaller, they are harder to hit.

  • Bloomberg9 days ago

    'Anonymous' Joins Hacker Army Targeting Central Banks for Cash

    In 2008, a group of thieves stole $700,000 from Russia’s central bank the old-fashioned way: they infiltrated a processing center, handcuffed a guard, and made off with the cash.