Spirit AeroSystems Holdings warned of a $590 million forward loss from Boeing, Rolls-Royce and Gulfstream fuselage, nacelle and wing programs as it prepared to report third-quarter earnings. The company said supply-chain savings it anticipated have not been achieved, resulting in a model that is not matching the actual costs of hardware being shipped. After adjusting its cost estimates, the company expects savings going forward. Spirit broke down the charges as $184 million for the Boeing ...

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