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GE 2013 second quarter
performance
July 19, 2013
– Financial results & Company highlights
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2Q’13 overview
 Our environment slightly improved from first quarter
• Emerging markets resilient
• Europe stabilizing with orders +2%, but still challenging
• U.S. mixed but strong orders +20%
• Orders +4% with growth in equipment and services … backlog increased to $223B
 Delivered $0.36 operating EPS, (5)% with Industrial segment profit +2%
• GECC earnings (9)% in line with asset reduction … ENI at $391B
• Positive items of $.02 more than offset by $.04 of restructuring & other items …
includes $.02 in Industrial restructuring & continues to offset 1Q NBCU gain
 Executing on operating priorities
• Industrial segment margins +50 bps. with growth in 6/7 segments
• Industrial cost out continues … $474MM through the first half
• Generated $5.3B CFOA YTD excluding NBCU deal-related taxes ($3.7B total CFOA);
GE Capital dividend $1.9B … planning up to $6.5B in 2013
 Disciplined & balanced capital allocation
• $9.9B cash returned to investors YTD … $4.0B dividends & $5.9B buyback
• Closed Lufkin in July, Avio on track for 2H
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2Q’13 orders $24.1B, +4%
($ in billions)
Power & Water
Oil & Gas
Energy Mgmt.
Aviation
Healthcare
Transportation
Total
Equipment
$
V%
$3.0
2.8
1.7
3.2
2.8
0.4
$13.5
(5)%
42
23
7
4
(45 )
6%
Services
$
$3.0
2.3
0.5
2.6
2.0
0.6
$10.6
V%
2%
$175
8
Equip. 46
8
1
Services 129
(2 )
7
'10
2%
Orders price profile +0.9%
+1.6%
P&W
O&G
+0.3%
EM
(1.4)%
$216 $223
$200 $201 $204 $203 $210
53
53
52
50
53
56
57
147
148
152
153
157
160
166
'11
1Q'12 2Q'12 3Q'12 4Q'12 1Q'13 2Q'13
Highlights
 Equipment +6% … book-to-bill 1.1
+2.5%
+0.8%
Backlog
+0.4%
Aviation Healthcare Trans.
 Service orders +2% with 5/6 segments 
… P&W services up 13% excluding Europe,
Aviation commercial spares +19%
 China +20%, India +69%, Sub-Saharan Africa
+44%, Europe +2%, U.S. +20%
 Backlog +$7B … Aviation and Oil & Gas
 Positive orders pricing in 5/6 segments
Solid orders performance; continue
to add price to backlog
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Growth
dynamics
($ in billions)
Growth markets
Services
Industrial segment revenue
Revenue
+5%
$9.3
$9.8
$10.8
Technical progress
+2%
$11.1
+ $26B Paris Air Show wins for GE &
partners … $9B AirAsia CFM LEAP
engines/services
+ Launched Brilliant Wind Turbine ...
storage + advanced forecasting
= predictable power
+ CFM LEAP core tests exceeding fuel
burn expectations
2Q'12
2Q'13
2Q'12
2Q'13
+ Healthcare … 21 launches through
1H; 29 slated for 2H
 ASEAN +24%, S.S. Africa +66%,
Russia/CIS +14%, China +4%,
India +32%, Latin Am.  11%
 Growth in Transportation,
Aviation, Energy Mgmt.,
and Oil & Gas
+ $3.3B Lufkin acquisition completed  breadth in artificial lift
 Mining-related regions remain
challenged
 Margins up 70 bps.
+ First Evolution Series locomotive
comes out of Ft. Worth, TX plant
 Aviation +14%, Transportation
+23%, Healthcare +10%, Oil &
Gas +6%
 Backlog +$6B to $166B
+ GE Predictivity … Taleris launches
Intelligent Operations with Etihad
Airways … 14 advanced gas path
upgrades YTD in Power & Water
Segment revenue in line with our expectations
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Operating profit margins
($ in millions)
2Q
V pts.
TY
Mix
0.1
=
Value gap
1.0
++
(0.1)
=
Simplification
0.5
++
P&W volume timing / other
(1.0)
-/=
Second quarter
14.8%
15.3%
Dynamics
+0.5 pts.
+ Strong price performance $239
+ Material deflation $137
2Q'12
2Q'13
2Q OP %
Power & Water
Oil & Gas
Energy Mgmt.
Aviation
Healthcare
Transportation
H&BS
19.0 %
13.5
1.6
20.1
16.2
19.6
3.9
V pts.
0.1 pts.
