Boeing Co  (BA)
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    Sector  Capital Goods    Industry Aerospace & Defense
   Industry Aerospace & Defense
   Sector  Capital Goods
Price: $200.5400 $0.54 0.270%
Day's High: $200.9699 Week Perf: -0.43 %
Day's Low: $ 198.97 30 Day Perf: -4.42 %
Volume (M): 551 52 Wk High: $ 267.54
Volume (M$): $ 110,022 52 Wk Avg: $212.45
Open: $204.00 52 Wk Low: $176.25

 Market Capitalization (Millions $) 121,417
 Shares Outstanding (Millions) 605
 Employees 142,000
 Revenues (TTM) (Millions $) 77,794
 Net Income (TTM) (Millions $) -2,242
 Cash Flow (TTM) (Millions $) -1,934
 Capital Exp. (TTM) (Millions $) 1,527

Boeing Co
The Boeing Company, together with its subsidiaries, is one of the world's major aerospace firms. We are organized based on the products and services we offer. We operate in six principal segments: Commercial Airplanes; Aircraft and Weapon Systems (A&WS), Network Systems, Support Systems and Launch and Orbital Systems (L&OS), collectively Integrated Defense Systems (IDS); and Boeing Capital Corporation (BCC). We also established an Other segment classification which principally includes the activities of Connexion by BoeingSM, a two-way data communications service for global travelers; Air Traffic Management, a business unit developing new approaches to a global solution to address air traffic management issues; and Boeing Technology, an advanced research and development organization focused on innovative technologies, improved processes and the creation of new products.

Commercial Airplanes Segment

The Commercial Airplanes segment is involved in developing, producing and marketing commercial jet aircraft and providing related support services, principally to the commercial airline industry worldwide. We are a leading producer of commercial aircraft and offer a family of commercial jetliners designed to meet a broad spectrum of passenger and cargo requirements of domestic and foreign airlines. This family of commercial jet aircraft currently includes the 717 and 737 Next-Generation narrow-body models and the 747, 767 and 777 wide-body models. Final delivery of the MD-11 aircraft occurred in 2001. Final delivery of the 757 aircraft is scheduled to occur in the second quarter of 2005.

Commercial jet aircraft are normally sold on a fixed-price basis with an indexed price escalation clause. Our ability to deliver jet aircraft on schedule depends on a variety of factors, including execution of internal performance plans, availability of raw materials, performance of suppliers and subcontractors, and regulatory certification. The introduction of new and derivative commercial aircraft programs involves increased risks associated with meeting development, production and certification schedules.

The major focus of commercial aircraft development activities over the past three years has been the 737 Next-Generation-900 model, the 747-400ER, the 747-400ERF, the 777-200LR, and the 777-300ER. The initial delivery of the 737-900, the largest member of the 737 Next-Generation family, occurred in the second quarter of 2001. Certification and first delivery of the 747-400ER and 747-400ERF occurred during the fourth quarter of 2002. Certification and first delivery of the 777-300ER and 777-200LR is scheduled for 2004 and 2006, respectively.

Integrated Defense Systems Segments

IDS is involved in the research, development, production, modification and support of the following products and related systems: military aircraft, including fighter, transport and attack aircraft; helicopters; missiles; space systems; missile defense systems; satellites and satellite launching vehicles; rocket engines; and information and battle management systems.

The IDS business environment extends over multiple markets, including defense (A&WS, Network Systems and Support Systems), homeland security (Network Systems), space exploration (L&OS), and launch and satellites (L&OS). IDS derives over 85% of its revenue from sales to the U.S. Government and we are forecasting this business mix will remain at this level into the foreseeable future. Specifically, IDS's primary customers are the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) for our products in the defense market, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security for the homeland security market, NASA for the space exploration market, and the U.S. Government for the launch and satellites market.

The major trends that shape the current environment of IDS include significant but relatively flat U.S. Government defense and space budgets; rapid expansion of information and communication technologies; the need for low cost, assured access to space; and a convergence of military, civil and commercial markets.

We are continuing to invest in business opportunities where we can use our customer knowledge, technical strength and large-scale systems integration capabilities to shape the market. Current major developmental programs include the F/A-22 Raptor, V-22 Osprey tiltrotor aircraft, C-130 Avionics Modernization Program (AMP) and the Unmanned Combat Air Vehicle (UCAV) and Future Combat Systems (FCS). Both the V-22 and F/A-22 programs have transitioned to low-rate initial production but also continue developmental activities. The CH-47 Chinook is currently transitioning from development to production of a major new upgrade program. Current products in the tactical missiles market include the Harpoon Block II, SLAM-ER, CALCM and the Joint Direct Attack Munition (JDAM). Future programs include the Small Diameter Bomb. We are aggressively pursuing opportunities that utilize high-speed technology for the next-generation missile.

The Network Systems research and development funding has been focused on communications capabilities. In the communications market, we are investing to enable connectivity between existing air/ground platforms, increase communications availability and bandwidth through more robust space systems, and leveraged innovative communications concepts. Investments were made in global situational awareness concepts to develop communication system architectures to support various business opportunities including FCS, Joint Tactical Radio System, FAB-T and Global Missile Defense. A major contributor to our support of these DoD transformation programs is the investment in the Boeing Integration Center where our network-centric operations concepts are developed in partnership with its customers. We also will continue to make focused investments that will lead to the development of next-generation space intelligence systems.

