GenCorp Inc (GY.N)

GY.N on New York Stock Exchange

20.39USD
20 Apr 2015
Change (% chg)

$-0.09 (-0.44%)
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$20.48
Open
$20.57
Day's High
$20.77
Day's Low
$20.33
Volume
88,938
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113,639
52-wk High
$23.38
52-wk Low
$15.11

GY.N

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About

GenCorp Inc., incorporated in 1915, is a manufacturer of aerospace and defense products and systems with a real estate segment that includes activities related to the re-zoning, entitlement, sale, and leasing of its excess real estate assets. The Company develops and manufactures propulsion systems for defense and space... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.68
Market Cap(Mil.): $1,276.41
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 62.60
Dividend: --
Yield (%): --

Financials

  GY.N Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 34.14 28.71
EPS (TTM): -0.94 -- --
ROI: -4.17 4.26 5.24
ROE: -- 10.85 8.15
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U.S. Air Force sees next step for rocket launch contest by June

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - The U.S. Air Force plans to ask satellite launch providers and engine makers next month or in early June to explain how they would partner up to develop a new launch vehicle powered by a U.S.-built engine, a top Air Force general said on Thursday.

16 Apr 2015

U.S. Air Force sees next step for rocket launch contest by June

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., April 16 - The U.S. Air Force plans to ask satellite launch providers and engine makers next month or in early June to explain how they would partner up to develop a new launch vehicle powered by a U.S.-built engine, a top Air Force general said on Thursday.

16 Apr 2015

Orbital rocket explosion likely linked to worn bearings

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - The October 28 explosion of an Orbital ATK Inc Antares rocket bound for the International Space Station was most likely caused by excessive wear of the bearings inside one of the rocket's GenCorp Inc engines, Orbital said on Tuesday, citing a nearly finished report.

14 Apr 2015

UPDATE 2-Orbital rocket explosion likely linked to worn bearings

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., April 14 - The October 28 explosion of an Orbital ATK Inc Antares rocket bound for the International Space Station was most likely caused by excessive wear of the bearings inside one of the rocket's GenCorp Inc engines, Orbital said on Tuesday, citing a nearly finished report.

14 Apr 2015

DIARY-U.S. MEETINGS/WEEK AHEAD

Thomson Reuters March 27, 2015 - Corporate Meetings for US companies for Week ahead. S&P 500 Earnings - MONTH AHEAD Dividends Non S&P 500 - Weekly Federal Reserve events ConferenceCall/Webcast - Weekly Meetings - Weekly Xtra users can see more details on conference calls & webcasts by hovering your mouse over the RIC, right click, now click on Related Co Data, now click on Co Events.

27 Mar 2015

DIARY-U.S. MEETINGS/WEEK AHEAD

Thomson Reuters March 26, 2015 - Corporate Meetings for US companies for Week ahead. S&P 500 Earnings - MONTH AHEAD Dividends Non S&P 500 - Weekly Federal Reserve events ConferenceCall/Webcast - Weekly Meetings - Weekly Xtra users can see more details on conference calls & webcasts by hovering your mouse over the RIC, right click, now click on Related Co Data, now click on Co Events.

26 Mar 2015

GenCorp CEO to head Aerojet Rocketdyne after Boley departure

WASHINGTON - GenCorp Inc Chief Executive Officer Scott Seymour on Friday took over as head of the company's Aerojet Rocketdyne unit after the abrupt departure of its president, Warren Boley.

13 Feb 2015

UPDATE 3-GenCorp CEO to head Aerojet Rocketdyne after Boley departure

WASHINGTON, Feb 13 - GenCorp Inc Chief Executive Officer Scott Seymour on Friday took over as head of the company's Aerojet Rocketdyne unit after the abrupt departure of its president, Warren Boley.

13 Feb 2015

GenCorp CEO to head Aerojet Rocketdyne after Boley departure

WASHINGTON - GenCorp Inc on Friday said Warren Boley has left his position as president of the company's Aerojet Rocketdyne unit, and Scott Seymour would assume that role while continuing to serve as chief executive and president of the parent company.

13 Feb 2015

UPDATE 2-GenCorp CEO to head Aerojet Rocketdyne after Boley departure

WASHINGTON, Feb 13 - GenCorp Inc on Friday said Warren Boley has left his position as president of the company's Aerojet Rocketdyne unit, and Scott Seymour would assume that role while continuing to serve as chief executive and president of the parent company.

13 Feb 2015

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