|会社名||Huntington Ingalls Industries Inc. （HII ハンティントン・インガルス・インダストリ―ズ）|
|概要||事業概要 ハンティントン・インガルス・インダストリーズ（Huntington Ingalls Industries Inc.）は、軍事造船会社であり、政府および業界のパートナーに専門サービスを提供する。【事業内容 】同社の事業は米海軍および沿岸防衛用の船舶の原子力船および非原子船の設計、建設、修理および保守ならびに航空機の補給およびオーバーホール等を含む。同社はインガルス、ニューポートニューズ、技術ソリューションの3つ事業区分を有する。インガルス事業には、非原子力船の設計、建設、修理および保守事業が含まれる。ニューポートニューズ事業には、原子力船の設計、建設、オーバーホール、燃料交換、修理および保守の事業が含まれる。技術ソリューション事業は政府、エネルギー、石油・ガス市場向けに専門サービスを提供する。 ハンティントン・インガルス・インダストリ―ズは米海軍と米沿岸警備隊用船舶メ―カ―。事業は非核船の造船を行うインガルス造船事業、原子力船の造船を行うニュ―ポ―トニュ―ス造船事業の2部門。主に空母や潜水艦等の原子力船、水上戦闘艦艇や湾岸警備船等の設計・建造・修理・点検・分解に従事。原子力船に対しての核燃料補給・非核化等にも従事。本社所在地はバ―ジニア州。 Huntington Ingalls Industries is America's largest military shipbuilding company and a provider of professional services to partners in government and industry. For more than a century, HII's Newport News and Ingalls shipbuilding divisions in Virginia and Mississippi have built more ships in more ship classes than any other U.S. naval shipbuilder. HII's Technical Solutions division supports national security missions around the globe with unmanned systems, defense and federal solutions, and nuclear and environmental services. Headquartered in Newport News, Virginia, HII employs more than 42,000 people operating both domestically and internationally.|
|代表者氏名||C. Michael Petters|
|代表者役職名||President Chief Executive Officer Director|
|決算概要||決算概要 BRIEF: For the fiscal year ended 31 December 2018 Huntington Ingalls Industries Inc revenues increased 10% to $8.18B. Net income before extraordinary items increased 56% to $836M. Revenues reflect Newport News segment increase of 13% to $4.72B Ingalls segment increase of 8% to $2.61B Technical Soluations segment increase of 4% to $988M. Net income benefited from Technical Soluations segment income increase of 52% to $32M.|
Huntington Ingalls: Significantly Undervalued Dividend Growth (NYSE:HII) 2023/03/04 15:11:35 Seeking Alpha
In this article, we discuss Huntington Ingalls, the backbone of the US Navy, thanks to two shipbuilding operations and technical operations support. Read more here.
7 Rock-Solid Dividend Stocks to Buy as the Market Slows 2023/02/27 23:28:55 InvestorPlace
It’s time for investors to consider rock-solid dividend stocks to buy. Generally speaking, passive-income-providing companies enjoy relatively stable businesses. And stability and dependability will become core attributes heading into an ambiguous market cycle. Dominating business headlines recently stand inflation concerns . As InvestorPlace contributor Dana Blankenhorn mentioned, the Personal Consumption Expenditures (PCE) index came in higher than economists anticipated. Therefore, fears spiked that the Federal Reserve may take this data as confirmation for greater monetary tightening. Because of the volatile implications of such a move, dividend stocks to buy became much more interesting. To better the odds in your favor, every one of these entities features a low payout ratio. Most sit below 30%. All sit below 40%. But investors can’t live off dividends alone. Each of these companies also features upside capital returns potential based on analysts’ price targets. With that, below are the dividend stocks to buy as the market slows.
