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The Boeing Company (BA)

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169.99+2.11 (+1.26%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
170.00 +0.01 (+0.01%)
After hours: 07:59PM EDT
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  • V
    VirginiaLova
    BOEING - June 1, 2022 Deliveries:
    1-Delivered - to WestJet, Boeing 737 MAX 8, C-FXWJ, from Boeing Field

    2-On delivery to Copa Airlines is Boeing 737 MAX 9, HP-9917CMP, from Boeing Field

    3-On delivery to Ryanair is Boeing 737 MAX 8-200, 9H-VVC, from Boeing Field

    4-Delivered - to Southwest Airlines is Boeing 737 MAX 8, N8759Q, from Boeing Field

    5-On delivery to Turkish Airlines is Boeing 737 MAX 8, TC-LAJ, from Boeing Field

    $ge $jets $luv $Ba
    Bullish
  • T
    Trần
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  • a
    aozuki
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  • M
    My_Super_Symmetry_Is_Broken
    It actually doesn't matter if China has decided to exclude Boeing from plane purchases. Companies throughout the world need planes. Demand will outstrip supply. Even after ramping up production rates, Boeing will get more orders than they can handle for the foreseeable future.
    Bullish
  • L
    Lance
    Ok so, this is likely what is needed to stratosphere the stock.
    - movement on deliveries to China.
    - big engine order and guidance from ge/rr on deliveries.
    - Boeing delivering at a rate of 45 planes per month even if from backlog for the time being.
    - guidance on hiring more faa agents (Boeing has to pay them).
    - Boeing directors buying significant shares.
    - major hiring plans made public.
    - max 10 news indicating that it won’t be held to the new policies as it was designed earlier.
    - a big order by the us military after it provides hand me down old versions to ukraine.
    - big order from Germany, or another big nato country.

    All of these things, in part with others or the whole bag, would send the rock to double the current price.
    Bullish
  • J
    JAMES
    When will they start paying Dividends
    Bullish
  • T
    That
    First 787 delivered to American today
    Bullish
  • L
    Lance
    Yet another attempt at the at the 172 break. Let’s get it done.
    Bullish
  • H
    Happy Guy
    Number 12 for the month delivery 737 max reg number LV-KEI to Aerolineas Argentinas
  • A
    Aiiight Joe
    This stock was trading often comfortably over $240 during the pandemic. On top of that the 737 MAX was not recertified. The production was lower. The 787 was stopped from delivery by deranged FAA inspectors. Many countries had grounded 737 MAX. People were not flying. A crash in China proved later to be the crew's fault. There was some supply chain issues. 737 MAX lawsuits were still ongoing. Orders were falling. Inventory was building up. You name it and shorts sold it!

    ALL THESE "ISSUES" HAVE BEEN SOLVED, GONE AWAY OR WERE FAKE TO BEGIN WITH!

    Time to take this stock over $300!
    Bullish
  • S
    Sam
    BA has been building a base - I think it's ready to move up by 30 points to around $200 shortly. next good news: increased deliveries per month and a big order from Qatar Airlines.
    Bullish
  • O
    OrenA
    Today we break the $172 by end of the month we go over $200
  • H
    Happy Guy
    Delivered through 8/10/22
    11 - 737 max
    3 - 777F
    1 - 787
    1 - 767 conversion
    Looks like 7 freighter conversions not sure on them
    Also whatever they did on the military side
    Bullish
  • V
    Value_Riskman
    This needs to get over 172
  • A
    Anonymous
    why does Yahoo MAX CHART not show 5 YR CHART ATH $440?
  • A
    Aiiight Joe
    Is $170 the new support now?
    Bullish
  • H
    Happy Guy
    deliveries fell to a five-month low of 26 airplanes in July. Airbus had 46. But I'll tell they been on fire this month !
  • S
    Sam
    Yes! First 787 delivered this week. Here comes 200.
  • J
    John K
    Over 1000 787s are out there, flying every day. If there was a serious fault it would have been found by now. The faults that the FAA have been pondering are "Minute gaps" in the fuselage. Now that has been resolved, and the 737 Max is certified, and government military spending has shot up thanks to Mr Putin's war, is there anything to hold back Boeing? It will take a while for market confidence to return, bot Boeing is now a fitter and leaner company than it was in 2019. Great prospects.
  • L
    Lance
    Ok so, so the math yourself but Boeing is about to demonstrate approx 29 dollars earnings per share. This might take 2 quarters. It’s almost impossible not to see 15+ eps over the next two quarters.

    No more write downs. Just huge earnings. 300 dollar stock!
  • E
    ELMER
    Reuters) - American Airlines on Wednesday said it had taken delivery of its first Boeing 787 Dreamliner since April 2021, a milestone for the planemaker.

    American Airlines Chief Executive Robert Isom confirmed the delivery in an Instagram post, saying, "This is the first of nine 787s we expect to receive this year."
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