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Dow Jones And Boeing Extend Losses

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Dow Jones And Boeing Extend Losses

Dow Jones And Boeing Extend Losses

According to Reuters, the Dow Jones extended losses from a day before.

By the afternoon on April 10th, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down about 26-points, bringing the market to 26,124.

Boeing shares contributed to declines on the Dow Jones for a third consecutive day.

After announcing the company has received no new orders for the 737 MAX, Boeing's stock dropped over 1-percent.

In the days before, Boeing also announced that first quarter deliveries for 737 MAX dropped after the aircraft was grounded internationally in March.

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