Insiders Selling Roblox And 2 Other Stocks 2023/02/27 13:09:13 Benzinga
The S&P 500 closed lower by around 1% on Friday. Investors, meanwhile, focused on some notable insider trades. When insiders sell shares, it indicates their concern in the company’s prospects or that they view the stock as being overpriced. Either way, this signals an opportunity to go short on the stock. Insider sales should not be taken as the only indicator for making an investment or trading decision. At best, it can lend conviction to a selling decision. Below is a look at a few recent notable insider sales. For more, check out Benzinga''s insider transactions platform. Huntington Ingalls Industries The Trade: Huntington Ingalls Industries Inc (NYSE: Full story available on Benzinga.com
Huntington Ingalls PT Lowered to $236 at Bernstein 2023/02/13 11:12:02 Investing.com
Looking Into Huntington Ingalls Indus''s Return On Invested Capital 2023/02/10 14:50:40 Benzinga
According to Benzinga Pro data Huntington Ingalls Indus (NYSE: HII ) posted a 10.87% decrease in earnings from Q3. Sales, however, increased by 7.08% over the previous quarter to $2.81 billion. Despite the increase in sales this quarter, the decrease in earnings may suggest Huntington Ingalls Indus is not utilizing their capital as effectively as possible. In Q3, Huntington Ingalls Indus earned $138.00 million and total sales reached $2.63 billion. Why Is ROIC Significant? Earnings data without context is not clear and can difficult to base trading decisions on. Return on Invested Capital (ROIC) helps to filter signal from noise by measuring yearly pre-tax profit … Full story available on Benzinga.com
Huntington Ingalls raises dividend by 5% to $1.24 2022/11/02 21:17:52 Seeking Alpha
Huntington Ingalls (NYSE:HII) declares $1.24/share quarterly dividend, 5.1% increase from prior dividend of $1.18.Forward yield 1.93%Payable Dec. 9; for shareholders of record Nov.
Huntington Ingalls Q3 2022 Earnings Preview 2022/11/02 17:01:49 Seeking Alpha
Huntington Ingalls (HII) is scheduled to announce Q3 earnings results on Thursday, Nov. 3, before market open.The consensus EPS estimate is $3.41 (-4.7% Y/Y) and the consensus revenue…
Huntington Ingalls Industries Inc expected to post earnings of $3.42 a share - Earnings Preview 2022/11/02 12:38:40 Kalkine Media
* Huntington Ingalls Industries Inc is expected to show a rise in quarterly revenue when it reports results on November 3. * The Newport News Virginia-based company is expected to report a 15.0% increase in revenue to $2.688 billion from $2.34 billion a year ago, according to the mean estimate from 9 analysts, based on Refinitiv data. * Refinitiv''s mean analyst estimate for Huntington Ingalls Industries Inc is for earnings of $3.42 per share. * The current average analyst rating on the shares is "hold" and the breakdown of recommendations is 4 "strong buy" or "buy," 8 "hold" and 1 "sell" or "strong sell." * The mean earnings estimate of analysts was unchanged in the last three months. * Wall Street''s median 12-month price target for Huntington Ingalls Industries Inc is $250, below its last closing price of $257.07. Previous quarterly performance (using preferred earnings measure in US dollars). QUARTER STARMINESM REFINITIV ACTUAL BEAT, SURPRI ENDING ARTESTIMAT IBES MET, SE % E® ESTIMATE MISSED Jun. 30 2022 3.36 3.35 4.44 Beat 32.7 Mar. 31 2022 3.18 3.19 3.50 Beat 9.7 Dec. 31 2021 2.87 2.97 2.99 Beat 0.6 Sep. 30 2021 3.02 2.99 3.65 Beat 22.1 Jun. 2.57 2.51 3.20 Beat 27.7 30 2021 Mar. 31 2021 2.66 2.63 3.68 Beat 40.1 Dec. 31 2020 4.59 4.56 6.15 Beat 34.9 Sep. 30 2020 4.16 4.13 5.45 Beat 31.8 This summary was machine generated November 1 at 18:37 GMT.
Huntington Ingalls Industries Inc : Profits of $3.42 per share anticipated for third quarter 2022/11/02 12:35:41 Kalkine Media
1 November 2022 06:35 p.m. All figures in US dollars. Huntington Ingalls Industries Inc is expected to show a decrease in its third quarter earnings to $3.42 per share according to the mean Refinitiv estimate from ten analysts. Wall Street expects results to range from $3.14 to $3.78 per share. RECOMMENDATIONS * The consensus recommendation for the company is "Hold". This includes one "Strong Buy", three "Buy", eight "Hold", * The average consensus recommendation for the aerospace & defense peer group is also "Hold". FORECAST CHANGES * Ten analysts are currently providing Refinitiv with estimates. * In the last week there have been no earnings estimate revisions by analysts covering the company. There were no changes to the number of estimates. * In the last four weeks the earnings per share estimate has fallen by 1.44 percent from $3.47. Estimates ranged from a high of $3.83 to a low of $3.14. There has been no changes to the number of estimates. * The StarMine predicted earnings surprise is too low to be considered statistically significant.
