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|Day's range||222.98 - 225.72|
|52-week range||187.38 - 230.00|
|PE ratio (TTM)||23.53|
|Earnings date||25 Apr 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||3.72 (1.70%)|
|1y target est||249.16|
The aerospace and defense company has been held back in recent years by its massive business jet operations. Evidence is mounting that that is likely to change this year.
General Dynamics (GD) has secured a deal for the operation, maintenance and expansion of the global US BICES-X federated network environment infrastructure.
The aerospace component manufacturer makes a difficult, but necessary, choice as part of its broader restructuring effort.
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the recent joint venture (JV) that aircraft major Boeing formed with Saudi Arabian Military Industries is likely to keep the U.S. defense industry on a growth trajectory
General Dynamics (GD) has now become the largest provider of information technology services to the federal government after acquiring CSRA.
China’s proposed aircraft tariffs take aim at Boeing Co.’s main source of profit, the 737 jetliner family, while exempting a popular upgraded model needed to fuel the rapid growth of the country’s airlines....
This tie-up got finalized a week after President Trump praised Saudi Arabia for being a 'big purchaser' of American weaponries. Thanks to the recent investment strategies of Saudi Arabia, U.S. defense majors are likely to be on a growth trajectory.
The two defense primes are among the winners from the recently approved appropriations bill. But which one is the better buy today?
CACI International's (CACI) decision to withdraw its offer to buy CSRA comes a week after General Dynamics raised its all-cash offer to buy the latter.
Defense contractors Raytheon, Northrop and General Dynamics are winners from higher military spending. The defense stocks' relative strength lines are at highs.
In keeping with its usual trend the U.S. defense industry witnessed a generous flow of funds from the Pentagon over the trailing five sessions.
Shares of CSRA Inc. rose 0.9% in premarket trade Tuesday, after General Dynamics Corp. raised its per-share bid to buy the information technology company, in the wake of a rival bid from CACI International ...
CACI has upped the ante for government IT firm CSRA, hoping to disrupt General Dynamics' planned $9.6 billion acquisition. The dealmaking frenzy appears likely to continue well into the future.
General Dynamics' deal with CSRA could be in trouble as CACI made a rival bid for the information-technology provider late Sunday.
General Dynamics (GD) believes that CACI'S offer overstates the real value to CSRA shareholders and understates the involved risk.