As parking space for 787s in Seattle and South Carolina comes to a premium, Wall Street is...

|By:, SA News Editor

As parking space for 787s in Seattle and South Carolina comes to a premium, Wall Street is becoming increasingly concerned about the drain on Boeing's (BA) finances. The company has $13.5B in cash and short-term investments plus $3.7B in free cash flow it generated in Q4. However, "costs" include $200M in final customer payments that Boeing is losing out on for every month the Dreamliner is grounded, and $1B a month on production.