ERJ - Embraer S.A.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
21.79
+0.07 (+0.32%)
At close: 4:02PM EDT
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Previous Close21.72
Open22.26
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range21.53 - 22.26
52 Week Range18.27 - 28.55
Volume1,356,198
Avg. Volume1,031,765
Market Cap4.01B
Beta-0.01
PE Ratio (TTM)25.70
EPS (TTM)0.85
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.22 (0.95%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-06-27
1y Target Est25.46
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  • The Wall Street Journalyesterday

    [$$] Wide Open Election Season Kicks Off in Scandal-Plagued Brazil

    BRASÍLIA—Ciro Gomes, a veteran politician, on Friday became the first presidential candidate confirmed by a party convention for Brazil’s Oct. 7 vote, kicking off a wide open election season. Nearly 500 members of the leftist Democratic Labor Party, or PDT, approved Mr. Gomes’s candidacy by a voice vote, and he pledged to boost manufacturing, cut taxes, fight corruption and reduce poverty. “Brazil is a great nation and has resources to ensure its people live a happy life,” he said in his acceptance speech.

  • Embraer Bounces Back With a Farnborough Order Spree
    Motley Fool4 days ago

    Embraer Bounces Back With a Farnborough Order Spree

    Embraer is off to a great start at the Farnborough Airshow, having announced several significant firm orders and letters of intent.

  • The Wall Street Journal4 days ago

    [$$] Airbus Deal Brings Battle With Boeing to Small-Plane Market

    FARNBOROUGH, England—European plane-making giant Airbus SE on Tuesday secured a $5.5 billion order for its new jetliner, the A220, with a planned U.S. startup carrier, ramping up the pressure in the small jetliner market that Boeing Co. hopes to enter. Airbus said the deal, which still needs to be finalized, is for 60 planes and was placed by a carrier being set up by investors including JetBlue Airways Corp. founder David Neeleman. JetBlue last week also ordered 60 of the A220 planes.

  • Boeing CEO says Embraer deal offers thrifty suppliers more volume
    Reuters4 days ago

    Boeing CEO says Embraer deal offers thrifty suppliers more volume

    Boeing Co (NYSE:BA - News) sees scope for additional cost savings from suppliers as it expands through the proposed acquisition of the regional jet business of Brazil's Embraer SA (Sao Paolo:EMBR3.SA - News), Chief Executive Dennis Muilenburg told Reuters on Tuesday. The comment from the head of the world's largest plane maker is the latest sign of pressure on aerospace suppliers to share the benefits from fast-rising demand for jetliners, highlighted by bullish market forecasts published by Boeing on Tuesday. Boeing and Airbus have been negotiating price cuts from suppliers as an industry boom leaves an unprecedented eight-year backlog of unfilled orders, and now their efforts to expand outside their traditional market look set to extend that trend.

  • Embraer to Deliver 25 E175 Jets to United Airlines for $1.1B
    Zacks5 days ago

    Embraer to Deliver 25 E175 Jets to United Airlines for $1.1B

    The latest transaction will take the total number of E175 jets sold by Embraer (ERJ) to North American airlines, since 2013, to more than 420.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    What's not to like? Boeing, Embraer defend planned deal

    Top Boeing Co and Embraer SA executives on Monday defended their planned commercial aircraft partnership, saying they were confident it would win regulatory and shareholder approvals while launching Embraer into new markets. "I can't anticipate that anyone will be against this project given the benefits that this will bring to Brazil," Embraer's Paulo Cesar de Souza e Silva told a news briefing at Farnborough Airshow. The two aircraft manufacturers announced last month a $4.75 billion joint venture giving Boeing a controlling stake in Embraer's commercial aircraft arm.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    What's not to like? Boeing, Embraer defend planned deal

    Top Boeing Co and Embraer SA executives on Monday defended their planned commercial aircraft partnership, saying they were confident it would win regulatory and shareholder approvals while launching Embraer into new markets. "I can't anticipate that anyone will be against this project given the benefits that this will bring to Brazil," Embraer's Paulo Cesar de Souza e Silva told a news briefing at Farnborough Airshow. The two aircraft manufacturers announced last month a $4.75 billion joint venture giving Boeing a controlling stake in Embraer's commercial aircraft arm.

