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Bae Systems Plc LSE:BA. London Ordinary Share GB0002634946 ORD 2.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -9.80 -1.84% 521.60 520.80 521.00 535.00 520.60 533.40 6,074,306 16:35:08
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Aerospace & Defence 18,305.0 1,626.0 46.4 11.2 16,784

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05/12/2020
09:43
German industry lead prepares for possible collapse of TLVS anti-missile program COLOGNE, Germany — The German arm of MBDA said it will “restructure” its operations following signals from Berlin that the government is having second thoughts about the company’s pet project, the TLVS air defense system. The move comes after European consortium MBDA and its American partner Lockheed Martin held out hope for years that their follow-on work on the former Medium Extended Air Defense System — which included the United States, Germany and Italy — would eventually yield a contract with the German military, or Bundeswehr. hTtps://www.defensenews.com/global/europe/2020/12/04/german-industry-lead-prepares-for-possible-collapse-of-tlvs-anti-missile-program/
charlie_324
05/12/2020
09:37
War is coming...... China Pushing Things To "Boiling Point": Admin Says Pentagon Alarmed Over Taiwan "Sooner or later they’re willing to push things to a boiling point over Taiwan as they did in Hong Kong and on border with India," the official is cited further as saying to CNN's Sciutto. "It’s coming." Meanwhile, the Pentagon is reportedly proceeding with plans to establish (or in a sense resurrect) a new 1st Fleet for the US Navy to better monitor the expansive Indian Ocean region and ultimately deter China. hTTps://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/china-pushing-things-boiling-point-admin-says-pentagon-alarmed-over-taiwan
geckotheglorious
04/12/2020
13:07
A new image of the Tempest fighter jet has been revealed by the Royal Air Force. Team Tempest is a UK technology and defence partnership formed by BAE Systems, Leonardo, MBDA, Rolls-Royce and the RAF, and involving hundreds of high-tech companies, SMEs and academia across the UK. hTtps://ukdefencejournal.org.uk/new-image-of-new-british-fighter-jet/
ribblewader
04/12/2020
11:59
Type 45 Destroyers out of service dates revealed On current plans, the Type 45 destroyers will leave service between 2035 and 2038. htTps://ukdefencejournal.org.uk/type-45-destroyers-out-of-service-dates-revealed/
malvernwaters
04/12/2020
11:29
Tempest NI Industry Briefing The UK’s future combat air capability is essential for our national security and the long-term health of the UK defence industry. htTps://www.adsgroup.org.uk/blog/defence/tempest-ni-industry-briefing/
ribblewader
03/12/2020
22:16
That was an interesting day! ALL of my stocks up, most now in profit, Yee Haaa
malvernwaters
03/12/2020
08:52
F-35 ABCs: Learn About Britain's Most Expensive Warplane And Its Variants There are three variants of the F-35 fighter jet, with the RAF and Royal Navy being equipped with the F-35B. hTtps://www.forces.net/news/f-35-abcs-why-are-there-three-variants
ribblewader
02/12/2020
15:51
Correct, but you had to follow the link in the UKDJ to find it!
northernhills
02/12/2020
15:48
Wednesday August 26 2020, 12.01am, The Times
hardm
02/12/2020
11:38
hardm. The UK Defence Journal article is dated 1 Dec 2020.
northernhills
02/12/2020
08:32
hardm. The defence funding increase does not include "new buy's" of F35's. The budget for the purchase of 138 frames should have been funded before the Nov 2020 defence spending increase. Only 70 have so far been budgeted for, the "new" funding is unlikely to be used for the remaining 68 frames and still achieve Bo Jo's vision of Britain ruling the waves at the same time.
ribblewader
01/12/2020
19:44
Honestly, doom and gloom again and people just reading headlines. The article was written 20 August 2020. The article also says "It should be noted that numbers right now are currently where they’re expected to be and inline with the 2015 Strategic Defence and Security Review". In Nov'20 it was confirmed that defence spending would increase
hardm
01/12/2020
19:41
Honestly, doom and gloom again and people just headlines. he article was written 20 August 2020. The article also says "It should be noted that numbers right now are currently where they’re expected to be and inline with the 2015 Strategic Defence and Security Review". In Nov'20 it was confirmed that defence spending would increase.
