BA - The Boeing Company

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
338.3326
-4.3574 (-1.27%)
As of 2:34PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close342.6900
Open341.1500
Bid338.0100 x 1100
Ask338.1000 x 800
Day's Range336.1952 - 341.7700
52 Week Range196.4500 - 374.4800
Volume2,510,122
Avg. Volume4,464,120
Market Cap197.106B
Beta1.72
PE Ratio (TTM)22.48
EPS (TTM)15.0520
Earnings DateJul 24, 2018 - Jul 30, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield6.84 (1.91%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-05-10
1y Target Est398.13
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  • Gold Holds at Six-Months Low as Trade Tensions Resurface
    Investing.com36 minutes ago

    Gold Holds at Six-Months Low as Trade Tensions Resurface

    Gold prices remained at six-month lows on Thursday, as trade tensions between the U.S. and China resurfaced. Comex gold futures for August delivery were down 0.46% to $1,268.60 a troy ounce as of 10:57 AM ET (14:57 GMT). Tensions between the U.S. and China continue, as the two largest economies in the world faced a tit-for-tat over trade tariffs.

  • Exclusive: Canada could make it harder for U.S. to win fighter bid - sources
    Reuters2 hours ago

    Exclusive: Canada could make it harder for U.S. to win fighter bid - sources

    Canada is discussing changes to a multibillion-dollar fighter jet procurement process that could make it harder for a U.S. company to win the order as trade relations between the neighbors sour, two sources with direct knowledge of the discussions said. Canada is considering whether to penalize companies from countries that have caused it economic damage, the sources said on Wednesday. While a final decision is not expected before next year and the threat could be posturing, the move shows how the Trump administration's trade disputes are spilling over into other areas.

  • Reuters2 hours ago

    Exclusive: Canada could make it harder for U.S. to win fighter bid - sources

    Canada is discussing changes to a multibillion-dollar fighter jet procurement process that could make it harder for a U.S. company to win the order as trade relations between the neighbors sour, two sources with direct knowledge of the discussions said. Canada is considering whether to penalize companies from countries that have caused it economic damage, the sources said on Wednesday. While a final decision is not expected before next year and the threat could be posturing, the move shows how the Trump administration's trade disputes are spilling over into other areas.

  • Associated Press2 hours ago

    Markets Right Now: Trade worries send stocks lower

    NEW YORK (AP) — The latest on developments in financial markets (all times local):

  • Boeing Risks Losing China Lead as Trump and Xi Clash Over Trade
    Bloomberg3 hours ago

    Boeing Risks Losing China Lead as Trump and Xi Clash Over Trade

    In the perennial battle between Boeing Co. and Airbus SE, China has for years tried to keep orders on an even keel between the duopoly. Now, thanks to U.S. President Donald Trump, the American planemaker is at risk of losing its meager lead in the world’s second-biggest aviation market. With the rising prospect of an all-out trade war after the Trump administration announced tariffs on $50 billion of goods imported from China, President Xi Jinping is under pressure to retaliate.

  • Reuters3 hours ago

    Norwegian Air CEO interested in possible Airbus A321XLR

    The chief executive of Norwegian Air said he was interested in the possibility of a longer-range version of Airbus' A321LR, which the European planemaker is studying in response to Boeing's work on a new 'mid-market' jet. Reuters revealed this week that Airbus is considering adding endurance to the longest-range flying version of its single aisle A321 jet in a potential new variant dubbed A321XLR. Asked at the Paris Air Forum if an A321XLR was of interest, CEO Bjorn Kjos replied: "Definitely, yes.

  • Boeing and Air Force reach agreement on delivery of long-delayed KC-46 aerial refueling tanker
    American City Business Journals4 hours ago

    Boeing and Air Force reach agreement on delivery of long-delayed KC-46 aerial refueling tanker

    Boeing plans to build 179 of the aircraft to replace the older Boeing KC-135 tankers. The KC-46 is built in Boeing’s Everett facility.

  • Forbes4 hours ago

    Five Reasons The Marine Corps Is The Future Of U.S. Ground Combat

    The Marine Corps is gearing up to conduct combat exercises with its information warriors. As America's military transitions from the global war on terror to great-power competition with near-peers like Russia and China, the Marines are rethinking what they need to deter or defeat in the future. One area where they need to bolster skills is protection of battlefield networks, because Russia and China are able to conduct cyber attacks and electronic warfare.

