Grounded Boeing 737 MAX aircraft are seen parked in an aerial view at Boeing Field in Seattle, Washington
Lindsey Wasson | Reuters
Boeing's shares happened Monday after Fitch Ratings became negative on the manufacturer of the 737 Max, the manufacturer's best-selling aircraft, which has been grounded since March after two deadly crashes.
Boeing's stock was down 1.2% in morning trading, Boeing last week told investors that it would cost $ 4.9 billion in the second quarter to compensate airlines affected by worldwide landing now in the fifth month.
] Fitch maintained Boeing's credit rating, but warned that his debt could increase by $ 1
Boeing paused deliveries of Max and cut production by nearly 20% to 42 a month in the wake of the second accident.
Chicago-based Boeing reports Q2 earnings Wednesday morning.
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