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Baker Hughes A GE Co (BHGE.N)

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Fri, Oct 20 2017

BRIEF-Baker Hughes expects activity to stay flat through year-end - Conf Call

* Baker Hughes - Expect activity to stay flat through year-end till market has "better line of sight" into 2018 budgets, operators' production hedge positions - Conf Call

BRIEF-Baker Hughes a GE Co Q3 adj. basic earnings per share $0.05

* Qtrly ‍revenue of $5.4 billion, down 1% sequentially and flat year-over-year on a combined business basis​

GE to make payments to U.S. government over delayed Baker Hughes divestiture

WASHINGTON, Oct 17 General Electric has agreed to make payments to the U.S. government after failing to divest a subsidiary as quickly as agreed following a merger approval, the Justice Department said on Tuesday.

BRIEF-GE's Baker Hughes recently held takeover talks with Subsea 7 SA - WSJ

* Baker Hughes A GE Co recently held takeover talks with Subsea 7 SA - WSJ, citing sources‍​‍​

BRIEF-Baker Hughes, A GE Company announces August 2017 rig counts

* Baker Hughes, A GE Company announces August 2017 rig counts

BRIEF-Valueact Holdings reports 6.9 pct stake in Baker Hughes A GE Co

* Valueact Holdings, L.P. Reports 6.9 percent stake in Baker Hughes A GE Co as of July 28​ - sec filing

BRIEF-Baker Hughes, a GE company signs agreement with Twinza

* Baker Hughes, a GE company signs agreement with Twinza to provide fullstream support for offshore project in the Gulf of Papua

BRIEF-Baker Hughes expects activity growth to decelerate in North America onshore

* Baker Hughes A GE Co says in North America onshore, expect activity growth to decelerate as co progresses through second half of the year‍​

BRIEF-Baker Hughes A GE reports qtrly ‍GAAP net loss of $0.42​/shr

* Baker Hughes A GE Co - ‍revenue of $2.4 billion for quarter, up 6% sequentially​

U.S. drillers add oil rigs, pace remains slow: Baker Hughes

U.S. energy firms added oil rigs for a 24th week in the past 25 as the year-long drilling recovery continues but the pace of additions has slowed in recent months as crude prices declined despite OPEC-led efforts to end a global supply glut.

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