The reason: the company said it was still "significantly impacted" by Covid-19, and the ongoing 737 Max woes.
A quick recap of Boeing's Q3 numbers:
Revenue $14.14 billion, -29% y/y, beating the estimate $13.84 billion
Core loss per share $1.39 vs. EPS $1.45 y/y, beating the estimate loss/share $2.08
Boeing said Q3 operating margin decreased to 7.3% primarily due to lower commercial services volume and additional severance costs.
On the production front, the total backlog dropped 16% Y/Y to just $393 billion, or about 4,300 commercial planes
Commercial plane deliveries were ugly, tumbling 56%Y/Y to just 28, if a +40% improvement q/q; Commercial Airplanes revenue of $3.60 billion was in line with estimates of $3.60 billion.
Elsewhere, Defense, Space & Security revenue was $6.85 billion, estimate $7.12 billion, while Global Services revenue $3.69 billion, estimate $3.59 billion.