Boeing Total Liabilities 2010-2022 | BA

Boeing total liabilities from 2010 to 2022. Total liabilities can be defined as the total value of all possible claims against the corporation.
  • Boeing total liabilities for the quarter ending September 30, 2022 were $155.193B, a 3.67% decline year-over-year.
  • Boeing total liabilities for 2021 were $153.398B, a 9.88% decline from 2020.
  • Boeing total liabilities for 2020 were $170.211B, a 19.93% increase from 2019.
  • Boeing total liabilities for 2019 were $141.925B, a 21.36% increase from 2018.
Boeing Annual Total Liabilities
(Millions of US $)
2021 $153,398
2020 $170,211
2019 $141,925
2018 $116,949
2017 $110,649
2016 $89,120
2015 $88,011
2014 $84,131
2013 $77,666
2012 $82,929
2011 $76,378
2010 $65,703
2009 $59,828
Boeing Quarterly Total Liabilities
(Millions of US $)
2022-09-30 $155,193
2022-06-30 $150,270
2022-03-31 $151,069
2021-12-31 $153,398
2021-09-30 $161,112
2021-06-30 $165,420
2021-03-31 $167,876
2020-12-31 $170,211
2020-09-30 $172,814
2020-06-30 $174,254
2020-03-31 $152,435
2019-12-31 $141,925
2019-09-30 $136,407
2019-06-30 $131,204
2019-03-31 $119,977
2018-12-31 $116,949
2018-09-30 $115,868
2018-06-30 $114,569
2018-03-31 $112,251
2017-12-31 $110,649
2017-09-30 $89,862
2017-06-30 $92,014
2017-03-31 $89,518
2016-12-31 $89,120
2016-09-30 $86,800
2016-06-30 $88,962
2016-03-31 $87,441
2015-12-31 $88,011
2015-09-30 $92,212
2015-06-30 $91,795
2015-03-31 $89,745
2014-12-31 $84,131
2014-09-30 $78,016
2014-06-30 $78,553
2014-03-31 $76,942
2013-12-31 $77,666
2013-09-30 $85,566
2013-06-30 $84,459
2013-03-31 $82,887
2012-12-31 $82,929
2012-09-30 $75,972
2012-06-30 $75,703
2012-03-31 $75,085
2011-12-31 $76,378
2011-09-30 $68,102
2011-06-30 $67,295
2011-03-31 $64,753
2010-12-31 $65,703
2010-09-30 $60,670
2010-06-30 $60,582
2010-03-31 $59,931
2009-12-31 $59,828
2009-09-30 $59,544
2009-06-30 $57,378
2009-03-31 $55,849
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Aerospace Aerospace and Defense General $105.912B $62.286B
The Boeing Co. is one of the largest defense contractors in the U.S. for its premier jet aircraft along with varied defense products. Its customers include domestic & foreign airlines, the U.S. DoD, the Department of Homeland Security, the NASA, other aerospace prime contractors, and certain U.S. government and commercial communications customers. It has 4 segments. Boeing Commercial Airplanes Segment develops, produces & markets commercial jets, and support services. The 3 units that comprise the Boeing Defense, Space & Security (BDS) segment are as follows: Boeing Military Aircraft, Network and Space Systems and Global Services and Support. Boeing Global Services Segment brings together certain Commercial Aviation Services businesses and BDS businesses. It provides parts, maintenance, modifications, logistics support, training, data analytics and information-based services. Boeing Capital Corp. Segment provides selective financing solutions for BDS segment government customers.
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