But over the past 10 years, BAE Systems (LSE: BA) (NASDAQOTH: BAESY.US) shares have grown in value by 118% while the FTSE 100 has struggled to make 50%, and that doesn't include BAE's better-than-average dividend yields.
Demand varies for BAE Systems' products. The majority of the firm's roughly �43 billion order book relies on three big sovereign government customers, which meansa change in defence -spending policy in the US, UK or Saudi Arabia could change the ...
LONDON� BAE Systems PLC, Europe's largest defense company, is increasing its bet on cybersecurity as a future growth driver with the planned $232.5 million acquisition of SilverSky to take advantage of growing demand to protect remotely stored data.
Shares in BAE Systems (LSE: BA) (NASDAQOTH: BAESY.US) were little changed in early trade this morning, following a trading update from the British defence company that said its outlook for the full year remained unchanged.