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CVU (CPI Aerostructures Inc.)
Last Trade 7.05 Dividend/Share 0 PE Ratio 10.68
Date 10:16:23 AM Dividend Yield 0.000 Return on Assets 4.79
Change -0.04 ExDividend Date 0 Return on Capital null
Bid 0 Latest EPS 0.65 Price/Sale 1.398
Ask 0 LatestEPS Date 2017-12-31 Price to Book 0.97
Volume 0 EPS ttm 0.660 Institutional % 51
Avg Volume 0.04M Shares Outstanding 11.73M Insider % null
Open 7.05 Float 10.59M Short Ratio 0.430
Prev Close 7.09 Return On Equity 7.86 5 Year Change % -0.505
High 7.05 Consensus EPS 0 2 Year Change % -0.130
Low 7.041 No. of Estimate 0.000 1 Year Change % -0.135
52 Week High 11.75 EPS Surprise $ null YTD Change % 0.041
52 Week Low 5.83 EPS Surprise Percent 0 6 Month Change % -0.199
52 Week Change -16.095 EBITDA 0M 3 Month Change % 0.025
50 Day MA 6.6723 Revenue 0M 1 Month Change % 0.025
200 Day MA Gross Profit 0M 5 Day Change % 0.104
Market Cap 83.15M Cash 0M 30 Day Change % 0.066
Beta 0.387666 Debt 0M Stock Exchange NYSE American
Sector Industrials Revenue Per Share 0 Short Interest 16059
Short Date 2019-01-31 Revenue Per Employee 0 Short Ratio 0.430
Data courtesy of IEX
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Company Profile

CPI Aerostructures, Inc. engages in the contract production of structural aircraft parts for the United States Air Force and other branches of the U.S. armed forces as a prime contractor or subcontractor for other defense prime contractors primarily in the United States. The company, as a prime contractor, offers skin panels, leading edges, flight control surfaces, engine components, wing tips, cowl doors, nacelle assemblies, and inlet assemblies for military aircraft. As a subcontractor, it offers various pods, and modular and structural assemblies for military aircraft; and various kits and assemblies for the S-92 civilian helicopter, as well as operates as a subcontractor to prime contractors in the production of commercial aircraft parts. The company was formerly known as Consortium of Precision Industries, Inc. and changed its name to CPI Aerostructures, Inc. in July 1992. CPI Aerostructures was founded in 1980 and is based in Edgewood, New York.