By Scott Malone BOSTON, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Investors who have made their peace with the slump at General Electric Co's hefty finance arm are left with another worry: How long can sales of big-ticket items like jet engines and power plants hold up in the face of a slowing global economy? The second-largest U.S. company by market capitalization told Wall Street on Thursday that its profit for the year would tumble as much as 12 percent as the credit crunch takes a toll on profit at its ...
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