290.39 +0.45 (0.16%)
After hours: 7:56PM EST
|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||287.72 - 292.80|
|52 Week Range||153.06 - 292.80|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||26.71|
|Earnings Date||Jan 23, 2018 - Jan 29, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||5.68 (1.99%)|
|1y Target Est||287.50|
While Boeing headlines dominated this year's list, the top story was a travel writer's donation of a 24-unit residential building in Lynnwood to the YWCA Seattle King Snohomish as the Seattle-area homelessness ...
Canada said it intends to launch a competition next year to buy 88 new jet fighters that threatens to penalize bidders that cause “harm” to its economy -- another warning to Boeing Co. to drop its trade ...
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U.S. equities drifted aimlessly on Tuesday, with large-caps climbing for the fourth-straight session, but action subdued ahead of the Christmas break next week and with all the excitement over in bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. In the end, the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 0.5%, the S&P 500 gained 0.2%, the Nasdaq Composite lost 0.2% and the Russell 2000 lost 0.2%. Breadth was negative, with decliners outpacing advancers by a 1.2 to 1 ratio on in-line volume, with NYSE activity at 102% of its 30-day average.
Canada on Tuesday scrapped plans to buy 18 Boeing Co (BA.N) jets and made clear the company had little chance of winning a much larger contract unless it dropped a trade challenge against Canadian planemaker Bombardier Inc (BBDb.TO). The announcement marks a new low in relations between the Liberal government and Boeing and casts into doubt the future of defence cooperation with the U.S. aerospace company, which says it supports more than 17,500 jobs in Canada. Ottawa announced last year it wanted to buy the Boeing jets as a stopgap measure while Canada runs a competition for 88 jets to replace its ageing 77 CF-18s fighters.
Canada on Tuesday scrapped plans to buy 18 Boeing Co jets and made clear the company had little chance of winning a much larger contract unless it dropped a trade challenge against Canadian planemaker Bombardier Inc. The announcement marks a new low in relations between the Liberal government and Boeing and casts into doubt the future of defense cooperation with the U.S. aerospace company, which says it supports more than 17,500 jobs in Canada.
The S&P 500 and the Dow industrials registered record closing highs on Tuesday with a boost from bank stocks as investors eyed a potential cut in U.S. corporate taxes and continued economic growth after strong inflation data. U.S. producer prices rose in November as gasoline prices surged and the cost of other goods increased, leading to the largest annual gain in nearly six years. The data, which came a day ahead of U.S. Federal Reserve's widely-expected hike in interest rates could assuage concerns among some Fed officials over persistently low inflation.
For Wichitans still invested in the Boeing Co., the manufacturer this week announced that shareholders will be making more money as well as a new opportunity to cash in those shares with the company. ...
Canada has ditched a plan to buy 18 Super Hornet jet fighters from U.S.-based Boeing and will instead buy 18 used F-18 fighters from Australia. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had previously warned that ...