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Boeing Co

BA

Latest Trade

208.57USD

Change

8.95(+4.48%)

Volume

9,476,346

Today's Range

201.87

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209.20

52 Week Range

89.00

 - 

374.77

As of on the New York Stock Exchange ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
199.62
Open
203.24
Volume
9,476,346
3M AVG Volume
486.94
Today's High
209.20
Today's Low
201.87
52 Week High
374.77
52 Week Low
89.00
Shares Out (MIL)
564.53
Market Cap (MIL)
112,691.40
Forward P/E
-22.28
Dividend (Yield %)
--

Next Event

Q4 2020 Boeing Co Earnings Release

Latest Developments

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About Boeing Co

The Boeing Company is an aerospace firm. The Company operates in four segments: Commercial Airplanes (BCA); Defense, Space & Security (BDS); Global Services (BGS), and Boeing Capital (BCC). BCA segment develops, produces and markets commercial jet aircraft and provides fleet support services, principally to the commercial airline industry worldwide. BDS segment is engaged in the research, development, production and modification of manned and unmanned military aircraft and weapons systems for strike, surveillance and mobility. BGS segment provides services to commercial and defense customers worldwide. BCC's segment portfolio consists of equipment under operating leases, finance leases, notes and other receivables and assets held for sale.

Industry

Aerospace & Defense

Contact Info

100 N Riverside Plz

CHICAGO, IL

60606-1596

United States

+1.312.5442000

http://www.boeing.com/

Executive Leadership

Lawrence W. Kellner

Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board

David L. Calhoun

President, Chief Executive Officer, Director

Gregory D. Smith

Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President - Enterprise Performance and Strategy

Theodore Colbert

Executive Vice President, President and Chief Executive Officer, Boeing Global Services

Leanne G. Caret

Executive Vice President, President and Chief Executive Officer of Boeing Defense, Space & Security

Key Stats

2.67 mean rating - 27 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, USD)

2017

93.4K

2018

101.1K

2019

76.6K

2020(E)

58.9K
EPS (USD)

2017

10.300

2018

16.010

2019

-3.470

2020(E)

-8.946
Price To Earnings (TTM)
--
Price To Sales (TTM)
1.78
Price To Book (MRQ)
--
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
--
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
--
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
--
Return on Investment (TTM)
-8.27
Return on Equity (TTM)
-3.07

Latest News

Latest News

Delta hints at the possibility of purchasing Boeing's 737 MAX: FT

Delta Air Lines Chief Executive Ed Bastian hinted at the possibility of purchasing Boeing Co's 737 MAX, which was recently approved to fly again by U.S. regulators, in an interview to the Financial Times on Sunday.

Boeing 737 MAX jets undergo round-the-clock effort to clear inventory

The future of Boeing Co's freshly approved 737 MAX is in the hands of nearly 700 workers toiling behind the gray doors of a three-bay hangar at a desert airport in Washington state.

European regulator to lift Boeing 737 MAX grounding in January

Europe is set to lift its flight ban on the Boeing 737 MAX passenger jetliner in January after U.S. regulators last week ended a 20-month grounding triggered by two fatal crashes.

Europe regulator sees Boeing 737 MAX ungrounding in January

Europe's aviation safety regulator expects to clear the Boeing 737 MAX for flight in January, joining the United States in lifting a grounding imposed in the wake of two crashes, its top official said in remarks broadcast on Saturday.

Airbus, Boeing expected to turn to hybrid engine technology for new planes-lessor

Airbus SE <AIR.PA> and Boeing Co <BA.N> are expected to turn to hybrid electric technology when they develop the next generation of airplanes because of limits on improving current engines, the head of a major aircraft lessor said on Thursday.

IN BRIEF: Boeing supplier Impresa faces sale pushback from creditors

Junior creditors of Boeing supplier Impresa Aerospace have objected to the proposed sale of the company’s assets to private equity firm Twin Haven Capital Partners, which is already Impresa’s majority owner and lender.

