Suppliers, customers brace for Boeing strike fallout

The machinists' strike against Boeing Co. that began Saturday will likely hurt global suppliers before it severely affects Boeing itself. Despite losses estimated at $100 million per day, the company enjoys a temporary cushion provided by last year's $4.1 billion profit. Analysts say suppliers for current models such as the 737 and 777 will feel cutbacks first, followed by suppliers for the new 787 Dreamliner.

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