A Blitz filled with big names
FALLS CHURCH, Va. _ Northrop Grumman Corp. on Wednesday reported first-quarter net income of $640 million. The average estimate of nine analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was for earnings of $2.90 per share. Five analysts surveyed by Zacks expected $6.12 billion.
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To better understand how the Armed Forces could undergo a "great rebuilding," look no further than the T-X Trainer competition.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan uses data partner Kensho to see if defense stocks will continue to rally, according to history.
The Air Force will decide on its next-generation jet trainer later this year but pressure may have eased on Boeing to score a win.
Lockheed Martin is getting offered a "block buy" for its F-35 aircraft in exchange for a Navy deal with Boeing, according to a report.
The Air Force's super-secret B-21 long-range strike bomber under development will feature flexible technology to stave off obsolescence.
North Korea's latest missile firing was a wake-up call for the U.S. military on several fronts.
Threats from abroad and congressional hearings scheduled Wednesday could highlight the need to update the weapons technology.
One strategist says the recent rally in defense stocks isn't over yet.
Citi Research on Wednesday issued an unfavorable tone on defense stocks, downgrading two companies to neutral from buy.
President Trump pledges to increase military spending as arms sales boom globally. What does this mean for U.S defense companies?
Under Trump's proposal, most federal agencies will face budget reductions.
The White House wants $54 billion more in defense spending for fiscal 2018 – news that is being well received Monday major defense stocks.
Buybacks keep rolling along, but here is why they are no panacea for all of the market's problems.
Goldman Sachs says there are two aerospace and defense companies best positioned to emerge as winners of increased military spending.
The Northrop Grumman-BAE Systems team exited the T-X trainer jet competition, making it the second team to leave the competition this month.