  • What's not to like? Boeing, Embraer defend planned deal
    Reuters6 days ago

    What's not to like? Boeing, Embraer defend planned deal

    Top Boeing Co (NYSE:BA - News) and Embraer SA (Sao Paolo:EMBR3.SA - News) executives on Monday defended their planned commercial aircraft partnership, saying they were confident it would win regulatory and shareholder approvals while launching Embraer into new markets. "I can't anticipate that anyone will be against this project given the benefits that this will bring to Brazil," Embraer's Paulo Cesar de Souza e Silva told a news briefing at Farnborough Airshow. The two aircraft manufacturers announced last month a $4.75 billion joint venture giving Boeing a controlling stake in Embraer's commercial aircraft arm.

  • Brazil's Embraer snags $1.1 billion order from United Airlines
    Reuters6 days ago

    Brazil's Embraer snags $1.1 billion order from United Airlines

    Embraer SA has signed a firm order with United Airlines for twenty-five 70-seat E175 jets, the Brazilian planemaker said on Monday, providing a boost to the company shortly after JetBlue Airways Corp opted ...

  • Reuters6 days ago

    Brazil's Embraer snags $1.1 billion order from United Airlines

    SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Embraer SA has signed a firm order with United Airlines for twenty-five 70-seat E175 jets, the Brazilian planemaker said on Monday, providing a boost to the company shortly after JetBlue Airways Corp opted to replace its fleet of Embraer jets with ones made by Airbus SE . Under the contract, worth $1.1 billion at current market value, Embraer is set to deliver the jets in the second quarter of 2019, Embraer said in a statement. Earlier in July, JetBlue announced it would buy 60 A220-300 narrowbody jets from Airbus, sending down shares in Embraer. ...

  • The Wall Street Journal6 days ago

    [$$] Global Trade Spat Unnerves Plane Makers

    LONDON—Aerospace executives at plane makers Boeing Co. and Airbus SE, along with their suppliers, said they are worried new trade barriers could drive up plane manufacturing costs and lead airlines to put off purchases. “Aerospace thrives on global trade—free and open trade,” Boeing Chief Executive Dennis Muilenburg said in London on Sunday ahead of the Farnborough International Airshow, the industry’s flagship gathering that kicks off Monday. “We’re concerned about some of the ongoing talk about tariffs and trade restrictions,” the head of the U.S.’s largest exporter told reporters, though he added that there had been no material effect on company so far.

  • Brazil's Embraer sees demand for 10,550 smaller jets in next 20 years
    Reuters6 days ago

    Brazil's Embraer sees demand for 10,550 smaller jets in next 20 years

    In a statement from the Farnborough Airshow, Embraer said the fleet of aircraft of that size in service is expected to increase to 16,000 units over the period, compared to 9,000 currently in operation. Market growth will be responsible for 65 percent of that demand, while 35 percent will be to replace old aircraft, Embraer said. Earlier this month, Boeing Co said it struck a tentative deal for a controlling stake in the commercial aircraft arm of Embraer, under a new $4.75 billion joint venture.

  • Brazil's Embraer sees demand for 10,550 smaller jets in next 20 years
    Reuters6 days ago

    Brazil's Embraer sees demand for 10,550 smaller jets in next 20 years

    In a statement from the Farnborough Airshow, Embraer said the fleet of aircraft of that size in service is expected to increase to 16,000 units over the period, compared to 9,000 currently in operation. Market growth will be responsible for 65 percent of that demand, while 35 percent will be to replace old aircraft, Embraer said. Earlier this month, Boeing Co (NYSE:BA - News) said it struck a tentative deal for a controlling stake in the commercial aircraft arm of Embraer, under a new $4.75 billion joint venture.

