Top GE analyst Tusa on earnings report: 'This is a worse than expected result'

A General Electric GE9X engine is pictured on a Boeing 777X airplane as it taxis for the first flight, which had to be rescheduled due to weather, at Paine Field in Everett, Washington on January 24, 2020.
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General Electric missed Wall Street estimates for its first quarter, and one of the top analysts on the stock said things are about to get worse for the legacy industrial company.