Within the L&OS segment, we continued investing in the new Delta IV heavy lift demonstration expendable launch vehicle, which is scheduled to be launched July 2004. This product gave us greater access to a portion of the launch market that was previously unavailable with the Delta II rocket alone. The Network Systems segment has continued to be the premier provider of Airborne Early Warning and Control Systems (AEW&C) with the execution of the agreement with the Turkish government for four new AEW&C Systems aircraft and continued technical progress on the previously awarded Australian AEW&C contract.

The acquisition and merger related consolidations among U.S. aerospace companies resulted in three principal prime contractors for the DoD and NASA, including ourselves. As a result of the extensive consolidation in the defense and space industry, we along with our major competitors are also partners or major suppliers to each other on various programs. We are in a 50% partnership with Lockheed Martin in United Space Alliance, which is responsible for all ground processing of the Space Shuttle fleet and for space-related operations with the U.S. Air Force. United Space Alliance also performs modifications, testing and checkout operations that are required to ready the Space Shuttle for launch. United Space Alliance operations are performed under cost-type contracts. Our proportionate share of joint venture earnings is recognized as income.

The Sea Launch venture, in which we are a 40% partner with RSC Energia (25%) of Russia, Kvaerner ASA (20%) of Norway, and KB Yuzhnoye/PO Yuzhmash (15%) of Ukraine, provides ocean-based launch services to commercial satellite customers.

Boeing Capital Corporation Segment

Historically, BCC has acted as a captive finance subsidiary by providing market-based lease and loan financing for commercial aircraft as well as commercial equipment. In November 2003, we announced a significant change in BCC's strategic direction, moving from a focus on growing the portfolio to a focus on supporting our major operating units and managing overall corporate exposures. For our commercial aircraft market, BCC will facilitate, arrange, and selectively provide financing to Commercial Airplanes' customers. For our defense and space markets, BCC will primarily arrange and structure financing solutions for IDS's government customers. In addition, BCC will enhance the risk management activities to reduce exposures associated with the current portfolio. BCC expects to satisfy any external funding needs through access to traditional market funding sources.

BCC competes in the commercial equipment leasing and finance markets, primarily in the United States, against a number of competitors, mainly larger leasing companies and banks. BCC's Commercial Financial Services' portfolio encompasses multiple industries and a wide range of equipment, including corporate aircraft, machine tools and production equipment, containers and marine equipment, chemical, oil and gas equipment and other equipment types. Historically, approximately 20% of BCC's portfolio was related to commercial equipment leasing and financing activities. In January 2004, we announced that we are exploring strategic alternatives for the future of BCC's Commercial Financial Services business. The alternatives being examined include a sale of the operation itself, sale of the portfolio or a phased wind-down of the existing portfolio.

The commercial jet aircraft market and the airline industry remain extremely competitive. We face aggressive international competitors, including Airbus, that are intent on increasing their market share. To effectively compete, we focus on improving our processes and continuing cost reduction efforts. We continue to leverage our extensive customer support services network for airlines throughout the world to provide a higher level of customer satisfaction and productivity.

   Company Address: 929 Long Bridge Drive Arlington, 22202 VA
   Company Phone Number: 465-3500   Stock Exchange / Ticker: NYSE BA

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Boeing Co Announces Remarkable Turnaround with Major Revenue Surge

Boeing Co, the American aerospace company, has recently reported its financial results for the fiscal interval ending December 31, 2023. The company has shown significant improvement compared to the previous year, with a decreased loss per share of $-0.04 per share, compared to $-1.04 per share in the prior year. Additionally, the company's income per share has improved from $-2.70 per share in the prior reporting season.
One of the most notable achievements for Boeing Co is the increase in revenue. In the comparable reporting season a year prior, the company's revenue was $19.98 billion. This year, the revenue has significantly increased by 10.2% to $22.02 billion. Moreover, sequentially, the revenue has improved by 21.62% from $18.10 billion. This growth in revenue shows that Boeing Co has been outperforming most of its contemporaries in the Aerospace & Defense industry. In the fourth quarter of 2023, the average top-line elevation in the Aerospace & Defense industry was only 1.90%.

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Published Tue, Jan 16 2024 6:00 PM UTC

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Boeing Co's Segments
Commercial Airplanes
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Precision Engagement & Mobility Systems
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Network Systems
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Support Systems
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Boeing Co's Operating Statistics Decrease / Increase
Commercial Airplanes Deliveries    Commercial Airplanes Deliveries Growth   
Commercial Airplanes backlog (millions $)    Commercial Airplanes backlog (millions $) Growth   
Aircraft Weapon Systems backlog (millions $)    Aircraft Weapon Systems backlog (millions $) Growth   
Network Systems backlog (millions $)    Network Systems backlog (millions $) Growth   
Support Systems backlog (millions $)    Support Systems backlog (millions $) Growth   
Total contractual backlog (millions $)    Total contractual backlog (millions $) Growth   
Unobligated backlog (millions $)   Unobligated backlog (millions $) Decline   
Total backlog (millions $)    Total backlog (millions $) Growth   


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