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General Electric spins off credit card unit in IPO
Synchrony Financial, the credit card unit of General Electric, made its debut Thursday as a public company, raising $2.9 billion in the year's largest initial public offering.
GE Spinoff Synchrony Flat in Stock Market Debut  ABC News
General Electrics Synchrony Financial IPO Raises $2.88B
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General Electric's Finance Arm Bulks Up in Canada
The move is part of the "company's strategy to grow our debt business in Canada," Brad Totter, president of GE Capital Real Estate's North America division, said in an email. The portfolio would be a big gulp for the company in Canada. The value of the ...
General Electric Company (NYSE:GE) Finance Arm Eyeing Debt Business ...  USTrade Voice
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General Electric's Synchrony Financial IPO Set For This Week
General Electric Company (GE) can raise about $3.1 billion in IPO of its North American consumer lending unit, Synchrony Financial.
General Electric Spin-Off: 3 Reasons to Consider Buying  Motley Fool
IPO Docket Suggests Busiest Week Since 2000  Wall Street Journal (blog)
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GE, Synchrony Financial Lower Sights for Thursday IPO
General Electric Co. (NYSE: GE) spinoff Synchrony Financial priced its initial public offering of 125 million shares at $23 at the bottom of the expected range of $23 to $26 a share.
Why General Electric Company Wants to Switch Off These Lights
So far In 2014, General Electric Company (NYSE: GE ) has taken two highly publicized and visible steps toward its goal of increasing industrial earnings to 75% of the company's total profits: the spin-off of its consumer retail finance division via the ...
General Electric Is Making The Right Moves (GE)  Seeking Alpha
What's Wrong With General Electric?  Barron's (blog)
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General Electric Company (NYSE:GE) � UPDATE 2-GE credit card unit ...
General Electric Company (NYSE:GE) [Reuters] - General Electric Co's credit card unit, Synchrony Financial, made a muted debut on the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday as investors remained ambivalent about the chances of a consumer-led U.S.
My 2 Concerns About General Electric's Synchrony Spin-Off (GE)
Before I dive into this article, let me establish my frame of reference first: General Electric (NYSE:GE) is an excellent company with an industrial division that is growing by 8% annually, the company has a backlog of work to do that is in the ...
General Electric: Can It Bring A Rally To Life?  Benzinga
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What Should General Electric Company Investors Expect for This Business?
According to press reports, General Electric Company (NYSE: GE ) is considering selling off its home appliances and lighting division, with figures of $1.5 billion to $2.5 billion being tossed around.
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Will This Estimate Increase Help General Electric (GE) Stock Today?
"We rate GENERAL ELECTRIC CO (GE) a BUY. This is driven by some important positives, which we believe should have a greater impact than any weaknesses, and should give investors a better performance opportunity than most stocks we cover.
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Is General Electric Company About to Make Its Biggest Mistake Ever?
In 2010, GE decided to shrink its GE Capital division... while simultaneously shelling out $1.6 billion to buy a credit card portfolio from Citigroup (NYSE: C ) -- a schizophrenic business plan if ever I heard one. Two years later, GE was back in the ...
GE: Fair Value Is About $35  Seeking Alpha
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