  • Reuters7 hours ago

    US STOCKS-Futures edge lower as trade tensions mount

    U.S. stock index futures dipped on Thursday as the impact of an ongoing trade spat between the United States and China began to appear in company forecasts, while a media report said Beijing could target U.S. blue-chip firms. S&P 500 e-minis were down 3.25 points, or 0.12 percent and Nasdaq 100 e-minis were down 3 points, or 0.04 percent. China could strike at members of the Dow Jones Industrial Average if U.S. President Donald Trump keeps exacerbating tensions over trade, state-controlled Chinese tabloid The Global Times said in a commentary.

  • Reuters7 hours ago

    Washington's 'capricious' trade actions will hurt U.S. workers, China warns

    China's commerce ministry on Thursday accused the United States of being "capricious" over bilateral trade issues, and warned that the interests of U.S. workers and farmers ultimately will be hurt by Washington's penchant for brandishing "big sticks". Previous trade negotiations with the United States were constructive, but Beijing has had to respond in a strong manner due to the U.S. tariff threats, commerce ministry spokesman Gao Feng said. President Donald Trump threatened on Monday to hit $200 billion (£151.4 billion) of Chinese imports with 10 percent tariffs if Beijing retaliates against his previous announcement to target $50 billion in imports.

  • Reuters19 hours ago

    Boeing says Export-Import Bank vital to U.S. growth

    "Restoring the Export-Import Bank to full strength with a Board quorum is the best thing Washington can do right now to grow our economy through exports, shrink our trade deficits, and level the playing field so American workers can win," Tim Keating, Boeing's executive vice president of government operations, said in a statement. The White House nominated Reed to be president of EXIM earlier on Wednesday.

  • Boeing says Export-Import Bank vital to U.S. growth
    Reuters19 hours ago

    Boeing says Export-Import Bank vital to U.S. growth

    "Restoring the Export-Import Bank to full strength with a Board quorum is the best thing Washington can do right now to grow our economy through exports, shrink our trade deficits, and level the playing field so American workers can win," Tim Keating, Boeing's executive vice president of government operations, said in a statement. The White House nominated Reed to be president of EXIM earlier on Wednesday.

  • GE Says Goodbye to the Dow
    Zacks21 hours ago

    GE Says Goodbye to the Dow

    General Electric (GE), the American multinational conglomerate, and the last original company from the 1986 Dow, is no longer on the 30-stock index.

  • Short-sellers sense an opportunity as China trade tensions brew
    Reuters21 hours ago

    Short-sellers sense an opportunity as China trade tensions brew

    Escalating trade tensions between Washington and Beijing may have sent tremors across the U.S. stock market but short-sellers are taking the opportunity to boost bearish bets against U.S. companies exposed to a full-blown trade war. Planemaker Boeing (BA.N), automaker General Motors (GM.N), casino operator Las Vegas Sands (LVS.N), package delivery company FedEx Corp (FDX.N) and agricultural trader Bunge Ltd (BG.N) - companies that could feel the pain from growing trade tensions with China - have drawn a noticeable pickup in shorting activity this month, according to financial analytics firm S3 Partners. "I think the change in short interest is directly related to the increase in trade tensions," said Ihor Dusaniwsky, head of research at S3 in New York.

  • Reuters21 hours ago

    Short-sellers sense an opportunity as China trade tensions brew

    Escalating trade tensions between Washington and Beijing may have sent tremors across the U.S. stock market but short-sellers are taking the opportunity to boost bearish bets against U.S. companies exposed to a full-blown trade war. Planemaker Boeing, automaker General Motors, casino operator Las Vegas Sands, package delivery company FedEx Corp and agricultural trader Bunge Ltd - companies that could feel the pain from growing trade tensions with China - have drawn a noticeable pickup in shorting activity this month, according to financial analytics firm S3 Partners. "I think the change in short interest is directly related to the increase in trade tensions," said Ihor Dusaniwsky, head of research at S3 in New York.

  • Bloomberg22 hours ago

    A Boeing-Heavy ETF Is Shedding Investors Spooked by Trade Spat

    Investors pulled record amounts of cash from a fund with a heavy position in Boeing Co. as aerospace and defense companies find themselves in the crossfire of tit-for-tat tariffs between China and the U.S. The iShares U.S. Aerospace & Defense ETF, or ITA, posted a record outflow of almost $214 million on June 19. Boeing, widely considered a trade war proxy, had the biggest impact on ITA’s 2.5 percent plunge, Bloomberg data show.

