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Boeing shares slip after first 'underperform' rating since 2009 U.S. construction spending hits highest level in 5-1/2 years

The Boeing logo is seen at their headquarters in ChicagoBy Alwyn Scott NEW YORK (Reuters) - Boeing Co shares slipped 1.3 percent on Tuesday after a pair of downgrades from highly ranked analysts, including one who cut the stock outlook to "underperform." The underperform rating by The Buckingham Research Group, a New York-based broker-dealer, marked the first such rating for Boeing's stock since 2009, according to data by Thomson Reuters. In 2009, Boeing was suffering from delays in bringing its 787 Dreamliner to market. Buckingham also cut its price target for Boeing shares to $101, well below the current price of over $125. Analyst Richard Safran, ranked third among 23 Boeing analysts for estimate accuracy and recommendation performance, wasn't immediately available for comment. Read More

Construction crew erects scaffolding at sunset on a new housing project in MarylandConstruction spending increased 1.8 percent to an annual rate of $981.31 billion, the highest level since December 2008, the Commerce Department said on Tuesday. July's percentage increase was the largest since May 2012 and reflected gains across all categories, with the exception of federal government. Economists polled by Reuters had forecast construction spending increasing 1.0 percent after a previously reported 1.8 percent drop in June. Construction spending in July was buoyed by a 3.4 percent jump in state and local government projects, which lifted outlays to their highest level since June 2012. Read More



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