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Bombardier Inc. (BBD-A.TO)

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1.8700+0.0300 (+1.63%)
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Previous Close1.8400
Bid1.8700 x 0
Ask1.8800 x 0
Day's Range1.7900 - 1.9100
52 Week Range0.7200 - 2.3300
Avg. Volume212,439
Market Cap4.022B
Beta (5Y Monthly)2.97
PE Ratio (TTM)0.83
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateDec 10, 2014
1y Target EstN/A
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    CANADA STOCKS-Toronto index rises as Suncor earnings boosts energy stocks

    Canada's main stock index rose on Thursday, rebounding from its worst session in nearly a month, after upbeat earnings from Suncor Energy boosted oil and gas shares. At 9:44 a.m. ET (13:44 GMT), the Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index was up 48.27 points, or 0.23%, at 21,003.26, rebounding from its worst session since Sept. 28 after the Bank of Canada signaled it could raise interest rates sooner than previously thought. Energy stocks were up 1.6% as shares in Suncor Energy jumped 9%, a day after the country's No. 2 oil and gas major doubled its dividend.

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    CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-Bombardier quarterly loss narrows as business jet demand rebounds

    Canadian business jet maker Bombardier Inc posted a smaller third-quarter loss on Thursday as demand for private jets returned after the pandemic hurt sales last year. Easing travel restrictions and the lure of private flights have led to a surge in business aviation traffic, filling seats for private operators and expanding order backlogs for corporate planemakers like Bombardier and its rivals. Business jet revenue jumped 17% to $1.4 billion on higher deliveries of large aircraft, compared with the $1.37 billion that analysts were expecting, according to Refinitiv.

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    Bombardier, Textron business jet backlogs swell but supply chain headwinds loom

    (Reuters) -Bombardier Inc and rival Textron Inc on Thursday reported growing backlogs for corporate aircraft as demand for private flights soars, but executives warned of supply chain headaches. Executives from both companies told analysts they see corporate aircraft activity picking up in Europe, adding to strong demand in the United States that is filling seats and boosting plane prices after orders slipped last year due to COVID-19. Cessna business jet maker Textron raised its full-year earnings per share and cash guidance, after General Dynamics Corp said on Wednesday its Gulfstream business jet backlog reached a six-year high.