Spirit Aerosystems Holdings (SPR)
$23.55 0.47 (1.96%)
6:17 EDT SPR Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $24.02
Market Cap 2.68B
PE Ratio 8.01
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 1,355
Day's Range 24.02 - 24.02
52-Week Range 13.69 - 92.81
Dividend & Yield 0.44 (1.87%)
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Spirit AeroSystems (SPR) stock is flying high today following news of a pricing deal with Boeing (BA) and positive Q2 earnings.
The following stocks were moving the Manufacturing sector today.
There is support for Spirit AeroSystems (SPR) at $46.05, and resistance doesn't occur until $56.04, more than $5 away from current levels.
Capital goods stocks rose 0.7% on Wall Street on Friday morning.
Capital goods stocks finished up 2.8% on Wall Street today.
Capital goods stocks finished up 0.5% on Wall Street on Friday.
Capital goods stocks finished flat on Thursday on Wall Street.
Capital goods stocks declined on Wall Street on Monday, down 0.9%.
Capital goods stocks declined broadly on Wall Street so far on Friday, with the sector seeing an overall decline of 0.2%.
Capital goods stocks finished up 3.2% on Wall Street today.
Capital goods stocks fell on Wall Street on Thursday morning, down 0.7%.
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