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Told you so

25 September 2008 By Rob Cox

The conglomerate slashed its earnings forecast by up to $3.5bn this year because of the finance unit s woes. GE is halting buybacks and will bolster the division s capital and reduce leverage. These are the right steps, but should be the prelude to a divorce.

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