Boeing boosts liquidity against MAX costs
Boeing has secured up to $5 billion in new debt and credit to cushion its balance sheet as costs rise related to the grounded 737 MAX . The company sold $3.5 billion worth of debt April 30. The new money is slated to go to general corporate purposes, including paying off older debt, according to...
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