Lockheed Martin (LMT) Comm Stk US$1
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10 December 2019 12:35
(Sharecast News) - Donald Trump is piling the pressure on Tokyo to choose a US defence contractor to develop replacements for its F-2 multi-role combat aircraft instead of Britain's BAE Systems.
25 April 2017 15:40
(ShareCast News) - Defence contractor Lockheed Martin reported its first-quarter earnings on Tuesday ahead of the bell on Wall Street, seeing increased revenue in its aeronautical business, which includes...
7 April 2017 14:45
(ShareCast News) - Wall Street was slightly on the backfoot at the start of the session as startled traders tried to reconcile a surprisingly low reading on US non-farm payrolls for March with a large and a...
27 February 2017 14:54
(ShareCast News) - US President Donald Trump plans to push ahead with a budget that includes a £54bn, or 9%, rise in spending on armed forces, with an equivalent cut for spending on domestic agencies.
24 January 2017 14:41
(ShareCast News) - Aerospace firm Lockheed Martin reported its fourth fiscal quarter financial results on Monday, showing rising profits but a dim outlook for the year ahead.
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