GE - General Electric Company

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
12.56
+0.18 (+1.45%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous Close12.38
Open12.28
Bid0.00 x 1400
Ask12.55 x 900
Day's Range12.26 - 12.73
52 Week Range11.21 - 23.44
Volume86,785,513
Avg. Volume71,323,720
Market Cap109.16B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.85
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.87
Earnings DateOct 25, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield0.48 (3.94%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-09-14
1y Target Est15.75
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  • Bloomberg9 hours ago

    German Industry Slams ‘America First' After Siemens Is Foiled in Iraq

    Iraq signed a memorandum of understanding with General Electric Co. on Oct. 15 after U.S. officials warned Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi that U.S.-Iraqi relations would be at risk if his government accepted the deal with Siemens, Bloomberg reported. Adel Jeryan, Iraq’s deputy electricity minister for production and projects, said the country on Saturday had also inked an MOU with Siemens and that both memorandums were non-binding.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    U.S. rig count rises to highest since March 2015 -Baker Hughes

    U.S. drillers added oil rigs for a second week in a row this week, raising the rig count to the highest level since March 2015. Drillers added four oil rigs in the week to Oct. 19, bringing the total count to 873, General Electric Co's Baker Hughes energy services firm said in its closely followed report on Friday. The U.S. rig count, an early indicator of future output, is higher than a year ago when 736 rigs were active because energy companies have ramped up production to capture prices that are higher in 2018 than 2017.

  • Honeywell Beats Estimates Again in Q3 2018: Stock Rises
    Market Realist2 days ago

    Honeywell Beats Estimates Again in Q3 2018: Stock Rises

    Honeywell (HON) announced its third-quarter earnings today before the market opened. It reported adjusted EPS of $2.03, an increase of 16.7% year-over-year, and beat Wall Street analysts’ expectation of $1.99.

  • Bloomberg2 days ago

    Honeywell Gets a Chance to Own the Spotlight

    Earnings expectations were high, but the industrial conglomerate still managed to impress on Friday. Third-quarter earnings per share bested analysts' estimates, as did a stellar 7 percent increase in sales excluding the impact of currency swings and M&A. Honeywell usually has to share an earnings day with General Electric Co., which has tended to suck up all the oxygen, especially lately. Honeywell's center-stage showcase went smoother than earnings reports at some other industrial companies: distributors Fastenal Co. and W.W. Grainger Inc. plunged earlier this month after reporting third-quarter gross margin disappointments and some slight cracks in sales momentum, fueling fears of an earnings peak.

  • How 3M Stock Has Performed since Q2 Earnings
    Market Realist2 days ago

    How 3M Stock Has Performed since Q2 Earnings

    3M's Third-Quarter Earnings: What Can Investors Expect?3M is set to announce its third-quarter earnings

  • 3 Big Stock Charts for Friday: Kinder Morgan, Danaher and Viacom
    InvestorPlace2 days ago

    3 Big Stock Charts for Friday: Kinder Morgan, Danaher and Viacom

    Headed into Friday’s action, it’s the stock charts of Kinder Morgan (NYSE:KMI), Danaher (NYSE:DHR) and Viacom (NASDAQ:VIAB) that look like they have the most to offer traders. Kinder Morgan is a name we’ve looked at more than a few times of late, waiting to see if it will break above a key technical ceiling at $18.37. Click to Enlarge • Yesterday’s move to the ceiling at $18.37, plotted in yellow, is suspicious in that Kinder Morgan shares only has to kiss that level to draw out the profit-takers.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    PRESS DIGEST - RUSSIA - Oct 19

    The following are some stories in Russia's newspapers on Friday. - Hackers have been increasingly targeting banks in Russia, but are recently having less success because of stepped-up security measures at banks, the newspaper writes citing the central bank. - State energy holding Inter RAO wants to buy a 25 percent share in Russia's Gas Turbines, a joint venture with General Electric, the newspaper writes.

