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General Electric Co. (GE) shares sank after two analysts sounded more alarm bells around the company’s liquidity and a report said former GE employees were being questioned by federal investigators about its troubled insurance business.

Once among the most respected American businesses, GE can now barely go a full week without a negative headline. In just the past month, news about an expanded probe of the company’s accounting, credit rating downgrades, potential tax problems, and escalating liquidity concerns have led to a 27 percent erosion in the stock price, overshadowing more positive announcements from GE, including its accelerated exit from Baker Hughes and the restructuring of the struggling power business.

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