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Boeing’s Bottom Line Fails to Gain Altitude

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Boeing‘s latest quarterly results didn’t deliver the much-needed boost to the company’s bottom line. Despite beating expectations for revenue, a net loss of $425 million (while an improvement on recent quarters) was not enough to get the aircraft producer back out of the red. The last quarter Boeing posted a net profit was Q2 2022, but that proved to be a small hop off the ground before plummeting back down to a $3.3 billion loss in Q3.

Remaining positive, CEO Dave Calhoun said commented: “We are progressing through recent supply chain disruptions but remain confident in the goals we set for this year, as well as for the longer term. Demand is strong across our key markets and we are growing investments to advance our development programs and innovate strategic capabilities for our customers and for our future.”

This chart shows the quarterly net profit/loss of The Boeing Company.

boeing quarterly net profit loss

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