EADSY - Airbus SE

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-0.59 (-2.01%)
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Previous Close29.59
Open28.94
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range28.79 - 29.05
52 Week Range20.17 - 30.58
Volume134,506
Avg. Volume135,456
Market Cap90.298B
Beta1.55
PE Ratio (TTM)25.53
EPS (TTM)1.14
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.46 (1.61%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-04-12
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Boeing May Have Just Cleared Its Biggest Hurdle For Embraer Deal
    Investor's Business Daily3 hours ago

    Boeing May Have Just Cleared Its Biggest Hurdle For Embraer Deal

    Boeing appeared closer to taking control of Embraer's commercial jet business, after Brazil's defense minister signaled that worries about the military unit have been resolved.

  • Flightglobal14 hours ago

    First ACJ320neo to enter final assembly in June

    Airbus has commenced production of the first corporate version of the re-engined A320neo.

  • The Wall Street Journalyesterday

    [$$] Airbus, EU Say Plane Subsidies Are Over; U.S. Disagrees

    The U.S. and European Union clashed anew in a massive aircraft subsidy dispute when Washington rejected Airbus SE’s claim that it had satisfied World Trade Organization demands with a new European loan agreement. The European airplane maker on Tuesday said it altered the terms of its loans for the A380 superjumbo plane and A350 long-range jet with France, Germany, Spain and the U.K. after the WTO ruled last week they represented an illegal subsidy that harmed its U.S.-based rival Boeing Co. Airbus said the European Union had notified the WTO of the changes.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Airbus says obeying WTO subsidy verdict as sanctions loom

    Airbus said on Tuesday it had taken steps to comply with a World Trade Organization (WTO) ruling on subsidies for its A350 and A380 jets, which has seen the United States and Europe trade legal blows on behalf of Boeing and Airbus. The move comes days after the United States won a partial victory against European Union support for Airbus at the WTO, clearing the way for possible U.S. sanctions in a 14-year-old dispute over claims of illegal handouts for planemakers.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Airbus confirms amendments to comply with WTO over subsidies

    European planemaker Airbus (AIR.PA) said on Tuesday that the company - along with France, Germany, Spain and the UK - had made some changes regarding loans for the A380 and A350XWB planes to comply with the World Trade Organisation (WTO). "Airbus and the European member States France, Germany, Spain and the UK have agreed on some amendments to A380 and A350XWB Reimbursable Launch Investment (RLI) loans," Airbus said in a statement. "The terms of these amendments – like the terms of the original RLI contracts themselves – remain confidential but they are aligned with current market conditions," added Airbus.

  • Airbus says obeying WTO subsidy verdict as sanctions loom
    Reutersyesterday

    Airbus says obeying WTO subsidy verdict as sanctions loom

    Airbus (AIR.PA) said on Tuesday it had taken steps to comply with a World Trade Organization (WTO) ruling on subsidies for its A350 and A380 jets, which has seen the United States and Europe trade legal blows on behalf of Boeing (BA.N) and Airbus. The move comes days after the United States won a partial victory against European Union support for Airbus at the WTO, clearing the way for possible U.S. sanctions in a 14-year-old dispute over claims of illegal handouts for planemakers.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Airbus confirms amendments to comply with WTO over subsidies

    European planemaker Airbus (AIR.PA) said on Tuesday that the company - along with France, Germany, Spain and the UK - had made some changes regarding loans for the A380 and A350XWB planes to comply with the World Trade Organization (WTO). "Airbus and the European member States France, Germany, Spain and the UK have agreed on some amendments to A380 and A350XWB Reimbursable Launch Investment (RLI) loans," Airbus said in a statement. "The terms of these amendments – like the terms of the original RLI contracts themselves – remain confidential but they are aligned with current market conditions," added Airbus.

  • Airbus to Defend WTO Ruling by Saying A380 No Threat to Boeing
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    Airbus to Defend WTO Ruling by Saying A380 No Threat to Boeing

    Airbus SE is ready to tell the World Trade Organization that the threat posed to Boeing Co. by its most ambitious program ever, the double-decker A380 jetliner, is so marginal that any U.S.-led sanctions against the European Union over illegal aid should be minimal. The European company will cite the superjumbo’s slow sales and also contend that state support for the more popular A350 model was only slightly more of a benefit given cheap alternative funding available at the time amid historically low interest rates, its head of litigation Karl Hennessee said in an interview. Airbus is on the back foot after Boeing last week won the latest in a series of disputes over illegal subsidies for the A380 and A350 spanning more than a decade.

