BA - The Boeing Company

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Previous close355.33
Open353.04
Bid354.24 x 900
Ask354.49 x 900
Day's range353.00 - 355.40
52-week range209.41 - 374.48
Volume377,547
Avg. volume3,810,093
Market cap206.966B
Beta1.73
PE ratio (TTM)23.60
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield6.84 (2.05%)
Ex-dividend date2018-08-09
1y target estN/A
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  • Reuters4 hours ago

    VietJet provisionally orders 100 Boeing 737 jets

    Boeing Co (BA.N) struck a new deal for 100 passenger jets with Vietnamese budget airline VietJet Aviation JSC (VJC.HM) on Wednesday, deepening a battle for market share against rival Airbus (AIR.PA) in one of southeast Asia's hottest markets. Boeing and VietJet signed the provisional order for 100 Boeing 737 MAX airplanes worth almost $13 billion at list prices at the Farnborough Airshow in southern England.

  • Reuters4 hours ago

    Boeing would be 'thrilled' with role on new UK fighter - defence CEO

    Boeing Co (BA.N), the world's largest planemaker, would be "thrilled" to participate in a new British fighter jet programme, the company's defence chief said, although she said Britain still needed to clarify details about the project. Leanne Caret, chief executive of Boeing Defense, Space & Security, told Reuters in an interview at the Farnborough Airshow this week that Boeing was watching the situation but that it was premature to make more definitive statements. "If there is an opportunity where the Boeing Company can participate and play, we will be absolutely honoured and thrilled to be part of that journey," she added.

  • Boeing would be 'thrilled' with role on new UK fighter-defence CEO
    Reuters4 hours ago

    Boeing would be 'thrilled' with role on new UK fighter-defence CEO

    Boeing Co (BA.N), the world's largest planemaker, would be "thrilled" to participate in a new British fighter jet programme, the company's defence chief said, although she said Britain still needed to clarify details about the project. Leanne Caret, chief executive of Boeing Defense, Space & Security, told Reuters in an interview at the Farnborough Airshow this week that Boeing was watching the situation but that it was premature to make more definitive statements. "If there is an opportunity where the Boeing Company can participate and play, we will be absolutely honoured and thrilled to be part of that journey," she added.

  • Trump promotes job training as employers search for workers
    Associated Press17 hours ago

    Trump promotes job training as employers search for workers

    Promoting a robust economy, President Donald Trump pressed U.S. companies and trade associations on Thursday to enhance their job training programs as employers search for qualified skilled workers to fill vacancies. At an event in the East Room, Trump told corporate leaders and workers that the nation's students and workers need more opportunities to attain apprenticeships, vocational opportunities and job training. The president said nearly two dozen companies and trade organizations had agreed to sign a pledge to provide the training for their workforce during the next five years.

  • The Latest: Trump: US needs 'people with training' for jobs
    Associated Press19 hours ago

    The Latest: Trump: US needs 'people with training' for jobs

    President Donald Trump says nearly two dozen companies and trade organizations are signing his pledge to provide job training and apprenticeship programs as a way to boost the U.S. economy. Trump said Thursday at an event at the White House that the pledge will help train about 3.8 million students and workers for new jobs and rewarding careers. Some of the companies signing the pledge include IBM, Lockheed Martin and FedEx.

  • Reuters20 hours ago

    Boeing wins air show as Airbus gets boost from AirAsia

    Boeing (BA.N) claimed victory on Thursday after outselling rival Airbus (AIR.PA) at this week's Farnborough Airshow, where the world's largest planemakers repeated last year's comparable haul of around 900 orders with the help of leasing industry demand. The world's largest planemaker said it had won 528 orders and commitments at the event in southern England, while Airbus reported 431 new deals, or 371 excluding the recently acquired Bombardier CSeries, now rebranded A220. Airbus blamed the incognito wave on trade tensions that had made some firms nervous about appearing to side with the United States or other economic powers amid heated trade rhetoric.

  • Reuters - UK Focus20 hours ago

    Boeing wins air show as Airbus gets boost from AirAsia

    Boeing (Swiss: BA-USD.SW - news) claimed victory on Thursday after outselling rival Airbus at this week's Farnborough Airshow, where the world's largest planemakers repeated last year's comparable haul of around 900 orders with the help of leasing industry demand. The world's largest planemaker said it had won 528 orders and commitments at the event in southern England, while Airbus reported 431 new deals, or 371 excluding the recently acquired Bombardier CSeries, now rebranded A220.

