Boeing Stock Improves Despite 787 Grounding

The Boeing 787 Dreamliner | Photo courtesy of Creative Commons

Investors who stuck with Boeing through the 787 Dreamliner grounding were  rewarded for their loyalty. On Monday, technicians began the battery repairs that will eventually enable 787s to return to the sky, and Boeing stocks were noticeably higher than when the planes were grounded.

Boeing stock opened at $73.85 a share on Jan. 16, when the 787s were first grounded. At closing time on Monday, the stock was valued at $86.94 a share.

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