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Airbus SE (EADSY)

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Previous Close28.76
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range28.68 - 29.08
52 Week Range20.91 - 34.24
Avg. Volume422,125
Market Cap90.601B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.70
PE Ratio (TTM)20.69
EPS (TTM)1.39
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.41 (1.41%)
Ex-Dividend DateApr 14, 2022
1y Target Est51.99
  • Reuters

    Spain to lend Airbus 2.14 billion euros for miltary programmes

    MADRID (Reuters) -Spain will lend Airbus 2.14 billion euros ($2.26 billion) to help the company to develop its military drone and helicopter programmes in the country, Industry Minister Reyes Maroto said on Monday. The two multi-year loans include 1.43 billion euros for Airbus Defence and Space as part of the European Union's military drone development programme, an Industry Ministry statement said.

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    Airbus wary of squeezing out suppliers as tops hiring target

    Airbus, struggling to meet resurgent jet demand in the face of crumbling supply chains and labour shortages, has exceeded this year's hiring targets but is wary of crowding out its own critical suppliers in the race to populate factories. Airbus recruited "much more" than the 6,000 people required in its initial forecasts this year, Chief Human Resources Officer Thierry Baril told reporters this week. But the European planemaker is also having to monitor the risk of over-hiring at the expense of its own suppliers, which could put even more pressure on a weakened supply chain.

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    Airbus 2022 target under review after estimated 563 deliveries in Jan-Nov - sources

    PARIS (Reuters) -Airbus delivered an estimated 66 jets in November, leaving itself a near-record challenge of 137 in December to meet its 2022 goal, though it has not excluded the possibility of trimming the target, industry sources said. The world's largest planemaker has delivered around 563 planes this year, the sources said, up from 497 between January and the end of October, or 495 after adjusting for two deliveries blocked by Russian sanctions. An Airbus spokesperson declined comment on the November estimate, which is subject to internal audit.