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March 26, 2013
14:17 EDTERJ, GD, SPR, LMIA, BABoeing, aviation companies advance after aircraft orders soared
Boeing (BA) and a number of other aviation stocks are climbing after the government reported that orders for commercial aircraft soared last month. WHAT'S NEW: Orders for commercial aircraft jumped 95.3% in February compared with January, according to the Associated Press. The large jump in the volatile aircraft orders came after they tumbled 24% in January from December, the news service added. WHAT'S NOTABLE: Boeing's stock has rallied 14% in the last month. TODAY'S PRICE ACTION: In mid-afternoon trading, Boeing gained 2% to $86.50, Spirit Aerosystem (SPR) climbed 1.6% to $18.50, LMI Aerospace (LMIA) advanced 3% to $21.10, General Dynamics (GD) added 1% to $70.25 and Brazilian plane maker Embraer (ERJ) rose 3.5% to $35.35.
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December 10, 2014
08:52 EDTBABoeing delivery of first 787 to American delayed again, Dallas News reports
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08:15 EDTBAWoodward signs supply agreement with Boeing
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07:24 EDTSPRSpirit AeroSystems, Triumph Group deal a win-win transaction, says Wells Fargo
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06:47 EDTBABoeing says China planes deliveries to hit record in 2014, China Daily says
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06:27 EDTBACongress authorizes $1.46B for Boeing attack jets, Reuters says
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06:08 EDTBABoeing cutting over 560 employees in Southern California, LA Times reports
According to documents filed in California, Boeing is planning to lay off 253 people at its Long Beach facilities, 154 in Huntington Beach and 154 employees in El Segundo, the LA Times reports. The layoffs will occur this month and in early 2015. Reference Link
December 9, 2014
13:16 EDTSPRSpirit AeroSystems price target raised to $57 from $48 at Cowen
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12:38 EDTBABoeing 747 production rate cut not surprising, says Wells Fargo
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12:34 EDTBABoeing to cut 747-8 production to 1.3 from 1.5 per month, WSJ reports
Boeing confirmed plans to lower 747-8 jetliner monthly production to 1.3 per month from 1.5, which will reduce annual deliveries to 16 from 18, in September of next year, reported The Wall Street Journal. Boeing said the cut enables it to "continue to run a healthy business,” the Journal quoted the company as stating. Reference Link
10:34 EDTSPRSpirit AeroSystems downgraded to Hold from Buy at Standpoint Research
10:02 EDTGDGeneral Dynamics awarded $44M contract modification by U.S. Navy
The U.S. Navy has awarded General Dynamics Electric Boat a $44.5M contract modification to perform non-nuclear maintenance work for submarines homeported at the Naval Submarine Base in Groton. Electric Boat is a wholly owned subsidiary of General Dynamics. With this modification, Electric Boat will continue operating the New England Maintenance Manpower Initiative at the submarine base. Under the terms of the contract, Electric Boat will provide a wide range of overhaul, repair and modernization services in support of nuclear submarines, floating dry-docks, support and service craft and other platforms and equipment at the submarine base. About 270 Electric Boat employees are engaged in the work.This contract was first awarded in December 2012 and has a potential value of $222.3M over five years.
07:46 EDTSPRTriumph Group to host a conference call
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07:31 EDTSPRTriumph to take over production of Gulfstream G650, G280 wing programs in Tulsa
Triumph Group (TGI) announced the signing of a definitive agreement with Spirit AeroSystems Holdings (SPR) which Triumph will take over production of the Gulfstream G650 and G280 wing programs located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The transaction is targeted to close by calendar year end, subject to customary closing conditions. Under the terms of the agreement, Triumph will receive $160M in cash plus assets required to run the business from Spirit to cover the anticipated future cash flow needs of the programs, with no additional capital contributions expected by Triumph. The company expects the programs to be initially cash flow negative, with operating cash requirements anticipated to decrease over the first three years and becoming cash flow positive in year four. The business will be included in the Aerostructures Group segment and is expected to add approximately $250M in annual revenue and to be immediately accretive to Triumph’s earnings per share upon closing, reflecting initial estimates of purchase accounting adjustments and excluding synergies resulting from the transaction and transaction related expenses. Upon the close of the transaction, production will continue out of Spirit’s Tulsa facility and Triumph will look to utilize its manufacturing experience, resources and wing design engineering capabilities as appropriate to supplement the Tulsa operations. The company will focus on optimizing the build process and cost structure of the programs, and has identified opportunities for engineering, supply chain and labor enhancements.
06:22 EDTLMIA, BA, SPRBoeing sees strong demand for commercial airplanes in 2015
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December 8, 2014
05:43 EDTBABoeing Business Jets, Comlux announces order for two BBJ MAX 8s
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December 5, 2014
09:53 EDTERJEmbraer management to meet with JPMorgan
Meetings to be held in New York on December 9 and in Boston on December 10 hosted by JPMorgan.
December 4, 2014
12:35 EDTLMIALMI Aerospace management to meet with Sidoti
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December 3, 2014
09:14 EDTBABoeing likely to increase annual dividend by 15%+, says Sterne Agee
Sterne Agee predicts that Boeing will increase its annual dividend by 15%+ and expand its current $10B share buyback authorization. The firm adds, however, that its checks indicate that the company delivered only seven 787 planes last month, meaning that it must deliver 13 of the planes in December to meet its 2014 guidance of about 110 deliveries. The firm keeps a Buy rating on the shares.
05:36 EDTBABoeing, Lockheed to lose if U.S. bans Russian rockets, WSJ reports
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05:28 EDTBAU.S., Russia tensions impacting space alliance, WSJ reports
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