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|Day's range||193.69 - 196.13|
|52-week range||184.21 - 230.00|
|PE ratio (TTM)||20.08|
|Earnings date||25 Jul 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||3.72 (1.93%)|
|1y target est||240.94|
General Dynamics' (GD) Aerospace business segment has not been performing very well lately. This downtrend is likely to continue until the company starts delivery of new G500 jets in the second half of 2018.
A generous flow of funds from the Pentagon was not sufficient enough to boost the aerospace and defense stocks substantially
Microsoft Corp. is catching up to Amazon.com Inc. in obtaining federal security approvals, giving it an edge over other potential bidders in the Pentagon’s winner-take-all competition for a multibillion-dollar cloud computing contract. The company best-known for its office software is advancing toward the certification needed to host the government’s most sensitive, classified information -- a status held currently only by Amazon Web Services -- as it expands cloud-computing storage centers through its Azure Government Secret unit. “Based on the security accreditation process alone there are really only two competitors,” Amazon and Microsoft, said Christopher Cornillie, a federal market analyst for Bloomberg Government.
General Dynamics' (GD) Hydra-70 rockets can be mounted on most of the rotary and fixed-wing aircraft, which include the Apache, Cobra and F-16.
The Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” policy at the border generated weeks of outrage, but for some federal contractors it’s also generating profits, analysts say. Under Trump’s policy, launched in April, anyone who crosses the border without authorization is subject to criminal prosecution, even if they are seeking asylum.
General Dynamics' (GD) Stryker Land Vehicle provides the U.S. Army with an effective mix of capabilities, including infantry transport, offensive firepower and reconnaissance.
A sudden sell-off was witnessed in the global stock market, which in turn overweighed the positive impact of the U.S. Senate's approval for fiscal 2019 budget.
Sustainable investors, playing the long game, are engaging with companies to strengthen human-rights practices even after the Trump administration decided to rescind its executive order to separate migrant families at the border, deciding to keep families together in custody. Sister Nora Nash, who oversees retirement funds for the Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia, told Barron’s that she is working with JPMorgan Chase (JPM) and Wells Fargo (WFC), “financial institutions who support legislation on human rights, and asking them to do due diligence on financing prisons.” Earlier this week, Nash says, she had written half a dozen companies, including the two banks, “to ask their CEOs to address the issue at the border.” After Nash sent the letters, she says, the Business Roundtable—a group of CEOs of major corporations chaired by JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon—issued a statement urging the administration “to end immediately the policy of separating accompanied minors from their parents.
General Dynamics (GD) secures a modification contract for economic ordering quantity material associated with the fiscal 2019-2023 Virginia class submarines.
In the Trump Era, progressive political activists have looked for new ways to push their policy agenda, often turning their attention to the companies that profit from ties to the administration. Now, as outrage grows over an immigration policy that’s separated thousands of children from their parents at the border, activists have begun to name and shame the private companies that stand to benefit from expanding detention facilities for children. Sleeping Giants and Grab Your Wallet, two social media-based consumer activism groups, have asked their hundreds of thousands of Twitter and Facebook followers to contact companies like MVM Inc. and General Dynamics Corp.
Virginia-Class submarines are designed for a broad spectrum of open-ocean and littoral missions, jointly constructed by General Dynamics (GD) and Huntington Ingalls.
Shares of major U.S. defense contractors declined on Jun 12 following a conflict-free settlement of the denuclearization deal.
While the eco-political consequence of signing the denuclearization agreement at this historical meeting was a constructive one, it does not bode well for the U.S. defense industry.
As of February 2018, General Dynamics (GD) secured construction contracts for six DDG-51s, scheduled for delivery through 2024.
The momentum pushing defense stocks ever-higher in recent years has suddenly disappeared. Is there still room for General Dynamics to run?
General Dynamics' (GD) warfare ships are equipped to protect carrier battle groups, amphibious landing groups, underway replenishment groups and convoys.
General Dynamics (GD) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
Per the terms, General Dynamics' (GD) Electric Boat will procure prototype material and manufacturing for the aforementioned air conditioning units.
Boeing's booming commercial aircraft business will help keep its stock strong, while the overall defense sector's six consecutive years of outperformance have come to an end, according to Credit Suisse.
These two defense giants have seen their share prices plummet in recent months. Which is the better buy today?