Huntington Ingalls bags $2.41B modification contract for Naval Sea Systems 2022/10/28 21:20:24 Seeking Alpha
Huntington Ingalls (HII) is awarded a $2.414B detail, design, and construction modification to previously awarded contract N00024-20-C-2437 in support of one Amphibious Assault…
A first-in-class US Navy supercarrier is about to set sail on its maiden deployment for the first time in over 40 years 2022/09/29 18:00:00 Business Insider Nederlands
The US Navy is ready to deploy a new first-in-class supercarrier for the first time in over four decades. The aircraft carrier USS Gerald R. Ford will set sail on its maiden deployment next week from Hampton Roads, Virginia. The Ford''s first deployment comes four years after the ship was first expected to deploy. The $13 billion lead ship of a new class of advanced US Navy aircraft carriers is about to finally set sail on its first deployment after years of costly setbacks and delays that have at times made it the target of fierce criticism. The first-in-class aircraft carrier USS Gerald R. Ford, which was commissioned over five years ago and has been over a decade in the making, will deploy for the first time next week on a short, service-retained deployment, Vice Adm. Daniel Dwyer, US 2nd Fleet commander, told reporters. During the Ford''s time deployed at sea, thousands of personnel, 17 ships, one submarine, and at least 60 aircraft from nine countries will participate in military exercises in the Atlantic, an area of increasing strategic significance.
Huntington Ingalls Industries, Inc.: UK Royal Navy Acquires Latest Generation REMUS 100s 2022/09/21 07:05:00 Finanz Nachrichten
MCLEAN, Va., Sept. 21, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Global defense and technologies partner HII (NYSE: HII) announced today the delivery of three REMUS 100s unmanned underwater vehicles (UUVs) to the U…
7 Stocks That Could Survive a Market Apocalypse 2022/09/09 18:15:12 InvestorPlace
While no one can truly predict a catastrophic equities sector downturn, it’s nevertheless a wise idea to strategize certain investments that can survive a stock market crash. Primarily, all eyes center on the Federal Reserve. Recently, in a question-and-answer session hosted by the Cato Institute, Fed chair Jerome Powell committed to raising interest rates until inflation gets under control. Further, Powell’s remarks echoed his policy speech at the annual economic symposium at Jackson Hole, Wyoming. At the time, the head of the central bank acknowledged that raising rates would cause “some pain.” However, he also cautioned that not addressing inflation could lead to substantial long-term damage. Unfortunately, Wall Street didn’t want to hear this disclosure at the time. Again, no one can predict such a calamity with 100% accuracy and with regularity. However, the backdrop lends some credence to a stock market crash. Mainly, efforts to curb inflation through raising rates will lead to the dollar increasing in relative value.
9 No-Brainer Long-Term Stocks to Buy if You Have Money to Invest 2022/08/30 17:50:32 InvestorPlace
With the equities sector possibly on the verge of a downtrend, now is a good time to consider no-brainer long-term stocks to buy. As you probably heard, Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell had less-than-exciting news to deliver to investors. Essentially, the Fed recognizes the enormous challenges which rising inflation caused. Therefore, the central bank remains committed to doing what it can to tackle historically high consumer prices. In other words, the framework of rising benchmark interest rates will likely continue until inflation comes under control. Unfortunately, that bodes poorly for growth-focused equities, which depend on robust entrepreneurial sentiment. However, rising borrowing costs quell such desires. Nevertheless, forward-looking investors may want to consider long-term stocks to buy. At some point, these challenges will fade, presenting potential discounted opportunities today. For the purposes of this list of long-term stocks to buy, I’ve divided the nine securities into three equal-weighted parts.