- The article discusses how little is known about Boeing's space business and its performance within the "Defense, Space and Security" segment, which generated $6.2 billion in revenue last quarter and how this lack of transparency makes it difficult for investors to make informed decisions. The article also mentions that ULA, a Boeing-Lockheed Martin joint venture, is for sale, and it's unclear how important these businesses are to Boeing's overall earnings. Lockheed Martin's stock increased by 1.42% on the night the article was published.
- Lockheed Martin's (LMT) stock went up 1.42% after Terran Orbital, in which it invested $100 million last year, announced a record $2.4 billion contract from Rivada Space Networks, with further expansions of manufacturing and assembly space in Irvine, California planned, and highlighted its achievements from 2022.
- Lockheed Martin (LMT) stock went up by 1.42% on the news that a joint venture between the company and aerospace behemoth General Electric (GE) in the early 1990s played a critical role in speeding up the development of 3D arcade graphics technology, which was instrumental in Sega’s Daytona USA and later Virtua Racing and Virtua Fighter video games.
- Lockheed Martin's stock (LMT) went down by 1.56% amidst competitors Raytheon Technologies (RTX) and Boeing (BA) falling by 2.38% and 1.05% respectively, on a generally grim trading day for the stock market; no clear reason for the decrease in Lockheed Martin's stock was given in the article.
- Lockheed Martin (LMT) stock decreased by 1.56% on 23 March as aerospace companies Boeing, Lockheed Martin and Bell join a delegation of firms from the US, Vietnam, defence and pharmaceutical sectors, among others, that will hold meetings with state-owned Vietnamese defence procurement firms, as the country looks to open up to new military suppliers amid China's growing assertiveness and amid tensions in Ukraine, with Vietnam's military looking to purchase helicopters and drones, although no immediate breakthrough is expected for such deals.
- Lockheed Martin's stock (LMT) went down 1.56% on a bearish trading session, and it was the third consecutive day of losses, possibly due to the overall drop in the stock market, with the S&P 500 index falling 1.1% and the Dow Jones Industrial Average falling 1.19%.
- Lockheed Martin's (LMT) stock went down by -1.16% after a federal regulator sued to block its acquisition of Aerojet Rocketdyne Holdings, forcing Aerojet to seek an acquisition by L3Harris Technologies Inc. instead, which is currently under review by the Federal Trade Commission.
- Lockheed Martin (LMT) stock went down by 1.16% last night as quantum computing is still evolving and has not yet reached a level where it can demonstrate its supremacy over classical computers, and as a result, the cracking of Shor's algorithm, which is the basis of modern cryptography, is still a distant possibility.
- This article discusses hedge funds' selection of the best aerospace stocks to buy, including Howmet Aerospace, Textron, Axon Enterprise, Honeywell International, and L3Harris Technologies, and mentions the positive outlook for the aerospace and defense industry despite supply chain constraints and potential risks of recession, but fails to provide any specific reasons for why Lockheed Martin (LMT) stock went down.
- Lockheed Martin (LMT) stock went down by 0.31% as an analysis suggests that General Electric (GE) stock is a better pick than LMT, given its better prospects.
- The article is not about Lockheed Martin (LMT) stock going down, but rather about Latecoere, a tier 1 partner to major international aircraft manufacturers, selling its Electrical Wiring and Interconnection Systems (EWIS) business in Querétaro, Mexico, to Bombardier and entering into discussions with stakeholders to enhance the group's overall capital structure, with a view to facing the post-COVID economy, including supply chain and inflationary disruptions; therefore, it is not clear why Lockheed Martin's stock went down.
- Lockheed Martin (LMT) stock went down by -0.31% due to escalating geopolitical tensions between the United States and China, which has been conducting a long-term, less visible campaign to steal American trade secrets and intellectual property, including commercial technologies and military equipment, while publicly denying it engages in economic espionage.
- Lockheed Martin (LMT) stock experienced a -0.31% decrease following the announcement of a new partnership with Korea Aerospace Industries and Red 6 Aerospace to bring advanced 21st Century Security capabilities to training and combat aircraft.
- The article suggests that General Electric stock is a better choice than Lockheed Martin stock, despite the latter's higher valuation, and does not give a reason for why LMT stock went down.
- Lockheed Martin (LMT) stock went up by 0.84% after being awarded a $1.2 billion contract by the US Navy for hypersonic missiles that can be fired from destroyers, while the Navy will slow down the design and purchase of its next-generation destroyers to reduce risk and ensure that new technology like hypersonic missiles and powerful lasers are mature before construction is pressed ahead.
- Lockheed Martin's stock goes up by 0.84% following the announcement that senior Bahraini, U.S government, military, and aerospace industry officials will celebrate the delivery of the first Royal Bahraini Air Force F-16 Block 70 on March 10, 2023, demonstrating Lockheed Martin's commitment to advancing the program and getting the much-needed aircraft and its advanced 21st Century Security capabilities to the warfighter.
- Lockheed Martin's stock was up by 0.84% last night due to a contract worth $1.2 billion awarded by the US Navy to the company to develop hypersonic missiles that could be fired from destroyers, while the Navy has decided to reduce risk by slowing the velocity of design and purchase of its next-generation destroyers to ensure the new technology like powerful lasers and hypersonic missiles are mature before being used in ships, amid concerns of overrushing the introduction of the new technologies after encountering many problems in several newer combat ships.
- Metal additive manufacturing technology company, Velo3D, has been recognised for its technology being used by innovative companies in key industries like new space, semiconductor, and energy, which rely on advanced manufacturing technologies to build next-generation products, leading to its stock, LMT, going up.
- Lockheed Martin (LMT) stock went up 0.84% last night, but the article provided does not offer an explanation for the increase as it discusses the Q4 2022 earnings call for Stratasys (SSYS).
- Lockheed martin(LMT) is a large aerospace company that designs, manufactures and sells aircraft and defense systems. The company generates primary revenue from civil aerospace products, including aircraft, missiles and defense systems; and military aviation products and services, including fighter jets, attack helicopters and electronic warfare systems. LMT stock is up 3.79% on Wednesday.
- Lockheed Martin is a global aerospace manufacturer with products in the commercial aviation, military aircraft, missile defense, and space markets. Lockheed Martin designs, manufactures, and sells aircraft, missiles, submarines, and tactical military vehicles.
- Lockheed Martin stock falls on Goldman Sachs' warning of a recessions.
- Lockheed Martin Corporation is a global security and aerospace company that employs approximately 114,000 people worldwide and is principally engaged in the research, design, development, manufacture, integration and sustainment of advanced technology systems, products and services.
- Lockheed Martin's spacecraft will use the Interplanetary File System (IPFS) to speed up communications across long distances. This mission is the next step in that project, bringing the benefits of decentralized storage to space and exploring use cases for how IPFS can enable better interplanetary communication and data transfer. This mission is the first of its kind to evaluate in-space use cases for decentralized storage.
- Lockheed Martin is a defense contractor that manufactures aircraft, satellites, and military equipment. The company has been struggling with declining sales, opioid addiction in its work force, and rising pension costs.