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Spirit AeroSystems Holdings (NYSE:SPR) posted its quarterly earnings results on Thursday. The company reported ($4.15) earnings per share for the quarter, missing the analysts’ consensus estimate of $0.65 by $4.80, American Banking News.com reports. The company had revenue of $1.50 billion for the quarter, compared to the consensus estimate of $1.55 billion.

Several analysts have recently commented on the stock. Analysts at Zacks upgraded shares of Spirit AeroSystems Holdings from a “neutral” rating to an “outperform” rating in a research note to investors on Tuesday. They now have a $37.00 price target on the stock. On the ratings front, analysts at KeyCorp raised their price target on shares of Spirit AeroSystems Holdings to $38.00 in a research note to investors on Friday, January 17th. Finally, analysts at Bank of America Corp. downgraded shares of Spirit AeroSystems Holdings from a “buy” rating to a “neutral” rating in a research note to investors on Tuesday, January 7th. They now have a $32.00 price target on the stock, down previously from $36.00. Eleven equities research analysts have rated the stock with a hold rating and six have given a buy rating to the stock. The company presently has a consensus rating of “Hold” and an average price target of $30.43.

Spirit AeroSystems Holdings (NYSE:SPR) opened at 32.97 on Thursday. Spirit AeroSystems Holdings has a one year low of $15.80 and a one year high of $35.89. The stock’s 50-day moving average is $33.99 and its 200-day moving average is $28.34. The company has a market cap of $4.770 billion and a price-to-earnings ratio of 181.77.

Spirit AeroSystems Holdings, Inc (NYSE:SPR) is an independent non- original equipment manufacturer (OEM) aircraft parts designers and manufacturers of commercial aerostructures.

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