General Electric is still a dog, Sears is still dying and Chipotle can still serve you up some sickness.
In not so many words, that describes three of the biggest stories on Wall Street this week. General Electric's incoming new CEO John Flannery said a full business review won't be shared with investors until November. Obviously investors already dealing with a stock at fresh 52-week lows didn't like hearing that one. Then there is Sears, which struck a deal with the company that's killing it -- Amazon -- to sell Kenmore appliances on its website. Good luck with that one.
Chipotle chimed in later in the week with news that one restaurant in Virginia has made over 100 people ill. Thanks, norovirus.
Oh, and the broader stock market can't be stopped. With easy money continuing to flow and most high rollers chilling on the beach, there continues to be a lack of major portfolio re-positioning at current sky-high valuations.
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