  • Flightglobal2 days ago

    Airbus confirms A380 and A350 launch-aid amendments

    Airbus and its four primary European partner countries have agreed to amend A380 and A350 launch investment loans as part of compliance measures linked to the World Trade Organisation dispute over large civil aircraft financing.

  • Boeing Vs. Airbus: Who's Winning The Electric Aircraft Race?
    Investor's Business Daily2 days ago

    Boeing Vs. Airbus: Who's Winning The Electric Aircraft Race?

    Zunum Aero, a Boeing- and JetBlue-backed startup, plans to deliver its first hybrid-electric plane in 2022. a few years ahead of an electric plane from European rival Airbus. 

  • Airbus May Finally Crack Ryanair as O'Leary Touts Order Prospect
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    Airbus May Finally Crack Ryanair as O'Leary Touts Order Prospect

    Airbus SE may end up with a significant new customer as Ryanair Holdings Plc looks to beef up a newly acquired unit that uses planes from the European manufacturer. Ryanair, which previously operated only Boeing Co. aircraft, will expand the fleet at Austria’s LaudaMotion to many as 50 Airbus A320s over four years and the narrow-body model could eventually account for 20 percent of the group’s overall roster, Chief Executive Officer Michael O’Leary said in an interview Monday. Airbus has previously downplayed the chances of winning orders from Ryanair, suggesting the Irish carrier only wanted to secure deeper discounts from Boeing.

  • Bangkok Air Talking to Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier for 20 Planes
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    Bangkok Air Talking to Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier for 20 Planes

    Bangkok Airways Pcl will soon submit specifications for an order of 20 narrow-body planes to Airbus SE, Boeing Co. and Bombardier Inc., its President Puttipong Prasattong-Osoth said. The carrier, which currently has 12 Airbus 319s and nine Airbus 320s, will pick one manufacturer for the order by the end of the year, Puttipong said in an interview Friday. Bangkok Airways has tumbled more than 40 percent since listing in 2014.

  • Airbus loses ground in bid to sell jets to United: sources
    Reuters5 days ago

    Airbus loses ground in bid to sell jets to United: sources

    PARIS/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Airbus's hopes of winning an immediate respite from slow sales of its A330neo jetliner with an order from United Airlines are dwindling, leaving a gap in future production weeks before it is due to enter service, industry sources said on Friday. Airbus has been competing with Boeing to replace all or part of a fleet of some 50 Boeing 767s at United Airlines (UAL.N), people familiar with the discussions say. Others said Airbus had made an unsolicited offer to try to head off plans by United to use rights to buy more Boeing 787s.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    Airbus loses ground in bid to sell jets to United - sources

    PARIS/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Airbus's hopes of winning an immediate respite from slow sales of its A330neo jetliner with an order from United Airlines are dwindling, leaving a gap in future production weeks before it is due to enter service, industry sources said on Friday. Airbus has been competing with Boeing to replace all or part of a fleet of some 50 Boeing 767s at United Airlines (UAL.N), people familiar with the discussions say. Others said Airbus had made an unsolicited offer to try to head off plans by United to use rights to buy more Boeing 787s.

  • Flightglobal6 days ago

    OPINION: Latest WTO ruling should be a catalyst for change

    In an increasingly imaginary ideal world filled with rational attorneys, reasonable industry leaders and responsible politicians, the entire dispute between Airbus and Boeing at the World Trade Organization that has dragged on for 14 years and now threatens to further expand a growing rift between the EU and USA could be resolved with a handshake over a nice lunch.

  • Boeing, Airbus May Get One Of The Biggest Aircraft Orders Ever
    Investor's Business Daily6 days ago

    Boeing, Airbus May Get One Of The Biggest Aircraft Orders Ever

    Dubai Aerospace Enterprise is in the market to buy 400 single-aisle jets from Boeing and Airbus. 

