Boeing Down Big After Fatal Crash
Boeing shares were set to drop at least 9% at Monday's market open, wiping about $21.5 billion off the company's market capitalization. Questions are being asked about the manufacturer after the second crash in six months involving one of its Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft. The latest crash, of an Ethiopian Airlines flight traveling to Kenya on Sunday morning, killed 157 people. Boeing shares were down 9% in premarket trading as of 9 a.m. in London (5 a.m.