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A General Electric shock

11 December 2018 By Lauren Silva Laughlin

The industrial group led by Larry Culp is mostly being propped up by its aviation arm as its power business sucks wind and its finance unit consumes cash. The risk is that cyclical, financial and competitive headwinds kick the strongest leg of the stool out from shareholders.

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