  • The Wall Street Journal20 hours ago

    [$$] Lockheed Leads Industrial-Goods Companies in Management Top 250

    Half of the industrial-goods companies in the Management Top 250 scored in the top 20% for overall management effectiveness. Lockheed Martin scored in the top 1% of the companies studied for financial strength, while Boeing was in the top 2%.

  • Reuters21 hours ago

    Aviation industry urged to hire more women as staff shortages loom

    Executives from top aerospace and aviation companies called on Thursday for stepped-up efforts to attract more women, saying this could help solve looming shortages of pilots, mechanics and top managers in the traditionally male-dominated sector. The industries are coming under scrutiny because of the low numbers of women employed as senior executives or airline pilots. The head of Qatar Airways, Akbar Al Baker, caused a storm last month when he said that a woman could not do his job, although he later apologised, saying his comments had been intended as a joke and were taken out of context.

  • Reuters21 hours ago

    Boeing sees foreign orders making 40 percent of defence sales in a decade

    U.S. aerospace giant Boeing Co could generate more than 40 percent of its defence sales from international customers in a decade, the head of international sales told Reuters. Boeing is the world's largest planemaker and its commercial backlog is nearly 10 times that of its defence business. The company on Thursday said it won 528 new orders and commitments for commercial aircraft at the Farnborough Airshow this week.

  • Boeing, Airbus report roaring sales at close of Farnborough
    Associated Press21 hours ago

    Boeing, Airbus report roaring sales at close of Farnborough

    LONDON (AP) — Airbus and Boeing say demand for aircraft surged at the Farnborough International Airshow amid increased passenger and cargo traffic.

  • Business Insider UK22 hours ago

    Boeing, Airbus report roaring sales at close of Farnborough

    Airbus and Boeing say demand for aircraft surged at the Farnborough International Airshow amid increased passenger and cargo traffic. The world's biggest commercial aircraft makers reported firm orders and commitments for future purchases worth billions of dollars as the show's commercial side ended Thursday. U.S.-based Boeing announced a total of 673 orders and commitments for planes, compared with 571 at last year's Paris Air Show, which alternates with Farnborough as the aviation industry's premier showcase.

  • Business Insider UK22 hours ago

    Boeing, Airbus report roaring sales at close of Farnborough

    Airbus and Boeing say demand for aircraft surged at the Farnborough International Airshow amid increased passenger and cargo traffic. The world's biggest commercial aircraft makers reported firm orders and commitments for future purchases worth billions of dollars as the show's commercial side ended Thursday. U.S.-based Boeing announced a total of 673 orders and commitments for planes, compared with 571 at last year's Paris Air Show, which alternates with Farnborough as the aviation industry's premier showcase.

  • Reuters22 hours ago

    Boeing sees foreign orders making 40 percent of defense sales in a decade

    U.S. aerospace giant Boeing Co (BA.N) could generate more than 40 percent of its defence sales from international customers in a decade, the head of international sales told Reuters. Boeing is the world's largest planemaker and its commercial backlog is nearly 10 times that of its defence business. The company on Thursday said it won 528 new orders and commitments for commercial aircraft at the Farnborough Airshow this week.

  • Reuters - UK Focus23 hours ago

    Aviation industry urged to hire more women as staff shortages loom

    Executives from top aerospace and aviation companies called on Thursday for stepped-up efforts to attract more women, saying this could help solve looming shortages of pilots, mechanics and top managers in the traditionally male-dominated sector. The industries are coming under scrutiny because of the low numbers of women employed as senior executives or airline pilots. The head of Qatar Airways, Akbar Al Baker, caused a storm last month when he said that a woman could not do his job, although he later apologised, saying his comments had been intended as a joke and were taken out of context.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Boeing says sold 528 planes at Farnborough

    FARNBOROUGH, England (Reuters) - Boeing Co (BA.N) said on Thursday it had won 528 new orders and commmitments at the Farnborough Airshow this week, buoyed by demand for freighters as air cargo markets ...

  • Will Commercial Deliveries Drive Boeing's (BA) Q2 Earnings?
    Zacksyesterday

    Will Commercial Deliveries Drive Boeing's (BA) Q2 Earnings?