0.7
1.4
1.1
0.8
1.6
--
R&D
+ Investing for growth … R&D +2%
– P&W volume schedule (0.8)
– FX & other inflation (0.2)
On track for planned 70 bps. increase in 2013
5
Generating cash
($ in billions)
Total CFOA
Consolidated
cash $89B
2QYTD CFOA
GE cash balance walk
V%
$6.8
Beginning balance 1/1/13
GECC
dividend
Industrial
$3.0
$4.0
(ex. NBCU deal-related
tax & pension)
NBCU
tax/pension
$3.7
(46)%
$1.9
(35)%
$3.3
(17)%
CFOA (ex. NBCU deal-related taxes)
5.3
Dividends
(4.0)
P&E
(1.8)
NBCU JV sale
16.7
$(1.6)
NBCU deal-related taxes
(1.6)
2013
Acquisitions
(0.2)
Buyback
(5.9)
Change in debt/FX/other
(4.8)
$(0.2)
2012
Total
$15.5
 2Q Industrial CFOA +60% ex. NBCU tax/pension
 Working capital build to support 2H volume
 NBCU deal-related taxes dampen CFOA by $1.6B
 GE Capital 2Q dividends $1.9B, up to $6.5B total year
 2H M&A … Lufkin closed, Avio on track
June 2013
On track to return $18B cash to investors in 2013
$19.2
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2Q’13 consolidated results
($ in millions)
($ in billions – except EPS)
Revenues
– Industrial sales
– Capital revenue
2Q’13
V%
Revenues
$35.1
24.6
11.0
(4)%
(2)
(3)
$
Operating earnings
Operating EPS
Continuing EPS
Net EPS
3.7
.36
.31
.30
(8)
(5)
(9)
3
CFOA YTD
– Industrial
– Industrial (ex. NBCU, Pension)
3.7
1.8
3.3
(46)
(54)
(17)
2Q’13
8%
17
1
2Q’12
12%
20
5
Tax rate
– GE (ex. GECC)
– GECC
Power & Water
V%
$5,715 (17)%
Segment
profit
$
$1,087
V%
(17)%
Oil & Gas
3,955
9
532
14
Energy Mgmt.
1,981
6
31
F
Aviation
5,303
9
1,067
16
Healthcare
4,490
-
726
5
Transportation
1,597
2
313
11
H&BS
2,127
5
83
5
Industrial
25,168
(1 )
3,839
2
GE Capital
10,980
(3 )
1,922
(9 )
Total segments $36,148
(2)%
$5,761
(2)%
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2Q’13 other items
EPS impact
Restructuring &
other charges
$(.03)
 Structural cost …
$.02 Industrial, $.01 Capital
Asset impairment
(.01)
 In Corporate
Industrial tax benefits
.01
 Tax audit resolution
GECC Fleet Canada exit
.01
 Tax in CLL
Discontinued operations
(.01)
 WMC
 GE Money Japan
EPS dynamics
Operating EPS
Industrial gain/restructuring
1Q
2Q
YTD
$0.39
$0.36
$0.75
.04
(.02)
.02
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Industrial segments
($ in millions)
Power & Water
2Q’13
Oil & Gas
$
V%
2Q’13
Revenues
$5,715
(17)%
Revenues
Segment profit
$1,087
(17)%
Segment profit
2Q dynamics
$
V%
$3,955
9%
$532
14%
2Q dynamics
• $6.0B orders (1)%, Europe (40)% ...
equipment (5)% driven by Thermal (50)%,
partially offset by Wind +55% ... services 2%
• $5.0B orders, +24% … equipment +42%
with Turbomachinery +74% and Subsea
+30%, services +8%
• Revenue … Thermal (28)% & Wind (54)% on
lower unit shipments, Distributed Power
+4% ... services (3)%, +6% ex. Europe
• Revenue ... equipment +11% driven by
Subsea +28% and Drilling & Surface +19%;
services up 6%
• Segment profit ... margins +10 bps. driven by
value gap and mix
P&W total year dynamics:
 Volume in line with EPG framework
 Services margins continue to improve
 On track for $250 SG&A reduction
• Segment profit ... margins +70 bps. driven
by stronger value gap and cost reduction
Orders strength continues & drives
backlog growth
Margins expanding driven by value gap
9
Industrial segments
($ in millions)
Aviation
2Q’13
Revenues
Segment profit
Healthcare
$
V%
$5,303
$1,067
9%
16%
2Q dynamics
2Q’13
Revenues
Segment profit
$
V%
$4,490
-%
$726
5%
2Q dynamics
• $5.8B orders, +4% … equipment +7%,
services +1% … backlog +6% VPQ to $110B
• $4.8B orders, +2% … equipment +4% with U.S.
