(CercleFinance.com) – The title continues its progression today on the New York Stock Exchange with a gain of 1% following an increase of nearly 3.2% yesterday.
Boeing announced that it had sold 99 commercial aircraft in Q4 2021 compared to 59 a year ago (i.e. 84 737 models, 3 747 models, 8 767 models and 4 777 models). Over the year as a whole, the aircraft manufacturer announces the sale of 340 aircraft.
Following this announcement, Jefferies confirms his advice to buy with a goal of $ 300.
Jefferies points out that there were no deliveries of 787s, up from 4 a year ago, which was offset by 78 deliveries of 737 MAXs compared to 27 in Q4 2020.
‘Overall, deliveries were better than expected (96 estimated), as the number of 737s increased by 6 from our forecast, which was offset by four fewer 767s,’ the analyst says. .
‘Order activity in December was stable with 80 gross orders and 1 cancellation resulting in 79 net orders, including an order of 50 MAX by ALGT. Net orders amount to 479 for 2021, ‘adds Jefferies.
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