Moody's Investors Service yesterday downgraded Boeing's senior debt rating from A1 to Aa3, citing the manufacturer's current financial shortcomings, a lower cash flow expectation and the agency's view that Boeing's financial strategy "has changed to one that is less conservative than in the past." The move affects $6.8 billion in long-term debt. The rating agency noted Boeing's continued pricing pressures and the "sliding market share" in its commercial aircraft business. ...

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