Boeing recorded the fourth consecutive quarterly loss as a decline in gross sales

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: A Boeing 737 MAX aircraft lands at Boeing Field in Seattle after a test flight

(Reuters) – Boeing (N 🙂 reported its fourth consecutive quarterly loss on Wednesday as the coronavirus crisis and 737 MAX jet grounding weighed on sales, while reiterating its expectation that the plane would pre-ship deliveries in the US To be resumed at the end of the year.

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