+5%, Europe +7%, China +16%; services (2)%
• Revenue … equipment +12% driven by
higher engine shipments; services +6% …
spares rate +21%
• Revenue ... growth regions +10% offsetting
developed market headwind … Europe (6)%,
U.S. flat & Japan (21)% on weak yen
• Segment profit ... margins +110 bps. driven
by value gap, offsetting higher R&D
• Segment profit … margins +80 bps. driven by
cost out and simplification
 Aviation … strong engine deliveries, services; margin expansion
 Healthcare … strong cost out driving positive leverage
10
Industrial segments
($ in millions)
Transportation
2Q’13
Revenues
Segment profit
2Q dynamics
$
$1,597
$313
V%
2% • Revenue growth driven by services +28%
11% • Margins +160 bps. driven by value gap & services
Energy Management
2Q’13
Revenues
Segment profit
2Q dynamics
Revenues
Segment profit
• $2.3B orders, +19% … Digital Energy +24%
$
V%
$1,981
6%
• Revenue … Power Conversion +7%, Industrial
Solutions +4%, Digital Energy (15)%
F
• Margins +140 bps. driven by value gap
$31
2Q dynamics
Home & Business Solutions
2Q’13
• $1.1B orders … equipment (45)% on lighter
locomotive & mining volume; services +7%
$
$2,127
$83
V%
• Revenue … Appliances +8% driven by contract
channel, Lighting (4)%
5% • Segment profit … Appliances improving
position, Lighting a drag
5%
• Positive housing trends continue
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GE Capital
($ in millions)
2Q’13
$
Revenue
$10,980
Pretax earnings
1,950
Net income
1,922
ENI (ex. cash)
391B
Net interest margin
5.0%
Tier 1 common % (B1) 11.2%
V%
(3)%
(13)
(9)
(9)
18 bps.
108 bps.
30+ delinquencies
12.55%
12.01%
6.74%
6.69%
6.46%
6.10%
6.08%
2.81%
2.84%
2.27%
2.16%
2.10%
1.90%
2.01%
1.87%
1.88%
1.75%
2Q'12
Assets ($B)
$
CLL
Consumer
Real Estate
GECAS
EFS
V%
$174 (6)%
136
1
42 (28)
48 (3)
18 (6)
Segment
profit ($MM)
$
V%
$825
828
435
304
60
31%
(9)
97
(1)
(51)
•
•
•
•
•
Mortgage
12.17%
3Q'12
4Q'12
11.22%
1Q'13
11.80%
Consumer
Real Estate
CLL
2Q'13
2Q dynamics
Strong performance by CLL & Real Estate driven
by platform & property exits & tax benefits
Consumer down $(0.1B) driven by maintaining
reserve coverage
ENI down $40B VPY, down $11B VPQ
Volume up 5%, returns holding
CP at $36B, strong cash & equivalents at $70B
$1.9B dividend to parent in 2Q
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2013 operating framework
Operating earnings
2013E
Industrial
+/++
GE Capital
+
Corporate
=/-
2013 drivers
No update to
operating
framework
 Planning for slower growth in this environment
 Margin expansion
 Originations at high returns
 Continued portfolio rebalancing; lower ENI
 Planning for ~$3B including ~$0.3B of GECC preferred
dividends … expect restructuring to be offset by gains
Total operating earnings +/++
CFOA excl. NBCU-related tax $17-20B
CFOA incl. NBCU-related tax $14-17B
 Planning Industrial CFOA & GE Capital dividends
($17-20B) offset by ~$3.2B taxes related to NBCU exit
Total revenues
 Industrial segment organic +2-6%; likely at lower-end
of range; GE Capital revenues 0-(5)%
0-5%
 Not counting on environment improving
 Many things in our control … backlog, cost out , & capital allocation
 We compete in diverse, global markets
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Investor objectives …
1 Double-digit Industrial
earnings growth
 6/7 segments with earnings growth in
1H, 4 segments >10%
 Power & Water strengthens during the
year
2 Planning 70 bps. margin
expansion
 Good progress in 2Q, flat 1H … on track
for total year +70 bps.
3 Significant cash from GE Capital
 Returned $1.9B cash to parent,
planning up to $6.5B in ’13; solid
earnings, ENI $391B
4 +2-6% Industrial segment
organic revenue growth
 2Q organic (1)%, +5% ex. P&W … expect
year to be at low end of range
5 Expect to return ~$18B to
shareowners
 Returned $9.9B through dividends and
buyback in 1H
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