SPR - Spirit AeroSystems Holdings, Inc.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
78.54
+5.20 (+7.09%)
At close: 4:05PM EDT
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Previous Close73.34
Open77.14
Bid0.00 x 900
Ask0.00 x 800
Day's Range77.14 - 81.50
52 Week Range64.48 - 100.34
Volume2,377,435
Avg. Volume905,976
Market Cap8.125B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.28
PE Ratio (TTM)12.82
EPS (TTM)6.12
Earnings DateJul 31, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield0.48 (0.64%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-06-14
1y Target Est95.00
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  • Why Spirit Aerosystems Stock Popped 7% Today
    Motley Fool3 days ago

    Why Spirit Aerosystems Stock Popped 7% Today

    A dark cloud for Boeing reveals a silver lining for Spirit.

  • National workforce board lands in Wichita to listen, learn and repeat
    American City Business Journals5 days ago

    National workforce board lands in Wichita to listen, learn and repeat

    A national organization focused on workforce development is in Wichita this week to learn firsthand how the city and region are addressing labor needs. Ronald Painter, CEO of the National Association of Workforce Boards, along with other members of his organization, met Wednesday with a group of local workforce stakeholders — the Workforce Alliance of South Central Kansas, education and government officials, business leaders, and other workforce boards from around the region. The reason for landing in Wichita is to hear about what the city is doing right and how, from a federal level, that work can be boosted and replicated elsewhere.

  • Spirit AeroSystems to Release Second Quarter 2019
    PR Newswire6 days ago

    Spirit AeroSystems to Release Second Quarter 2019

    Financial Results July 31 WICHITA, Kan. , July 16, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Spirit AeroSystems Holdings, Inc. will release its second quarter 2019 financial results at 6:30 a.m. Central Time Wednesday ...

  • Benzinga6 days ago

    Jim Cramer Weighs In On Marvell, General Motors And More

    Jim Cramer said Monday on “ Mad Money " that Marvell Technology Group Ltd. (NASDAQ: MRVL ) is a buy, calling it the No. 1 5G name. Cramer doesn't like any auto companies and would avoid General Motors ...

  • Boeing says it has no plans to change 737 MAX name
    American City Business Journals7 days ago

    Boeing says it has no plans to change 737 MAX name

    Photos of a 737 MAX for Ireland-based Ryanair that popped up on social media showed the MAX name no longer appearing on the aircraft's nose.

  • Airline group CEO’s reason for big Boeing bet bodes well for Wichita
    American City Business Journals10 days ago

    Airline group CEO’s reason for big Boeing bet bodes well for Wichita

    The CEO of IAG says his group's rationale for committing to buy 200 737 MAXs wasn't about price.

  • Need To Know: Spirit AeroSystems Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:SPR) Insiders Have Been Selling Shares
    Simply Wall St.10 days ago

    Need To Know: Spirit AeroSystems Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:SPR) Insiders Have Been Selling Shares

    We've lost count of how many times insiders have accumulated shares in a company that goes on to improve markedly...

  • Boeing's 737 program leader to retire
    American City Business Journals11 days ago

    Boeing's 737 program leader to retire

    The head of the Boeing Co.’s troubled 737 jet program will retire from the company in the coming weeks. Eric Lindblad, who has led the 737 program for less than 12 months — brought in last year to lead it when the company's biggest concern was ironing out supply chain issues — will depart after 34 years with Boeing.  Those concerns were soon overshadowed, however, by two deadly crashes of the jet in five months. The CEO of Boeing Commercial Airplanes, Kevin McAllister, notified employees of the change in a memo provided to the WBJ by the company following initial media reports Wednesday afternoon.  “I have admired Eric’s resolve and drive, and we are grateful for his service and dedication,” McAllister said, adding that Lindblad had already expressed a desire to retire last year.  The 737 MAX, Boeing’s (NYSE: BA) fastest-selling aircraft ever, has been grounded since the middle of March.  Lindblad will be succeeded as the head of the 737 program by Mark Jenks, who had previously been leading the company’s development efforts of a potential new mid-market airplane (NMA).

