Boeing and Airbus are the world’s two largest planemakers, so which manufacturer has the highest value in shares?
The share price of both planemakers shown below will be accurate as of 17/10/23 at 1800 UK time.
Without further ado, let’s get into it…
Boeing vs. Airbus: Who Has The Highest Value in Shares?…
At the time of writing, the value in shares for Boeing was recorded at $184.93, with a market capitalisation of $111.59bn.
For Airbus, their value in shares at the time of writing was recorded at 127.30EUR, with a market capitalisation of 100.30bnEUR.
On conversion into the U.S dollar, this comes back at $134.62 per share, with a market capitalisation of just over $106bn.
Despite some drops from Boeing that day, the American planemaker is still comfortably ahead of it’s European competitor.
On the Deliveries front, the American planemaker was able to handover 27 aircraft in September. For orders, Boeing received a gross total of 224 aircraft ordered.
On the deliveries front, Airbus superseded Boeing by handing over 55 new jets to 34 different customers.
Gross orders for Airbus was recorded at 23 jets for September.
So Airbus didn’t do as well on the orders front compared to Boeing, but were able to deliver more aircraft, and have done so consistently month-on-month over 2023 so far, whilst the American planemaker handles supply chain issues.
But for now, the American planemaker takes the lead in highest value in shares.
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