International rating agency Standard & Poor's confirmed the rating of General Electric Company at AA +. Corporate credit rating remains stable and according to analysts, the company will be able to repay the debt. The company announced its intention to sell the financial part of the business and continues the buyback of shares for 50 billion dollars. At this point we see the consolidation of assets and an aggressive investment strategy. Our medium-term outlook for the stock remains positive and we recommend holding shares of the company in the long-term investment portfolio with a growth potential of up to 30% per year.