BAESY - BAE Systems plc

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32.68
+0.20 (+0.62%)
As of 1:47PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close32.48
Open32.67
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range32.50 - 32.69
52 Week Range28.51 - 36.41
Volume109,907
Avg. Volume102,825
Market Cap27.042B
Beta0.68
PE Ratio (TTM)26.19
EPS (TTM)1.25
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.94 (2.90%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-10-18
1y Target Est38.05
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  • BAE Systems sticks to annual forecast
    Reuters20 days ago

    BAE Systems sticks to annual forecast

    Britain's biggest defence company BAE Systems (BAES.L) stuck to its forecast for flat earnings this year, saying that some issues at U.S. projects and in its maritime unit would be offset by a stronger performance from other parts of the business. BAE, which is building Britain's new nuclear submarines, manufactures Eurofighter Typhoon jets and provides electronics for the F-35 combat jet, posted a 2 percent drop in underlying earnings per share to 19.8 pence for the half year period. "With a large order book and a positive outlook for defence budgets in a number of key markets, we have a strong foundation to deliver growth and sustainable cash flow," Chief Executive Charles Woodburn said in a statement on Wednesday.

  • BAE Profit Falls as U.S. Costs Take Sheen Off Contract Wins
    Bloomberg20 days ago

    BAE Profit Falls as U.S. Costs Take Sheen Off Contract Wins

    BAE Systems Plc earnings fell almost 10 percent in the first half as Europe’s biggest defense company booked hits against its U.S. operations, offsetting gains from major contract wins. Underlying earnings before interest, tax and amortization dropped to 874 million pounds ($1.14 billion) from 967 million pounds a year earlier, London-based BAE said in a statement Wednesday. While BAE has won contracts to provide military vehicles to the U.S. army, warships to the Australian navy and fighter jets to the Qatari air force, it posted additional costs at a munitions plant in Radford, Virginia, and for the wind-down of U.S. shipbuilding programs.

  • Reuters26 days ago

    Airbus CEO denies seeking fighter-unit merger with BAE Systems

    Airbus (AIR.PA) Chief Executive Tom Enders sought on Thursday to clarify recent comments about fighter consolidation in Europe, saying he did not see a corporate merger of the combat jet activities of Airbus, BAE Systems (BAES.L) or others any time soon. Enders, who was quoted earlier this week as raising the prospect of a merger, told reporters in an earnings conference call that he had been talking instead about the need for European nations to co-operate on competing fighter projects. "Of course, I was not suggesting that we should merge the military aircraft activities of BAE, Airbus and whoever else rightaway," said Enders, who had failed to win political support for a full merger of Airbus and BAE in 2012.

  • Reuters26 days ago

    Airbus CEO denies seeking fighter-unit merger with BAE Systems

    Airbus Chief Executive Tom Enders sought on Thursday to clarify recent comments about fighter consolidation in Europe, saying he did not see a corporate merger of the combat jet activities of Airbus, BAE Systems or others any time soon. Enders, who was quoted earlier this week as raising the prospect of a merger, told reporters in an earnings conference call that he had been talking instead about the need for European nations to co-operate on competing fighter projects. "Of course, I was not suggesting that we should merge the military aircraft activities of BAE, Airbus and whoever else rightaway," said Enders, who had failed to win political support for a full merger of Airbus and BAE in 2012.

  • Reuterslast month

    Airbus CEO says eyes merger of its, BAE's jet fighter units - Sunday Times

    LONDON (Reuters) - The chief executive of Airbus (AIR.PA) said he was open to a merger of his firm's jet fighter business with that of BAE Systems (BAES.L), the Sunday Times reported. Tom Enders was quoted ...

  • Airbus CEO says eyes merger of its, BAE's jet fighter units: Sunday Times
    Reuterslast month

    Airbus CEO says eyes merger of its, BAE's jet fighter units: Sunday Times

    The chief executive of Airbus said he was open to a merger of his firm's jet fighter business with that of BAE Systems , the Sunday Times reported. Tom Enders was quoted as saying it was time to "seriously ...

  • Saab CEO Says Warplane Maker Could Join U.K.-Led Fighter Program
    Bloomberglast month

    Saab CEO Says Warplane Maker Could Join U.K.-Led Fighter Program

    Saab AB, maker of the Gripen warplane, said it’s interested in joining a U.K.-led project to develop a cutting-edge combat aircraft that would be a mainstay of defense programs in two decades time. While Saab is also evaluating a rival Franco-German fighter plan, the Tempest program funded by Britain’s Ministry of Defence and including BAE Systems Plc and Rolls-Royce Holdings Plc has more appeal for the Swedish company, Chief Executive Officer Hakan Buskhe said Friday.

  • BAE's $1.3 Billion Contract for Howitzer Delayed by U.S. Army
    Bloomberglast month

    BAE's $1.3 Billion Contract for Howitzer Delayed by U.S. Army

    The U.S. Army is delaying approval of full-scale production of BAE Systems Plc’s new self-propelled howitzer, citing the need to improve quality before proceeding with additional contracts options valued at about $1.3 billion. The Army postponed triggering the most lucrative phase of the program for London-based BAE to “adequately address quality control issues,” service spokeswoman Ashley John said in an email Wednesday. Self-propelled 155mm howitzers are the centerpiece of the Army’s artillery.