  • Reuters7 days ago

    Embraer pushes E2 jet's low maintenance, fuel costs amid Airbus rivalry

    Brazilian planemaker Embraer is pushing the low maintenance costs and fuel burn of its E2 jet as it battles tougher competition from the rival A220, now backed by Airbus , executives said on Sunday. "I'm hopeful that we'll be able to present a good showing on Tuesday," John Slattery, President and CEO Embraer Commercial Aviation, told Reuters onboard its E190-E2 jet, looking ahead to possible order announcements at this week's Farnborough air show. Boeing earlier this month struck a deal for a controlling stake in the commercial aircraft arm of Embraer under a new $4.75 billion (3.59 billion pounds) joint venture, coming after Airbus completed a deal to take control of rival Bombardier's Cseries programme.

  • Embraer pushes E2 jet's low maintenance, fuel costs amid Airbus rivalry
    Reuters7 days ago

    Embraer pushes E2 jet's low maintenance, fuel costs amid Airbus rivalry

    Brazilian planemaker Embraer (Sao Paolo:EMBR3.SA - News) is pushing the low maintenance costs and fuel burn of its E2 jet as it battles tougher competition from the rival A220, now backed by Airbus (Paris:AIR.PA - News), executives said on Sunday. "I'm hopeful that we'll be able to present a good showing on Tuesday," John Slattery, President and CEO Embraer Commercial Aviation, told Reuters onboard its E190-E2 jet, looking ahead to possible order announcements at this week's Farnborough air show. Boeing (NYSE:BA - News) earlier this month struck a deal for a controlling stake in the commercial aircraft arm of Embraer under a new $4.75 billion joint venture, coming after Airbus completed a deal to take control of rival Bombardier's (BBDb.TO) Cseries program.

  • Reuters8 days ago

    Embraer unions say they get no job protection pledge after Boeing deal

    Embraer SA's unions did not succeed in getting a job protection commitment in a meeting on Friday with the planemaker's chief executive after a deal with Boeing Co , the unions said in a statement. CEO Paulo Cesar de Souza e Silva said during the meeting at Sao Paulo's Embraer offices that he could not guarantee all jobs would be kept. The two aircraft manufacturers last week announced a $4.75 billion (3.62 billion pounds)joint venture giving Boeing a controlling stake in Embraer's commercial aircraft arm.

  • Embraer counts on Brazil's public-sector funds to approve Boeing JV: sources
    Reuters10 days ago

    Embraer counts on Brazil's public-sector funds to approve Boeing JV: sources

    By Tatiana Bautzer and Carolina Mandl SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Planemaker Embraer SA is counting on the votes of public-sector Brazilian shareholders to outweigh any potential investor objections to its tie-up with Boeing SA , two people with knowledge of the matter said. Doubts about the valuation of Embraer's commercial jet unit in a proposed $4.75 billion joint venture sent Embraer shares tumbling nearly 15 percent in a single day last week, although shares are still up 32 percent since the deal was first reported. Some small investors have complained the deal effectively gives Boeing control of Embraer's main business without having to pay the 50 percent premium called for in a poison pill in the planemaker's bylaws.

  • Embraer counts on Brazil's public-sector funds to approve Boeing JV: sources
    Reuters10 days ago

    Embraer counts on Brazil's public-sector funds to approve Boeing JV: sources

    Planemaker Embraer SA (Sao Paolo:EMBR3.SA - News) is counting on the votes of public-sector Brazilian shareholders to outweigh any potential investor objections to its tie-up with Boeing SA (NYSE:BA - News), two people with knowledge of the matter said. Doubts about the valuation of Embraer's commercial jet unit in a proposed $4.75 billion joint venture sent Embraer shares tumbling nearly 15 percent in a single day last week, although shares are still up 32 percent since the deal was first reported. Some small investors have complained the deal effectively gives Boeing control of Embraer's main business without having to pay the 50 percent premium called for in a poison pill in the planemaker's bylaws.

