T he key to the investment case for General Electric's (NYSE: GE) stock lies in the successful execution of its breakup plan. As such, the most significant risk to the stock lies precisely in the company's ability to navigate market conditions and deliver the three new companies with investment-grade debt.What was the outlook for General Electric Company?
General Electric (GE) - Get General Electric Company Report posted stronger-than-expected fourth quarter earnings Tuesday, but fell short of revenue forecasts and issued a weak 2022 profit outlook, sending shares in the industrial group sharply lower in pre-market trading.When does General Electric report Q4 2021 results?
General Electric is scheduled to report its Q4 2021 results on Tuesday, January 25. We expect GE stock to see little movement due to mixed Q4 with revenues beating consensus estimates, but earnings falling short.What's the current debt of General Electric Company?
Other than a Covid-19 recovery play, GE stock also stands to benefit from its focus on reducing its debt. GE’s current debt of around $63 billion compares with a large $110 billion figure seen in 2018. The company has sold several of its assets to reduce its debt, and it continues to be on that path.