|Bid||153.70 x 900|
|Ask||176.80 x 800|
|Day's Range||153.70 - 155.38|
|52 Week Range||120.75 - 167.75|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||N/A|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||37.62|
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Israeli defense electronics firm Elbit Systems said on Wednesday its nanosatellite, called Nanova, was successfully launched into space. Nanova was developed in collaboration with an unnamed U.S. company and is planned to be a part of a nanosatellite constellation for commercial purposes. Nanova will be operated from a ground control station set up in Haifa, Israel.
Elbit Systems of America subsidiary, Kollsman, Inc., was awarded a Prototype Project (Agreement) via the Sensors Communications and Electronics Consortium (SCEC) Other Transaction Agreement (OTA) held by SOSSEC, Inc. for the development of the Multi-Domain User Sensor Architecture (MDUSA) targeting system in support of the United States Army. The company's solution, will enable the dismounted soldier to prosecute targets with true handheld targeting, while increasing situational awareness in a small, lightweight, modular package.
Israeli defence electronics firm Elbit Systems reported lower quarterly net profit despite increased revenue, weighed down by higher financing, marketing and research expenses and acquisition costs. The maker of drones, pilot helmet displays and cyber security systems said on Tuesday it earned $1.33 per diluted share excluding one-time items in the third quarter, down from $1.57 a year earlier. Elbit's shares were down 2.7% in morning trade in Tel Aviv, but up 29% in the past year.
Backlog of orders at $9.8 billion; Revenues at $1,101 million; Non-GAAP net income of $59 million; GAAP net income of $72 million; Non-GAAP net EPS of $1.33; GAAP net EPS of $1.63
Elbit Systems Ltd. (NASDAQ: ESLT) (TASE: ESLT) (the "Company") announced today that at its Extraordinary and Annual General Meeting of Shareholders (the "Meeting") held on November 20, 2019 at the Company's offices in Haifa, the proposed resolutions described in the Proxy Statement to the Shareholders dated October 10, 2019 (the "Proxy") and detailed hereunder were approved by the respective required majority:
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Israeli defence electronics company Elbit Systems reported higher quarterly profit on Thursday, driven by its acquisition of rival IMI, and said it would continue to target the U.S. market to help fuel growth. Elbit is in the process of buying Harris Corp's night vision business for $350 million. It would be Elbit's third acquisition since 2018 and provide at least $160 million of annual revenue as the firm seeks to bolster its portfolio.
Israeli defence electronics company Elbit Systems reported higher quarterly profit on Thursday, driven by its acquisition of rival IMI, and said it would continue to target the U.S. market to help fuel growth. Elbit is in the process of buying Harris Corp's night vision business for $350 million.
Israel-based Elbit Systems on Wednesday said it would keep an eye out for possible acquisitions if the proposed merger of U.S. aerospace companies Raytheon Co and United Technologies Corp triggers certain divestments. Kril said Elbit was committed to expanding in the United States, and would keep a close eye on any possible divestments ordered by U.S. authorities reviewing the proposed merger.
Israel's Foresight Autonomous Holdings signed an agreement with a subsidiary of Elbit Systems for exclusive marketing of its image processing software for the defence, paramilitary and homeland security markets. Israel-based Elbit intends to integrate Foresight’s software into its products and market it globally. The software will be used in military and security land vehicles, including unmanned vehicles, Foresight said in a statement on Wednesday.
The Haifa, Israel-based company said it had profit of $1.18 per share. Earnings, adjusted for amortization costs and non-recurring costs, came to $1.54 per share. The maker of defense electronics posted ...
Israeli defence electronics firm Elbit Systems reported a rise in first-quarter net profit on Tuesday and forecast further improvements in 2019 following its acquisition of IMI Systems. The maker of drones, pilot helmet displays and cyber security systems said it earned $1.54 per diluted share excluding one-time items in the January-March period, up from $1.29 a year earlier. Elbit bought rival IMI Systems, a manufacturer of military systems best known for being an early maker of the Uzi submachine gun, from the government for $500 million in November.
Israeli defence electronics firm Elbit Systems reported on Tuesday higher first-quarter net profit, boosted by its acquisition of IMI Systems. The maker of drones, pilot helmet displays and cyber security systems said it earned $1.54 per diluted share excluding one-time items in the January-March period, up from $1.29 a year earlier. In November Elbit bought rival IMI Systems from the government for $500 million.
Taking the soldier into the digital battlefield, with new wearable technology - being showcased by Israel-based company Elbit Systems at the international Defence and Security Exhibition in London. The company's Vice President Gil Maoz says the equipment - comprising of a visor, night vision goggles, wrist-mounted computer and gunsight will give soldiers better information during combat. Targets can be identified as friend or foe using augmented reality technology within the SmartEye ballistic visor. (SOUNDBITE) (English) VICE PRESIDENT AT ELBIT SYSTEMS, GIL MAOZ, SAYING: " "So when he's aiming his weapon at the target he will see if it's one of our own forces or an enemy and therefore either protecting our forces and increasing safety or being far more effective towards the enemy. Our goal is to enhance a soldier's lethality and his survivability. Elbit says the technology is not experimental and has already been tried and tested by armed forces. It's using the show as an opportunity to promote the equipment for its DOMINATOR warrior combat suite, hoping to catch the attention of the British military.