Here's Why General Electric's Stock Isn't Falling Off a Cliff After Earnings
GE delivers, sort of.

Tread carefully with General Electric (GE) , it still has a long road to recovery.

Shares of the one-time industrial powerhouse rose more than 3% in pre-market trading as it posted first-quarter earnings 4 cents ahead of Wall Street estimates. The struggling company also reiterated its full year profit outlook of $1.00 to $1.07 and its expectation for free cash flow. 

But the quarter was far from clean. Watch below for instant analysis. 

Has GE's stock bottomed? $GE https://t.co/TTH0NkgaCQ

— Brian Sozzi (@BrianSozzi) April 20, 2018

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