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Boeing Monthly Orders Fall to Zero for Second Time in Max Crisis

  • U.S. planemaker sold no commercial aircraft in January
  • Deliveries last month plunged to 13 from 46 a year earlier
An employee works on a Boeing 737 Max 9 plane at the company's manufacturing facility in Renton..
An employee works on a Boeing 737 Max 9 plane at the company's manufacturing facility in Renton..Photographer: David Ryder/Bloomberg
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Boeing Co. failed to sell any commercial planes in January, extending a slump that has strained the company’s finances since two deadly crashes grounded the best-selling 737 Max last year.

Last month was Boeing’s second with no orders since the Max flying ban began in March, according to data posted Tuesday on the company’s website. The Chicago-based manufacturer also came up empty in May of last year.