  • Market Pulse: Industrials Selloff Deepens on Worries Over Margin Pressures
    Investing.com2 days ago

    Market Pulse: Industrials Selloff Deepens on Worries Over Margin Pressures

    Investing.com - Industrials struggled to find their footing in afternoon trading on fears earnings in the sector will be crimped by weaker margins as costs swell.

  • UPS, Georgia Power, Delta CEO's react to closed-door meeting with gubernatorial candidates
    American City Business Journals3 days ago

    UPS, Georgia Power, Delta CEO's react to closed-door meeting with gubernatorial candidates

    The Metro Atlanta Chamber hosted both major candidates for governor at their executive committee meeting Thursday morning to hear their visions for Georgia if they are elected.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    Borrowing costs could rise for indebted US blue chip companies

    US blue chip companies that have been racking up record debt to fund strategic acquisitions and share buybacks could face higher borrowing costs as they are vulnerable to being downgraded to junk status in the next economic slump. Loans to US corporations that are rated in the BBB or Baa categories, the lowest levels on the investment-grade rung, now account for about half of the high-grade sector, up from a third a decade ago, after this debt spree. “While credit conditions are very good, leverage is high and will only go higher in a stressed environment.

  • Business Wire3 days ago

    GE and Clarke Energy to Supply Turnkey CHP Plant for Municipal Electricity Utility in Michigan

    As phased decommissioning of coal plants and additional renewables integration into the grid have led to increased variability in the Midcontinent Independent System Operator (MISO)’s wholesale electricity segment, GE’s Distributed Power business (GE) and Clarke Energy — GE’s authorized Channel Partner of Jenbacher* gas engines in Michigan — today announced that they will provide a turnkey combined heat and power (CHP) plant to municipal electricity utility Sebewaing Light & Water (SL&W). The CHP plant, funded by a public bond, will augment SL&W’s existing power plant assets with GE’s high-efficiency, natural gas-fueled Jenbacher gas engines, allowing for lower electricity costs for residential, commercial and industrial customers in Sebewaing.

  • Honeywell’s Short Interest Continues to Stay under 1%
    Market Realist3 days ago

    Honeywell’s Short Interest Continues to Stay under 1%

    In the previous article, we saw analysts’ recommendations for Honeywell (HON). The latest report on September 28 suggests that Honeywell’s short interest remained under 1% of the outstanding shares. As per the latest report, HON’s short interest is at 0.78% of the outstanding shares, a decline of 12 basis points sequentially.

  • Larry Culp is the production ‘nerd’ that could just transform GE
    MarketWatch3 days ago

    Larry Culp is the production ‘nerd’ that could just transform GE

    Culp is a true TPS nerd, so watch for improvements in speed, productivity, and in designing features and products that customers want.

  • Barrons.com3 days ago

    The Black Hole Inside General Electric

    RBC Capital Markets, Wolfe Research, and (BCS) all upgraded the shares this month after Larry Culp was named to replace John Flannery at the helm. Today, the Financial Times reported that GE Power was going to win a contract in Iraq over rival (SIE) (SIEGY). Wolfe analyst Nigel Coe wrote that could help turn investor sentiment on GE, noting that the struggles in GE Power are what drives most of the negative feelings toward the stock.

  • U.S. Persuades Iraq to Quash Siemens Deal in Favor of GE
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    U.S. Persuades Iraq to Quash Siemens Deal in Favor of GE

    Iraq signed a memorandum of understanding with GE on Monday, after senior U.S. officials warned Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi that the future of the U.S.-Iraq relationship would be at risk if his government accepted the deal with Siemens, according to the officials, who asked not to be identified discussing private deliberations. The Financial Times reported the U.S. move earlier Thursday.

  • Honeywell Has Continued to Beat Wall Street Estimates
    Market Realist3 days ago

    Honeywell Has Continued to Beat Wall Street Estimates

    Wall Street expects Honeywell (HON) to post adjusted EPS of $1.99 in Q3 2018, which implies an increase of 13.7% year-over-year. In Q3 2017, HON reported adjusted EPS of $1.75. HON has beaten Wall Street expectations in six quarters since 2017, and it appears that it is all set to beat expectations again.

