Sales in the commercial airplanes business, Boeing's largest, sank 65 percent to $1.8 billion as the planemaker delivered just 20 aircraft, less than a third of the total a year earlier.
Net income of $3.5 billion, or 37 cents a share, still topped the 27-cent average estimate from analysts surveyed by Refinitiv. Both JPMorgan Chase and Citigroup posted double-digit profit declines earlier this week after shoring up reserves.
Double-digit growth in stock and bond trading fueled the New York-based bank's revenue gains as investors nationwide moved money to safer assets and took advantage of market volatility.
The U.S., which has the most COVID-19 infections in the world, is recording daily jumps nearing their April peaks.
Some 1.48 million people filed jobless claims in the week through June 20, taking the three-month total to about 47 million.
The country reported 34,700 new cases of the virus on Tuesday. Higher numbers have been reported on only two other days in April.
Investors piled more money into large-cap tech, powering the Nasdaq to its 21st record of the year.
AmazonSmile relies on the Southern Poverty Law Center to identify hate groups that are ineligible to receive donations.
While unemployment in the U.S. had dropped from a peak of 10 percent during the 2008 financial crisis to a 50-year low of 3.5 percent, economists say wage growth failed to keep pace.
The Commerce Department is revising its foreign-produced direct product rule and the Entity List of foreign companies subject to restrictions in the U.S. to "narrowly and strategically" target Huawei’s acquisition of semiconductors.