137.32 0.00 (0.00%)
After hours: 6:58PM EDT
|Bid||136.50 x 800|
|Ask||139.45 x 3100|
|Day's Range||137.32 - 138.00|
|52 Week Range||104.91 - 139.63|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||24.78|
|Earnings Date||Jul 26, 2018 - Jul 30, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.32 (0.98%)|
|1y Target Est||135.50|
If the restroom on your next flight seems a bit snug, don’t assume you’ve picked up a few pounds. As labor costs rise and fuel prices surge, airlines are taking advantage of robust travel demand to squeeze as many passengers as possible into planes. Airlines say the new restrooms are just a few inches smaller than what passengers are used to.
In this morning's lineup are these four stocks: Aerojet Rocketdyne Holdings Inc. (NYSE: AJRD), Rockwell Collins Inc. (NYSE: COL), Spirit AeroSystems Holdings Inc. (NYSE: SPR), and United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: UTX). El Segundo, California headquartered Aerojet Rocketdyne Holdings Inc.'s stock finished Monday's session 0.82% lower at $28.96 with a total trading volume of 489,072 shares.
Let’s talk about the popular Rockwell Collins Inc (NYSE:COL). The company’s shares had a relatively subdued couple of weeks in terms of changes in share price, which continued to floatRead More...
Shares of United Technologies (UTX) have fallen 1% this year, but analysts are getting more upbeat about the stock as the close of its acquisition of Rockwell Collins (COL) approaches. Morgan Stanley's Rajeev Lalwani resumed coverage of the shares with an Overweight rating and $160 price target on Friday, writing that he's encouraged by the potential for company restructuring and accretion from M&A. Lalwani believes that the shares look more attractive as the possibility of a potential restructuring has increased in recent weeks, given an announced portfolio review and activist involvement, which could lead to United Technologies being split.
The latest move is a small one relative to the total revenue at stake, but it continues an increasingly dangerous cat-and-mouse game between the company and its suppliers. Investors beware.
Jim Cramer zooms through his take on callers' favorite stocks, including a toymaker attracting investors.
Today, I will be analyzing Colian Holding SA.’s (WSE:COL) recent ownership structure, an important but not-so-popular subject among individual investors. Ownership structure of a company has been found to affectRead More...
Rockwell Collins (COL) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
Dan Loeb makes a strong case for a breakup, but the stock is a good value for the long term anyway.
WallStEquities.com has lined up four Aerospace Defense Products and Services stocks for assessment today: KLX Inc. (NASDAQ: KLXI), Rockwell Collins Inc. (NYSE: COL), Spirit AeroSystems Holdings Inc. (NYSE: SPR), and United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: UTX). The Aerospace and Defense industry consists of companies that are engaged in the production of spacecraft as well as commercial military and private aircraft.
Activist investor Bill Ackman is calling for another company breakup as a means of “unlocking value.” The target this time? Owners of UTX stock have a right to be worried, not so much because Ackman is wrong (he may well be right), but because the activist investor and hedge fund manager can cause more than a little chaos when he gets involved. The 2010 split-up of Fortune Brands is one example.
A new investment deal between Continental AG and a Sunnyvale startup means DigiLens' augmented reality technology could be coming to auto windshields within a few years.
Moody's Investors Service ("Moody's") assigned A3 ratings to the new senior unsecured Euro notes of United Technologies Corporation ("United Technologies"). United Technologies' ratings are on review for downgrade following the company's announcement of its intent to purchase Rockwell Collins, Inc. (Baa2, stable) for $30 billion. Moody's expects any potential downgrade of United Technologies' long-term ratings to be limited to one notch.
Investors pursuing a solid, dependable stock investment can often be led to Rockwell Collins Inc (NYSE:COL), a large-cap worth US$22.00B. Big corporations are much sought after by risk-averse investors whoRead More...
UTC and Rockwell have offered to divest of certain activities as part of EU regulatory approval, but Rockwell's Winston-Salem operations will likely not be impacted.
KLX Inc. (KLX) was a part of B/E Aerospace, which manufactures aircraft passenger cabin interior products. B/E Aerospace caters to almost all of the airlines, leasing companies, and airplane manufacturers (IYJ) worldwide.
While small-cap stocks, such as Colian Holding SA. (WSE:COL) with its market cap of ZŁ700.18M, are popular for their explosive growth, investors should also be aware of their balance sheetRead More...
Boeing (BA) announced last week that it would acquire KLX (KLXI), whose products include airplane parts, for about $3.2 billion plus debt. The deal is part of the aircraft manufacturer’s long-term plan to bolster its presence in parts, components, and services—lucrative aviation niches that would make it less dependent on building airplanes. Watching these moves very carefully has been United Technologies (UTX), a longtime supplier to Boeing and other air-framers.
Activist investor Third Point LLC detailed its case for breaking up industrial conglomerate United Technologies Corp., and said it has shared its views with the company’s board. The idea of a breakup gathered momentum around September when United Technologies agreed to buy Rockwell Collins for $23 billion. United Technologies owns one of the world’s biggest jet-engine makers, Pratt & Whitney, along with Otis elevators and Carrier air conditioners, and the conglomerate and Third Point are talking in similar terms about a possible breakup.
United Technologies pushed back after an activist investor said a split of the underperforming industrial giant would release billions in shareholder value.
BOSTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Billionaire investor Daniel Loeb's Third Point on Friday urged United Technologies Corp (UTX.N) to move more forcefully in pursuing a breakup into three businesses, arguing this could unlock $20 billion (14.76 billion pounds)in value. The New York-based hedge fund, which owns a $1-billion stake in the Connecticut conglomerate, signalled to its clients that it would step up pressure on the board and management to follow through on promises to review the company's future. Loeb wants the company to split into three businesses: the Climate, Controls & Security division, Otis elevators, and an aerospace company (“Aerospace RemainCo”) encompassing UTAS and Pratt & Whitney.