  • JetBlue Chooses the Airbus A220 to Replace Its Embraer Fleet
    Motley Fool10 days ago

    JetBlue Chooses the Airbus A220 to Replace Its Embraer Fleet

    On Tuesday, JetBlue unveiled the next phase of its plan to combat unit cost inflation.

  • The Wall Street Journal11 days ago

    [$$] JetBlue to Order 60 Airbus CSeries Jets

    JetBlue Airways Corp. on Tuesday said it would buy 60 CSeries jetliners from Airbus SE with options for more, as the European plane maker’s rivalry with Boeing Co. extends into the market for smaller planes. “It’s truly the next generation of aircraft that customers will love,” JetBlue Chief Financial Officer Steve Priest said in an interview. JetBlue is already a big Airbus customer.

  • The Wall Street Journal11 days ago

    [$$] The Pressure Is On for Japan’s First Jetliner

    NAGOYA, Japan—Boeing Co.’s plan to take control of Embraer SA’s commercial aircraft and services operations raises the stakes for a troubled Japanese entrant into the regional jet market ahead of an expected wave of U.S. demand. Industry analysts forecast a surge of sales to replace older aircraft starting in 2020, with around 1,800 planes expected to be sold in the U.S. over two decades—half of worldwide demand. The Mitsubishi Regional Jet, Japan’s first jet-powered commercial aircraft, appears well-timed despite seven years of delays that have pushed first deliveries back to 2020.

  • CNBC11 days ago

    JetBlue agrees to buy at least 60 regional jets from Airbus

    JetBlue will use the A220-300 planes to replace its fleet of Embraer E-190 jets. The purchase will tighten the airline's ties to Airbus. JetBlue Airways JBLU has ordered at least 60 regional jets from Airbus, the U.S. airline said Tuesday, a decision that tightens its tie to the European airplane manufacturer, Boeing BA 's chief rival.

  • Airbus wins JetBlue order for its newly rebranded A220
    Reuters11 days ago

    Airbus wins JetBlue order for its newly rebranded A220

    Airbus SE scored a key victory on Tuesday, with U.S. airline JetBlue (NasdaqGS:JBLU - News) announcing it would buy 60 of its A220-300 narrowbody jets, the first major order for the planemaker's newly rebranded program as its battle with rival Boeing Co intensifies. Earlier on Tuesday, Airbus (Paris:AIR.PA - News) unveiled the new A220 name for the 110-seat to 130-seat model jets, previously called the CSeries under Canadian firm Bombardier (BBDb.TO), at a ceremony at the planemaker's Toulouse facilities in France. Airbus has taken majority control of the loss-making Montreal-based aircraft program, with Bombardier and Quebec as minority partners.

  • We Still Don't Know What Boeing Is Paying for Embraer
    Motley Fool11 days ago

    We Still Don't Know What Boeing Is Paying for Embraer

    Until Embraer reveals how much cash and debt will be assigned to its commercial jet joint venture with Boeing, it's hard to know who's getting the better end of the deal.

  • Embraer shareholder files complaint against Boeing deal: paper
    Reuters13 days ago

    Embraer shareholder files complaint against Boeing deal: paper

    A shareholder of planemaker Embraer SA (Sao Paolo:EMBR3.SA - News) filed a complaint with Brazil's securities regulator against a planned takeover of its commercial aircraft arm by Boeing Co (:BA - News), newspaper Valor Econômico reported on Monday. Renato Chaves filed the complaint with regulator CVM late on Friday, arguing that the transaction would effectively grant control of Embraer to Boeing, disrespecting its statute, Valor reported. "It is a disguised acquisition of a controlling stake," Valor quoted Chaves as saying.