  • MarketWatch4 days ago

    GE's stock surges on heavy volume, is on track to snap six-session losing streak

    Shares of General Electric Co. rallied 1.1% in afternoon trade Wednesday, putting it on track to snap a six session losing streak. With 66.5 million shares traded, GE's stock was the most actively traded on the NYSE. The Financial Times reported that GE has won a $15 billion power-generation contract from the Iraqi government, beating out Germany-based rival Siemens AG . GE's stock had tumbled 11.1% amid its six-session losing streak, which followed a six-session win streak in which the stock soared 20.5% after the struggling industrial conglomerate named a new chief executive. The stock was still down 29.9% year to date, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average has gained 4.2%.

  • Scottsdale tech company names new CEO
    American City Business Journals4 days ago

    Scottsdale tech company names new CEO

    The new chief executive was promoted after serving as vice president of technology and security since November 2016.

  • GE to pay penalty if falls short of French job pledges: ministry
    Reuters4 days ago

    GE to pay penalty if falls short of French job pledges: ministry

    General Electric's new CEO told France's finance minister on Wednesday that it would stick to his predecessor's French job pledges or pay a penalty, the Finance Ministry said. The U.S. conglomerate had committed to creating 1,000 net new jobs by the end of this year when it bought French group Alstom's energy business in 2015. Former CEO John Flannery warned French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire in June that the target was "out of reach", and the government raised the possibility of fines worth 50,000 euros ($57,570) for each job not created.

  • GE to pay penalty if falls short of French job pledges: ministry
    Reuters4 days ago

    GE to pay penalty if falls short of French job pledges: ministry

    General Electric's new CEO told France's finance minister on Wednesday that it would stick to his predecessor's French job pledges or pay a penalty, the Finance Ministry said. The U.S. conglomerate had committed to creating 1,000 net new jobs by the end of this year when it bought French group Alstom's energy business in 2015. Former CEO John Flannery warned French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire in June that the target was "out of reach", and the government raised the possibility of fines worth 50,000 euros ($57,570) for each job not created.

  • How Honeywell Stock Has Performed ahead of Earnings Release
    Market Realist4 days ago

    How Honeywell Stock Has Performed ahead of Earnings Release

    Honeywell (HON) is set to announce its third-quarter 2018 earnings on October 19, 2018, before the market opens. It plans to hold a conference call at 8:30 AM EST that day. In this series, we’ll look at Honeywell stock’s performance since its second-quarter earnings, analysts’ revenue and EPS estimates, recommendations, and short interest trends.

  • GE throws support behind Walsh's new coastal resilience plan
    American City Business Journals4 days ago

    GE throws support behind Walsh's new coastal resilience plan

    “We applaud the efforts by the city of Boston and your leadership in driving coastal resilience enhancements along the Fort Point Channel,” a GE executive wrote to Mayor Walsh in a letter.

  • Prudential Financial no longer deemed 'too big to fail'
    American City Business Journals4 days ago

    Prudential Financial no longer deemed 'too big to fail'

    U.S. regulators have rescinded federal oversight of Prudential Financial Inc. In other words, Prudential is no longer considered "too big too fail" — a theory that some financial institutions are so large that their failure would be disastrous to the greater economy. The Financial Stability Oversight Council voted to revoke Prudential’s designation as a systemically important financial institution (SIFI). Prudential joins other firms like American International Group Inc. (NYSE: AIG), General Electric Co.’s (NYSE: GE) financing arm, and MetLife Inc. (NYSE: MET) — none are considered SIFIs.

  • Investing.com4 days ago

    General Electric Rises 3%

    Investing.com - General Electric (NYSE:GE) rose by 3.26% to trade at $12.49 by 09:41 (13:41 GMT) on Wednesday on the NYSE exchange.