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GE Reiterates Earnings Outlook for ‘04, ‘05

General Electric is on track to reach earnings-per-share target ranges of $1.57 to $1.60 in 2004, and double-digit EPS growth in 2005, Keith Sherin, GE’s chief financial officer said on Tuesday at an investor meeting.

“Our operations are in excellent shape, and the economic fundamentals we see remain very strong,” Sherin said in a statement. “We are ahead of plan on the integration of our major acquisitions, Amersham and Universal, and our growth initiatives continue to deliver.”

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