|Daily Range||$26.33 - $26.69|
|52-Week Range||$22.44 - $30.24|
|Dividend (Yield)||$0.00 (4.8%)|
|Average Daily Volume||167,747|
|Current FY EPS||$2.78|
Aerospace and Defense
BAE Systems, Harris, and Lockheed Martin win contracts.
BAE Systems wins a separate contract for work on Advanced Gun Systems.
BAE, Raytheon, and Sysco's new subsidiary win awards.
Britain's leading defense contractor wants to give U.S. dronemakers a run for their money.
AAR Corp, Jacobs Engineering, BAE Systems, CACI, and Raytheon all win contracts.
BAE, L-3, Huntington Ingalls, and Reliance Steel all win contracts.
Royal Australian Navy will soon double the strength of its LHD fleet.
GE and BAE Systems are the only two publicly traded winners.
Two companies' products -- and profits -- will be preserved. The rest get scrapped.
A look into why this kerfuffle over Lockheed's transports has arisen, why Boeing defense contracts have been moved to the back of the line -- and why for Boeing, that may be not as bad as it sounds.