Logistical problems push Boeing stock down, but analysts praise 787

11/26/2007 | NYTimes.com

Shares of Boeing have climbed 35% in the past two years. However, it has not recovered from a 10% drop prompted by global logistics problems that threatened the timetable for its 787. However, some analysts note that Boeing is selling many 787s because the plane is fuel-efficient, less expensive for airlines, and the right size.

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