WASHINGTON—Brazilian jet maker Embraer, which is hiving off most of its commercial aircraft business to Boeing, missed Wall Street’s expectations for the first quarter of 2019, leaving financial analysts increasingly worried worse could be to come. “While the first-quarter is seasonally light in terms of performance, today’s lackluster report introduces risk of a future guidance cut,” CreditSuisse analysts said after the company released results early May ...

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