General Electric (NYSE:GE) has indicated in an investor letter that it expects supply chain issues to continue to put pressure on its performance through at least the first half of this year.
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GE expects material and labor shortages and high inflation to impact its business segments such as Healthcare, Renewable Energy, and Aviation.
GE stock declined by about 6% in Friday’s trading.
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