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SpiceJet Limited (SPICEJET.BO)


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Previous close106.75
Open107.40
Bid0.00 x
Ask0.00 x
Day's range105.80 - 109.40
52-week range54.50 - 109.80
Volume4,957,115
Avg. volume6,397,195
Market cap64.35B
BetaN/A
PE ratio (TTM)20.80
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
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  • Reuters17 days ago

    New Boeing 737 makes first flight as larger version moves ahead

    SEATTLE/SYDNEY, April 13 (Reuters) - A new version of Boeing Co's 737 jetliner took off for the first time on Thursday, marking another step in Boeing's revamp of its best-selling product line that could see up to five new models introduced by 2020. Boeing's 737 MAX 9, a fuel-efficient, long-range successor to the 737-900, made its initial flight, a test mission, about 50 years after the 737 first took to the skies on April 9, 1967, and follows the first flight of Boeing's largest Dreamliner model, the 787-10, last month, from its factory in South Carolina. Boeing has committed to making four new 737 versions and is considering a bigger version than the MAX 9, known as the 737 MAX 10X.

  • Reuters17 days ago

    Boeing could deliver 737 MAX 10X in 2020 if airlines start buying -exec

    Boeing Co could begin delivering the 737 MAX 10X aircraft in 2020 if airlines start ordering the largest version of its 737 MAX family this year, a senior executive of the aeroplane manufacturer said on Thursday. The comments from Boeing 737 MAX chief project engineer and deputy program manager Michael Teal came as the smaller 737 MAX 9 completed its first airport taxi test in Seattle on Wednesday. Boeing began marketing the 737 MAX 10X as an option to customers this year but has yet to receive any orders for the fuel-efficient single-aisle jetliner, which competes against the popular Airbus SE A321neo.

  • India awards new routes in bid to get millions flying
    AFPlast month

    India awards new routes in bid to get millions flying

    Indian carriers are looking to take advantage of the country's growing middle class, with passenger growth last year twice as big as in China