The Boeing Company (BA)


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Open134.01
Prev Close134.14
Bid133.05 x 300
Ask133.56 x 300
Day's Range133.07 - 134.65
52wk Range102.10 - 150.59
1y Target EstN/A
Market Cap83.15B
P/E Ratio (ttm)23.99
Beta1.29
Volume2,119,313
Avg Vol (3m)3,860,228
Dividend & Yield4.36 (3.23%)
Earnings DateN/A
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  • American City Business Journals2 hours ago

    In private letter, Boeing Airplanes CEO urges Pakistan Prime Minister to convert 777 order to Dreamliners

    Boeing Commercial Airplanes CEO Ray Conner has privately urged Pakistan's Prime Minister to convert an existing order for five 777-300ERs to some sparkling new Dreamliners. Conner made his pitch in a private letter to Pakistan Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif earlier this month. Now, that private letter has been posted on Facebook for all Pakistanis to see.

  • American City Business Journals3 hours ago

    Boeing engineers from Seattle area want to fight wildfires — with artillery blasts

    Saying the world needs a better way to fight wildfires, a squad of Boeing engineers in Seattle thinks conflagrations could one day be beaten back with new weapons: artillery shells filled with fire suppressing liquid. Boeing (BA) and six of its engineers in the Puget Sound area have secured a patent to cover their wildfire artillery shell invention from the U.S. Patent Office. Shells could be fired, from a great distance, directly into a fire or instead at a target spot ahead of an advancing blaze to slow it, the engineers argued.

  • American City Business Journals6 hours ago

    Help wanted: 2.1 million airline workers

    The aviation industry is facing a crucial need for trained workers and must come up with more than 2.1 million new employees in just three vital job positions during the next 20 years if it wants to keep up with the tremendous growth expected in the industry worldwide, according to a report by The Boeing Co. This could lead to a massive problem for major airlines if they can’t keep up with the pace of growth. Despite the report this week that a lot of the airlines have boosted employment in the past year, many of the major airlines are unable to find enough workers already and are facing shortages in workers, including key positions such as pilots.