BA - The Boeing Company

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
354.90
+7.74 (+2.23%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous close347.16
Open348.62
Bid355.02 x 1000
Ask355.40 x 800
Day's range347.05 - 356.05
52-week range292.47 - 446.01
Volume3,671,099
Avg. volume5,675,990
Market cap199.677B
Beta (3Y monthly)1.41
PE ratio (TTM)20.32
EPS (TTM)17.47
Earnings date23 Jul 2019 - 29 Jul 2019
Forward dividend & yield8.22 (2.41%)
Ex-dividend date2019-05-09
1y target est421.05
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  • Airbus bets travelers will fly smaller jets on long flights with new plane
    CNBC9 hours ago

    Airbus bets travelers will fly smaller jets on long flights with new plane

    European aircraft manufacturer Airbus is betting travelers will want to fly long distances on smaller jets with the launch of its Airbus A321 XLR.

  • Reuters10 hours ago

    U.S. FAA moves to support growth of civil supersonic air industry

    The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said on Monday it is moving to rewrite testing rules to allow for the eventual return of civil supersonic air travel. Later this week, the FAA will issue a proposed rule for "special flight authorization for supersonic aircraft," Elwell said. This is the first step toward revising the FAA's 45-year-old rules governing supersonic transport.

  • Boeing says has no plans to change name of 737 MAX
    Reuters10 hours ago

    Boeing says has no plans to change name of 737 MAX

    Boeing Co said on Monday it had no plans to change the name of the 737 MAX after news reports that it would be prepared to do so to improve its future marketing. Bloomberg News earlier quoted Chief Financial Officer Greg Smith as saying that if Boeing needed to change the brand it would "address" that. The report also said Boeing executives insisted they had no immediate plans to drop the MAX name.

  • AP Interview: Airbus is ready for pilotless jets - are you?
    Associated Press11 hours ago

    AP Interview: Airbus is ready for pilotless jets - are you?

    The chief salesman for Airbus says his company already has the technology to fly passenger planes without pilots at all — and is working on winning over regulators and travelers to the idea. Christian Scherer also said in an interview with The Associated Press on Monday that Airbus hopes to be selling hybrid or electric passenger jets by around 2035. While the company is still far from ready to churn out battery-operated jumbo jets, Scherer said Airbus already has "the technology for autonomous flying" and for planes flown by just one pilot.

  • Barrons.com12 hours ago

    Honeywell Stock Is a Buy Because the World Needs a Lot More Planes, Analyst Says

    Honeywell is bullish on the outlook for the aerospace business, which accounts for about 45% of its sales.

  • Boeing lifts 20-year industry demand forecast to $6.8 trillion
    Reuters13 hours ago

    Boeing lifts 20-year industry demand forecast to $6.8 trillion

    Boeing Co raised its rolling 20-year industry forecast for passenger aircraft by 3% on Monday, fuelled by strong air traffic predictions, though global geopolitical and economic risks could upset the rosy outlook. The world's largest planemaker said at the Paris Airshow it expected 44,040 new airplane deliveries over the next two decades, up from the roughly 43,000 it forecast a year ago. Dominating that tally is a roughly 3% increase in the forecast for single-aisle aircraft, such as the Airbus A320 family and the competing Boeing 737 MAX which remains grounded in the wake of two deadly crashes.

  • Investing.com13 hours ago

    Stocks - Stocks Flat as Financials Fall on Growing Rate-Cut Hopes

    Investing.com – The S&P; 500 made a subdued start the week Monday, as bank stocks stumbled on falling Treasury yields amid growing expectations that the Fed will cut rates.

  • AFP News13 hours ago

    Boeing apologises for 737 MAX crashes as Paris Air Show opens

    A top Boeing executive apologised Monday for two crashes of 737 MAX jets that together killed 346 people, disasters which have pushed safety to the top of the agenda as aerospace firms gathered for the opening of the Paris Air Show. The US aerospace giant is battling to regain the trust of passengers, pilots and regulators after a 737 operated by Indonesia's Lion Air flight crashed last October, followed by an Ethiopian Airlines jet in March. "We are very sorry for the loss of lives as a result of the tragic accidents... our thoughts and our prayers are with their families," Boeing's head of commercial aircraft Kevin McAllister told journalists at the air show.

  • Boeing inks deal to provide parts for rival Airbus planes
    CNBC14 hours ago

    Boeing inks deal to provide parts for rival Airbus planes

    Boeing reached a deal with British Airways to provide parts for some of its planes made by rival manufacturer Airbus, part of Boeing's push to grow its services business.

  • Barrons.com14 hours ago

    Boeing Stock Edges Up as Report Hints at Progress on Grounded 737 MAX Jet

    The Federal Aviation Administration could begin testing Boeing’s safety fix for the 737 MAX jet as soon as this week, The Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday.

  • AFP15 hours ago

    Ethiopian Airlines rejects 'pilot error' claim in US

    A US politician who blamed pilot error for contributing to the deadly crash of a Boeing 737 MAX flown by Ethiopian Airlines was "seriously misinformed", the carrier's boss has said. Republican Sam Graves told a House of Representatives hearing last month that "facts" in investigations after crashes in both Ethiopia and Indonesia "reveal pilot error as a factor in these tragically fatal accidents".

