Textron, Inc.

NYSE: TXT
$61.07
+$1.16 (+1.9%)
Closing price June 30, 2022
The Aerospace and Defense sector overall has been very strong for the past few years, and although some stocks have backed up some in price, there is a good chance some winners will emerge when...
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and other research calls from Thursday include Adtran, Alcoa, Clorox, Kinder Morgan, Lam Research, MGIC, Sprint and Walmart.
The latest short interest data shows that short sellers piled on to the three stocks featured here between the October 13 and October 31 settlement dates.
These five top aerospace and defense stocks to buy with growth potential going forward make good sense for long-term growth portfolios.
These are five top stocks for investors to consider for the rest of the year. They all pay solid dividends, are trading at reasonable valuations and are not at 52-week or all-time highs.
Global deliveries of civilian-use helicopters are expected to drop according to the latest industry survey by engine-maker Honeywell.
After Northrop Grumman pulled out of the bidding for a contract to build a new US Air Force training jet, only Boeing and Lockheed remain announced competitors. This should be interesting.
Northrop Grumman may pull out of the competition for the new Air Force T-X training jet, leaving only Boeing and Lockheed Martin as certain competitors for the program.
2017 is almost a month old, and fourth-quarter earnings are almost through. The additions and subtractions to the high conviction stock offerings from the top firms on Wall Street are coming faster...
Boeing takes $200 million Q4 charge on Air Force tanker program, and sees field for Air Force training jet narrow as Raytheon-led team drops out of the competition.
While the run in defense and aerospace stocks was good for shareholders, many on Wall Street are starting to take a more cautious view on the sector in 2017.
The U.S. Air Force released its final request for proposal on Friday for a fleet of some 350 new training jets. A winner is expected to be named sometime in 2017.
Boeing has held its first test flight of its proposed new T-X training jet for the U.S. Air Force. The most remarkable thing about the flight is that it occurred just one year after Boeing certified...
The just announced delay will end up adding two years to the time it will take the new training jet to reach full operational capability.
Wednesday’s top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations include ARM Holdings, AT&T, Hasbro, Lending Club, PNC Financial Services, Vodafone and Walt Disney.