|Bid||101.18 x 21500|
|Ask||101.22 x 52700|
|Day's range||99.93 - 102.20|
|52-week range||81.90 - 120.92|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||1.88|
|PE ratio (TTM)||18.94|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|Ex-dividend date||20 Apr 2020|
|1y target est||137.67|
(Reuters) -Pratt & Whitney's improved version of the geared turbofan engine used by Airbus SE's strong-selling A320neo jet family will help build backlog, the engine maker said on Thursday. Raytheon Technologies' Pratt said it will also meet the demands of its largest commercial customer, Airbus, which has asked suppliers to explore rates as high as 75 a month by 2025. Pratt says the updated GTF will be the most powerful engine for the A320neo family when it enters service in January 2024.
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PARIS (Reuters) -Jet engine maker Safran said the worst of the coronavirus crisis was over but took a cautious view on long-term airline traffic in a continuing stand-off with Airbus over proposed increases in jetliner production. The French aeronautics supplier also placed almost a third of its recently acquired Zodiac Aerospace business under review, while targeting higher revenues and margins over five years. CEO Olivier Andries said Safran remained committed to building enough engines to allow Airbus to meet a firm output target of 65 A320s a month in 2023, up some 50% from crisis-hit levels, but that it was too early to commit to more.