INSERTING and REPLACING GE Delivers $0.33 Operating EPS Representing 1Q ’11 Growth of 65%; Revenues Total $38.4B for 1Q ’11, up 6%; Quarterly Dividend Increased by $0.01 to $0.15

1Q 2011 Highlights (Continuing Operations Attributable to GE)

  • Fourth-consecutive quarter of double-digit earnings growth
    • Operating earnings of $3.6 billion, up 58%; operating EPS of $0.33, up 65%
    • GAAP earnings of $3.4 billion, up 48%; GAAP EPS of $0.31, up 48%
  • Strong top-line performance in an improving environment
    • Industrial revenue growth of 8%; organic growth of 5%
    • Industrial segment international growth of 12%
    • Infrastructure orders of $19 billion, up 13%
  • Executing balanced capital allocation plan
    • Raised dividend $0.01 to $0.15/quarter effective 3Q ’11; third increase in last 12 months
  • GE Capital earned $1.8 billion, with pre-tax earnings of $2.3 billion
  • GE consolidated tax rate of 53%, reflecting tax on NBCU transaction and improved GE Capital earnings
  • Confident in full-year 2011 operating framework

FAIRFIELD, Conn.--()--In last table GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY Financial Measures That Supplement GAAP the following text should be inserted before heading marked Operating Earnings and Operating Earnings per Share:

We sometimes use information derived from consolidated financial information but not presented in our financial statements prepared in accordance with U.S. generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). Certain of these data are considered “non-GAAP financial measures” under the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission rules. These non-GAAP financial measures supplement our GAAP disclosures and should not be considered an alternative to the GAAP measure. We have referred to operating earnings, operating earnings per share, Industrial organic revenue growth, the GECC leverage ratio, and cash generated from Industrial operating activities (Industrial CFOA). The reconciliations of these measures to the most comparable GAAP measures follow.

Additionally the following text should be inserted before the heading marked Industrial CFOA:

We have provided the GECC ratio of debt to equity on a basis that reflects the use of cash and equivalents to reduce debt, and with long-term debt due in 2066 and 2067 classified as equity. We believe that this is a useful comparison to a GAAP-based ratio of debt to equity because cash balances may be used to reduce debt and because this long-term debt has equity-like characteristics. The usefulness of this supplemental measure may be limited, however, as the total amount of cash and equivalents at any point in time may be different than the amount that could practically be applied to reduce outstanding debt, and it may not be advantageous or practical to replace certain long-term debt with equity. Despite these potential limitations, we believe that this measure, considered along with the corresponding GAAP measure, provides investors with additional information that may be more comparable to other financial institutions and businesses.

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GE DELIVERS $0.33 OPERATING EPS REPRESENTING 1Q ’11 GROWTH OF 65%; REVENUES TOTAL $38.4B FOR 1Q ’11, UP 6%; QUARTERLY DIVIDEND INCREASED BY $0.01 TO $0.15

GE [NYSE: GE] announced today strong first-quarter 2011 operating earnings of $3.6 billion, up 58%, or $0.33 per share, up 65%, from the first quarter of 2010. GAAP earnings from continuing operations (attributable to GE) were $3.4 billion, or $0.31 per share, both up 48% year-over-year. Revenues grew to $38.4 billion for the quarter, up 6% from a year ago. In addition, GE raised its quarterly dividend by $0.01 to $0.15 effective in the third quarter of 2011. This is the third dividend increase declared in the last 12 months and reflects GE leadership’s confidence in the company’s business performance.

“As today’s results show, GE has emerged from the recession a stronger, more competitive company,” GE Chairman and CEO Jeff Immelt said. “GE Healthcare, Transportation and Aviation delivered strong results. Strategic investments in high-growth segments have strengthened the company’s Energy portfolio and position that business to return to growth in the second half of this year. We ended the quarter with a record high backlog of $177 billion.

