Here's Why GE Has Plunged to a 52-Week Low

Relax, widows and orphans, your hallowed General Electric (GE) dividend is safe. 

The stock itself, on the other hand, looks like a straight-up dog for the foreseeable future. Shares of the industrial giant are hovering around a 52-week low as Wall Street questions not only how new CEO John Flannery will lead, but what he could do to accelerate earnings. Perhaps Morgan Stanley put it best last week in a damning new note, predicting a weak second quarter and voicing concerns about the prospects for GE's key power generation business. ...510 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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