Do you want the bad news or the good news first? If nothing else, General Electric Chief Executive Officer Larry Culp has a keen grasp of investor psychology. A little more than a week after he let slip at a conference that industrial free cash flow at the troubled conglomerate would be negative this year, he attached specific, ugly numbers to that expectation in a Thursday morning investor update. GE shares rose sharply anyway as the glimmers of hope and specific action Mr. Culp outlined lifted spirits.
Source: Wall Street Journal March 14, 2019 16:31 UTC