“GE Capital also had a strong first quarter, earning $1.8 billion after tax,” Immelt said. “With losses having peaked, we are originating new business at attractive margins and our funding costs continue to be favorable. Reserve coverage decreased slightly in the quarter, driven by improving portfolio quality. Since the first quarter of 2010, we’ve improved our GECC Tier 1 common ratio to 9.8% from 7.8% and reduced GECC leverage to 4.5:1 from 5.5:1. We have strengthened the GE Capital franchise and are on track for solid earnings growth.”

In the first quarter, the company grew R&D investment 12% and launched nearly 50 new Healthcare and Energy products. Industrial segment operating profit margin declined 1.1 points from a year ago to 14.3%. Deflation remained positive for the quarter. Margins were also impacted by lower Wind pricing, the non-repeat of a 2010 Aviation franchise fee and new acquisitions. Cash generated from Industrial operating activities totaled $1.7 billion in the quarter, on track for full-year plan of $12-$13 billion. At quarter-end, GE had $82 billion of consolidated cash.

Balanced capital allocation remains a positive for GE investors. Since the second quarter of 2010 the company has declared dividend increases totaling 50%, announced six acquisitions in Energy and Healthcare that will drive long-term growth, and bought back $2.3 billion of stock.

Positive items were mostly offset by charges in the quarter. GE completed the NBC Universal transaction, resulting in a $0.04 per-share after-tax gain and a 49% ownership in the new entity. This was partially offset by $0.02 per share in after-tax restructuring and other charges and $0.01 in acquisition and disposition-related costs.

“As we said in January on the year-end 2010 earnings call, we expected the NBCU sale to result in a high tax rate,” Immelt said. “Including the impact of that transaction, GE’s consolidated tax rate for the first quarter of 2011 was 53%, up 37 points from the same quarter last year.

“We remain confident in GE’s 2011 framework,” Immelt said. “We are executing our capital allocation plan. We will continue investing to drive future growth and competitive advantage. The GE business model will continue to deliver earnings growth for shareowners in 2011 and beyond.”

First-quarter 2011 Financial Highlights:

First-quarter operating earnings were $3.6 billion, up 58% from $2.3 billion in the first quarter of 2010 and operating EPS was $0.33, up 65% from $0.20 in the first quarter of last year. Segment profit increased 36% compared with the first quarter of 2010, as increases of more than 200% at GE Capital, 37% at Transportation, 7% at Healthcare and 5% at Aviation more than offset a 7% earnings decline at Energy Infrastructure.

Including the effects of discontinued operations, first-quarter net earnings attributable to GE were $3.4 billion ($0.31 per share attributable to common shareowners) in 2011 compared with $1.9 billion ($0.17 per share attributable to common shareowners) in the first quarter of 2010.

First-quarter revenues increased 6% to $38.4 billion. GE Capital Services’ (GECS) revenues increased 3% from last year to $13.2 billion. Industrial sales of $22.1 billion decreased 6% versus 2010.

Cash generated from GE Industrial operating activities in first quarter 2011 totaled $1.7 billion, down 34% from $2.6 billion in the first quarter of 2010.

The accompanying tables include information integral to assessing the company’s financial position, operating performance and cash flow.

GE will discuss preliminary first-quarter results on a webcast at 8:30 a.m. ET today, available at www.ge.com/investors. Related charts will be posted there prior to the webcast.

GE (NYSE: GE) is a diversified infrastructure and finance company taking on the world’s toughest challenges. From aviation and power generation to financial services, healthcare solutions, oil and gas and rail, GE operates in more than 100 countries and employs about 300,000 people worldwide. For more information, visit the company's website at www.ge.com.