  • Boeing Stock Rallies After Landing $6.6 Billion FedEx Deal
    Investor's Business Daily23 hours ago

    Boeing Stock Rallies After Landing $6.6 Billion FedEx Deal

    Boeing stock rose after announcing a $6.6 billion deal to deliver 12 767 and a further 12 777 freighters cargo giant FedEx, amid surging air cargo demand.

  • Reutersyesterday

    U.S. Air Force says Boeing KC-46 aircraft delivery to start in October

    The U.S. Air Force said on Wednesday the first delivery of the KC-46 aerial refueling tankers from Boeing Co would start in October. The first delivery was scheduled for the second quarter of 2018, but, the Air Force said in March it would more likely occur late in the year. "The KC-46 is a top priority for The Boeing Company, and we have the best of Boeing working to ensure the U.S. Air Force gets their tankers as quickly as possible," Boeing said on Wednesday.

  • InvestorPlaceyesterday

    Despite Geopolitical Pressures, Don’t Count Out Boeing Stock Yet

    The recent warming of relations between the U.S. and North Korea couldn’t have come at a worse time for Boeing (NYSE:BA). Now, both sectors are heavily challenged due to President Trump’s revamped foreign policy, making BA stock suddenly look risky. Boeing’s reversal of fortune is a reminder just how quickly things can change in the markets.

  • Boeing targets 2025 for new jet but won't rush decision
    Reutersyesterday

    Boeing targets 2025 for new jet but won't rush decision

    The head of Boeing (BA.N) jetliner sales said on Wednesday he was confident a possible new mid-market jet with the potential to carve out new routes would be ready to enter service in 2025, but stressed the planemaker would not be rushed into a decision. Boeing is studying plans for what industry sources describe as a hybrid jet combining a wide cabin and a restricted cargo space, moulded to fly efficiently in a space between the industry's single-aisle jets and wide-body long-haul aircraft. Ihssane Mounir, senior vice-president for commercial sales and marketing at Boeing, told French journalists Boeing would "protect" the targeted 2025 date for entry into service, which some analysts see as ideally suited to planned replacement cycles.

  • Boeing targets 2025 for new jet but won't rush decision
    Reutersyesterday

    Boeing targets 2025 for new jet but won't rush decision

    The head of Boeing (BA.N) jetliner sales said on Wednesday he was confident a possible new mid-market jet with the potential to carve out new routes would be ready to enter service in 2025, but stressed the planemaker would not be rushed into a decision. Boeing is studying plans for what industry sources describe as a hybrid jet combining a wide cabin and a restricted cargo space, moulded to fly efficiently in a space between the industry's single-aisle jets and wide-body long-haul aircraft. Ihssane Mounir, senior vice-president for commercial sales and marketing at Boeing, told French journalists Boeing would "protect" the targeted 2025 date for entry into service, which some analysts see as ideally suited to planned replacement cycles.

  • Boeing's Tardy $44.3 Billion Tanker Nears Milestone After Spat
    Bloombergyesterday

    Boeing's Tardy $44.3 Billion Tanker Nears Milestone After Spat

    Boeing Co. and the U.S. Air Force anticipate delivery in October of the first KC-46 aerial refueling tanker, settling a disagreement over timing for the much-delayed $44.3 billion program, according to the service’s No. 2 civilian official. The new schedule is two months earlier than the Air Force had projected. Undersecretary Matthew Donovan called it “aggressive but achievable” in a statement to Bloomberg News.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Boeing sees 2025 for potential new jet but won't rush decision: exec

    The head of Boeing jetliner sales said on Wednesday he was confident a new mid-market jet could enter service in 2025 if Boeing took the decision to launch the new plane but stressed the U.S. planemaker would not be rushed into a decision. Ihssane Mounir, senior vice-president for commercial sales and marketing at Boeing, told French journalists Boeing would "protect" the targeted 2025 date for entry to service, which some analysts see as ideal for planned replacement cycles. "We will take the time to do this right," Mounir told the AJPAE French aerospace journalists' association.

  • GE, Oracle, Starbucks Slide in Pre-Market, Boeing Rises, Synaptics Soars
    Investing.comyesterday

    GE, Oracle, Starbucks Slide in Pre-Market, Boeing Rises, Synaptics Soars

    Investing.com - Stocks in focus in pre-market trade Wednesday: