U.K. Subprime Losses Weigh On GE

Continued losses on subprime U.K. mortgages at GE Capital are expected to weigh on General Electric’s quarterly earnings.

  • 15 Oct 2009
Continued losses on subprime U.K. mortgages at GE Capital are expected to weigh on General Electric’s quarterly earnings. Scott Davis, an analyst at Morgan Stanley, predicts that quarterly profits at the electronics giant’s finance unit will be 94% lower than a year ago, resulting in a 57% decline ...

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