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The Boeing Company (BA)

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207.73+6.33 (+3.14%)
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Previous close201.40
Open201.14
Bid206.76 x 900
Ask206.85 x 1100
Day's range200.18 - 207.79
52-week range176.25 - 267.54
Volume5,360,868
Avg. volume9,297,695
Market cap126.743B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.56
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-3.67
Earnings date24 Apr 2024 - 29 Apr 2024
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date13 Feb 2020
1y target est258.72
  • Yahoo Finance Video

    Airline Industry: Lower fares, Boeing scrutiny, China recovery

    As Yahoo Finance's Travel Guide for 2024 continues, Yahoo Finance's Pras Subramanian breaks down the three key developments in the airline sector. Boeing (BA) is facing renewed scrutiny over the safety of its 737 Max aircraft after a January incident on an Alaskan Airlines flight. The Federal Aviation Association has described Boeing's safety culture as "inadequate and confusing," coming after the FAA increased oversight of the plane manufacturer. With spring break approaching, domestic airfares are down 11% compared to pre-pandemic 2019 levels and 2% year-over-year, according to a Hopper report on spring travel prices. Finally, air travel in China is expected to rebound in 2024, with analysts predicting it will recover to around 80% of pre-pandemic levels.  For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Yahoo Finance Live. Editor's note: This article was written by Angel Smith

  • CNN Business

    FAA gives Boeing 90 days to come up with a plan to address quality issues

    Boeing must produce within 90 days a plan to fix serious quality and safety issues, the Federal Aviation Administration said on Wednesday.

  • Associated Press Finance

    Boeing given 90 days by FAA to come up with a plan to improve safety and quality of manufacturing

    The Federal Aviation Administration is giving Boeing 90 days to come up with a plan to fix quality problems and meet safety standards for building new planes. The agency said Wednesday that the directive follows meetings with top Boeing officials, including the company's CEO at FAA headquarters in Washington. “Boeing must commit to real and profound improvements,” said FAA Administrator Mike Whitaker.