|Daily Range||$17.18 - $17.47|
|52-Week Range||$12.25 - $18.35|
|Dividend (Yield)||$0.00 (1.5%)|
|Average Daily Volume||98,394|
|Current FY EPS||$0.93|
At long, long last, United Technologies has decided to sell its crown jewels. Very soon, we should know who will own Sikorsky.
One week after Boeing disappointed investors, Airbus reports a big profit.
"Her name was Lola, she bought an airplane..."
But shareholders really wish it would.
With each passing year, Airbus's defense business looks less and less relevant. Is it time to toss a Hail Mary ... all the way to Korea?
Does this Brazilian manufacturer face additional headwinds?
Like Boeing, Airbus has a big backlog of planes ordered but unbuilt, and still awaiting delivery. But how big of a problem is this, exactly?
And that's not even the biggest news that Boeing had to report.
Boeing and Airbus are both ramping up production of their best-selling narrowbody jets. But these production rates might be unsustainable in the long run.
2014 was a really good year. And 2015 could be even better -- if Airbus can build their planes a bit faster.