  • Exclusive: Dubai Aerospace in talks to place huge order for 400 jets
    Reuters6 days ago

    Exclusive: Dubai Aerospace in talks to place huge order for 400 jets

    Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE), one of the world's largest aircraft lessors, is in talks to buy a near-record total of 400 jetliners from Airbus and Boeing, its CEO told Reuters, in a $40 billion blowout that would match the order pipeline of rivals. The move comes months after a leading U.S. airline investor orchestrated a record deal involving more than 400 planes from Airbus as economists project strong growth for air travel, led by the continued expansion of budget carriers. Airbus and Boeing have sold thousands of the latest versions of their workhorse single-aisle jets in recent years, but the order cycle is slowing down.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    Exclusive - Dubai Aerospace in talks to place huge order for 400 jets

    Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE), one of the world's largest aircraft lessors, is in talks to buy a near-record total of 400 jetliners from Airbus and Boeing, its CEO told Reuters, in a $40 billion (29.6 billion pounds) blowout that would match the order pipeline of rivals. The move comes months after a leading U.S. airline investor orchestrated a record deal involving more than 400 planes from Airbus as economists project strong growth for air travel, led by the continued expansion of budget carriers. Airbus and Boeing have sold thousands of the latest versions of their workhorse single-aisle jets in recent years, but the order cycle is slowing down.

  • The Wall Street Journal7 days ago

    [$$] 'I Am the Mastermind': Mohammed bin Salman's Guide to Getting Rich

    was a teenager when he realized his father, Prince Salman bin Abdulaziz, was, by Saudi royal standards, a pauper. While other sons of Saudi Arabia’s founder grew wealthy from government business, Salman, then the governor of this capital city, supported his family with handouts from his brother the king. Nearly two decades later, Salman is king, and Mohammed bin Salman, known as MBS, is the crown prince who says he wants to crack down on corruption and remake the Saudi economy along more modern lines.

  • The Wall Street Journal7 days ago

    [$$] Airlines Add Smaller Jets in Busy Trans-Atlantic Market

    Low-fare carrier Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA is using Boeing Co.’s 160-seat 737 Max in the world’s busiest long-haul market, while JetBlue Airways Corp. is eyeing its first European flights with a long-range version of the Airbus SE A321neo, which can carry around 200 passengers. “This will be a game changer,” said Tamur Goudarzi Pour, vice president for the Americas at Deutsche Lufthansa AG, the fifth-largest trans-Atlantic operator and a member alongside United Continental Holdings Inc. of Star Alliance, the biggest interairline association. Capacity on flights between North America and Europe was roughly flat in the decade to 2013.

  • The Wall Street Journal7 days ago

    [$$] WTO Ruling Advances U.S. and Boeing in Case Against Airbus

    A World Trade Organization ruling handing the U.S. a victory over the European Union in their multibillion-dollar jetliner fight may test Europe’s efforts to defend global trade rules from Trump administration criticism. The WTO on Tuesday brought the U.S. a step closer to imposing potentially billions of dollars worth of trade retaliation against the EU over subsidies provided to plane maker Airbus SE that Washington says have harmed Boeing Co.

  • China, Airbus investigating blown-out windshield on plane
    Associated Press8 days ago

    China, Airbus investigating blown-out windshield on plane

    HONG KONG (AP) — Chinese authorities and Airbus are investigating why a plane's windshield blew out midflight, forcing an emergency landing, in an unusual mishap for a country with a booming aviation market and exemplary air safety record.

  • Flightglobal8 days ago

    Airbus starts A330neo cabin tests with TAP jet's first flight

    Airbus has embarked on a cabin test programme for its A330neo with the maiden flight of the first customer aircraft, bound for Portuguese carrier TAP.

  • Airbus moves to comply with WTO subsidies ruling
    Reuters Videosyesterday

    Airbus moves to comply with WTO subsidies ruling

    European planemaker Airbus has said the company - along with France, Germany, Spain and the UK - had made some changes regarding loans for the A380 and A350XWB planes to comply with the World Trade Organisation. As David Pollard reports, the move comes after the U.S. won the right to seek sanctions against European Union goods following a partial victory in its 14-year legal battle against European government support for Airbus at the WTO.

  • Ryanair CEO O'Leary Has No Doubt Fares Will Rise
    Bloomberg Video3 days ago

    Ryanair CEO O'Leary Has No Doubt Fares Will Rise

    May.21 -- Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary discusses the earnings and performance of the airline, and talks about expansion and merger plans. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe."