General Electric Sees Shares Rise After Potential Apollo Bid on Jet-Leasing Segment

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General Electric Company (GE), headquartered in Fairfield, Connecticut,  is a worldwide infrastructure and financial services company. It combines outstanding engineering with software and analytics to help the world tackle its biggest challenges: energy, health, and transportation.

Apollo Global Management is reported to be in the market to secure debt to buy all or at least part of General Electric’s jet-leasing business. The private equity giant has already met with lenders to obtain $30 billion in financing in order to purchase the jet segment. The jet-leasing business is estimated to be worth $40 billion.

GE’s stock is up approximately 9 percent after the first three trading days of 2019 and back above $8 a share.

An original member of the Dow Jones Industrial Average in 1896, General Electric was removed in June due to its struggles and underperforming stock price.

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GE shares rise on report Apollo discussing bid for jet-leasing business

Private equity giant Apollo Global Management is reportedly having discussion with bankers to secure debt to buy all or part of General Electric’s jet-leasing business…

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