|Bid||209.50 x 254000|
|Ask||209.70 x 8400|
|Day's range||208.60 - 210.50|
|52-week range||190.30 - 322.90|
|PE ratio (TTM)||8.69|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||241.50|
Isotropic Systems, the next-generation satellite terminal provider, today announced a long-term strategic cooperation agreement with QinetiQ to further develop its range of optical beam forming devices for Isotropic Systems’ disruptive antenna technology.
Isotropic Systems, the next-generation satellite terminal provider, today announced a long-term strategic cooperation agreement with QinetiQ to further develop its range of optical beam forming devices for Isotropic Systems’ disruptive antenna technology. The agreement with QinetiQ, a multinational defense organization and a leader in the formulation and fabrication of high-performance materials, represents the maturation of a partnership in place for the last two years. Having successfully retired all known scientific risk, the companies intend to further optimize and tailor the device designs to meet a range of commercial, defense, 5G, satellite payload and consumer satellite broadband applications.
** Military electronics maker falls 6.8 pct, on course for its biggest percentage drop since its profit warning in November, in heavy volume ** UK defence review delayed by political counterattack, according ...
** Defence engineering company Qinetiq up 10 pct after Berenberg upgrades to "buy" from "hold" ** Broker says stock is "unjustifably oversold" after a profit warning at peer ...
A round-up of notable broker activity this morning from Europe's top-ranked* analysts: ** European Oil&Refining: Kepler Cheuvreux says the sector is set to generate material FCF and deserves higher valuation ...
Aug 17 - A round-up of notable broker activity this morning from Europe's top-ranked* analysts: ** Following the stock's decline Barclays upgrades QinetiQ to "overweight", believing that the ...
British shares edged up on Wednesday, helped by a buoyant consumer goods sector after Reckitt Benckiser sold its food business to a U.S. company, while disappointing earnings reports sent mid-caps lower. ...
Competition is heating up for a $1.6 billion deal to provide air combat training for Britain's military as arms firms look for stable revenues amid scarce demand for their hardware, despite an uptick in defence spending, industry sources said. In a re-run of a recent duel over helicopter training, Italy's Leonardo and Europe's Airbus are both preparing to enter the race to replace a mixture of private and military training for UK forces from 2020, the sources said. Leonardo is considering an offer to supply its Aermacchi M-346 trainer for the competition known as 'Air Support to Defence Operational Training (ASDOT)' together with an unidentified British contractor.