Northrop Grumman Corp (NYSE:NOC)

Air Defense Missiles

Companies Profiting the Most From War

Since the conclusion of World War II, the United States and a number of Western European nations have maintained extremely costly military industrial complexes -- both in peacetime and during ...
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F-35B

Defense Contractor Winners as Federal 2016 Budget Clears Congress

Both houses of Congress agreed early Friday on a $1.15 trillion federal budget for 2016. The budget bill now goes to President Obama, who is expected to sign it. The ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: ConAgra, Dean Foods, GrubHub, HCA, NetApp, Northrop Grumman, SolarCity, UnitedHealth and Many More

Stocks were indicated sharply higher again on Wednesday, even ahead of the Federal Reserve rate hike decision, wherein the Fed is expected to finally raise interest rates after almost a ...
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F-35B

Pentagon Budget to Fall by $15 Billion for 2017

The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) that passed Congress last month, and to which President Obama added his signature, calls for total defense spending of $607 billion in fiscal year ...
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LRS-B B-3

Boeing, Lockheed Bomber Protest Going Nowhere?

When Northrop Grumman Corp. (NYSE: NOC) won the U.S. Air Force contract to build the nation's Long-Range Strike-Bomber (LRS-B), the losing bidders wasted no time protesting the award. Boeing Co. ...
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LRS-B B-3

Study Argues Air Force Should Double Order for New Bombers

When the U.S. Air Force awarded its contract for a new Long Range Strike Bomber (LRS-B) in late October, winner Northrop Grumman Corp. (NYSE: NOC) was expecting to build 80 ...
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The Pentagon

What Happens If Boeing-Lockheed Win Their Protest of New Bomber Contract?

The now-disputed contract for the U.S. Air Force's Long Range Strike-Bomber (LRS-B) affects more than the lead contractors. Both Northrop Grumman Corp. (NYSE: NOC), the disputed winner, and the combination ...
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The Pentagon

Could Lockheed and Boeing Succeed at Wrestling Bomber Contract From Northrop Grumman?

When Northrop Grumman Corp. (NYSE: NOC) was announced as the winner of an $80 billion contract to build the next U.S. Air Force bomber, it was virtually guaranteed that the ...
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The Pentagon

Can Northrop Hold On to Its Big Bomber Win?

With an estimated $80 billion at stake, the long-awaited Pentagon contract to build the next U.S. bomber was the final jewel in the current round of big, new U.S. Air ...
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Bull and Bear

Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: EMC, Goldman Sachs, Linn Energy, MGIC, Marvell, NetApp and Many More

After a gain over 1,000 Dow points last week from the lows of the prior Friday, stocks were simply directionless on Monday. The one trend that lives on though is ...
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3 Stocks Likely to Beat Current Wall Street Earnings Estimates

With a landslide of earnings about to start for the third quarter, one of the things that Wall Street strategists and pundits will be looking for are solid overall reports. ...
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NOC LRS-B concept

Long-Range Bomber Contract Due Very Soon

The disagreement between President Obama and the Congress over the U.S. defense budget is not expected to have any effect on awarding a contract for the development of a new ...
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7 Dividend Hikes and Stock Buyback Announcements Too Big to Ignore

Stocks might have taken it on the chin on Friday due to Janet Yellen and the Federal Reserve not having enough confidence in the global markets to handle a rate ...
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M-346 Jet Trainer

Is Raytheon Preparing a Bid for the New Air Force Training Jet?

The competition for a contract to build the new T-X trainer jet for the U.S. Air Force may be more intense than we thought. A report Thursday in Defense News ...
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Boeing Teases First Look at Air Force Training Jet Concept

At the Air Force Association (AFA) conference near Washington, D.C., on Tuesday, Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) let Defense News have an exclusive look at the company’s concept for the new ...
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