General Electric Cutting DEALS and 4 Top Stocks Making Moves Now

General Electric (NYSE:GE): GE’s finance franchise, GE Capital, is reported to have routed a $7.1 million credit facility through its banking affiliate arm, GE Capital Bank, to Hishmeh Enterprises, a Domino’s Pizza franchisee. The funding comprises a term loan of $5.6 million that replaces existing debts, and a line of credit of $1.5 million to be used as growth capital.

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Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ): According to a report in Reuters, Johnson & Johnson has secured approval from the U.S. FTC for its acquisition of Synthes, a Swiss manufacturer of medical devices, with a rider: J&J must sell certain assets, which includes its system of the surgical treatment of wrist fractures, and related assets, to medical device manufacturer, Biomet.

Citigroup (NYSE:C): According to a report in the Financial Times, banks are scouting the possibility of reducing their provisioning for likely default by a borrower by including the latter’s intangible assets such as patents and trademarks as recoverables – this could improve the risk profile and thereby reduce capital margining requirements in the light of the looming Basel III regulations which impose more rigorous capital standards.

Chesapeake Energy (NYSE:CHK): In a positive for the beleaguered company, Canaccord responded to its likely lower midstream capex by boosting its price target for the shares, which are Buy rated.

Intel’s (NASDAQ:INTC): McAfee’s software product EMM (or, McAfee Enterprise Mobility Manager) will be jointly delivered across the globe by McAfee and 2e2 as a cloud based, managed service to enterprises and service providers. The partnership with 2e2 would enable McAfee to deliver scalable and customizable mobile device management and security solutions to various customers through telecom companies and providers.

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