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According to a report by Reuters, on Wednesday, Boeing abandoned its 2019 financial outlook, halted share buybacks and said lowered production due to the grounding of its fastest-selling 737 MAX jet following two fatal crashes had cost the company at least 1 billion-dollars, so far.

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