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General Motors stock price fell almost 6 percent Monday morning, as analysts reacted negatively to GM's exposure to bankrupt auto parts supplier Delphi.

GM warned that it faced an increased risk of supply disruptions after its biggest supplier filed for bankruptcy over the weekend. However, GM says that it will not necessarily be liable for post-retirement health-care and pension obligations for Delphi's ex-GM employees.

Nonetheless, financial analysts are worried about GM's future, with Bank of America estimating a 30 percent chance that GM itself will end up filing for bankruptcy.


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