  • Boeing (BA) Wins $6.5B Air Force Contract for JDAM Tail Kits
    Zacks15 hours ago

    Boeing (BA) Wins $6.5B Air Force Contract for JDAM Tail Kits

    Boeing (BA) is set to offer Joint Direct Attack Munition (JDAM) tail kits, spares, repairs and technical services per the terms of the latest modification.

  • Boeing to supply parts for Airbus A320 jets for British Airways
    Reuters15 hours ago

    Boeing to supply parts for Airbus A320 jets for British Airways

    Boeing Co said on Monday it would supply parts for A320 jetliners made by its competitor Airbus to supply British Airways, the first such agreement by the U.S. planemaker to support an Airbus aircraft. Under the agreement announced at the Paris Airshow, Boeing will manage and maintain a global exchange inventory of parts for Airbus' A320 and A320neo single-aisle aircraft. The deal reflects a push by the world's largest planemaker into the higher-margin services business that includes aircraft parts and analytics, which Chief Executive Officer Dennis Muilenburg aims to grow to $50 billion in revenue in a decade.

  • Defense Stocks to Gain If Trump Sends Troops to Middle East
    Zacks16 hours ago

    Defense Stocks to Gain If Trump Sends Troops to Middle East

    The recent attacks on oil tankers rattle the international petroleum market. If U.S. initiates a war in the Middle East, U.S. defense majors are likely to gain.

  • Airbus faces cabin comfort dilemma as it launches A321XLR jet
    Reuters17 hours ago

    Airbus faces cabin comfort dilemma as it launches A321XLR jet

    Airbus has broken records by launching the longest-range narrow-body jetliner at the Paris Airshow, but planemakers are having to rethink their mantra on comfort as they squeeze ever more miles out of jets designed for shorter trips. Airbus and Boeing have been promoting new carbon-fibre long-haul aircraft such as the 787 Dreamliner and A350, which offer roomier cabins and help passengers avoid jet lag by providing a cabin pressure closer to that felt on the ground. Airbus pushed that further on Monday by adding a longer stride to the A321neo with its new A321XLR, whose range of 4,700 nautical miles leapfrogs the out-of-production Boeing 757 and nudges it into the long-jump category enjoyed by wide-body jets.

  • Reuters20 hours ago

    GE says forced to redesign part for GE9X jet engine

    GE Aviation has found unexpected wear in a part for its new engine for the new Boeing 777X passenger plane, forcing a delay of several months while it redesigns and tests the part, the engine maker said on Monday. Boeing, which had been expected to stage the maiden flight of the world's largest twin-engined jetliner in June, is now waiting for the GE9X engine while GE tests the part, called a compressor stator, GE Aviation Chief Executive David Joyce said.

  • Boeing says sorry for MAX 737 crashes, promises to learn lessons
    Reuters20 hours ago

    Boeing says sorry for MAX 737 crashes, promises to learn lessons

    Boeing executives took turns to apologise for the loss of life in two 737 MAX crashes and pledged to apply lessons of the crisis to future planes as the world's largest aerospace company struck a chastened tone at the opening of the Paris Airshow. Executives from finance, jetliners, defence and services added their voices to apologies for the 346 deaths from Chief Executive Dennis Muilenburg, while also touting the strength of the overall aerospace and defence market. "This is the most trying of times," Boeing commercial airplanes boss Kevin McAllister told a press briefing.

  • Investing.com21 hours ago

    Stocks - Pfizer, Target Fall Premarket; Deutsche Bank, Boeing Rise

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  • Boeing CEO says the safe return of its 737 Max aircraft is 'most important'
    CNBC21 hours ago

    Boeing CEO says the safe return of its 737 Max aircraft is 'most important'

    Boeing is scrambling to restore confidence in the 737 Max from regulators, customers and the flying public.

  • Boeing dealt new blow as Airbus launches long-range A321
    Reuters21 hours ago

    Boeing dealt new blow as Airbus launches long-range A321

    Boeing suffered a fresh setback on the opening of the Paris Airshow on Monday as its engine supplier announced a delay for the U.S. planemaker's all-new 777X jet while Airbus launched a rival plane aimed at the middle of the market. The news is another headache for Boeing as it continues to grapple with the grounding of its top-selling 737 MAX aircraft in March after two deadly crashes. European arch-rival Airbus, meanwhile, launched a long-range version of its A321neo jet, aiming to carve out new routes for airlines with smaller planes and steal a march on Boeing's owns plans for another potential all-new jet, the NMA.

  • The Latest:  Airbus is ready for autonomous planes; are you?
    Associated Press12 hours ago

    The Latest: Airbus is ready for autonomous planes; are you?

    The chief salesman for Airbus says his company already has the technology to fly passenger planes without pilots at all — and is working on winning over regulators and travelers to the idea. Christian Scherer also said in an interview with The Associated Press on Monday that Airbus hopes to be selling hybrid or electric passenger jets by around 2035. While the company is still far from ready to churn out battery-operated jumbo jets, Scherer said Airbus already has "the technology for autonomous flying" and for planes flown by just one pilot.

  • Two indicators in the aviation industry may be pointing to a looming global downturn
    CNBC21 hours ago

    Two indicators in the aviation industry may be pointing to a looming global downturn

    Two indicators in the aviation industry may be pointing to a global downturn: declining demand for air cargo and a peak in aircraft orders last year, according to Peter Harbison, the executive chairman of CAPA, the Centre for Aviation.