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Airbus (NASDAQOTH: EADSY)

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EADSY $15.38 0.07%
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Today's Open $15.38
Previous Close $15.37
Daily Range $15.20 - $15.39
52-Week Range $13.95 - $19.52
Market Cap $48.2B
P/E Ratio 0.00
Dividend (Yield) $0.00 (1.3%)
Volume 96,031
Average Daily Volume 76,173
Current FY EPS $0.00

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Airbus (EADSY) Description

Airbus, formerly known as European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company EADS N.V. Website:

News & Commentary

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The Airbus A350: Countdown to Delivery

The long-awaited Airbus jet is now nearing its entrance into two major airline fleets.

Aerospace and Defense Major Diversified Industry: Investing Essentials

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After the World's Largest Airshow, Who Emerged Victorious?

The Farnborough International Airshow 2014 had something on offer for everyone – from aerospace majors to smaller plane makers.

EU Arms Embargo Begins to Bite: Could Russia Lose Its New Carriers?

A war of words -- and of trade sanctions -- could have the unintended consequence of sinking one of Europe's leading defense companies.

In Race to Beat Boeing on Plane Orders, Even When Airbus Wins, It Loses

Airbus had a great month for plane orders in July, so why is Boeing still beating it?

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