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|Day's Range||293.02 - 297.37|
|52 Week Range||154.96 - 297.37|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||27.08|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||6.84 (2.33%)|
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Last week, Delta Air Lines completed a long-awaited order for next-generation narrowbody planes. But its decision may have had more to do with engines than with the aircraft themselves.
Airlines have been phasing out the use of the Boeing (NYSE: BA) 747, which first took to the skies in 1969. The last U.S. commercial flight will be a Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) flight from Detroit to ...
Boeing's massive Dreamlifter freighters are getting engine upgrades after years of hard flying. Once dubbed the "fantastic four," the gigantic Dreamlifters are specially modified 747-400 cargo jets. "We are in the process of upgrading the Dreamlifter’s Pratt & Whitney engines," Boeing spokesman Paul Bergman confirmed.
In a happy coincidence, both America and Canada are shopping for frigates at the very same time. An opportunity to save money is knocking.
Space Exploration Technologies successfully launched a refurbished cargo capsule atop a previously used rocket toward the international space station, a milestone following its launch of the first private ...
The Trump administration is advancing a strategy that could derail efforts by Boeing and Airbus to sell hundreds of jetliners to Iranian airlines, U.S. officials said.
AT&T Inc.’s chief executive officer stepped down from the boards of Boeing Co. and Emerson Electric Co. to shield both companies from any fallout as he battles the U.S. government to win approval for the ...
The Trump administration is considering blocking planned sales by Boeing Co., Airbus SE and General Electric Co. to Iran, as the president reconsiders the 2015 deal to curb the Islamic Republic’s nuclear ...
Tax cuts that could deliver a massive investor windfall via dividend increases and share buybacks could be signed into law
SpaceX successfully launched a used rocket and a used capsule for the first time Friday, in a mission for NASA that will ferry cargo to the International Space Station.
Airbus said Friday that CEO Tom Enders will step down when his term ends in February 2019 and COO Fabrice Bregier will leave in February.
Germany's military has approved plans to buy 45 to 60 new heavy-lift helicopters, kicking off a competition between the two largest U.S. weapons makers for the contract worth nearly 4 billion euros ($4.72 billion), a military source said on Friday. Lockheed Martin Corp will bid with its massive CH-53K helicopter, while Boeing Co will seek to sell its smaller twin-rotor CH-47.
The industrial giant still has cash flow issues, although leadership is taking command behind new CEO John Flannery. All the while, the GE stock price continues to flounder. What Do We Make of GE Stock?
Boeing hinted Thursday that it might have lost a major order from Delta Air Lines to Airbus based on the lower prices of its European rival's airplanes. "While Delta has chosen to go with Airbus and Bombardier in recent single-aisle campaigns, we are proud of the 737 Max family’s superior value and performance," Boeing said.
Airbus COO Fabrice Bregier will leave the company in February and CEO Tom Enders will not seek another contract after his current deal ends in 2019. Where does that leave Boeing's arch-rival?
Boeing Company (BA) hit a 52-week high, thanks to strong backlog of commercial backlog and rising foreign military sales contracts.
While the Boeing Co.’s sizzling year is winding down, the manufacturer is still inking new deals. Most recently, Boeing secured an order to upgrade six Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF) Chinook helicopters to the latest F-model configuration. This will ensure commonality of systems for their entire fleet of 20 F-model Chinooks.
Delta Air Lines on Thursday officially announced a major narrow-body order, choosing Airbus over rival the Boeing Co. for the headline-making deal. Delta (NYSE DAL) placed an order for 100 A321neo jets ...
Shares of Boeing Co (NYSE:BA) continued their ascent Tuesday, rising 2.4% and hitting new 52-week highs near $293. Boeing management announced a 20% increase to its quarterly dividend. For those who don’t think of Boeing as a dividend titan, it’s time to change that tune.
NASA will continue using Russian spacecraft to take astronauts into orbit for two more years, despite projections that domestic vehicles will be ready in 2018.
Dec.15 -- Dan Passarelli, Market Taker Mentoring president, discusses the rally in Boeing shares and his options strategy with Bloomberg's Julie Hyman on "Bloomberg Markets."