Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
BAE Systems 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
  -0.50p -0.08% 631.50p 631.50p 632.00p 634.00p 628.50p 633.00p 303,989 08:43:38
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Aerospace & Defence 19,020.0 1,151.0 28.8 21.9 20,113.83

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/9/2017
21:10
well charts says its heading back for new highs, maybe wrong, but just look at that chart for the last 7 years. With this going ex divi on 19/10 cant see this being sold off unless the Saudis don't play ball and give some bad news.
evianone
20/9/2017
14:08
JP Morgan lowers 2018 EPS estimate for BAE on Sterling, Saudi headwind hTTp://sharecast.com/news/jp-morgan-lowers-2018-eps-estimate-for-bae-on-sterling-saudi-headwind/26461462.html
fangorn2
18/9/2017
18:01
FredFishcake - We're still waiting for the 'big one' from Saudi aren't we ???
losos
18/9/2017
09:37
Let's hope that doesn't annoy the Saudis.....
fredfishcake
17/9/2017
19:00
New order for Typhoon.http://www.middleeasteye.net/news/uk-supply-qatar-eurofighter-jets-97038783
invest ted
12/9/2017
20:06
Workshare makes sense to keep "the expertise/technology/skills" in the UK BUT you can't do that whilst specifying 1) Max £250 per ship when Equivalent is £300-350m 2) Modular with Export potential being a serious determinant of what is built. Need to build what UK needs, not what some third party might want. Pointless making export potential amajor factor. Simply no way pan European modular is cheaper than UK modular. Delays & cost overruns of Tornado & Typhoon evidence that.
fangorn2
12/9/2017
10:37
Fangorn, Is it cheaper, I suspect so but the main reason is manufacturing capability and (in the case of QE11 class) workshare.
ribblewader
12/9/2017
08:54
If the modules are scattered across Europe transport costs alone/logistics will make it far more expensive surely? Or is it cheaper to truck from say Berlin to London,than from London to Clyde? Yes QE2 delayed on purpose because some halfwit sold off all our harriers on the cheap which would've provided interim air cover whilst waiting for the new F35B!
fangorn2
12/9/2017
08:05
Fangorn, dont see why that makes cost overruns on Typhoon and Tornado. They are expensive because of support. The QE11 carriers were delayed (on purpose). I doubt if any single nation can now afford to design, build, test and produce a world beating a/c at this time
ribblewader
11/9/2017
22:29
Typhoon and Tornado are modular - that explains why they're subject to massive cost overruns/long delivery delays!!! Did the QE2 carrier come in "on time" and "within" budget? Am more inclined to accept "modular approach" IF it's within UK, rather than the Pan European Typhoon/Tornado structure.
fangorn2
11/9/2017
16:11
I didn't realise the carriers had been built that way. I am clearly out of date...
wad collector
11/9/2017
13:13
Wad, Airbus build modular aircraft. Typhoon and Tornado are and F35. The QE11 carriers appear to be ok with no major assembly issues around the modules.
ribblewader
11/9/2017
12:53
Prefabricated sections being constructed at different sites sounds like a recipe for trouble! It isn't just the steel ; most of the cablework and pipework needs pre-installation . What a quality control nightmare , imagine if one yard gets the spec slightly wrong . Not easy to look in the next dock to check how they are doing it. Maybe the new world of IT makes these sort of errors unlikely but I wonder if it will save any money . Wouldn't want to get in aircraft built that way.
wad collector
06/9/2017
10:52
Shipbuilding contracts on the horizon have not stopped the share price falling back. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-41171515
wad collector
24/8/2017
13:28
Glad to see something in my portfolio is starting to rise this week.
wad collector
24/8/2017
12:17
Rated at 'conviction buy' with a 750p price target - Goldman said recent underperformance offers an attractive entry point. It noted the stock has sharply underperformed the FTSE 100 in the past two months, and with 26% upside to its price target, a likely upcoming catalyst in the form of a Typhoon contract award from Saudi Arabia, and an unprecedented valuation disconnect versus US peer, the entry point is compelling.
fangorn2
04/8/2017
23:14
Down to £5.5 on charts?
tsmith2
04/8/2017
18:17
Chairman just purchased £200k of shares.Pocket money to him but better than nothing.
chiefbrody
03/8/2017
12:50
Down about 12% now. Must be more than just a $/£ issue.
chiefbrody
03/8/2017
11:22
587 too much to resist. Had to sell some Shell which I usually regret but....
wad collector
02/8/2017
19:14
Minerve, the £30 trillion was a slight exaggeration. Can't say I understand today's drop though , the empirical trader suggests time to buy some back.
wad collector
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