How has BA's revenue growth performed historically?
BA's revenue has grown slower (-8.63% per year) than the US Aerospace & Defense industry average (4.03%)
BA's revenue has grown slower (-8.63% per year) than the US market average (17.66%)
BA's revenue growth is accelerating - its growth over the last year (-7.43%) is above its 5-year compound annual rate (-8.63%)
BA earnings and revenue history
Current Profit Margin
BA Return on equity
BA's Return on Equity (54.4%) shows a company that is highly efficient at transforming shareholder equity into returns
BA Return on assets
BA is generating lower Return on Assets (-5.8%) than the US Aerospace & Defense industry average (2.18%)
BA Return on capital employed
BA's ability to generate Return on Capital (-11.2%) has decreased compared to 3 years ago (31.9%)
Boeing Earnings & Revenue FAQ
What were BA's earnings last quarter?
On Jul 28, 2021, Boeing (NYSE: BA) reported Q2 2021 earnings per share (EPS) of $1.00, up 123.81% year over year. Total Boeing earnings for the quarter were $587.00 million. In the same quarter last year, Boeing's earnings per share (EPS) was -$4.20.
What was BA's earnings growth in the past year?
As of Q3 2021, Boeing's earnings has grown null year over year. Boeing's earnings in the past year totalled -$8.82 billion.
What was BA's revenue last quarter?
On Jul 28, 2021, Boeing (NYSE: BA) reported Q2 2021 revenue of $17.00 billion up 43.97% year over year. In the same quarter last year, Boeing's revenue was $11.81 billion.
What was BA's revenue growth in the past year?
As of Q3 2021, Boeing's revenue has grown -7.43% year over year. This is 11.68 percentage points lower than the US Aerospace & Defense industry revenue growth rate of 4.26%. Boeing's revenue in the past year totalled $61.66 billion.
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