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Boeing Co (NYSE:BA) Expected to Announce Quarterly Sales of $20.71 Billion – TechNewsObserver

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On average, analysts expect that Boeing will report full-year sales of $85.61 billion for the current year, with estimates ranging from $81.61 billion to $88.62 billion. For the next financial year, analysts anticipate that the business will post sales of $122.88 billion, with estimates ranging from $117.85 billion to $128.59 billion. The firm had revenue of $15.75 billion during the quarter, compared to the consensus estimate of $15.05 billion. Finally, JPMorgan Chase & Co. cut their price objective on Boeing from $430.00 to $425.00 and set an “overweight” rating on the stock in a research note on Thursday, July 25th. Price T Rowe Associates Inc. MD now owns 35,740,551 shares of the aircraft producer’s stock valued at $13,009,918,000 after buying an additional 2,607,364 shares in the last quarter.

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Barr E S & Co. Sells 75 Shares of Boeing Co (NYSE:BA) – TechNewsObserver

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Barr E S & Co. reduced its position in shares of Boeing Co (NYSE:BA) by 4.6% during the 2nd quarter, according to its most recent Form 13F filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. A number of other hedge funds and other institutional investors have also recently bought and sold shares of the business. Three research analysts have rated the stock with a sell rating, eight have assigned a hold rating and fourteen have assigned a buy rating to the company’s stock. During the same quarter last year, the business earned $3.33 EPS. As a group, equities analysts forecast that Boeing Co will post 4.09 earnings per share for the current fiscal year.

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UPDATE 2-Rolls-Royce hit by further setback to fixing Boeing 787 engines

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UPDATE 2-Rolls-Royce hit by further setback to fixing Boeing 787 engines. Sept 20 (Reuters) - Rolls-Royce will take longer than expected to fix problems with its Trent 1000 engine, frustrating efforts to get Boeing 787s grounded by the glitch flying again and knocking the British company's shares. Rolls-Royce, whose engines power large civil and military planes, said on Friday it had sped up turbine blade replacement for some models, leading to additional removals and delaying a reduction in the number of grounded aircraft to single figures until the second quarter of 2020. Rolls-Royce CEO Warren East said in August that a target of fewer than 10 aircraft on the ground at the end of the year might take a bit longer to achieve as a result of an additional repair load resulting from faster deterioration of a blade on the Trent 1000 TEN.

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FAA chief tries Boeing 737 MAX simulator, tests new safety software

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FAA chief tries Boeing 737 MAX simulator, tests new safety software. The head of the Federal Aviation Administration stepped into a Boeing 737 Max flight simulator Thursday. Dickson, a former Air Force fighter pilot who flew earlier versions of the 737 during a long career at Delta Air Lines, had two sessions in a flight simulator to test changes Boeing has made to MCAS — making it less powerful and easier for pilots to control. Dickson took over in August as the new head of the FAA, which will decide whether U.S. airlines can resume flying the 737 Max.

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Ryanair CEO freezes 737 Max payments to Boeing

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Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary has taken aim at Boeing over the jet maker's management of the 737 Max fallout. Now, he's ceased payments to Boeing.

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Beacon Pointe Advisors LLC Boosts Holdings in Boeing Co (NYSE:BA) – TechNewsObserver

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A number of other large investors have also recently bought and sold shares of the stock. NuWave Investment Management LLC now owns 72 shares of the aircraft producer’s stock worth $26,000 after purchasing an additional 61 shares during the last quarter. Nordea Investment Management AB raised its holdings in shares of Boeing by 128.1% during the first quarter. Nordea Investment Management AB now owns 73 shares of the aircraft producer’s stock worth $28,000 after purchasing an additional 41 shares during the last quarter. The aircraft producer reported $2.92 earnings per share for the quarter, topping the Thomson Reuters’ consensus estimate of $1.85 by $1.07. Zacks Investment Research raised shares of Boeing from a “strong sell” rating to a “hold” rating and set a $301.00 target price for the company in a report on Monday, June 10th.

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pakistan international airlines (pia) boeing 777-200er (aircraft registration ap-bmh) landing in beijing on august 30. note missing/chipping paint work on aircraft tail.
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UPDATE 1-Ryanair expects to be flying Boeing 737 MAX by Feb-March 2020

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UPDATE 1-Ryanair expects to be flying Boeing 737 MAX by Feb-March 2020. DUBLIN, Sept 19 (Reuters) - Ryanair thinks February or the start of March is the most realistic timetable for it to start flying the grounded Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, CEO Michael O'Leary said on Thursday. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) needs to approve proposed software and training changes by Boeing for the best-selling plane that has been grounded since March in the aftermath of two fatal crashes in five months. Ryanair, which is one of the biggest customers for the MAX with 135 firm aircraft orders and 75 options, thinks January is a best-case but unlikely scenario.

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Aviation watchdog may ask Boeing to set up 737 MAX simulators in India

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Aviation watchdog may ask Boeing to set up 737 MAX simulators in India. NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's aviation safety regulator may ask Boeing <BA.N> to set up simulators in India to train pilots on the 737 MAX planes once it clears the aircraft as safe for flying, a senior official with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters. "Once FAA re-certifies it and says these issues have been resolved then we will evaluate whether what they are saying is right or wrong ... We will carry out our own inspections," the official said, adding that it is unlikely the planes will fly in Indian skies until next year. Boeing is making software changes and drawing up a new pilot training plan, and will need to conduct a key certification test flight to get the FAA's approval before it can put the planes back in the air. Some federal officials expect the test flight to be conducted in October.

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