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Here's What GE's Latest Earnings Really Mean to Investors

·5 min read
Here's What GE's Latest Earnings Really Mean to Investors
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The market was somewhat unimpressed by General Electric's (NYSE: GE) first-quarter earnings. As such, it's likely that when commercial air travel picks up globally, the company will be well-positioned to take advantage. First, in an environment where many other industrial companies have been reporting good results and raising guidance -- not least GE's fellow aerospace-focused industrial Honeywell (NYSE: HON) -- it might have been a bit disappointing to see the company merely maintain full-year revenue, earnings, and free cash flow guidance.