Aerospace & Defense

The United States has announced new tariffs on airplane parts imported into the country to be assembled at the Airbus facility in Alabama. Some wines and other beverages also will see higher tariffs.
RBC Capital analyst has raised his price target on Boeing stock to more than $300. Here's why.
The U.S. Commerce Department put out a list of Chinese and Russian companies with “military end users” for purposes of the “military end user” control. They are considered...
Lockheed Martin has reached an agreement to acquire Aerojet Rocketdyne for $4.4 billion in cash. The acquisition adds to Lockheed's hypersonic missile capabilities.
Given the volatile situations around the globe, and big foreign purchasing, the defense sector remains a good place to keep capital in growth portfolios. A new Goldman Sachs research report includes...
Just a few days before the worldwide grounding of its 737 Max, Boeing posted its all-time high share price of $446. Will (or when) will the stock reach that price again?
Expensive weapons programs can drive controversy. Politicians and defense contractors often square off over costs. The military asks for weapons that some experts believe have dubious value. Among...
Boeing has taken a firm order for 75 new 737 Max passenger jets from Ireland-based Ryanair. The aircraft maker will begin making deliveries in the spring of next year on Ryanair's total order for 210...
The U.S. FAA has recertified the first of Boeing's 737 Max jets for delivery to a customer, and the company has reached a partnership financing agreement with a private investment first. And it might...
The head of Europe's civil aviation regulator has said that the agency expects to lift its grounding order on the 737 Max in January, paving the way for Boeing to deliver new planes to the continent.
Shares of Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA), once one of the great industrial companies of the world, remain down 39% so far in 2020, against the S&P 500 which is up 10%. No one should expect a recovery....
Not every analyst on Wall Street is jumping for joy when it comes to Boeing's stock expectations.
The FAA on Wednesday lifted its grounding order for Boeing's 737 Max airplanes. While the company will have to meet more stringent requirements, it can now get on with delivering its backlog.
While the recertification of Boeing's 737 Max is expected to happen soon, the aircraft maker faces other challenges as it tries to recover its former luster.
Boeing's 20-year forecast has pulled back somewhat from last year's version and dependence on China for new airplane deliveries has increased.