General Electric Co. reports second-quarter earnings before market open on Friday, July 20. The industrial conglomerate has had a rough past year. Here’s a look at what might be expected from Friday’s report.
There’s no denying that General Electric (GE) has had a tough go over the past several years amid a long-running restructuring and turnaround effort. The company has been more vocal lately about all the steps it’s taking, as well as the fact that this turnaround is going to take time. So investors might just be hoping for no surprises when GE reports earnings before market open on Friday, July 20.
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Earnings season kicks into high gear next week with major companies across sectors reporting. These are some of the bigger names that are scheduled to release results:
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