General Electric (GE)  shares slumped Friday after a double-digit decline in revenue for its power division for its most recent quarter. 

Chief Executive Officer John Flannery said the company "saw continued strength across many of our segments, especially in Aviation and Healthcare." But Flannery cautioned that the power market is expected to "remain challenging."

GE shares are lower by 25% so far this year. 

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