|Bid||338.12 x 800|
|Ask||340.25 x 3100|
|Day's Range||333.21 - 342.58|
|52 Week Range||292.47 - 446.01|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.30|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||38.98|
|Earnings Date||Oct 22, 2019 - Oct 28, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||8.22 (2.42%)|
|1y Target Est||410.32|
The dock adapter is actually IDA-3, as the first IDA was lost during theSpaceX launch failure of its CRS-7 mission on June 28, 2015
(Bloomberg) -- Indonesia is pushing its domestic airlines to halt purchase of Airbus SE planes in retaliation for curbs imposed by the European Union on use of palm biodiesel.Indonesia’s Trade Minister Enggartiasto Lukita is also asking carriers including PT Lion Mentari Airlines to consider switching their outstanding aircraft to Boeing Co. Lukita has spoken to Lion’s co-founder Rusdi Kirana about dumping Airbus and the country’s largest low-cost carrier supports the government move, the minister said in a text message on Thursday.“We are exploring all options,” Lukita said, when asked if the government would order all carriers to switch to Boeing from Airbus. “I have contacted Rusdi, and he said the airline will follow whatever the government decides.”Siva Govindasamy, a Singapore-based spokesman for Airbus, didn’t immediately respond to request for comments.The Indonesian threat to turn its back on Airbus is the fallout of European Union’s decision earlier this year to place stricter limits on palm oil’s use in biofuels on concerns over deforestation. Indonesia, the world’s largest producer of the tropical vegetable oil, last week also threatened to slap retaliatory tariffs on import of dairy products from EU after the bloc imposed anti-subsidy duties on its palm oil biodiesel.The escalation of trade feud may complicate Lion’s plan to turn to the European manufacturer following a dispute with Boeing after the crash of its 737 Max 8 jet last year, which killed 189 people. Flag carrier PT Garuda Indonesia has also said that it may cancel its Boeing Max orders for other models.Lion Air Said to Plan Airbus Order Switch After Boeing 737 CrashLion Air placed an order for eight Airbus A330neo planes worth $2.4 billion at list prices last year, adding to a 2013 order for 234 planes worth $24 billion.(Recasts throughout.)To contact the reporters on this story: Eko Listiyorini in Jakarta at firstname.lastname@example.org;Harry Suhartono in Jakarta at email@example.comTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Young-Sam Cho at firstname.lastname@example.org, Thomas Kutty Abraham, Rieka RahadianaFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.
The U.S. Defence Department said on Wednesday it is cancelling a Boeing Co contract for a "kill vehicle" due to technical design problems after spending $1.2 billion on the project. The decision to end the contract for the Redesigned Kill Vehicle (RKV) follows the Pentagon's move in May to issue a stop work order on the project after it "determined the technical design problems were so significant as to be either insurmountable or cost-prohibitive to correct," the Pentagon said. In December, the Missile Defence Agency and Boeing deferred a design review due to the failure of critical components to meet technical requirements.
Investing.com – Stocks rose for the fourth day in the last five as investors were cheered by Boeing's hope to get its 737 Max jet back into the air and by gains in tech and retail stocks.
Boeing plans to hire hundreds of temporary staff to help get the grounded 737 MAX planes ready for delivery. The company is waiting for regulatory safety approval.
Mohamed El-Erian Says Europe Headed Down Mohamed el Erian, chief economic adviser of Allianz, doesn’t have a greatly optimistic view of the European economy. He says there is a 70% chance of the continent plunging into a recession. The United Kingdom, Italy, and Germany are all paralyzed by domestic issues including Brexit, a broken government, […]The post Market Morning: Europe Falters, Alibaba Postpones On Hong Kong, appeared first on Market Exclusive.
Investing.com – Wall Street rose on Wednesday after positive earnings from Lowe’s (NYSE:LOW) and Target (NYSE:TGT) helped boost confidence over the economic health of U.S. consumers.
Boeing Co said on Tuesday it plans to add extra staff and hire "a few hundred" temporary employees at an airport in Washington state where it is storing many grounded 737 MAX jetliners, a key step in its best-case plan for resuming deliveries to airline customers in October. The world's largest planemaker, burning cash as one of the worst crises in its history stretches into a sixth month, said the workers will assist with aircraft maintenance and customer delivery preparations at Grant County International Airport. The hiring plans are the first publicly detailed steps Boeing will take as it works to deliver hundreds of grounded 737 MAX jets to airlines globally, an undertaking that would amount to one of the biggest logistical operations in modern civil aviation.
Southwest Airlines (LUV) stock gained 3.3% Friday after Wolfe Research analyst Hunter Keay upgraded his rating to “outperform” from “peer perform.”
Southwest has budget-friendly fares. The company offered a blockbuster introductory fare when it announced the Hawaii expansion plans.
Pivotal, Canopy Growth, iHeartMedia, PG&E and Boeing are the companies to watch on Thursday, August 15, 2019.
The Brazilian aerospace company posted another quarterly loss, but it is seeing strong demand for its new Praetor-series executive jets, and it recently bagged its first export order for the KC-390 multimission military jet.
On Wednesday, US stock indexes fell due to recession signals. The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DIA) was the worst performer with a 3.05% fall.
SAN FRANCISCO/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Boeing Co has pushed back the entry into service of an ultra-long-range version of its forthcoming 777X widebody, the U.S. planemaker said on Wednesday, as it grapples with fallout from the 737 MAX crisis and engine issues with the 777X. The fresh delay comes as the grounding of Boeing's money-spinning 737 MAX single-aisle entered a sixth month in August, and as the world's largest planemaker faces engine-related delays on the 777X widebody that have pushed the first flight of the 777-9 into 2020. The delay in the slower-selling, longer-range 777-8 will hamper Boeing's ability to provide a plane in line with the schedule for Qantas Airways Ltd's plan for 21-hour non-stop Sydney-London flights.
Investing.com - Stocks plunged Wednesday after a key economic signal warned that the slowing global economy may produce a recession and both Germany and China showed more signs of slowing growth.
Problems with 737 MAX planes have continued to impact Boeing’s commercial aircraft deliveries. Its commercial aircraft shipments plunged in July.
Investing.com – Stocks plunged Wednesday after a key economic signal flashed a recession warning and both Germany and China showed more signs of slowing growth.
Alaska Airlines hasn't yet received its first Boeing 737 MAX, but management seems eager to make Boeing's troubled jet a major part of the carrier's fleet in the years ahead.