Boeing shares slide 4.5% after earnings, revenue fall short of expectations


Boeing Co. stock fell Wednesday after the aerospace giant reported an unexpected loss due partly to high expenses as it shapes plans to increase production of its 737 and 787 planes.

Boeing’s BA massive commercial airplane segment weighed on the company’s quarterly results, with an operating margin of negative 6.8% that reflected “abnormal costs and period expenses, including research and development.”


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