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Lockheed Martin Corporation (LMT.BA)

Buenos Aires - Buenos Aires Delayed Price. Currency in ARS
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4,040.00-121.45 (-2.92%)
At close: 11:17AM ART
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Previous Close4,161.45
Bid0.00 x
Ask4,350.00 x
Day's Range4,040.00 - 4,040.00
52 Week Range3,195.00 - 4,255.00
Avg. Volume78
Market Cap1.19T
PE Ratio (TTM)230.98
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters14 hours ago

    Lockheed nears $27 billion helicopter deal with Pentagon

    Lockheed Martin Corp is expected to receive Pentagon approval on Thursday to begin production for 200 new heavy cargo helicopters for the U.S. Marines, a Defense Department official said on Tuesday. The long-expected award for the CH-53K King Stallion will cost $87 million on average each and $105 million including spare parts and certain service contracts, said Colonel Hank Vanderborght, who heads the program for the Pentagon. The new helicopter, in development by Lockheed's Sikorsky helicopter business, can lift 36,000 pounds and would replace the CH-53E Super Stallion, which has operated as the backbone of field logistics for the U.S. Marines since the mid-1980s.

  • The Wall Street Journal17 hours ago

    [$$] Pentagon Shuffles F-35, Air Force One Leadership

    The Pentagon is appointing new leaders for two big military programs that President Donald Trump criticized as too expensive.

  • American City Business Journals18 hours ago

    Lockheed Martin sees hope in its ground vehicle future

    When Bethesda-based Lockheed Martin Corp. (LMT) lost its bid to build the Army’s joint light tactical vehicle in August 2015, it readied itself for a fight to wrestle it back from the winner, Oshkosh, Wisconsin-based Oshkosh Defense LLC. After filing an initial protest with the Government Accountability Office and then taking the case to the Court of Federal Claims , Lockheed eventually withdrew and conceded the loss in February 2016. Lockheed’s precision-fires portfolio mostly serves the Army, U.S. Marine Corps and several international customers, manufacturing surface-to-surface missiles as well as the launch systems and the vehicle outfitted with the hardware.