  • Reuterslast month

    Eurofighter buy would help Belgium secure role in future fighter - BAE

    Belgium is being offered a possible role in future European combat jet developments if it picks the Eurofighter Typhoon over the U.S.-built F-35, in a fierce contest to rearm the country's air force, a senior official with Britain's BAE Systems said. The sweetener comes as four nations behind the Eurofighter - Britain, Germany, Italy and Spain - step up lobbying to try to secure the order for 34 multi-role jets, amid reports that the Lockheed Martin F-35 is viewed as the leading contender.

  • Reuterslast month

    BAE says international partners to join UK fighter project in 2019

    BAE System's (BAES.L) CEO said international partners would be brought in to help to develop Britain's proposed new fighter jet in 2019, also signaling that teaming up with a rival Franco-German project in future was possible. BAE showed off a model of the new warplane, Tempest, on Monday, linking up with a group of industrial partners to fulfill a government plan for a new combat jet by 2040. Britain said the project would need international partners to help to take it forward.

  • Reuterslast month

    BAE says international partners to join UK fighter project in 2019

    BAE System's (BAES.L) CEO said international partners would be brought in to help to develop Britain's proposed new fighter jet in 2019, also signalling that teaming up with a rival Franco-German project in future was possible. BAE showed off a model of the new warplane, Tempest, on Monday, linking up with a group of industrial partners to fulfil a government plan for a new combat jet by 2040. Britain said the project would need international partners to help to take it forward.

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  • Reuterslast month

    Typhoon order outlook as good as it's been for some time - BAE CEO

    The outlook for export orders of the Typhoon fighter jet is as good as it's been for quite some time, with demand coming from the Middle East and Europe, the boss of BAE (BAES.L) said. "We have a number of export campaigns in play and ... I think the outlook for Typhoon export orders is as good now as it's been for quite some time, both in our very important Middle East customers but also within Europe," Charles Woodburn told BBC Radio on Monday. Britain's Defence Minister Gavin Williamson is set to unveil a model of the country's proposed new fighter jet at the Farnborough International Airshow later on Monday.

  • Typhoon order outlook as good as it's been for some time: BAE CEO
    Reuterslast month

    Typhoon order outlook as good as it's been for some time: BAE CEO

    The outlook for export orders of the Typhoon fighter jet is as good as it's been for quite some time, with demand coming from the Middle East and Europe, the boss of BAE (BAES.L) said. "We have a number of export campaigns in play and ... I think the outlook for Typhoon export orders is as good now as it's been for quite some time, both in our very important Middle East customers but also within Europe," Charles Woodburn told BBC Radio on Monday. Britain's Defence Minister Gavin Williamson is set to unveil a model of the country's proposed new fighter jet at the Farnborough International Airshow later on Monday.

  • U.K. Unveils ‘Tempest’ Fighter Jet Model for Post-Brexit Era
    Bloomberglast month

    U.K. Unveils ‘Tempest’ Fighter Jet Model for Post-Brexit Era

    U.K. Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson unveiled a full-sized model of a new fighter plane at the Farnborough air show in a bid to show that the nation plans to remain a leading military power after Brexit. The plane -- nicknamed the Tempest -- is a joint venture of Britain’s BAE Systems Plc and Rolls Royce Holdings Plc, Italy’s Leonardo SpA and the U.K. arm of MBDA, Europe’s biggest missile company. The project could widen an emerging gap between current combat-plane partners, with Airbus SE, which developed the present-day Eurofighter model with BAE and Leonardo, having recently turned to Dassault Aviation SA of France to work on a next-generation aircraft.

  • Qatar to raise multi-billion dollar loan for Typhoon jets – sources
    Reuterslast month

    Qatar to raise multi-billion dollar loan for Typhoon jets – sources

    The government of Qatar is raising a multi-billion dollar loan for the purchase of Eurofighter Typhoon combat jets, two sources familiar with the deal said. The financing, which according to one of the sources is around $4 billion, will be backed by export credit agencies. Qatar entered into a 5 billion pound ($6.62 billion) contract with British defence group BAE Systems (BAES.L) in December last year for the purchase of 24 Typhoon combat aircraft.

  • BAE Howitzer Production Flawed as Army Readies $1.3 Billion Buy
    Bloomberglast month

    BAE Howitzer Production Flawed as Army Readies $1.3 Billion Buy

    BAE Systems Plc’s manufacture of the U.S. Army’s new howitzer is hobbled by poor welding, supply chain problems and delivery delays even as the service nears a $1.3 billion decision on full production, according to the Pentagon’s contract management agency. Among the setbacks have been a six-month halt in deliveries last year because of welding flaws and the return of 50 of 86 vehicles that had already been delivered due to repair production deficiencies.

  • BAE's solar-powered UAV could fly for a year
    Reuters Videoslast month

    BAE's solar-powered UAV could fly for a year

    A solar plane with a wing-span of 35 metres (115 ft.) is under development by BAE Systems and UK technology firm Prismatic. Matthew Stock reports.