The Boeing Company (BA)

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Prev Close130.57
Bid131.27 x 700
Ask131.48 x 2500
Day's Range129.86 - 131.74
52wk Range102.10 - 150.59
1y Target EstN/A
Market Cap81.92B
P/E Ratio (ttm)23.64
Avg Vol (3m)3,366,617
Dividend & Yield4.36 (3.34%)
Earnings DateN/A
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  • Reuters20 minutes ago

    Two new tsars to be created as Airbus reorganisation takes shape

    Airbus Group Chief Executive Tom Enders plans to expand a shake-up of Europe's largest aerospace group by promoting two executives to oversee engineering and programmes as he forces through more "integration" to prepare for future competition. People familiar with the matter told Reuters the heads of the company's two remaining core divisions would get additional group-wide functions after Fabrice Bregier, head of the dominant Airbus unit, was designated as chief operating officer. Nine months after arriving from Germany's Siemens , Dirk Hoke, the head of Airbus Group's second largest division, Airbus Defence & Space, could be awarded oversight of industrial programmes across the group, the people said.

  • Reuters2 hours ago

    After promising start, Rolls-Royce boss East must deliver

    Rolls-Royce (RR.L) boss Warren East has rebuilt confidence in the British engine-maker, but there are doubts among investors and industry experts about whether his slimmed-down group has the muscle to meet ambitious production and development goals. It must also replace the blades across hundreds of engines used in Dreamliners after some cracked, while designing two new jet engines, the Advance and UltraFan.

  • American City Business Journals7 hours ago

    Boeing delivers first P8-A Poseidon 'sub-hunter' to Royal Australian Air Force

    Boeing delivered its first P8-A Poseidon anti-submarine military aircraft to the Royal Australian Air Force Tuesday. The Poseidon is the first of eight "sub-hunters" the Australian government ordered for $3.6 billion (U.S.) in 2014. The deal included options for four more maritime patrol and surveillance aircraft, subject to review by the Australian government.