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Deep Dive on GE: GE Capital

In April 2015, partially in response to the regulatory restrictions that accompanied GE Capital’s designation as a systemically important financial institution by the Financial Stability Oversight Council, GE adopted the GE Capital Exit Plan, under which it planned to reduce … Continue reading

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Deep Dive on GE: Consolidated Enterprise Valuation

In my view, the most appropriate way to look at GE’s stock valuation is to consider the company as a single enterprise.  In this analysis, I compare its current valuation to peers.  My calculations for GE’S enterprise value-to-EBITDA multiple at … Continue reading

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Deep Dive on GE: Projected 2020 Consolidated Results

Based upon management’s guidance given at General Electric’s 2020 Outlook meeting on March 4th, I project 2020 Industrial Leverage EBITDA of $11.6 billion, up roughly 3% from 2019.  Industrial Leverage EBITDA was given in the appendix to the company’s 2020 … Continue reading

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Deep Dive on GE: The 2020 Outlook for its Businesses

Given the complexity of its business mix and financial structure, valuing GE is not an easy exercise even under benign economic conditions.  The task is made even more difficult when there is considerable uncertainty about prospects for the global economy.

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Though It Might Be Delayed, GE’s BioPharma Sale is Set to Close

GE’s stock has been battered during this sell-off, falling much more than the broader market as a whole.  Since reaching an intra-day peak of $13.26 on February 12 (roughly one month ago), the stock has fallen 40.8% to its March … Continue reading

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NYT Magazine Article on the Boeing 737 Max

The cover story in this week’s Sunday New York Times Magazine is “What Really Caused the Deadly Crashes of the Boeing 737 Max?“. While acknowledging that malfunctions caused the crashes, it also documents in detail the errors made by the … Continue reading

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A Review of the Markopolos Report on General Electric

On August 15, 2019, Harry Markopolos, who gained fame as the person who exposed the fraud perpetrated by Bernie Madoff, released a 175-page report entitled “General Electric, A Bigger Fraud Than Enron.” GE’s stock fell 11.3% on the day; but … Continue reading

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The Outlook Begins to Improve (Gradually) for BHGE

The net income and EPS figures for the 2019 first quarter for Baker Hughes, a GE company, are confusing as presented.  The company reported net income (before income or loss allocated to the non-controlling interest, which is GE) of $71 … Continue reading

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GE 18Q4 Results: Curb Your Enthusiasm

General Electric (GE) posted 2018 fourth quarter results that were viewed positively by the financial community primarily because there were no new major negative surprises. Although management gave an update on the company’s recent progress and certain aspects of its … Continue reading

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After Earnings, GE’s Stock Hits a 9-Year Low

General Electric (GE) reported 2018 third quarter results on Tuesday, October 30.  This was the first conference call for newly-installed Chairman and CEO H. Lawrence (Larry) Culp, Jr.

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