|Symbol||Name||Price (Intraday)||Change||% Change||Volume||Avg Vol (3 month)||Market Cap||PE Ratio (TTM)||52 Week Range|
|UPS||United Parcel Service, Inc.||197.77||-0.28||-0.14%||6.229M||3.523M||172.165B||33.40|
|HON||Honeywell International Inc.||212.50||-3.79||-1.75%||5.427M||2.552M||147.593B||32.53|
|UNP||Union Pacific Corporation||214.81||-4.26||-1.94%||4.792M||2.598M||142.699B||27.80|
|BA||The Boeing Company||237.35||-1.87||-0.78%||11.804M||13.092M||138.805B||N/A|
|RTX||Raytheon Technologies Corporation||85.92||-1.21||-1.39%||10.387M||6.43M||130.177B||N/A|
|GE||General Electric Company||12.78||-0.22||-1.69%||81.361M||60.062M||112.191B||N/A|
|LMT||Lockheed Martin Corporation||379.19||-3.71||-0.97%||1.943M||1.34M||105.39B||15.30|
|DE||Deere & Company||328.97||+0.59||+0.18%||2.924M||1.697M||102.62B||22.68|
|ADP||Automatic Data Processing, Inc.||192.90||-4.60||-2.33%||2.618M||1.692M||82.082B||33.52|
|CNI||Canadian National Railway Company||104.68||-1.32||-1.25%||3.447M||1.98M||74.495B||26.37|
|ITW||Illinois Tool Works Inc.||219.56||-3.48||-1.56%||1.822M||980,152||69.355B||31.51|
|NSC||Norfolk Southern Corporation||261.43||-5.49||-2.06%||1.694M||1.101M||65.421B||28.94|
|NOC||Northrop Grumman Corporation||367.19||-1.51||-0.41%||2.387M||910,822||59.103B||13.52|
|WM||Waste Management, Inc.||137.07||-2.23||-1.60%||2.533M||1.492M||57.861B||37.45|
|GPN||Global Payments Inc.||190.83||-2.44||-1.26%||2.103M||1.357M||56.336B||89.63|
|ETN||Eaton Corporation plc||139.26||-3.36||-2.36%||3.067M||1.793M||55.495B||39.17|
|EMR||Emerson Electric Co.||92.27||-1.75||-1.86%||4.943M||2.673M||55.334B||26.03|
|GD||General Dynamics Corporation||185.15||-2.53||-1.35%||2.568M||1.079M||52.323B||16.75|
|TRI||Thomson Reuters Corporation||97.13||-0.99||-1.01%||352,454||437,960||48.427B||8.11|
|ROP||Roper Technologies, Inc.||449.41||-5.49||-1.21%||631,647||425,063||47.295B||47.65|
Jeff Bezos is heading to space. Bezos and his brother will be among the first passengers his Blue Origin space company takes into space, the beginning of what Blue Origin hopes is a lucrative space tourism business. It is an exciting time to be following Blue Origin, and investors surely would love to go along for the ride.
(FDX) (MGP) and (HRB) were among the U.S. companies that declared dividend increases this week. FedEx, the global shipper based in Memphis, plans to boost its quarterly payout to 75 cents a share, up 10 cents, or 15%, from 65 cents. As of Thursday’s close, the stock had returned about 11% this year, dividends included.
(FDX) can charge higher fees when demand strengthens, thanks to the duopoly it shares with (UPS) That should add up to a strong earnings report this coming week. Massive demand for shipping—even as companies charge more for their products due to supply constraints—has allowed FedEx (ticker: FDX) to hike its prices without added expenses, explains Rick Patterson, an analyst at Loop Capital Markets. Investors will get a chance to put all that to the test on June 24, when FedEx reports earnings.
Boeing Co's 737 MAX 10, the largest member of its best-selling single-aisle airplane family, took off on its maiden flight on Friday, in a further step toward recovering from the safety grounding of a smaller model. The plane completed a roughly 2-1/2-hour flight over Washington State, returning to Renton Municipal Airport near Seattle at 12:38 p.m. The first flight heralds months of testing and safety certification work before the jet is expected to enter service in 2023.
Boeing Co. said late Friday that its 737-10, the largest jet in the 737 Max family, completed its "successful" first flight, kicking off a test program for the plane. The plane is expected to begin service in 2023 after testing and certification. "The 737-10 is an important part of our customers' fleet plans, giving them more capacity, greater fuel efficiency and the best per-seat economics of any single-aisle airplane," said Stan Deal, chief executive of Boeing's commercial airplanes unit. The
Tony Uttley, President of Honeywell Quantum Solutions and Ilyas Khan, Cambridge Quantum Computing CEO, joined Yahoo Finance Live to discuss the merging of their companies and the future of quantum computing.
Boeing's [NYSE: BA] 737-10, the largest airplane in the 737 MAX family, today completed a successful first flight. The airplane took off from Renton Field in Renton, Washington, at 10:07 a.m. and landed at 12:38 p.m. at Boeing Field in Seattle.
In the stock market, words are sometimes more important than actions, Jim Cramer told his Mad Money viewers Friday. Between the Fed and the seasonal weakness between now and the July 4th holiday, Cramer said we're in for a rough week next week. On Monday, St. Louis Fed Chair James Bullard will speak, followed by Fed Chair Jay Powell on Tuesday.