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Before the opening bell on Friday morning, General Electric (GE ) reported its fourth quarter results, posting higher earnings and revenues compared to last year’s Q4 figures.
GE chairman and CEO Jeff Immelt commented on the company’s year-end results: “GE ended the year with strong fourth-quarter industrial earnings and margin growth. The environment remains volatile, but we continue to see infrastructure growth opportunities. We are pleased with our execution in 2014: meeting our commitment to grow industrial segment profits 10%, industrial segment organic revenue growth of 7%, increasing operating margins 50 basis points, decreasing costs by $1.2 billion, reducing the size of GE Capital and returning $11 billion to shareowners.”
General Electric will pay its next quarterly dividend on January 26. The stock went ex-dividend on December 18.
GE Stock was up 10 cents, or 0.41%, in pre-market trading.