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Airbus SE (0KVV.IL)

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147.11+0.50 (+0.34%)
At close: 06:45PM GMT
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Previous close146.61
Open147.70
Bid139.76 x 0
Ask154.46 x 0
Day's range146.50 - 148.34
52-week range114.08 - 153.18
Volume517,892
Avg. volume807,988
Market cap120.361B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.66
PE ratio (TTM)30.02
EPS (TTM)4.90
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield1.80 (1.47%)
Ex-dividend date25 Apr 2023
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    Supply chain strains set to weigh on aviation industry bounce-back

    Parts shortages and delivery delays plaguing the global aviation industry are easing, but could take up to two years to resolve, firms at the Singapore Airshow said, adding to the pressures clouding a post-pandemic recovery in travel demand. European planemaker Airbus said it was sending "dozens and dozens" of engineers deep into supply chains to unlock bottlenecks, and aircraft maintenance firms such as Lufthansa Technik said they were stocking more spare parts to mitigate delays. Post-pandemic travel demand has rebounded globally, prompting airlines to order new, more efficient planes to expand networks and cut costs, particularly in Asia Pacific.

  • AFP

    Boeing, Airbus struggle to deliver planes as supply chain woes persist

    Boeing and Airbus struck deals to sell billions of dollars' worth of planes at this week's airshow in Singapore, but supply chain disruptions mean they may struggle to deliver them on time, analysts said.Aviation analyst Shukor Yusof said Boeing and Airbus had already indicated that some of their popular models would be unavailable until 2030.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 2-Record numbers at Singapore Airshow as post-COVID boom raises hopes

    Record numbers attended the trade section of the first fully post-pandemic Singapore Airshow this week, with exhibitors and delegates optimistic about the aviation industry despite suppliers' struggles to keep up with rebounding travel demand. Close to 60,000 people attended the four trade days of the show, nearly four times as many as in 2022 when foreign visitors required daily rapid tests for COVID-19, and more than the 54,000 who visited in 2018. Outside Asia's largest air show, transport problems snarled arrivals and departures, especially during the first days.