    Boeing's (BA) defense shipments declined 64.4% from the year-ago figure

  • Boeing Hikes 20-Year Jetliner Market Outlook by 4.1% to $15T
    Zacksyesterday

    Boeing Hikes 20-Year Jetliner Market Outlook by 4.1% to $15T

    Boeing's (BA) estimates have come 4.1% above previous year's projected demand of 41,030 jets, worth $6.1 trillion for the 2017-2036 period.

  • Reutersyesterday

    WTO arbitrators to consider U.S. request for sanctions in Airbus case

    World Trade Organization arbitrators will evaluate a U.S. request to impose billions of dollars worth of sanctions on European products after a final WTO ruling that found the European Union had given illegal subsidies to Airbus (AIR.PA). The request for retaliation for losses incurred by rival Boeing (BA.N) in the long-running dispute over claims of illegal handouts for aircraft makers adds fuel to mounting transatlantic trade tensions. It comes as EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom said in Brussels that she hoped an EU mission to Washington would help ease a trade dispute linked to steel and aluminium but that the bloc is preparing a list of U.S. imports to hit if the United States imposes tariffs on EU cars.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Boeing says sold 528 planes at Farnborough

    Boeing Co said on Thursday it had won 528 new orders and commmitments at the Farnborough Airshow this week, buoyed by demand for freighters as air cargo markets rebound. Airbus said earlier it had won ...

  • Reuters - UK Focusyesterday

    Malaysia's AirAsia expands Airbus A330neo order to 100 jets

    KUALA LUMPUR/FARNBOROUGH, England July 19 (Reuters) - M alaysia's AirAsia said on Thursday it would expand an order for A330neo passenger jets, adding 34 aircraft to an existing order to bring the total to 100 long-haul wide-body jets worth $30 billion at list prices. The budget carrier's AirAsia X Bhd long-haul unit announced the deal, which includes a long-awaited confirmation of an order for 66 planes, at the Farnborough Airshow. It follows a fierce contest between Airbus and Boeing (Swiss: BA-USD.SW - news) after AirAsia threatened to defect to the Boeing 787 model.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Malaysia's AirAsia expands Airbus A330neo order to 100 jets

    KUALA LUMPUR/FARNBOROUGH, England July 19 (Reuters) - M alaysia's AirAsia said on Thursday it would expand an order for A330neo passenger jets, adding 34 aircraft to an existing order to bring the total to 100 long-haul wide-body jets worth $30 billion at list prices. The budget carrier's AirAsia X Bhd long-haul unit announced the deal, which includes a long-awaited confirmation of an order for 66 planes, at the Farnborough Airshow. It follows a fierce contest between Airbus and Boeing after AirAsia threatened to defect to the Boeing 787 model.

  • MarketWatchyesterday

    Boeing wins commitment from Novus Aviation for aircraft with a list price of $1.44 billion

    MARKET PULSE The Boeing Co. (ba) said Thursday it has secured commitments from Dubai-based aircraft lessor Novus Aviation Capital for up to four 777-300 ERs (extended range) with a list price of $1.44 billion.

  • Reuters - UK Focusyesterday

    WTO arbitrators to consider U.S. request for sanctions in Airbus case

    World Trade Organization arbitrators will evaluate a U.S. request to impose billions of dollars worth of sanctions on European products after a final WTO ruling that found the European Union had given illegal subsidies to Airbus. It comes as EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom said in Brussels that she hoped an EU mission to Washington would help ease a trade dispute linked to steel and aluminium but that the bloc is preparing a list of U.S. imports to hit if the United (Shenzhen: 000925.SZ - news) States imposes tariffs on EU cars. The United States made the request to the WTO last Friday for three judges to set the level of retaliatory sanctions, the global watchdog said in a document posted on Thursday which gave no figure for the amount of sanctions sought.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Boeing, Hawaiian Airlines finalise deal on 787s

    Hawaiian Airlines said on Thursday it would buy 10 787-9 widebodies from Boeing Co with purchase rights for up to 10 more 787 aircraft, putting pressure on rival Airbus to defend its A330neo jet against the Boeing series. The firm order, valued at $2.82 billion at list prices and announced during the Farnborough Air Show in southern England, confirms an order commitment announced in March. The firm order for 10 787s will be added to Boeing's order backlog, while the 10 purchase rights will remain as commitments.

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