Moody's Investors Service downgraded Boeing Co.'s senior debt rating yesterday, saying the company faces reduced potential for profit and cash flow in the intermediate term and is moving to a new, less conservative financial strategy. Completing a review for possible downgrades it began Sept. 15, the ratings agency said: -- It is uncertain how fast and how well Boeing can recover from commercial aircraft production problems. "Despite management's concerted efforts...only moderate ...

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