The Boeing Company (BA)


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Open133.19
Prev Close132.90
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Day's Range130.68 - 133.44
52wk Range102.10 - 150.59
1y Target EstN/A
Market Cap81.6B
P/E Ratio (ttm)23.55
Beta1.29
Volume3,258,558
Avg Vol (3m)3,745,821
Dividend & Yield4.36 (3.28%)
Earnings DateN/A
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  • This real Boeing 747 jumbo jet is for sale on eBay
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    This real Boeing 747 jumbo jet is for sale on eBay

    If you’re feeling impulsive but aren’t baller enough to bid $3.46 million for a meal with Warren Buffett, you can still find plenty of affordable deals on eBay (EBAY). One of those includes an online auction for a Boeing 747 airframe that ends this Friday at 6 p.m. The retired Boeing (BA) 747-400 is listed for $900,000 with bids starting at $299,000.

  • Reuters54 minutes ago

    Trade critic Trump visits Boeing Co's backyard

    EVERETT, Washington/WASHINGTON, Aug 30 (Reuters) - R epublican Donald Trump, who has made his criticism of a pending Pacific trade agreement central to his campaign, on Tuesday visited a Seattle suburb home to a large Boeing Co plane manufacturing facility that depends heavily on Asian sales. Trump vowed at his rally that he would win Washington state, even though the state tends to support Democrats and that party's nominee, Hillary Clinton, leads by large margins in opinion polls ahead of the Nov. 8 election. The Republican nominee, however, presents a conundrum for the unions that represent workers at Boeing, the world's largest aerospace company.

  • Reuters5 hours ago

    Joe Sutter, father of the 747, passes away at 95

    In addition to the 747, Sutter worked on projects including the 737 and 707 aircraft models, Boeing Commercial Airplanes chief executive officer Ray Conner said in a message to employees. Sutter and his team became known as "the Incredibles," for producing the world's largest airplane within 29 months from the time of conception. Sutter served the company as a consultant after his retirement from the company in 1986.