Boeing Co (BA)
$151.39 5.54 (3.80%)
19:59 EDT BA Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $151.39
Market Cap 88.20B
PE Ratio 10.07
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 27.24M
Day's Range 144.55 - 153.55
52-Week Range 89.00 - 391.00
Dividend & Yield 6.84 (4.52%)
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Healthcare and technology names lifted broader benchmarks to modest Monday gains as some economies inch toward reopening.
Monday's big stock charts feature names that posted gains despite eye-opening jobs data.
Tech is about the only game going for the market these days, but that's enough for investors to overlook some ugly jobs news again.
Airlines have been struggling, which is bad for The Boeing Company (NYSE:BA), but the company has been relatively stable since bottoming out in mid-March, and I think it’s an excellent target for a bullish put write.
Gundlach suggests the S&P 500 could retest its March 23 low of 2,192. If that were to happen, we’re talking about a 22% correction. If that’s the case, you can be sure that Boeing stock is not going to remain at $127.
With oil trading higher for a fifth consecutive day and more states embracing the idea of at least reopening some parts of their economies, the major equity averages traded higher on Tuesday, building on the late Monday rally.
It's not the government bailout people expected, but the company's latest move could keep Boeing stock afloat for a while.
Warren Buffett dumped airline investments and opined that Boeing is too hard to evaluate for his taste, weighing on the Dow today.
Boeing stock popped after dismal Q1 earnings results, but with the coronavirus and 737-MAX crisis, don’t expect the start of a BA recovery.
Saddled by another round of bleak economic data delivered on a Thursday and tepid earnings reports, stocks faltered in the final trading day of April, though the major equity benchmarks posted strong monthly performances.
Jobless claims top 30 million, while stocks struggle despite strong earnings from Big Tech. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
Thursday's big stock charts feature names that moved sharply on red-hot news stories
Facebook, Advanced Micro Devices, Boeing and Blue Apron were our top stock trades for Thursday. That said, here's a look at the charts.
The remdesivir news took precedent over headlines about first-quarter GDP, which contracted 4.8%, or the worst shrinkage experienced by the world's largest economy since the dark days of the global financial crisis.
Boeing earnings have BA stock up on Wednesday despite the company reporting EPS and revenue number below Wall Street expectations.
Beyond large forecast losses facing BA stock on Wednesday morning, investors should worry about the problems on Boeing's price chart.
Broadly speaking, Friday was somewhat uneventful, a scenario volatility weary investors will take. It was another one of those days where the novel coronavirus and earnings mostly dominated the headlines. A mostly docile day got the Dow to 19 winners against 11 losers in late trading.
Facebook vs. Zoom could be emerging, even though the latter is on fire. AT&T will get a new CEO. Here's the stock market today.
A desperately needed rebound in the oil patch coupled with some decent earnings reports helped major equity indexes recoup some of the losses incurred on Monday and Tuesday, although data suggest the economic malaise is far from over.
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In a report released today, Stephen Byrd from Morgan Stanley maintained a Sell rating on Spire (SR – Research Report), with a price target of $70.00. The company’s shares closed last Friday at $65.89. According to TipRanks.com, Byrd is a 3-star analyst with an average return of 0.7% and a 54.2% success rate. Byrd covers
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Credit Suisse analyst Michael Weinstein W. maintained a Sell rating on Spire (SR – Research Report) today and set a price target of $71.00. The company’s shares closed last Monday at $72.00. According to TipRanks.com, W. is a 4-star analyst with an average return of 6.5% and a 58.8% success rate. W. covers the Utilities
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