General Electric Co. said Thursday that its GE Capital finance unit will not need more outside funding and at worst will break even under scenarios the Federal Reserve Board is using to test banks during a global recession and credit crunch.

GE made the forecast at a meeting in New York where Chief Financial Officer Keith Sherin and other executives tried to allay investor concerns by providing the most detail yet about the unit's funding, holdings, reserves and potential writedowns and losses.

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