This aerospace giant still has a long way to go before it's in the clear with regulators, and these setbacks certainly aren't helping.
News & Analysis: Boeing
One of the company's flagship military programs suffers a fresh setback.
There's no light at the end of the tunnel for the 737 MAX, but the company has won deals in other avenues that could propel the stock forward.
Engine problems already forced Boeing to delay flight testing until early 2020. A failed ground test last week has added to the new model's woes.
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The stock market lost ground after the holiday weekend.
Airlines are still unsure when the Boeing 737 MAX will be able to return to service -- so they are preemptively canceling more flights.
The two iconic industrial giants have notably different stock price drivers in the next year or so.
Earlier, the Senate told the Air Force to keep the ground attack planes operational through 2030. Now, Congress is allocating the funds to make it happen.
There are no guarantees, but all signs currently point toward the Boeing 737 MAX being recertified for commercial service sometime this fall.