Market calm after Boeing accounting alarm

Investors have taken in their stride news that accounting regulation changes could add billions of dollars of debt back on to the balance sheets of US companies, including aircraft manufacturer Boeing. The unruffled response is in marked contrast to continuing disquiet over disclosure by corporations.

Boeing’s aircraft finance arm, Boeing Capital, announced in its annual report to the US Securities and Exchanges Commission that: “If accounting pronouncements are amended in accordance with recent

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