  • Analyst: Boeing’s MAX pains a threat to U.S. economy
    American City Business Journals11 days ago

    Analyst: Boeing’s MAX pains a threat to U.S. economy

    Loren Thompson, of the Lexington Institute, says the U.S. economy needs to care about getting the 737 MAX safely and quickly back into service.

  • Airbus cruises past MAX-plagued Boeing
    American City Business Journals12 days ago

    Airbus cruises past MAX-plagued Boeing

    As the Boeing Co. continues to be impacted by the grounding of its 737 MAX, its European rival Airbus is stretching a lead that will likely give it the industry’s delivery crown for 2019.  With both companies now having reported order and delivery totals for the first half of the year, Airbus led on deliveries 389 to 239 through the end of June.

  • MAX fallout: Boeing deliveries down 37 percent in first half
    American City Business Journals13 days ago

    MAX fallout: Boeing deliveries down 37 percent in first half

    The fast-selling 737 MAX remains grounded and deliveries halted as Boeing works to return the jet to service.

  • Boeing’s Bad News Saw Spirit AeroSystems Fall Over 5% Yesterday
    Market Realist13 days ago

    Boeing’s Bad News Saw Spirit AeroSystems Fall Over 5% Yesterday

    Spirit AeroSystems fell over 5% on July 8 following news of Boeing's loss of a major customer for its 737 MAX aircraft to its rival Airbus.

  • Spirit Fell Over 5% Yesterday on Boeing’s Bad News
    Market Realist13 days ago

    Spirit Fell Over 5% Yesterday on Boeing’s Bad News

    Spirit AeroSystems fell over 5% on July 8 following news of Boeing's loss of a major customer for its 737 MAX aircraft to its rival Airbus.

  • Spirit AeroSystems shares near 2019 low after Boeing loses 737 MAX customer
    American City Business Journals14 days ago

    Spirit AeroSystems shares near 2019 low after Boeing loses 737 MAX customer

    Shares of Spirit AeroSystems Inc. were nearing their lowest level of 2019 on Monday following news that the Boeing Co. had lost a customer for its 737 MAX passenger jet.  Saudi budget carrier flyadeal on Sunday said a new allocation from its parent company of up to 50 Airbus A320neo jets would make it an all-Airbus operator, signaling that it would not finalize an order commitment for up to 50 737 MAX jets announced in December.

  • Boeing pledges $100 million to support families of MAX crash victims
    American City Business Journals19 days ago

    Boeing pledges $100 million to support families of MAX crash victims

    The Boeing Co. on Wednesday announced that it has set aside $100 million to support the families and communities impacted by the two deadly crashes of its 737 MAX.  The company said in a press release that the funds to be distributed over the next several years will support education, hardship and living expenses for affected families, community programs and economic development in communities impacted by the crashes of Lion Air Flight 610 in October and Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 in March. “We at Boeing are sorry for the tragic loss of lives in both of these accidents and these lives lost will continue to weigh heavily on our hearts and minds for years to come,” says Dennis Muilenburg, CEO at Boeing (NYSE: BA).

  • Spirit AeroSystems Downgraded on Boeing’s 737 MAX Uncertainty
    Market Realist19 days ago

    Spirit AeroSystems Downgraded on Boeing’s 737 MAX Uncertainty

    Shares of Spirit AeroSystems Holdings (SPR) fell nearly 3% after investment company Jefferies downgraded its rating on the stock and slashed its earnings outlook.

  • Jefferies downgrades Spirit AeroSystems on 737 MAX uncertainties
    American City Business Journals20 days ago

    Jefferies downgrades Spirit AeroSystems on 737 MAX uncertainties

    The firm moved Spirit from a "buy" to "hold" rating and lowered its price target.

  • Barrons.com20 days ago

    New Boeing 737 MAX Delays Will Hit Stock Longer Than Expected

    News of additional delays returning the troubled jet to service means the worldwide grounding will affect financial results until 2021.

  • Analysts: Boeing not likely to hit 57 per month on 737 until 2021
    American City Business Journals24 days ago

    Analysts: Boeing not likely to hit 57 per month on 737 until 2021

    Moody's Investors Service says latest 737 MAX setback will push even the return to 52 per month until July 2020.