hardm
01/12/2020
09:15
Successive Labour and Tory governments have destroyed the UK for their own personal greed
dope007
01/12/2020
08:51
NH, I agree. With the current borrowing and spending I can see a whole range of future projects going to the wall. With other similar projects globally, Tempest could perhaps be one of them! Although some of its proposed systems could be developed further.
ribblewader
01/12/2020
07:54
If the UK are thinking of halving the number of F35's its planning to buy, what hope does that give to the future of Tempest?......... In an exclusive report by Lucy Fisher at The Times, it was claimed that the Ministry of Defence have discussed procuring 70 F-35 jets instead of 138 as a ‘minimum credible F-35 fleet’. It should be noted that the UK is only committed to buy 48 so far. The report states that Britain could buy only half its target of 138 F-35 jets, according to sources close to the government’s defence review and that “the wider British aspiration to buy 138 of the aircraft over the lifespan of the US-led programme is seen as unlikely to be fulfilled”. hTtps://ukdefencejournal.org.uk/more-new-f-35-jets-arrive-in-the-uk/
northernhills
30/11/2020
15:52
BAE Systems set to invest £70 million upgrading its munitions manufacturing sites after securing £2.4 billion UK Armed Forces contract. The huge 15-year deal will sustain more than 4,000 British jobs. hTTps://mtdmfg.com/news/bae-systems-awarded-2-4-billion-munitions-contract-to-equip-uk-armed-forces/
bluemango
30/11/2020
12:42
3 more F35B's....... More F-35 jets being delivered to the UK A Voyager tanker is currently crossing the Atlantic, bringing with it additional F-35B jets for the United Kingdom. htTps://ukdefencejournal.org.uk/more-f-35-jets-being-delivered-to-the-uk/
ribblewader
30/11/2020
11:59
Thanks Charlie :-) 2.4 over 15 years!
ribblewader
30/11/2020
11:56
BAE Systems awarded £2.4 billion munitions contract to equip UK Armed Forces BAE Systems has been awarded a new 15-year contract for the supply of munitions to the UK Ministry of Defence (MOD). The contract, worth £2.4bn, will sustain approximately 4,000 jobs across the UK. hTtps://www.baesystems.com/en/article/bae-systems-awarded-gbp-2-4-billion-munitions-contract-to-equip-uk-armed-forces
charlie_324
30/11/2020
11:53
BAE wins £2.4bn UK munitions contract BAE Systems has won a £2.4bn contract to supply the UK government with munitions in a deal the company said would sustain about 4,000 British jobs. The 15-year deal with the Ministry of Defence will replace the current contract, which ends in December 2022. It will guarantee the delivery of munitions and engineering support for the UK armed forces. Charles Woodburn, BAE's chief executive, said: “This contract secures the future of a highly technical and critical industry which supports thousands of manufacturing jobs in several areas throughout the UK. By investing in new technology and skills to further develop our expertise, we can continue to deliver essential sovereign capability to the armed forces at competitive prices.” [...] Why is SHARECAST being blocked ADVFN?? [...] sharecast.com/news/news-and-announcements/bae-wins-24bn-uk-munitions-contract--7730378.html bae-wins-24bn-uk-munitions-contract--7730378.html Sharcast
geckotheglorious
30/11/2020
09:44
Catching up with regulatory requirements pre exit.... Https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/regulatory-article-ra-1010-head-of-establishment-aviation-responsibilities Https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/regulatory-article-ra-1030-defence-aeronautical-information-management
ribblewader
26/11/2020
17:07
Thanks for that, seems to fit with emerging US battle management where the F35 is more of a sensor/comms node for other weapons platforms.
shalder
26/11/2020
16:39
shalder, I dont think it was the F35 doing the kills but its ability to integrate with other ground/air/surface assets and pass data to them of the threat. Linking directly to ground based anti air weapons and/or other friendly fighter aircraft with the F35 becoming the controller (battle space manager).
ribblewader
26/11/2020
13:26
Not being funny, but how does one F35 kill 60 enemy aircraft? If one assumes a BVR loadout of 4 missiles in stealth mode...
shalder
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