News: BAE Systems PLC (BAES.L)

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Mon, Mar 2 2015

U.S. approves exports of BAE's anti-missile system for aircraft

WASHINGTON - Britain's BAE Systems Plc on Monday said the U.S. government had approved exports to U.S. allies of the company's laser-based missile protection system for helicopters and other aircraft that has been used on U.S. Army helicopters since 2009.

U.S. approves exports of BAE's anti-missile system for aircraft

WASHINGTON, March 2 - Britain's BAE Systems Plc on Monday said the U.S. government had approved exports to U.S. allies of the company's laser-based missile protection system for helicopters and other aircraft that has been used on U.S. Army helicopters since 2009.

Army secretary optimistic on relief from budget caps

WASHINGTON - U.S. Army Secretary John McHugh on Wednesday said he was optimistic lawmakers would agree to some form of relief from congressional budget caps for fiscal 2016, given widespread recognition the resulting spending cuts would undermine military readiness.

Britain signs 859 mln stg ship design contract with BAE Systems

LONDON, Feb 20 - Britain agreed an 859 million pound ($1.32 billion) contract with BAE Systems on Friday, giving the green light to the British defence company to continue with the next phase of design for a new fleet of warships.

Centrica slide pulls UK's FTSE from 15-year high

* BAE Systems pares losses after results (Updates with closing prices)

Centrica slide pulls UK's FTSE from 15-year high

* BAE Systems pares losses after results (Updates with detail, quote)

Centrica slide pulls UK's FTSE from 15-year high

* BAE Systems pares losses after results (Updates with details)

BAE Systems sees U.S. defense spending on the turn

LONDON - BAE Systems , the world's third-largest defense contractor by revenue, said it believed the worst was over for spending cuts in its key U.S. market as it forecast that earnings would return to growth in 2015.

UPDATE 3-BAE Systems sees U.S. defence spending on the turn

* Sees 2015 EPS "marginally higher" on new aircraft, naval orders (Adds CEO comments)

BAE Systems, TAE to handle F-35 maintenance in Australia

WASHINGTON/SYDNEY - Australia has picked Britain's BAE Systems to carry out heavy maintenance of Lockheed Martin Corp's F-35 fighter jet in Australia from 2018 and Tasman Aviation Enterprises (TAE) to service its engines, its defense minister said on Tuesday.

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