GE’s Worst Week Since Recession

Shares of the industrial giant extend decline on analyst’s report

General Electric Co.’s holiday-shortened week was its worst since the recession, with shares falling 13 percent through Friday. A report from Deutsche Bank analyst John Inch questioned whether the manufacturing behemoth’s latest problems will force it to raise capital by selling shares or further cutting its dividend. The Boston-based company, which reports earnings on Jan. 24, said it has no plans to raise new capital and has already taken steps to shore up its cash position.

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