GE Buying Baker Hughes: What Investors In Both Companies Need To Know

Posted On November 8, 2016 4:20 pm

GE’s merging of its oil & gas business with oil service giant Baker Hughes will have a massive impact on the industry. BUT that doesn’t mean that investors in both companies will win the the same extent in the short-term. Find out what this mega-deal means for investors in both companies, and why GE investors hoping for a dividend increase might end up waiting a while longer before.

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