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GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY
Condensed Statement of Earnings
               
Consolidated     GE (a) Financial Services (GECS)
Three months ended March 31 2011 2010 V% 2011 2010 V% 2011 2010 V%
Revenues
Sales of goods and services $21,991 $23,673 $22,102 $23,509 $42 $281
Other income 3,626 350 3,665 376 - -
GECS earnings from continuing operations - - 1,806 515 - -
GECS revenues from services 12,831 12,181 - - 13,112 12,489
Total revenues 38,448 36,204 6% 27,573 24,400 13% 13,154 12,770 3%
 
Costs and expenses
Cost of sales, operating and administrative expenses 25,235 26,440 20,228 20,900 5,304 5,831
Interest and other financial charges 3,879 4,023 355 343 3,667 3,800
Investment contracts, insurance losses and insurance annuity benefits 736 747 - - 769 787
Provision for losses on financing receivables 1,163 2,187 - - 1,163 2,187
Total costs and expenses 31,013 33,397 (7)% 20,583 21,243 (3)% 10,903 12,605 (14)%
 
Earnings from continuing operations before income taxes 7,435 2,807 F 6,990 3,157 F 2,251 165 F
Benefit (provision) for income taxes (3,927) (443) (3,513) (788) (414) 345
Earnings from continuing operations 3,508 2,364 48% 3,477 2,369 47% 1,837 510 F
 
Earnings (loss) from discontinued operations, net of taxes 19 (366) 19 (366) 19 (363)
 
Net earnings 3,527 1,998 77% 3,496 2,003 75% 1,856 147 F
 
Less net earnings (loss) attributable to noncontrolling interests 94 53 63 58 31 (5)
Net earnings attributable to the Company 3,433 1,945 77% 3,433 1,945 77% 1,825 152 F
 
Preferred stock dividends declared (75) (75) (75) (75) - -
Net earnings attributable to GE common shareowners $3,358 $1,870 80% $3,358 $1,870 80% $1,825 $152 F
                                     
Amounts attributable to the Company:
Earnings from continuing operations $3,414 $2,311 48% $3,414 $2,311 48% $1,806 $515

F

Earnings (loss) from discontinued operations, net of taxes 19 (366) 19 (366) 19 (363)
Net earnings attributable to the Company $3,433 $1,945 77% $3,433 $1,945 77% $1,825 $152 F
 
Per-share amounts - earnings from continuing operations
Diluted earnings per share $0.31 $0.21 48%
Basic earnings per share $0.31 $0.21 48%
 
Per-share amounts - net earnings
Diluted earnings per share $0.31 $0.17 82%
Basic earnings per share $0.32 $0.17 88%
 
Total average equivalent shares
Diluted shares 10,641 10,687 -%
Basic shares 10,611 10,671 (1)%
 
Dividends declared per common share   $0.14   $0.10   40%                        
 
Amounts attributable to the Company:
Earnings from continuing operations $3,414 $2,311 48%
Less: Non-operating pension costs/(income), net of taxes 163 (51)
Operating earnings (non-GAAP measure) $3,577 $2,260 58%
 
Operating earnings - diluted earnings per share $0.33 $0.20 65%
                                     
(a) Refers to the Industrial businesses of the Company including GECS on an equity basis.
 

Dollar amounts and share amounts in millions; per-share amounts in dollars; unaudited. Supplemental consolidating data are shown for "GE" and "GECS." Transactions between GE and GECS have been eliminated from the "Consolidated" columns. See Note 1 to the 2010 consolidated financial statements at www.ge.com/ar2010 for further information about consolidation matters.

GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY
Summary of Operating Segments (unaudited)
     
Three Months
Ended March 31
(Dollars in millions) 2011   2010   V%
 
Revenues
Energy Infrastructure $ 9,449 $ 8,655 9%
Aviation(a) 4,368 4,165 5%
Healthcare(a) 4,090 3,733 10%
Transportation(a) 903 766 18%
Home & Business Solutions 1,989 1,940 3%
GE Capital 12,324   11,931 3%
Total segment revenues 33,123 31,190 6%
Corporate items and eliminations(a) 5,325   5,014 6%
Consolidated revenues from continuing operations $ 38,448   $ 36,204 6%
 
