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The Boeing Company (BA)


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Previous Close202.23
Open202.77
Bid200.86 x 100
Ask200.88 x 200
Day's Range200.47 - 204.38
52 Week Range122.35 - 204.38
Volume2,262,237
Avg. Volume2,874,528
Market Cap121.22B
Beta1.18
PE Ratio (TTM)24.74
EPS (TTM)8.12
Earnings DateJul 26, 2017
Dividend & Yield5.68 (2.81%)
Ex-Dividend Date2017-05-10
1y Target Est192.70
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  • Why Boeing Co (BA) Stock Will Soar to $210 Sooner Than You Think
    InvestorPlace1 hour ago

    Why Boeing Co (BA) Stock Will Soar to $210 Sooner Than You Think

    Thanks to a combination of a strong backlog of about $470 billion with more than 5,700 commercial airplane orders it can still rely on, BA stock — despite trading at 52-week highs — won’t lose altitude any time soon. The company recently acknowledged the growing services market, which should complement domestic support for key defense and space programs. The recently released defense budget by the Trump Administration, which promises to modernize the armed forces, will create much-needed tailwinds for Boeing stock.

  • American City Business Journals2 hours ago

    Museum of Flight hosts WWII bomber and fighter rides over Seattle (Photos)

    Boeing's heavily-armed B-17 Flying Fortress helped Allied Forces win World War II with daylight bombing raids over Nazi-occupied Europe and the Japanese empire. The historic aircraft – one of about a dozen still flying – and three other World War II-era aircraft had a different mission in the skies over Seattle this weekend. A B-17 Flying Fortress was among four WWII-era aircraft in Seattle over the weekend for on-the-ground tours at the Museum of Flight and flights from Boeing Field.

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    Motley Fool2 hours ago

    Airbus' Plan to Rescue the A380 Jumbo Jet Is Doomed

    Airbus has found an inexpensive way to reduce the cost per seat of operating an A380 jumbo jet by 13%, but it won't be enough to revive demand for this model.