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Spirit AeroSystems Holdings, Inc. (SPR)

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31.48+0.29 (+0.93%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
31.55 +0.07 (+0.22%)
After hours: 05:39PM EDT
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Previous close31.19
Open31.07
Bid31.33 x 1300
Ask31.55 x 900
Day's range30.86 - 31.48
52-week range14.65 - 36.34
Volume1,813,147
Avg. volume3,082,230
Market cap3.669B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.79
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date09 Sept 2022
1y target estN/A
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  • Benzinga

    Spirit AeroSystems To Lay Off Hundreds As Boeing Struggles with Production

    Spirit AeroSystems Holdings Inc (NYSE:SPR), a primary supplier of jet fuselages, is reducing its workforce by 400 to 450 employees at its Wichita, Kansas factory. The layoffs are a response to a production deceleration at Boeing Co (NYSE:BA), Spirit’s largest client. “The recent slowdown in the delivery rate on commercial programs compels a reduction to our workforce in Wichita,” Spirit stated. Originally part of Boeing, Spirit AeroSystems has faced significant quality challenges with the 737 MA

  • Associated Press Finance

    Key Boeing supplier Spirit AeroSystems is laying off 450 after production of troubled 737s slows

    A key Boeing supplier that makes the fuselages for its popular 737 Max airplanes is laying off about 450 workers because production has slowed down ever since a panel flew off one of those airplanes operated by Alaska Airlines in midair in January. A spokesman for Spirit AeroSystems confirmed the layoffs at its Wichita, Kansas, plant on Thursday that would trim its workforce of just over 13,000 people. Spirit is Boeing's most important supplier on the 737s because it makes fuselages and installs door plugs like the one that flew off the plane.