BOSTON (AP) — General Electric Co. swung to a loss during the second quarter, but its outlook improved as it continues to right its troubled power division.
GE also took a hit from the grounding of Boeing’s 737 Max planes. GE helps make engines for the advanced aircraft and said Wednesday that it lost $300 million in the quarter due to the groundings. It anticipates losing $400 million per quarter in the second half of the year if that continues.
GE lost $61 million, or 3 cents per share in the quarter. Revenue slipped 1% to $28.83 billion.
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