|Bid||346.82 x 800|
|Ask||0.00 x 1100|
|Day's Range||341.67 - 348.50|
|52 Week Range||234.29 - 374.48|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||21.76|
|Earnings Date||Oct 23, 2018 - Oct 29, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||6.84 (1.97%)|
|1y Target Est||410.09|
Investing.com - The Dow closed sharply higher on Friday as traders cheered reports that plans were afoot for a meeting between President Trump and Chinese counterpart Xi that could pave the way for an end to the trade war.
Apple hit a new high, but it was fellow Dow Jones industrial components Boeing and Walmart that sent the 30-stock blue chip index soaring on Thursday. Stocks rallied broadly overall.
As the aviation industry fights for skilled workers, ATS CEO and President Matt Yerbic said the fast-growing aerospace company needed someone to lead the search for talent and retention efforts.
Investing.com - Deere&Company reported third quarter earnings that beat analyst's expectations on Friday and reported revenue that topped forecasts.
NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / August 17, 2018 / U.S. markets bounced back on Thursday after Walmart and Cisco reported upbeat quarterly earnings. “Earnings out of Walmart are very positive for the market as it is a reflection not just of Walmart’s online growth but it offers a positive snapshot of the U.S. consumer,” said chief market strategist at Prudential Financial, Quincy Krosby. The Boeing's stock jumped 4.29% Thursday, to close the day at $345.98.
Boeing BA shares have left the runway. Shares of the aerospace giant climbed 4 percent Thursday on the heels of a bullish call from UBS , resuming a rally that's seen the company's stock surge 46 percent in the past year. Another boon for Boeing should be the aerospace and defense giant's diversified revenue exposure and its prominence in the defense industry.
Adient's ADNT stock has taken a wild ride since the October 2016 spin-off from Johnson Controls. The shares briefly dipped under $40 in November 2016, then reached an all-time high of $86.42 in September 2017.
Investing.com - The Dow had its best day in months as investors cheered bullish earnings from Walmart and optimism over U.S-China relations as both parties will resume trade talks.
A Xiamen Air aircraft with 165 people on board veered off an airport runway in the Philippines capital of Manila shortly before midnight (1555 GMT) on Thursday, but there were no casualties. The Boeing 737-800, landing after a flight from Xiamen "went off the runway during a heavy downpour", said Connie Bungag, the officer in charge of Manila International Airport Authority's (MIAA) public affairs office, said. Xiamen Air is a subsidiary of China Southern Airlines .
Deere & Company will be the biggest earnings report on Friday, but a poor earnings number out of chip giant Nvidia Thursday night could set a negative tone for markets in the morning.
The Dow Jones industrial average shined Thursday, spearheading a broad rebound in the stock market that was big on breadth but short on participation from leading stocks.
News that China trade talks will restart soon fueled a nice rally on Wall Street Thursday. Blue-chips Boeing, Walmart and Cisco Systems outperformed.
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A plane from China veered off a runway at Manila's airport while landing in a downpour near midnight then got stuck in a muddy field with one engine and wheel ripped off before the 165 people on board scrambled out through an emergency slide, officials said Friday. Only four passengers sustained scratches and all the rest including eight crewmembers aboard Xiamen Air Flight 8667 were safe and taken to an airport terminal, where they were given blankets and food before going to a hotel, airport general manager Ed Monreal told a news conference. The Boeing 737 from China's coastal city of Xiamen at first attempted but failed to land apparently due to poor visibility that may have hindered the pilots' view of the runway, Director-General of the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines Jim Sydiongco told reporters.
Shares of Boeing (BA) are winging higher on Thursday, helped by news that U.S.-China trade talks are back on and an analyst upgrade. Where we were: Boeing shares had been hurt by trade tensions when the issue flared in the past, although that hasn't stopped the stock from easily outperforming the broader market this year, on the heels of 2017's stellar success. Where we're headed: Plenty higher, if UBS is right.
While its agreement with the Boeing Co. on a planned joint venture for commercial aircraft has garnered all the headlines of late, the CEO of Embraer, Paulo Cesar de Souza e Silva, said this week that the Brazilian company isn’t losing sight of the business jets it builds in competition against the likes of Textron Aviation and Bombardier Learjet in Wichita.
Eric Lindblad, who oversees development of Boeing's new 777X widebody in Everett, will replace 737 boss Scott Campbell when he retires at the end of the year.
Millennium Space Systems works on small satellites designed to bring low-cost access to space to its customers. It’s the latest deal by Boeing to snap up a small company working on technology that has the potential to shape the future of military and commercial flight.
Shares of Boeing Co. (ba) powered up 4.5% in afternoon trade Thursday, bouncing after a month-to-date drop of 6.9%, after UBS analyst Myles Walton upgraded the aerospace and defense giant, saying recent concerns over supplier issues and a trade war with China has created "attractive buying opportunities." Walton raised his rating to buy from neutral, and boosted his stock price target to $515, which is 49% above current levels, from $357. "We believe [Boeing] shares carry the best upside in the sector with much of the cash growth and margin expansion story set to be unlocked...," Walton wrote in a note to clients.
It’s the latest deal by Boeing to snap up a small company working on innovative technology that has the potential to shape the future of military and commercial flight.
ARLINGTON, Va., Aug. 16, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Boeing [NYSE: BA] will acquire Millennium Space Systems, a provider of agile, flight-proven small-satellite solutions, under an acquisition agreement that will expand Boeing's satellite and space portfolio, talent and capabilities. "Millennium Space Systems' expertise in vertically-integrated small-satellite solutions perfectly complements Boeing's existing satellite portfolio, and will allow us to meet the needs of a diverse customer set," said Leanne Caret, president and CEO of Boeing Defense, Space & Security. Millennium Space Systems was founded in 2001 and is based in El Segundo, Calif. With approximately 260 employees, the company has developed high-performance satellites for exacting missions ranging from 50 KG to more than 6,000 KG.
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