The Boeing Company (NYSE:BA) added 1.25% and closed its last session at $151.64. The stock has the market capitalization of $93.59 Billion with the total outstanding shares of 617.17 Million. The Boeing Company. has Analysts’ Mean Recommendation of 2.15 between the scale of 1 to 5 (1 represents Strong Buy and 5 means Sell). The stock currently has P/E of 23.07 for trailing twelve months while its Forward P/E is 16.16.

The Boeing Company (NYSE:BA) touched its 52-Week High of $152.11 on Nov 29, 2016 while it’s 52-Week Low of $102.1 on Feb 11, 2016. The company currently has Return on Assets of 4.7 percent, Return on Equity of 131.5% and Return on Investment of 33.5 percent. The stock currently showing Weekly Volatility of 1.28%% and Monthly Volatility of 1.46% Percent with Average True Range of 2.49 and Beta of 1.05.

The 18 analysts offering 12-month price forecasts for Boeing have a median target of 153.50, with a high estimate of 192.00 and a low estimate of 102.00. The median estimate represents a +1.23% increase from the last price of 151.64.

Press Release:

The Company and Vietnam Airlines celebrated the delivery of the flag carrier’s 10th 787-9 Dreamliner on 25 November.

The airline took delivery of its first 787 Dreamliner in July 2015 and has nine more 787s on order.

The Boeing 787 Dreamliner is an all-new, super-efficient family of commercial airplanes that brings big-jet ranges and speed to the middle of the market. Boeing designed the 787 family with superior efficiency, allowing airlines to open new routes profitably and fly directly where passengers wish in exceptional comfort. The 787 family uses 20 to 25 percent less fuel with 20 to 25 percent fewer emissions than the airplanes they replace.

Since entering service in 2011, the 787 has flown more than 125 million passengers on more than 530 routes around the world, including more than 120 new nonstop routes made possible through its efficiency.

Company Profile:

The Boeing Company is one of the world’s major aerospace firms. The company operates in three principal segments: commercial airplanes; military aircraft and missiles; and space and communications.