|Bid||3.10 x 0|
|Ask||3.10 x 0|
|Day's Range||3.05 - 3.15|
|52 Week Range||1.96 - 3.24|
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|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.00 (0.00%)|
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With RSP season almost upon us, investors need to begin rounding out their portfolios with names sch as Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (TSX:CM)(NYSE:CM)!
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Canada has launched a wide-ranging trade complaint against the United States, the World Trade Organization said on Wednesday, in a dispute that Washington said would damage Canada's own interests and play into China's hands. Canada's complaint, challenging Washington's use of anti-dumping and anti-subsidy duties, was based on almost 200 examples of alleged U.S. wrongdoing, almost all of them concerning other trading partners, such as China, India, Brazil and the European Union.
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Canada's Bombardier Inc (BBDb.TO) delivered 17 CSeries jets in 2017, missing its latest target of 20 to 22 planes, but is confident it can achieve its 2018 target of 40 deliveries, a company spokeswoman said on Wednesday, after engine delays hampered its ability to deliver orders last year. More details on Bombardier's 2017 deliveries will be disclosed when the company announces its financial results in February, spokeswoman Nathalie Siphengphet said by phone. The 110-to-130 seat CSeries jets sell for between $79.5 million and $89.5 million based on list prices.
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Boeing’s pursuit of Embraer fits one of the goals Chief Executive Dennis Muilenburg has set for the aerospace giant: creating a level playing field in the commercial jetliner business.
Boeing Co. confirmed it is in takeover talks with Brazilian aircraft maker Embraer, potentially strengthening its hand in the regional jet market and helping it counter a move by Airbus to strike a similar ...
PARIS/SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Airbus and Boeing are pairing with smaller regional rivals to add sales at the lower end of their $100 billion-a-year commercial plane duopoly, but the two market leaders are also laying the foundation for a longer-term strategic contest against more powerful threats such as China. U.S. planemaker Boeing Co (NYSE:BA - News) and Brazil's Embraer SA (Sao Paolo:EMBR3.SA - News) said on Thursday they were discussing a "potential combination" widely assumed to focus on jetliners, confirming a report in the Wall Street Journal. News of the talks comes just two months after Boeing's European archrival Airbus (Paris:AIR.PA - News) agreed to buy a majority stake in Bombardier Inc's (BBDb.TO) 110 to 130-seat CSeries jet, the Canadian rival of Embraer's biggest E-Jets.
The Trump administration on Wednesday recommended steep anti-subsidy duties on Bombardier Inc's CSeries jets, setting up the next round of a fierce international trade dispute between the United States and Canada. The U.S. Commerce Department announcement to impose duties of nearly 300 percent stems from a complaint by Boeing Co that Bombardier had been unfairly and illegally subsidized by the Canadian government, allowing the planemaker to dump its newest jetliner in the U.S. market below cost. "Today's decision validates Boeing's complaints regarding Bombardier's pricing in the United States, pricing that has harmed our workforce and U.S. industry," Boeing said in a statement on the decision, which was generally expected within the aerospace industry.
Korean Air Lines Co Ltd (KSE:003490.KS - News) said on Wednesday it will receive its first Bombardier Inc (BBDb.TO) C Series jet on Friday after months of delays related to engine issues, with a second delivery to follow shortly after. United Technologies Corp (NYSE:UTX - News) held back some shipments of its troubled Pratt & Whitney geared turbofan jet engines to plane makers, and offered spares to airlines which have had problems with engines already in service. Korean Air, the first Asian airline to receive the C Series, in August forecast it would receive five CS300 jets this year.
Canada may ask the World Trade Organization to intervene in the dispute over a proposed 300 percent duty on U.S. sales of Bombardier's CSeries jets, but any resolution of the trade spat could still take years, experts said on Tuesday. The U.S. Commerce Department is due this week to announce a final determination in the dispute between Boeing Co (NYSE:BA - News) and Bombardier Inc, which faces the massive duty on sales of the fuel efficient, narrowbody CSeries on the U.S. market.
As arguments over the CSeries begin in the International Trade Commission this week, Bombardier, Inc. (TSX:BBD.B) and others have voiced their opinions on the matter.
Boeing Co and Bombardier Inc traded barbs on Monday over the U.S. planemaker's claim that its Canadian rival benefited from billions of dollars in illegal government subsidies and dumped its newest jetliner in the United States at below cost. At a contentious hearing of the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC), Boeing accused Bombardier of harming its ability to sell 737s in the U.S. market, in one of the final stages of a bitter trade dispute due to conclude in February.
Fundamentals always matter, even in the case of companies that are supported by the Canadian government at the expense of taxpayers such as Bombardier, Inc. (TSX:BBD.B).
A joint venture between Bombardier Inc (BBDb.TO) and China's CRRC Corp Ltd (Shanghai:601766.SS - News)(HKSE:1766.HK - News) has won a 1.79 billion yuan ($270.76 million) contract to build a monorail line for a Chinese city, the Canadian transport giant said on Monday. Bombardier said in a press release that CRRC Puzhen Bombardier Transportation Systems Limited won the contract to supply Wuhu city in eastern China with its automated Innovia monorail system and 240 cars, the unit's first monorail contract in China. "We are confident that the monorail will become an icon for Wuhu city and we will see more Bombardier monorail systems in other Chinese cities in the future," said Bombardier China President Zhang Jianwei in the statement.
Shares in Bombardier were down 1.9 percent in late morning trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange. The loss-making plane and train maker said it expected to deliver 25 more commercial aircraft next year, compared with 2017 projections. "The turnaround story continues to unfold as laid out by management, which incrementally continues on the path to rebuilding credibility," AltaCorp Capital analyst Chris Murray wrote in a note.
Bombardier, Inc. (TSX:BBD.B) is often viewed as a sub-par investment, but recent improvements and deals could usher in a new era of opportunity for investors.
Canada's decision to make it harder for Boeing Co (NYSE:BA - News) to win a major jet order hands rival plane maker Lockheed Martin Corp (NYSE:LMT - News) an advantage in capturing the contract, defense experts said on Wednesday. Ottawa on Tuesday scrapped plans to buy 18 Boeing Super Hornets and made clear the company would not win a contract for 88 jets unless it dropped a trade challenge against Canadian planemaker Bombardier Inc (BBDb.TO). Last week Boeing made clear it would not back down in its fight against Bombardier, which it accuses of trying to dump airliners on the U.S. market.