258.62 +0.06 (0.02%)
Pre-Market: 8:03AM EDT
|Bid||257.25 x 100|
|Ask||259.34 x 200|
|Day's Range||256.26 - 259.05|
|52 Week Range||134.25 - 263.79|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||22.66|
|Earnings Date||Oct 25, 2017|
|Dividend & Yield||5.68 (2.18%)|
|1y Target Est||275.73|
NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / October 18, 2017 / Shares of Netflix hit an all-time new high before retracing to close in the red in yesterday's trading session. The streaming giant reported its third-quarter ...
Airbus’s deal to acquire Bombardier’s CSeries program is a coup. The risk for Boeing shareholders is that the company now feels enough small-jet envy that it goes and spends money to do something about ...
Airbus and Boeing typically slug it out at air shows and on factory floors, but the rivalry took a different turn with the European group’s deal to take a majority stake in Bombardier’s CSeries jet project....
MONTREAL/TOULOUSE, France (Reuters) - Boeing Co said on Tuesday that Bombardier Inc's CSeries jets could still be hit with high U.S. import duties, even if they are assembled in Alabama through an industry-changing deal with Airbus. The deal announced on Monday gives Airbus a majority stake in Bombardier's troubled CSeries jetliner program, securing the plane's future and giving the Canadian firm a possible way out of a damaging trade dispute with Boeing, in which the U.S. Commerce Department has threatened to impose a 300 percent import duties.
Two of Boeing’s competitors just found a unique route around a tariff proposed by the Trump administration, and it could reshuffle the competitive balance for makers of small passenger jets. While Bombardier is a small and financially weak player, Boeing (BA) sees the C Series plane, a single-aisle aircraft that carries 100-150 people, as a potential competitor to Boeing’s hot-selling 737. Boeing called the arrangement “a questionable deal between two heavily state-subsidized competitors to skirt the recent findings of the U.S. government.” Boeing stock was down only slightly on Tuesday, closing at $258.
Airbus' stake in Bombardier's C Series jet business could leave Boeing in a precarious situation longer term, unless the U.S. aerospace giant pursues a middle-of-the-market plane, according to analysts.
Stocks were narrowly mixed just after the starting bell Tuesday's, as a slip by Boeing limited early gains on the Dow.
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Bombardier's deal with Airbus could solve a number of problems for the Canadian plane-and-train maker, mostly by making rival Boeing's complaints against the company effectively moot, analysts said on Tuesday. Julian Sattherthwaite reports