Movers: GE, Intel, GM, FedEx, Nike, Take-Two Interactive

Stocks in the news Thursday

General Electric (GE) falls 1.23 to 16.16 after S&P's Ratings Services revises outlook on GE and units, including General Electric Capital Corp., to negative from stable, affirms AAA long-term and A-1+ short-term credit ratings. S&P Ratings said its negative outlook is based partly on concerns regarding General Electric Capital Corp.'s future performance and funding, and that fundamentals-based earnings and cash flow could decline sufficiently during the next 2 years to warrant a downgrade.

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