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Airbus SE (AIR.DE)

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131.66+0.76 (+0.58%)
At close: 05:35PM CEST
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Previous close130.90
Open131.18
Bid0.00 x 21500
Ask0.00 x 52700
Day's range130.86 - 132.72
52-week range120.24 - 172.82
Volume226,262
Avg. volume314,087
Market cap104.244B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.58
PE ratio (TTM)26.54
EPS (TTM)4.96
Earnings date30 July 2024
Forward dividend & yield1.80 (1.37%)
Ex-dividend date19 Apr 2024
1y target est137.67
  • Reuters

    Aviation summit opens amid jet shortages, supply chain turbulence

    Aviation leaders will meet at a marque summit outside London on Monday as the industry struggles with supply chain disruptions, aircraft delays and floundering plans to reduce carbon emissions. The July 22-26 Farnborough Airshow, a gathering of top executives from airlines, aircraft makers and weapons manufacturers, has often been a festival of orders for passenger jets from Boeing and Airbus. Many delegates said the show is not expected to produce a flurry of orders as Airbus struggles to reach output goals and Boeing adopts a low-key posture amid its safety crisis, which was triggered by a door panel flying off a 737 MAX jet in January.

  • Reuters

    Airbus looking at opportunities to create scale in space, satellites

    Airbus is looking at opportunities to create scale in defence, space and particularly satellites markets, CEO Guillaume Faury said on Sunday. Airbus and France's Thales are exploring a tie-up of some space activities as new competition disrupts the sector, two industry sources said last week. "We are looking at opportunities to create scale, and that's true in defence, that's true in space, and in particular on satellites," Faury said, ahead of this week's Farnborough Airshow.

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    Aerospace giants return to Farnborough hobbled by factory woes

    A humbled aerospace industry holds its annual festival next week struggling to meet demand because of a crisis inside its plants. For decades a venue for planemakers led by Airbus and Boeing to boast about billions of dollars of orders, the July 22-26 Farnborough Airshow is likely to be overshadowed by growing airline frustration over plane shortages and delays. Carriers like Japan Airlines are said to be close to firming up recent tentative orders, and Qatar Airways, Korean Air and Turkish Airlines have all said they are shopping for jets.