Large Boeing 737 MAX customers signal caution on orders amid COVID-19

A day after Boeing Co <BA.N> received approval for its 737 MAX to fly again following a 20-month grounding, its two largest U.S. and European customers signaled caution on their order books as they monitor demand in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.

Ryanair says it is not looking to order more MAX jets at the moment

Ryanair <RYA.I> is not looking to order additional 737 MAX jets from Boeing <BA.N> at the moment but does expect opportunities to acquire cheap aircraft to appear at some stage, a senior executive said on Thursday.

UPDATE 1-Southwest prepares 737 MAX jets' return from desert, says some customers wary

Southwest Airlines has sent a team of mechanics to Victorville, California, to start the long process of bringing its 34 Boeing 737 MAX jets out of their desert hibernation, after the planes' permission to fly was restored.

Southwest says about 25% of customers not comfortable flying 737 MAX

Southwest Airlines said on Thursday that about 25% of its customers have indicated that they are not comfortable flying on the Boeing 737 MAX, which has been approved for flight following safety updates and training.

'Too soon' to let Boeing 737 MAX fly again, say families of Lion Air crash victims

Some of the relatives of victims of a fatal Boeing 737 MAX crash in Indonesia have slammed a decision by U.S. aviation authorities to allow the jets to return to the skies, saying the move comes too soon.

U.S. lifts Boeing 737 MAX flight ban after crash probes, tough hurdles remain

The United States lifted a 20-month-old flight ban on Boeing Co's 737 MAX on Wednesday, easing a safety crisis that left its top exporter with a tarnished reputation and hundreds of idle jets. But relatives of crash victims denounced the move.

Breakingviews - Boeing’s next big hurdles are out of its control

The future of Boeing is now in large part up to fate. The aircraft maker run by David Calhoun appeared to put its 737 MAX problems in the past on Wednesday, when the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration rescinded a grounding order on the plane involved in two fatal crashes...

U.S. Senate panel votes to advance FAA certification reform bill

The U.S. Senate Commerce Committee on Wednesday voted unanimously to approve a bill to reform how the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certifies new airplanes after two deadly Boeing 737 MAX crashes killed 346 people and raised questions about U.S. regulators' oversight...

HIGHLIGHTS-Reactions to the U.S. approving the Boeing 737 MAX to fly again

The United States on Wednesday decided to allow Boeing Co's troubled 737 MAX plane to resume U.S. deliveries and commercial flights by the end of the year, lifting a March 2019 ban following two deadly crashes.

Factbox: Key changes to Boeing's 737 MAX after fatal crashes

Boeing Co won approval on Wednesday from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration to fly its 737 MAX jet again after two fatal crashes that triggered two years of regulatory scrutiny and corporate upheaval.

House passes bill to reform plane certification process after two Boeing 737 MAX crashes

The U.S. House of Representatives unanimously approved legislation on Tuesday to reform the Federal Aviation Administration’s aircraft certification process after two fatal Boeing 737 MAX crashes killed 346 people.

Factbox: Key changes to Boeing's 737 MAX after fatal crashes

Boeing Co <BA.N> won approval on Wednesday from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration to fly its 737 MAX jet again after two fatal crashes that triggered two years of regulatory scrutiny and corporate upheaval.

Reactions to the U.S. approving the Boeing 737 MAX to fly again

The United States on Wednesday decided to allow Boeing Co's <BA.N> troubled 737 MAX plane to resume U.S. deliveries and commercial flights by the end of the year, lifting a March 2019 ban following two deadly crashes.

Highlights: Reactions to the U.S. approving the Boeing 737 MAX to fly again

The United States on Wednesday decided to allow Boeing Co's troubled 737 MAX plane to resume U.S. deliveries and commercial flights by the end of the year, lifting a March 2019 ban following two deadly crashes.

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