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MONTREAL/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Canada's Bombardier Inc hit back on Friday at rival U.S. planemaker Boeing Co's claim that it sold jets well below cost to win market share in the United States, the latest sign of increasing trade tensions between the two countries. The risk of the United States imposing a tariff, which would likely depress sales of Bombardier's newest jet, and concern over how big that tariff might be, unsettled investors, sending the Canadian company's shares down just over 4 percent. Boeing wants the U.S. government to investigate what it describes as rock-bottom prices for Bombardier's new CSeries aircraft, including an "absurdly low" sum of $19.6 million it says Delta Air Lines Inc paid for a jet costing $33 million to build.
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|Bid||184.45 x 300|
|Ask||184.83 x 12500|
|Day's range||183.02 - 184.93|
|52-week range||122.35 - 185.71|
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|PE ratio (TTM)||24.29|
|Dividend & yield||5.68 (3.13%)|
|1y target est||N/A|