Boeing shares fell 6.5% due to the decision of a number of countries to suspend the Boeing 737 MAX flights


The shares of American airline Boeing on Tuesday fell again after the Boeing 737 MAX flights were suspended in some countries due to its crash in Ethiopia, writes. The plane crash caused Boeing shares to fall 10% on March 11. Ethiopian airlines immediately announced the suspension of the Boeing 737 MAX flights. Similar decisions were made for them in Great Britain, China, Indonesia, Vietnam, Australia and other countries. The European Union holds consultations with the aviation authorities of the United States, following which it will decide on the further operation of the aircraft. Boeing treated such decisions with understanding, but said it was confident about the safety of 737 MAX 8 aircraft. On Tuesday, at 18:35 Moscow time, Boeing shares fell another 6.7% to 373 dollars 20 cents per share.

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