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Airbus SE (EADSY)

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30.04+0.83 (+2.84%)
At close: 03:59PM EDT
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Previous Close28.18
Open28.70
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range27.81 - 28.75
52 Week Range24.64 - 35.00
Volume220,438
Avg. Volume488,300
Market Cap94.736B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.91
PE Ratio (TTM)19.96
EPS (TTM)1.50
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.41 (1.47%)
Ex-Dividend DateApr 14, 2022
1y Target Est47.12
  • Benzinga

    Airbus's New Facility To Research Cryogenic Fuel Systems, Focused On Hydrogen Technologies

    Airbus SE (OTC: EADSY) is establishing a hydrogen-focused facility in the United Kingdom; its latest attempt to boost the design of its next generation of aircraft, reported CNBC. Airbus stated in a statement Wednesday that the Zero Emission Development Centre in Filton, Bristol, has already begun working on the technology's development. One of the site's main purposes will be to work on what Airbus calls a "cost-competitive cryogenic fuel system" for its ZEROe aircraft. Airbus has said it wants

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Qatar Airways and Airbus set for court clash over A350 paint dispute

    Airbus and Qatar Airways are heading towards a three-month summer trial next year after a UK judge granted the airline a relatively quick timetable while dismissing its procedural claims in a bitter safety and contractual dispute. The judge told a division of London's High Court there was "public interest" in the outcome of the dispute, which has seen the Gulf carrier question the safety of about two dozen grounded A350 long-haul jetliners over flaws in their protective skin. Airbus has acknowledged these and other jets are suffering erosion to the painted surface and a layer of lightning protection but insists with the backing of European regulators they are safe, despite Qatar's refusal to take more deliveries.

  • Reuters

    Qatar Airways and Airbus set for court clash over A350 paint dispute

    Airbus and Qatar Airways are heading towards a three-month summer trial next year after a UK judge granted the airline a relatively quick timetable while dismissing its procedural claims in a bitter safety and contractual dispute. The judge told a division of London's High Court there was "public interest" in the outcome of the dispute, which has seen the Gulf carrier question the safety of about two dozen grounded A350 long-haul jetliners over flaws in their protective skin. Airbus has acknowledged these and other jets are suffering erosion to the painted surface and a layer of lightning protection but insists with the backing of European regulators they are safe, despite Qatar's refusal to take more deliveries.

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