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Embraer S.A. (ERJ)

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
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9.50+0.19 (+2.04%)
At close: 04:01PM EDT
9.54 +0.04 (+0.42%)
After hours: 07:11PM EDT
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Previous Close9.31
Open9.28
Bid8.28 x 1300
Ask9.55 x 1100
Day's Range9.24 - 9.60
52 Week Range8.37 - 19.40
Volume2,095,673
Avg. Volume2,587,327
Market Cap1.753B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.04
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.28
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateDec 28, 2018
1y Target Est22.27
  • PR Newswire

    Embraer Signs a Firm Contract for up to 10 Passenger to Freight Conversions

    Embraer [B3: EMBR3, NYSE: ERJ] has signed a firm order for up to 10 Embraer E-Jets Passenger to Freight (P2F) conversions with an undisclosed customer. Aircraft for conversion will come from the customer's current E-Jets fleet, with deliveries starting in 2024. This is the first firm contract for Embraer's P2F, being the second agreement for this kind of operation. In May, Embraer and Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC) announced an agreement in principle to take up to 10 conversion slots for E190F/E1

  • Zacks

    Embraer (ERJ) Arm to Supply Up to 40 eVTOLs to Fahari Aviation

    Embraer S.A.'s (ERJ) subsidiary, Eve UAM, LLC (EVE), signs a Letter of Intent with Fahari Aviation for supplying up to 40 eVTOLs.

  • Reuters

    Japan Airlines eyes replacement of 767s, regional jets - executive

    Japan Airlines (JAL) plans to make a decision in a year or two on the replacement of its ageing fleet of Boeing Co 767s and Embraer SA regional jets, a senior executive said on Tuesday. JAL will consider the 787 and Airbus SE A321neo families as possible replacements for its 767 fleet and the A220 and E2 models for regional jets, said Ross Leggett, the airline's head of route marketing, international relations and alliances. "We have got a fairly large 787 fleet, so whether it is an A321 that could then be used quite well within Asia as well, we really haven't looked at the full decision," he told Reuters on the sidelines of an airline industry gathering in Doha.

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