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BAE Systems plc (BA.L)


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Previous close630.50
Open630.00
Bid620.00 x 297300
Ask640.00 x 436600
Day's range626.00 - 639.00
52-week range464.80 - 657.00
Volume8,382,320
Avg. volume8,537,375
Market cap20.25B
Beta0.77
PE ratio (TTM)22.21
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Dividend & yield0.29 (3.59%)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters - UK Focus6 hours ago

    Bulgaria opts for Swedish Gripen combat jets

    Bulgaria has decided to start talks with Sweden to acquire eight new Gripen combat jets made by SAAB (LSE: 0GWL.L - news) , interim deputy prime minister Stefan Yanev said on Wednesday, as the Balkan (LSE: 0IS4.L - news) country seeks to replace its ageing Soviet-designed MiG (Shenzhen: 300242.SZ - news) -29s. A special commission for the negotiations is expected to be set up within a week, Yanev said. The talks with Sweden will be held by Bulgaria's next government, which is expected to take office next week.

  • Capital Cube22 hours ago

    ETFs with exposure to BAE Systems Plc : April 25, 2017

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  • Reuters - UK Focusyesterday

    German ministry sees big jump in costs for MKS 180 ship programme

    Germany's defence ministry on Tuesday projected a cost increase of 525 million euros ($570.99 million) in its 4 billion euro programme to build four MKS 180 multi-role warships, and it signalled a further delay in the project. Germany and its allies in NATO report a sharp increase in Russian naval activities to levels exceeding those seen during the Cold War, prompting concerns for the current distribution of Western naval defences. Defence ministry State Secretary Markus Gruebel told lawmakers in a letter viewed by Reuters the extra money was needed to ensure the ships' future capabilities and increase protections for the crew and the vessel.