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Joby Aviation, Inc. (JOBY)

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4.6600+0.0900 (+1.97%)
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Previous close4.5700
Open4.5400
Bid4.6100 x 3200
Ask4.6300 x 3100
Day's range4.5300 - 4.6796
52-week range3.7200 - 11.9800
Volume1,272,622
Avg. volume5,052,879
Market cap3.275B
Beta (5Y monthly)2.06
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.7900
Earnings date21 Feb 2024
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est7.67
  • Yahoo Finance

    Jetsons-like travel in air taxis is 'as close as we've seen,' Joby's chief product officer says

    With backing from companies like Delta, United, and Boeing, air taxi startups say they plan to launch commercial flights by 2025. Will battery-powered Ubers in the sky be the norm?

  • Yahoo Finance Video

    What it's like learning to fly an electric air taxi

    Electric air taxis could be taking to the skies regularly before the end of the decade. Yahoo Finance had the opportunity to experience this cutting-edge technology firsthand in an air taxi flight simulator. Joby Aviation (JOBY) says their air taxi could get passengers in New York City to JFK airport in under seven minutes for under $200 a seat. For the full episode of Next exploring the future of electric air taxis, tune into Yahoo Finance on Monday April 15 at 10 a.m. ET. If you’re going to future-proof your portfolio, you need to know what’s NEXT. In this series, Yahoo Finance will feature stories that give a glimpse at the future, and show how companies are making big moves today that will matter tomorrow. For more on our NEXT series, click here, and tune in to Yahoo Finance for more expert insight and the latest market action, Monday through Friday.

  • Business Wire

    Joby Widens USAF Partnership, Will Deliver Two eVTOL Aircraft to MacDill AFB

    SANTA CRUZ, Calif., March 19, 2024--Joby Aviation, Inc. (NYSE:JOBY), a company developing electric air taxis for commercial passenger service, today announced it will deliver two aircraft to MacDill Air Force Base ("AFB") in 2025 as part of the Company’s AFWERX Agility Prime contract with the U.S. Air Force.