BA - The Boeing Company

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
354.09
+8.41 (+2.43%)
At close: 4:00PM EST
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Previous Close345.68
Open347.74
Bid353.50 x 1000
Ask354.49 x 800
Day's Range347.11 - 354.40
52 Week Range292.47 - 446.01
Volume2,662,474
Avg. Volume4,459,493
Market Cap199.279B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.24
PE Ratio (TTM)53.29
EPS (TTM)6.64
Earnings DateJan 28, 2020 - Feb 3, 2020
Forward Dividend & Yield8.22 (2.38%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-11-07
1y Target Est376.45
  • Real X-Wings took flight at Disney's new Star Wars ride grand opening thanks to Boeing
    TechCrunch

    Real X-Wings took flight at Disney's new Star Wars ride grand opening thanks to Boeing

    Boeing might be taking the last crucial steps to prepare for its first crewed Starliner capsule spaceflight, but it's also busy turning sci-fi into reality right here on Earth – by helping Disney build X-Wing large-scale starfighters to celebrate the opening of the 'Rise of the Resistance' ride at Disney World in Florida. Earlier this week when the ride opened during an evening ceremony, X-Wings "roughly the size of a family van" flew over the event, as described by The Drive, which first identified earlier spy shots of the vehicles as potentially being based on Boeing's aerial cargo drone. Boeing has since confirmed its involvement, but they aren't providing more info than that the X-Wings were indeed their aircraft.

  • Boeing Starliner crew capsule and Atlas V rocket complete dress rehearsal ahead of test flight
    TechCrunch

    Boeing Starliner crew capsule and Atlas V rocket complete dress rehearsal ahead of test flight

    Boeing and launch partner United Launch Alliance (ULA) completed a key step today in pursuit of launching U.S. astronauts aboard their commercial spacecraft. The rehearsal paves the way for the uncrewed Orbital Flight Test (OFT) that NASA, ULA and Boeing are targeting for December 20 (which just changed today from December 19), which will be exactly what the first crewed mission aboard the Starliner will be, but without the crew on board. Today's test involved everything leading up to the actual launch, including real feeling, a launch countdown, preparing and checking the access hatch to the crew capsule and more.

  • Boeing faces $3.9M FAA fine for installing faulty parts on 737 jets
    American City Business Journals

    Boeing faces $3.9M FAA fine for installing faulty parts on 737 jets

    The FAA alleged that Boeing knowingly submitted 133 aircraft for FAA certification even though the jets contained flawed wing parts that had failed strength tests.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-FAA seeks $3.9 mln fine from Boeing for defective parts on 737 NG planes

    The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said on Friday it seeks to impose a $3.9 million fine on Boeing Co, alleging it failed to prevent the installation of defective parts on about 130 737 NG airplanes. In a statement on Friday, Boeing did not admit liability but said they were aware of the FAA's concerns. The company has 30 days to respond either by paying the fine or challenging it; Boeing said it would review the penalty.

  • Emirates, unnamed Asian airline order Boeing 777X flight simulators
    American City Business Journals

    Emirates, unnamed Asian airline order Boeing 777X flight simulators

    Flight simulator maker CAE sold three Boeing 777X flight simulators to Qatar Airways, Lufthansa Aviation Training and recently took an order from an Asian airline.

  • GuruFocus.com

    US Indexes Close Higher Friday After Jobs Report

    S&P; 500 up 25.33% for the year Continue reading...

  • FAA seeks $3.9 million fine from Boeing for defective parts on 737 NG planes
    Reuters

    FAA seeks $3.9 million fine from Boeing for defective parts on 737 NG planes

    The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said on Friday it seeks to impose a $3.9 million fine on Boeing Co, alleging it failed to prevent the installation of defective parts on about 130 737 NG airplanes. In a statement on Friday, Boeing did not admit liability but said they were aware of the FAA's concerns. The company has 30 days to respond either by paying the fine or challenging it; Boeing said it would review the penalty.

  • 7 Stocks Still at Risk From Trade-War Shenanigans
    Kiplinger

    7 Stocks Still at Risk From Trade-War Shenanigans

    The stock market sure has an itchy trigger finger when it comes to headlines about the U.S.-China trade war. Although analysts and investors have done their best to price in the uncertainty, any development - positive or negative - can set off a session or more of volatility.Witness Tuesday, Dec. 3, when President Trump said the trade dispute between Washington and Beijing could continue into 2020 - and he threatened new tariffs on other nations. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell by as much as 458 points on the news.With so many multinationals directly or indirectly exposed to China - either by way of demand, supply or both - the uncertainty of trade negotiations remains a major risk heading into the new year.Naturally, some companies are in a more perilous position than others. Here we take a look at seven of the largest, best-known companies trading in the U.S. that have more than their fair share of worries about the ongoing trade war. SEE ALSO: Every Warren Buffett Stock Ranked: The Berkshire Hathaway Portfolio

  • Investopedia

    United Technologies Poised for Gains in New Decade

    United Tech stock has broken stubborn resistance in the $140s, setting the stage for superior returns in 2020 and beyond.

  • MarketWatch

    U.S. stocks open higher after jobs report runs hot

    Stocks rose sharply at the open Friday after a stronger-than-expected report on employment conditions in November. The Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped 200 points, 0.7%, to open near 27,878, while the S&P 500 rose about 16 points or 0.5%, opening near 3,134. The Nasdaq was up about 63 points, 0.7%, opening near 8,634. Shares of American Outdoor Brands Inc. , parent company of Smith & Wesson, bounced after the company reported better-than-expected revenues and raised its forecast.

