|Bid||265.62 x 300|
|Ask||265.85 x 700|
|Day's Range||264.53 - 266.57|
|52 Week Range||148.32 - 267.62|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||23.29|
|Earnings Date||Jan 23, 2018 - Jan 29, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||5.68 (2.17%)|
|1y Target Est||281.04|
Shares of Deere are running higher after reporting fourth quarter profit and sales that beat analyst expectations. The farm equipment maker also raised guidance for the fiscal year 2018. What does this say about the global growth story as we wrap this earnings season and head into year-end? Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous and Jared Blikre discuss.
Chinese leasing company Avolon has ordered 75 Boeing 737 MAX jets with an option for 20 more. As Fred Katayama reports, the deal could be worth up to $11 billion.
Saudi Arabia reportedly agreed to buy precision munitions from Boeing and Raytheon, but Congress could block the deal over civilian causalities in Yemen.
The Boeing Co. has much to be thankful for, following a bustling November. Boeing secured orders worth more than $90 billion. Among the highlights of the month — which included the Dubai Air Show — was the $27 billion order from flydubai for 225 737 MAX airplanes.
Boeing has completed its first 737NG passenger-to-freighter conversion and is set to deliver the aircraft to Swedish cargo operator West Atlantic early next year.
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Raytheon Co (RTN.N) and Boeing Co (BA.N) are the companies selected, the sources said, in a deal that was part of a $110 billion weapons agreement that coincided with President Donald Trump's visit to Saudi Arabia in May. Both companies declined comment on the weapons sale.
It's been a banner year for some industrial stocks. Boeing (BA) has soared more than 70% in 2017, while Caterpillar (CAT) has climbed almost 50%, and Deere (DE), which released top-notch earnings today, has jumped 40%. In a note released yesterday, Deutsche Bank's John Inch contends it's bad enough that GE deserves to trade at a big discount: Overall, we believe GE should trade at a valuation discount given still aggressive accounting, cash flow pressures including potential negative US tax reform impact, rising debt pressures including more debt downgrades ahead, “black box” low taxes, future divestiture dilution, the potential for additional lawsuits and an overall profit outlook that appears to be “L” shaped (flattish).
Boeing and Bombardier are both urging the US Department of Commerce to leave the pending Bombardier-Airbus partnership out of its CSeries import tariff decision.
Airbus SE is looking to develop autonomous aircraft and technologies that will allow a single pilot to operate commercial jetliners, helping cut costs for carriers, Chief Technology Officer Paul Eremenko ...
Earlier this month, Boeing's (BA) market cap overtook General Electric's (GE) knocking the conglomerate from the top of the industrials sector for the first time in decades. It's been a tumultuous year for GE for sure, with the stock down more than 40% year to date, following poor earnings and its dividend cut and leaving investors wondering what to do now. Jefferies' Sheila Kahyaoglu reiterated a Buy rating on the stock today and raised her price target by $12 to $312, writing that she's confident that Boeing can grow earnings at a double digit rate, thanks to high demand and productivity.
Boeing shares could rally another 18%, to $312, according to Jefferies, thanks to the planemaker's massive cash-flow generation.
Chicago-based Boeing (NYSE: BA) has operations around the country. Here are other recent stories reported by The Business Journals. The aircraft electronics sector is getting a big boost from flight systems ...
Boeing transferred a top engineer to a new "797" team, according to CNN, as the Dow component gets closer to making a decision about a new midmarket plane.
The Boeing Co. continues to hammer out large deals for its aircraft. The latest is an $11 billion order for 75 of its 737 MAX airplanes. Avolon, a Dublin-based international aircraft leasing company, has finalized the Boeing order for 55 MAX 8s and 20 MAX 10s, with options for 20 additional MAX 8s.
The Army disclosed last week how it wants to shift its approach to battlefield networks, but the plan does not look promising.