  • Boeing, Spirit stocks slide as 737 MAX gets more bad news
    American City Business Journals25 days ago

    Boeing, Spirit stocks slide as 737 MAX gets more bad news

    After the FAA said it found a new issue, Southwest bumps the 737 MAX from its schedule until October.

  • TheStreet.com25 days ago

    Boeing's Bad News Spills Over to Broad Supply Chain

    grounded planes and backlog are causing a ripple effect across its supply chains. "A key takeaway from out meetings at the Paris Air Show was that suppliers will have to either cut below 52 per month on MAX, or face an extended stay at 52 (per) month likely well into 2020," Barclays analyst David Strauss said.

  • Boeing CEO says 737 MAX has resulted in 'personnel changes'
    American City Business Journals26 days ago

    Boeing CEO says 737 MAX has resulted in 'personnel changes'

    Dennis Muilenburg acknowledged at least some MAX-related removals in an interview with Axios at the Aspen Ideas Festival.

  • Concern over 737 MAX cuts cost of Onex purchase of WestJet
    American City Business Journals28 days ago

    Concern over 737 MAX cuts cost of Onex purchase of WestJet

    Onex, which formerly owned Spirit AeroSystems Inc. in Wichita, cut its original offer for the Canadian airline over concerns including the grounding of the 737 MAX.

  • Report: American Airlines CEO says politics could delay 737 MAX return
    American City Business Journals28 days ago

    Report: American Airlines CEO says politics could delay 737 MAX return

    The airline executive told employees that he doesn't believe the FAA wants to act alone in returning the jet to service.

  • Cybersecurity Risks Are Threatening Deals, Industry Survey Shows
    Bloomberg28 days ago

    Cybersecurity Risks Are Threatening Deals, Industry Survey Shows

    (Bloomberg) -- Cybersecurity issues are increasingly becoming a concern in mergers and acquisitions, a new survey shows, and lapses can jeopardize deals or haunt purchasers long after the deal is done.Of more than 2,700 information technology and business decision makers surveyed by Forescout Technologies Inc. in seven countries, 53% reported that their organization had encountered a critical cybersecurity issue or incident that put an M&A deal in jeopardy. And 65% of respondents said they had experienced buyers’ remorse because of cybersecurity concerns after closing a deal.The findings, released Monday, show that taking the time to conduct cybersecurity evaluations is important before and during an acquisition, even if it means finalizing the deal gets delayed, said Julie Cullivan, chief technology and people officer at Forescout. The company sells a security platform that allows companies to monitor and control access to their networks.“Cybersecurity is a challenge for every organization, and risk factors are changing all the time,” Cullivan said. “It’s about making sure you put as much energy into it up front.”Recent acquisitions highlight the threat that cyber risks can pose to a company’s reputation and bottom line.Verizon Communications Inc. acquired Yahoo’s Internet properties in 2017 at a $350 million discount after security breaches surfaced at the web company. And Marriott International Inc. inherited a massive security risk when it bought Starwood, including a breach that was disclosed just days after the deal was announced.Yahoo and Starwood aren’t isolated incidents. Earlier this month, Asco Industries, which Spirit AeroSystems Holdings Inc. agreed to buy in May 2018, was hit by a large-scale ransomware attack. The attacked cause a “serious” disruption of Asco’s activities and its sites in Belgium, Canada, Germany and the U.S. were stopped.Spirit AeroSystems won EU approval for the deal in March, but the acquisition has yet to be completed.Thorough cybersecurity assessments that include utilizing third-party audits can often help avoid these types of issues, said Joe Cardamone, senior information security analyst and North America privacy officer for Haworth Inc., a designer and manufacturer of office furnishing products in Holland, Michigan.“It’s not an intangible risk. It’s a very tangible thing and true money that can be lost,” said Cardamone, who has been involved in Haworth’s acquisition of at least six companies. “Treat it like you are buying a used car. I’d still want to look underneath the hood.”Haworth, which is a Forescout customer, revamped its acquisition policy about five years ago to include information security.\--With assistance from Joshua Fineman.To contact the reporter on this story: Derek Hall in Chicago at dhall129@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Catherine Larkin at clarkin4@bloomberg.net, Jeran WittensteinFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.