Segment profit(a)
Energy Infrastructure $ 1,381 $ 1,481 (7)%
Aviation(a) 841 799 5%
Healthcare(a) 531 497 7%
Transportation(a) 157 115 37%
Home & Business Solutions 74 71 4%
GE Capital 1,842   583 F
Total segment profit 4,826 3,546 36%
 
Corporate items and eliminations(a) 2,456 (104) F
GE interest and other financial charges (355) (343) (3)%
GE provision for income taxes (3,513)   (788) U
 
Earnings from continuing operations attributable to the Company 3,414 2,311 48%

 

Earnings (loss) from discontinued operations, net of taxes, attributable to the Company 19 (366) F
     
Consolidated net earnings attributable to the Company $ 3,433   $ 1,945 77%

(a) Effective January 1, 2011, we reorganized our segments. We have reclassified prior-period amounts to conform to the current-period presentation. Segment profit excludes results reported as discontinued operations, earnings attributable to noncontrolling interests of consolidated subsidiaries and accounting changes. Segment profit excludes or includes interest and other financial charges and income taxes according to how a particular segment’s management is measured – excluded in determining segment profit, which we sometimes refer to as “operating profit,” for Energy Infrastructure, Aviation, Healthcare, Transportation and Home & Business Solutions; included in determining segment profit, which we sometimes refer to as “net earnings,” for GE Capital. Results of our formerly consolidated subsidiary, NBC Universal, are reported in the Corporate items and eliminations line. Prior to January 1, 2011 segment profit excluded the effects of principal pension plans. Beginning January 1, 2011, we allocate service costs related to our principal pension plans and we no longer allocate the retiree costs of our postretirement healthcare benefits to our segments. This revised allocation methodology better aligns segment operating costs to the active employee costs, which are managed by the segments.

GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY
Summary of Operating Segments (unaudited)
Additional Information
     
Three Months
Ended March 31
(Dollars in millions) 2011   2010   V%
 
Energy Infrastructure
Revenues $ 9,449   $ 8,655 9%
 
Segment profit $ 1,381   $ 1,481 (7)%
 
Revenues
Energy $ 7,845 $ 7,205 9%
Oil & Gas 1,787 1,593 12%
 
Segment profit
Energy $ 1,221 $ 1,339 (9)%
Oil & Gas 199 191 4%
 
 
GE Capital
Revenues $ 12,324   $ 11,931 3%
 
Segment profit $ 1,842   $ 583 F
 
Revenues
Commercial Lending and Leasing (CLL) $ 4,608 $ 4,594 -%
Consumer 4,941 4,564 8%
Real Estate 907 944 (4)%
Energy Financial Services 345 791 (56)%
GE Capital Aviation Services (GECAS) 1,325 1,239 7%
 
Segment profit
CLL $ 554 $ 232 F
Consumer 1,257 569 F
Real Estate (358) (403) 11%
Energy Financial Services 112 153 (27)%
GECAS 306 317 (3)%
GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY
Condensed Statement of Financial Position
           
(Dollars in billions)
Consolidated GE (a) Financial Services (GECS)
Assets 3/31/11 12/31/10 3/31/11 12/31/10 3/31/11 12/31/10
Cash & marketable securities $ 127.1 $ 122.9 $ 15.5 $ 19.3 $ 112.1 $ 104.2
Receivables 17.3 18.6 11.6 10.4 - -
Inventories 13.3 11.5 13.3 11.5 0.1 0.1
Financing receivables - net 301.7 308.5 - - 308.4 317.7
Property, plant & equipment - net 67.5 66.2 13.2 12.4 54.3 53.8
Investment in GECS - - 72.1 69.0 - -
Goodwill & intangible assets 79.2 74.4 49.6 45.0 29.6 29.4
Other assets 114.9 105.3 34.7 17.3 86.5 93.5
Assets of businesses held for sale 1.6 36.9 - 33.8 1.6 3.1
Assets of discontinued operations 5.2 6.9 0.1 0.1 5.1 6.9
 
