AerCap Holdings N.V.

NYSE: AER
$48.20
+$2.81 (+6.2%)
Closing price May 17, 2022
Friday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included AerCap, Barclays, Denny's, DocuSign, Intercontinental Hotels, Lennar, Luminar Technologies and Quest Diagnostics.
GE announced Wednesday that it will sell its aircraft leasing business for $30 billion. The company also announced a reverse stock split and reiterated its January outlook for its Industrial segment.
GE is reportedly talking to aircraft leasing competitor AerCap about a sale or merger of GE's aircraft leasing business in a deal that could be worth more than $30 billion.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and other research calls from Friday include Amazon, Fortinet, Live Nation, Pandora, Sally Beauty and World Wrestling.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and other research calls from Friday include Boeing, Costco, Intel, KeyCorp, NVIDIA, PayPal and Snap.
While the selling was robust, it certainly wasn’t extraordinary, and it should be expected given the big run in the markets this year.
Boeing on Friday completed the first test flight of its new 737 MAX 8 passenger jet. The MAX 8 carries a list price of $110 million.
The first flight of the 737 Max is scheduled for early in 2016, and first delivery is set for the third quarter of 2017 to launch customer Southwest Airlines.
Monday’s top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations include CyberArk Software, Goldman Sachs, Lululemon Athletica, Micron Technology, Nike, Nokia and SanDisk.
With Chinese stocks crashing another 6% and oil pushing $40 a barrel, sometimes we need to be reminded that good things still happen in the corporate world. And indeed they do, as the past few days...
Wells Fargo has added AerCap to the firm's Priority Stock List after its earnings report on Tuesday.
In July, Boeing added 101 orders for new commercial planes to its order book, while rival Airbus took just 26 new orders in the month.
American International Group reported lower second-quarter 2015 earnings after markets closed on Monday.
Boeing and rival Airbus announced more than 200 new orders -- some firm, some not -- on the first day of the Paris Air Show.
Boeing woke up the Paris Air Show crowd Tuesday with an order from aircraft leasing firm AerCap for 100 of the company's new 737 MAX 8s.