Boeing (NYSE:BA) stock is on the move Tuesday after the company received a downgrade from Morgan Stanley.
Morgan Stanley analyst Kristine Liwag is behind today’s news. The analyst dropped BA stock from an “overweight” rating to an “equal weight” rating. For the record, the consensus rating for BA is a “moderate buy” based on 18 analysts.
Despite downgrading BA stock, the Morgan Stanley analyst did increase her price target from $213 to $220 per share, however. That’s a potential 5% upside for the stock from yesterday’s close, according to CNBC. For comparison, the analyst consensus price estimate for shares is $216.18 each.
What’s Behind the New BA Stock Rating
Analyst Kristine Liwag said the following about BA stock in a note to clients obtained by CNBC.
“We see a balanced risk reward as the majority of the near- and medium-term positive catalysts for the stock have been realized […] Going forward, we expect Boeing to trade on execution of its 2025/2026 aircraft production rate targets and free cash flow generation.”
BA stock has been on the move Tuesday following the analyst downgrade. Initially, shares were down in trading this morning. However, the stock has since recovered and is currently up slightly as of this writing.
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