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Raytheon Technologies Corp RTX Stock Quote

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Last close prices updated as of Feb 07, 2023, 4:00 PM EST | USD | BATS BZX Real-Time Price
  • Last Close 97.64
  • Sector Industrials
  • Industry Aerospace & Defense
  • Investment Style Large Blend
  • Day Range 95.80  –  98.20
  • Year Range 80.27  –  108.84
  • Market Cap 143.8748 Bil
  • Volume / Avg 3.7 Mil /  4.4 Mil
  • Price / Sales 2.16
  • Price / Book 1.98
  • Forward Div Yield 2.25%
  • Trailing Div Yield 2.77%

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Raytheon Delivers Solid 2022, Continues Focus on Cash Flow; We Expect to Maintain $106 FVE

Nicolas Owens Equity Analyst

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We expect to maintain our $106 fair value estimate for Raytheon Technologies in light of solid fourth-quarter and full-year 2022 results, though we'll revisit our detailed valuation assumptions after the 10-K is filed. Despite continued supply chain troubles, the firm is making steady progress toward ambitious cash flow generation goals following its megarestructuring completed in 2020.

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Business Description

Raytheon Technologies is a diversified aerospace and defense industrial company formed from the merger of United Technologies and Raytheon, with roughly equal exposure as a supplier to commercial aerospace manufactures and to the defense market. The company operates in four segments: Collins Aerospace, a diversified aerospace supplier; Pratt & Whitney, an aircraft engine manufacturer; Raytheon Intelligence & Space, providing a mix of sensors, hardware, and communications technology; and Raytheon Missiles & Defense, a defense prime contractor focusing on missiles and missile defense systems.

870 Winter Street
Waltham, MA, 02451
Industry Aerospace & Defense
Employees 174,000

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FAQs for Raytheon Technologies Corp Stock

Yes. RTX has a forward dividend yield of 2.25%. See RTX’s full dividends and stock split history on the Dividend tab.
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RTX’s market cap is 143.87 Bil.
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RTX’s stock style is Large Core.
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High-growth stocks tend to represent the technology, healthcare, and communications sectors. They rarely distribute dividends to shareholders, opting for reinvestment in their businesses. More value-oriented stocks tend to represent financial services, utilities, and energy stocks. These are established companies that reliably pay dividends.

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RTX’s price/sales is 2.16.
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RTX’s price/forward earnings is 19.34.
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RTX’s price/book is 1.98.
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RTX’s beta can be found in Trading Information at the top of this page.
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