Total assets $ 727.8 $ 751.2 $ 210.1 $ 218.8 $ 597.7 $ 608.7
 
Liabilities and equity
Borrowings and bank deposits $ 466.7 $ 478.6 $ 10.4 $ 10.1 $ 458.1 $ 470.6
Investment contracts, insurance liabilities and
insurance annuity benefits 29.8 29.6 - - 30.4 30.0
Other liabilities 102.8 100.5 74.9 70.0 33.4 35.2
Liabilities of businesses held for sale 0.6 16.0 - 15.5 0.6 0.6
Liabilities of discontinued operations 2.1 2.3 0.2 0.2 1.9 2.1
GE shareowners' equity 123.5 118.9 123.5 118.9 72.1 69.0
Noncontrolling interests 2.3 5.3 1.1 4.1 1.2 1.2
 
Total liabilities and equity $ 727.8 $ 751.2 $ 210.1 $ 218.8 $ 597.7 $ 608.7
                         

 

(a) Refers to the Industrial businesses of the Company including GECS on an equity basis.

 

March 31, 2011, information is unaudited. Supplemental consolidating data are shown for "GE" and "GECS." Transactions between GE and GECS have been eliminated from the "Consolidated" columns. See Note 1 to the 2010 consolidated financial statements at www.ge.com/ar2010 for further information about consolidation matters.
GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY
Financial Measures That Supplement GAAP
 

We sometimes use information derived from consolidated financial information but not presented in our financial statements prepared in accordance with U.S. generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). Certain of these data are considered “non-GAAP financial measures” under the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission rules. These non-GAAP financial measures supplement our GAAP disclosures and should not be considered an alternative to the GAAP measure. We have referred to operating earnings, operating earnings per share, Industrial organic revenue growth, the GECC leverage ratio, and cash generated from Industrial operating activities (Industrial CFOA). The reconciliations of these measures to the most comparable GAAP measures follow.

 
   
Operating Earnings and Operating Earnings per Share
Three months ended March 31
(In millions; except earnings per share)   2011   2010   V%
 
Earnings from continuing operations attributable to GE $ 3,414 $ 2,311 48 %
Less non-operating pension costs/(income), net of tax   163   (51 )
Operating earnings $ 3,577 $ 2,260   58 %
 

Earnings per share - diluted

Continuing earnings per share $ 0.31 $ 0.21 48 %
Less: non-operating pension costs/(income) after tax   0.02   (0.01 )
Operating earnings per share $ 0.33 $ 0.20   65 %
 

Operating earnings excludes non-service related pension costs of our principal pension plans comprising interest cost, expected return on plan assets and amortization of actuarial gains/losses. The service cost and prior service cost components of our principal pension plans are included in operating earnings. We believe that these components of pension cost better reflect the ongoing service-related costs of providing pension benefits to our employees. As such, we believe that our measure of operating earnings provides management and investors with a useful measure of the operational results of our business. Other components of GAAP pension cost are mainly driven by market performance, and we manage these separately from the operational performance of our businesses. Neither GAAP nor operating pension costs are necessarily indicative of the current or future cash flow requirements related to our pension plan. We also believe that this measure, considered along with the corresponding GAAP measure, provides management and investors with additional information for comparison of our operating results to the operating results of other companies.

