|Daily Range||$3.50 - $3.61|
|52-Week Range||$3.44 - $5.43|
|Dividend (Yield)||$0.00 (2.8%)|
|Average Daily Volume||2,998,580|
|Current FY EPS||$0.00|
News & Commentary
The Boeing Company, Airbus Group NV, and Bombardier, Inc. are launching three game-changing aircraft.
The Bombardier C Series will be quite the airplane ... once it finally gets delivered.
United Technologies' aviation engine company Pratt & Whitney has been subject to disappointment over its geared turbofan engine. Here are three reasons those fears may be overplayed.
The business jet market looks set to recover in the coming years and companies like Textron, Bombardier, Ametek, and General Dynamics deserve a closer look.
As Bombardier moves in on Boeing and Airbus' turf, does the Canadian manufacturer make a better investment for your portfolio?
A change in Air Canada's fleet renewal strategy means trouble for Bombardier.
With the finalization of a Boeing 737 MAX order, more aircraft purchases could be ahead.
Boeing disappointed the market with its guidance, but its order book and airplane delivery rates are the key to its performance in 2014.
What is going on with the planemaker's multibillion-dollar C Series program?
How has Air Canada made a once $4 billion pension deficit manageable?