Lockheed Martin Corp (LMT)

280.43
NYSE : Industrial Goods
Prev Close 280.43
Day Low/High 0.00 / 0.00
52 Wk Low/High 228.50 / 284.98
Avg Volume 918.40K
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 289.44M
Market Cap 81.91B
EPS 17.70
P/E Ratio 22.86
Div & Yield 7.28 (2.60%)

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Lockheed Martin, TG Therapeutics, HD Supply: 'Mad Money' Lightning Round

Lockheed Martin, TG Therapeutics, HD Supply: 'Mad Money' Lightning Round

Jim Cramer is bullish on Lockheed Martin, TG Therapeutics, and HD Supply.

Bitter Battle Between Growth and Value: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Wednesday 6/21/17)

Bitter Battle Between Growth and Value: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Wednesday 6/21/17)

Growth is crushing value, says Jim Cramer, and the dynamic is more pronounced in individual sectors.

Here Comes the Air Force's $104 Million 'Threat Simulator' Made By This Industrial Giant

Here Comes the Air Force's $104 Million 'Threat Simulator' Made By This Industrial Giant

The Air Force contract is to develop a threat simulator to train pilots.

F-16 Fighter Jet Catches Fire During Takeoff at Ellington Field In Houston

F-16 Fighter Jet Catches Fire During Takeoff at Ellington Field In Houston

A one-mile evacuation zone was issued for the downed F-16 which was carrying ordnance.

Sikorsky And Israel's Ministry Of Defense Solve Parts Obsolescence For Israeli Air Force's CH-53D Heavy Lift Helicopters

Sustainment plan will extend IAF's CH-53D fleet's operational life beyond 50 years' service

Lockheed Martin Receives Contract For Sniper ATP, LANTIRN Sustainment

Flexible contract supports foreign military sales customers

Lockheed Announces Partnership with Tata to Produce F-16 Fighters in India

Lockheed Announces Partnership with Tata to Produce F-16 Fighters in India

India is looking to replace its aging Soviet-era air fleet.

Plane Deals Fly Into Paris

Plane Deals Fly Into Paris

Boeing announced plans for a new, longer version of its 737 Max, and said at the Paris Air Show that it has orders and commitments from at least 10 customers.

Lockheed Martin, Tata Announce F-16 India Partnership

Landmark agreement supports F-16 Block 70 'Make in India' offer

5 Things You Must Know Before the Market Opens Monday

5 Things You Must Know Before the Market Opens Monday

U.S. stock futures rise as the Dow Jones Industrial Average looks poised to open at a new record, while European stocks trade higher as Britain kicks off Brexit talks.

President Trump Releases Updated Personal Financial Disclosure

President Trump Releases Updated Personal Financial Disclosure

Trump sold most of his personal stock holdings in June 2016.

Transdigm Shares Tumble on Report That Mass. Senator Elizabeth Warren Asks DOD to Probe Firm

Transdigm Shares Tumble on Report That Mass. Senator Elizabeth Warren Asks DOD to Probe Firm

The shares have been dogged by reports of iffy pricing on government contracts.

Here's the Top Secret Spaceplane That Elon Musk's SpaceX Will Launch for The U.S.

Here's the Top Secret Spaceplane That Elon Musk's SpaceX Will Launch for The U.S.

The August mission will carry the government's second X-37B spaceplane.

Cramer: 15 Stocks to Buy for the Triathlon of Fear Coming on Super-Thursday

Cramer: 15 Stocks to Buy for the Triathlon of Fear Coming on Super-Thursday

The handwringers will be out in full force. Their fear creates buying opportunities.

From Middle School To Mars: Students Win National Competition To Design Spacecraft To Take Astronauts To The Red Planet

-- Students Win Opportunity to Pitch Their Ideas to Panel of Space Experts

New Poll: With First Mars Mission Approaching, Few Teachers Believe Students Interested In Subjects That Would Lead Them To Space Exploration Careers

- Overwhelming Majority See Space Exploration as Way to Reinvigorate Student Interest

14 Stocks to Watch as Terror Attacks Play Out and Spark Uncertainty

14 Stocks to Watch as Terror Attacks Play Out and Spark Uncertainty

Luxury goods could be a winner.

Market Recon: Why a Brutal, Low-Tech Assault Is Not a Threat to Stocks Like in the Past

Market Recon: Why a Brutal, Low-Tech Assault Is Not a Threat to Stocks Like in the Past

An open, free nation could easily turn itself in a more protectionist direction as a response to such consistency.