 
Industrial Organic Revenue Growth
Three months ended March 31
(Dollars in millions)   2011   2010   V%
 
GE revenues as reported $ 27,573 $ 24,400
Less GECS earnings from continuing operations   1,806   515  
Industrial revenues 25,767 23,885
Less the effects of:

Acquisitions, business dispositions (other than dispositions of businesses acquired for investment) and currency exchange rates

  5,398   4,516  

Industrial revenues excluding effects of acquisitions, business dispositions (other than dispositions of businesses acquired for investment) and currency exchange rates (Industrial organic revenues)

$ 20,369 $ 19,369   5 %
 

Organic revenue growth measures revenue excluding the effects of acquisitions, business dispositions and currency exchange rates.  We believe that this measure provides management and investors with a more complete understanding of underlying operating results and trends of established, ongoing operations by excluding the effect of acquisitions, dispositions and currency exchange, which activities are subject to volatility and can obscure underlying trends. We also believe that presenting organic revenue growth separately for our industrial businesses provides management and investors with useful information about the trends of our industrial businesses and enables a more direct comparison to other non-financial businesses and companies.  Management recognizes that the term "organic revenue growth" may be interpreted differently by other companies and under different circumstances. Although this may have an effect on comparability of absolute percentage growth from company to company, we believe that these measures are useful in assessing trends of the respective businesses or companies and may therefore be a useful tool in assessing period-to-period performance trends.

 
Ratio of Debt to Equity at GECC, Net of Cash and Equivalents and with Classification of Hybrid Debt as Equity (GECC leverage)
 
March 31
(Dollars in millions)   2011   2010  
 
GECC debt $ 452,821 $ 501,690
Less cash and equivalents

66,649

59,738

Less hybrid debt   7,725   7,725  

$

378,447

$

 

434,227

 

GECC equity

$ 76,143 $ 71,650
Plus hybrid debt   7,725   7,725  
$ 83,868 $ 79,375  
GECC leverage ratio 4.5:1 5.5:1
 

We have provided the GECC ratio of debt to equity on a basis that reflects the use of cash and equivalents to reduce debt, and with long-term debt due in 2066 and 2067 classified as equity. We believe that this is a useful comparison to a GAAP-based ratio of debt to equity because cash balances may be used to reduce debt and because this long-term debt has equity-like characteristics. The usefulness of this supplemental measure may be limited, however, as the total amount of cash and equivalents at any point in time may be different than the amount that could practically be applied to reduce outstanding debt, and it may not be advantageous or practical to replace certain long-term debt with equity. Despite these potential limitations, we believe that this measure, considered along with the corresponding GAAP measure, provides investors with additional information that may be more comparable to other financial institutions and businesses.

 
Industrial CFOA
Three months ended March 31
(Dollars in millions)   2011   2010   V%
 
Cash from GE's operating activities as reported $ 1,684 $ 2,551
Less dividends from GECS   -   -  

Cash from GE's operating activities excluding dividends from GECS (Industrial CFOA)

$ 1,684 $ 2,551 (34 )%
 

We define “Industrial CFOA” as GE’s cash from operating activities less the amount of dividends received by GE from GECS. This includes the effects of intercompany transactions, including GE customer receivables sold to GECS; GECS services for trade receivables management and material procurement; buildings and equipment (including automobiles) leased by GE from GECS; information technology (IT) and other services sold to GECS by GE; aircraft engines manufactured by GE that are installed on aircraft purchased by GECS from third-party producers for lease to others; and various investments, loans and allocations of GE corporate overhead costs. We believe that investors may find it useful to compare GE’s operating cash flows without the effect of GECS dividends, since these dividends are not representative of the operating cash flows of our industrial businesses and can vary from period to period based upon the results of the financial services businesses. Management recognizes that this measure may not be comparable to cash flow results of companies which contain both industrial and financial services businesses, but believes that this comparison is aided by the provision of additional information about the amounts of dividends paid by our financial services business and the separate presentation in our financial statements of the Financial Services (GECS) cash flows. We believe that our measure of Industrial CFOA provides management and investors with a useful measure to compare the capacity of our industrial operations to generate operating cash flow with the operating cash flow of other non-financial businesses and companies and as such provides a useful measure to supplement the reported GAAP CFOA measure.

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Media:
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Mobile 203-522-9045
anne.eisele@ge.com
or
Investor:
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trevor.a.schauenberg@ge.com