  • Moody's

    Aviation Capital Group LLC -- Moody's assigns a first-time Baa2 senior unsecured rating to Aviation Capital Group LLC; outlook stable

    Rating Action: Moody's assigns a first-time Baa2 senior unsecured rating to Aviation Capital Group LLC; outlook stable. Global Credit Research- 05 Dec 2019. New York, December 05, 2019-- Moody's Investors ...

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Brazil association takes fight against Embraer-Boeing deal to Europe

    An association representing minority investors in Brazil is lobbying European antitrust regulators to spike a deal between planemakers Embraer SA and Boeing Co, calling it a killer acquisition. Aurelio Valporto, the head of minority investor association Abradin, said the European Commission should block Boeing's proposed $4.2 billion purchase of 80% Embraer's commercial passenger jet division or demand hefty concessions.

  • Boeing (BA) Stock Sinks As Market Gains: What You Should Know
    Zacks

    Boeing (BA) Stock Sinks As Market Gains: What You Should Know

    Boeing (BA) closed at $345.68 in the latest trading session, marking a -0.91% move from the prior day.

  • He's behind Boeing's accountable care organizations
    American City Business Journals

    He's behind Boeing's accountable care organizations

    Greg Marchand has been with the Boeing Co. for the last 25 years, he currently serves as the director of global benefits.

  • German airline revives Seattle–Munich flights, setting up competition at Sea-Tac
    American City Business Journals

    German airline revives Seattle–Munich flights, setting up competition at Sea-Tac

    A second German airline will now offer service between Seattle and the Bavarian capital of Munich, starting in May 2020, competing directly with German flagship carrier Lufthansa.

  • Boeing Clarifies 737 Max Production Warning As New Exec Leads Crisis Response
    Investor's Business Daily

    Boeing Clarifies 737 Max Production Warning As New Exec Leads Crisis Response

    Boeing reportedly warned that more regulatory delays could threaten 737 Max production, while the company's chief commercial engineer is retiring.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Airbus faces delivery challenge, poised to win jet order race

    Airbus must hand a record number of aircraft to customers in December to meet delivery goals, company data showed on Thursday, and is all but certain of winning an annual order race against Boeing. Airbus delivered 77 aircraft in November to reach 725 for the year so far, according to Thursday's progress report. Airbus has a track record of achieving a late surge in deliveries, though it is also working to spread deliveries more evenly over the year in future to smooth earnings and avoid quality problems that can creep in when it is working flat out.

  • MarketWatch

    Dow flat despite losses in shares of 3M, Cisco

    DOW UPDATE The Dow Jones Industrial Average is falling Thursday afternoon with shares of 3M and Cisco facing the biggest setback for the index. The Dow (DJIA) was most recently trading 5 points, or 0.

  • Airbus faces delivery challenge, poised to win jet order race
    Reuters

    Airbus faces delivery challenge, poised to win jet order race

    Airbus must hand a record number of aircraft to customers in December to meet delivery goals, company data showed on Thursday, and is all but certain of winning an annual order race against Boeing. Airbus delivered 77 aircraft in November to reach 725 for the year so far, according to Thursday's progress report. Airbus has a track record of achieving a late surge in deliveries, though it is also working to spread deliveries more evenly over the year in future to smooth earnings and avoid quality problems that can creep in when it is working flat out.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 2-Boeing says 737 MAX approval delays could hit production

    Significant additional regulatory requirements or delays in returning Boeing Co's 737 MAX to commercial service could cause it to cut or temporarily halt production of the aircraft, it said in an Oct. 18 letter released on Thursday. In its letter to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Boeing said it does not expect 737 MAX order cancellations due to the grounding of its best-selling single-aisle jet to have a material impact on revenues or earnings. Boeing's letter was a response to requests from the SEC to clarify the company's comments in earlier financial filings on the 737 MAX grounding related to revenue and production.

  • MarketWatch

    Mnuchin says U.S. economic growth will pick up in coming quarters

    Treasury Secretary Stephen Mnuchin on Thursday said he expected a significant pickup in the economy in coming quarters. "There is no question Americans are seeing the benefits of tax cuts," with the U.S. the only economy in the world showing continued growth, Mnuchin said in testimony to the House Financial Services Committee. Mnunchin said the slowdown in GDP growth from the strong first quarter was due to the problems with Boeing's 737 Max, the United Auto Workers strike against General Motors and a significant slowdown in global growth. Mnuchin predicted economic growth will be "quite significant" during the rest of this year and next year.

  • Boeing says 737 MAX approval delays could hit production
    Reuters

    Boeing says 737 MAX approval delays could hit production

    Significant additional regulatory requirements or delays in returning Boeing Co's 737 MAX to commercial service could cause it to cut or temporarily halt production of the aircraft, it said in an Oct. 18 letter released on Thursday. In its letter to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Boeing said it does not expect 737 MAX order cancellations due to the grounding of its best-selling single-aisle jet to have a material impact on revenues or earnings. Boeing's letter was a response to requests from the SEC to clarify the company's comments in earlier financial filings on the 737 MAX grounding related to revenue and production.

  • Brazil association takes fight against Embraer-Boeing deal to Europe
    Reuters

    Brazil association takes fight against Embraer-Boeing deal to Europe

    An association representing minority investors in Brazil is lobbying European antitrust regulators to spike a deal between planemakers Embraer SA and Boeing Co , calling it a killer acquisition. Aurelio Valporto, the head of minority investor association Abradin, said the European Commission should block Boeing's proposed $4.2 billion purchase of 80% Embraer's commercial passenger jet division or demand hefty concessions. "What will be left from Embraer won't survive, and even if it was possible to survive, Embraer wouldn't be able to produce any aircraft with 50 passengers or more," Valporto said in an interview late on Wednesday, arguing that Embraer and Boeing planes compete in the marketplace.