Boeing’s quarterly earnings were some of the most anticipated on Wall Street. The problems with the 737 Max aircraft have weighed on the company’s bottom line and look to continue to drag down revenue for months. With the uncertainty of when these planes will be back in the air, Boeing decided to hold its outlook for 2019. Phil LeBeau breaks it all down for us.
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