GE - General Electric Company

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
-0.29 (-2.82%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous Close10.27
Bid0.00 x 1000
Ask0.00 x 1200
Day's Range9.92 - 10.24
52 Week Range6.40 - 14.99
Avg. Volume112,164,083
Market Cap86.877B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.01
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-2.63
Earnings DateApr 18, 2019 - Apr 22, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield0.04 (0.39%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-03-08
1y Target Est12.82
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  • The history of GE: From Thomas Edison to jet engines to being kicked out of the Dow
    Yahoo Finance18 hours ago

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  • Reuters21 hours ago

    African Development Bank, GE reach settlement on Alstom misconduct

    The African Development Bank Group said on Friday that two General Electric Co subsidiaries would be temporarily barred from bidding on power contracts as part of a settlement of misconduct cases. The agreement bars GE Power units in Egypt and Germany from bidding for up to 76 months, the bank said. The units, former parts of Alstom that GE acquired in 2015, were found to have engaged in bribery and fraud in 2006 and 2011, the bank said.

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  • ACCESSWIRE22 hours ago

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  • CNBC23 hours ago

    GE's stock is having one of its best quarters in five decades, but analysts are unconvinced

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  • ACCESSWIREyesterday

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  • Investing.comyesterday

    General Electric Falls 3% - General Electric (NYSE:GE) fell by 3.21% to trade at $9.94 by 12:44 (16:44 GMT) on Friday on the NYSE exchange.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Smiths plans to list medical unit, focus on industrial technology

    The healthcare business has suffered from product delays, stricter European regulations and two lost contracts in the United States. A plan to merge it with U.S.-based ICU Medical fell through in September because Smiths and ICU could not agree on terms. "Pursuing a demerger of Smiths Medical will lead to two stronger companies, each...maximising the opportunities in their respective markets," Chief Executive Andy Reynolds Smith said.

  • American City Business Journalsyesterday

    Ready for takeoff: The sky’s the limit at GE’s Lynn aviation plant

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  • GE Power among companies watching the challenges related to marijuana legalization
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  • There Is a Bullish Case for General Electric Stock
    InvestorPlace2 days ago

    There Is a Bullish Case for General Electric Stock

    For the owners of General Electric (NYSE:GE) stock, the news that the company released recently was both very disappointing and very uplifting. All in all, although the recovery of GE and GE stock price will take longer than I previously thought, both still look poised to recover strongly within a year or two.Source: Shutterstock Since the very disappointing news -- including the company's forecast for negative industrial free cash flow this year and lower than expected earnings per share guidance - has been very well-covered by the media, let's start by looking at the less-noticed, good news. The Good News for GE StockFirst and foremost, CEO Larry Culp actually sounded pretty optimistic about the issue that's caused so many investors to abandon General Electric stock in recent years: the company's huge debt load."If we look at the simple frame here around leverage, I think we're making a lot of progress relative to the goals that we've laid out….There is a lot to do in this regard, a number of things that we're pretty pleased with in terms of the progress that we've made the last several months…We think that combined with what we've done and what we will do … really set us up nicely to continue to delever the company.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsSo Culp said GE is "making a lot of progress" on meeting its goals relative to reducing debt, and he noted that he's "pretty pleased with…the progress" the company has made on that front. Importantly, Culp added that the company is well-positioned to continue to reduce its debt load. * 5 Stocks To Buy for the Happiest Employees Those don't sound like the words of a CEO who's unsure about his company's ability to survive. Assuming that Culp, who has a great reputation, isn't a con artist, I think he'd sound very different if he thought GE and GE stock might go belly up. At the very least, he'd probably say that the company was still studying its alternatives and he wouldn't have said "we're making a lot of progress" or "we're pretty pleased..the progress that we've made."And when it comes to Power, the company's largest unit and the other issue that's caused GE stock price to sink, the CEO sounded like he has a solid plan to turn around the unit and to improve the way it operates.Culp emphasized the requirement to put customers first in order to avoid fiascoes like the faulty gas turbines that have hurt the unit's results in recent years. He also mentioned plans to execute better on projects. He discussed the need to cut costs, in order to adjust to lower demand, and to eliminate old, nonrecurring costs associated with "legal obligations" and the acquisition of Alstom.Also on Culp's list of priorities for Power are managing the unit on a day-to-day basis and decentralizing decision-making. Finally, he wants the unit's employees to work hard all year, instead of rushing around at the end of every quarter.Also in the good news column, I'd argue, is the company's overall 2019 earnings per share guidance. That came in at 50 cents-60 cents per share of GE stock, versus analysts' consensus estimate of 65 cents. However, Culp said that the company's EPS performance would improve after Q1. The company also noted that the top line of its industrial businesses would increase.Despite the anticipated earnings miss, positive EPS and revenue increases by a company that most believed was rapidly driving toward a cliff is not a bad thing. The Bad News for GE StockNow we move to the much-better-publicized bad news for GE stock. The company said that the free-cash flow of its industrial businesses, excluding certain items, would be zero to -$2 billion this year, while Power's free-cash flow would decline in 2019. Culp also said that Power's turnaround would be a"multiyear" process.All of that was much worse than I expected, given the positive catalysts that I see for Power plus Culp's statement in November that Power was "getting close" to a bottom. The Long-Term Outlook for GE Stock Is Still PositiveGE's 2020 and 2021 guidance was much more upbeat, which indicates that Culp expects the company's performance to greatly improve over the next two years.Power's free-cash flow is expected to significantly improve next year, although it will still be negative. But its free-cash flow is projected to turn positive in 2021. In 2020, the company's Industrial free-cash flow is projected to meaningfully improve and be positive. And in 2021, the growth of the company's Industrial free-cash flow is expected to accelerate.And importantly, the positive catalysts of the Power unit, which accounts for the lion's share of GE's revenue and is the main mover of GE stock price, still seem to be intact.Electric car sales are still ramping quickly around the world. In developed countries, large amounts of data usage should also spark increased electricity usage. Finally, in the U.S. and Canada, more growing of cannabis will also spur new demand for electricity. Cumulatively, these trends should spark more demand for new power plants in many places around the world.Decreased demand for coal and nuclear plants in many markets has probably hurt Power and GE stock price. But many experts believe that demand for natural gas in the U.S. will continue to rise, although there's disagreement on whether the increase will be slow or rapid. Nevertheless, in either scenario, GE can still sell many gas turbines and a great deal of equipment for natural gas plants in the years ahead.Meanwhile, no one seems to question the notion that China's demand for natural gas will rise rapidly for years to come, while demand for liquid natural gas is increasing all over Asia. Assuming that Culp can light a fire under GE's employees, Power and GE stock price should be well-positioned to benefit from this demand. The Bottom Line on General Electric StockCulp sounded optimistic about the company's ability to survive and to thrive by 2021. And it sounds like he has a viable plan to turn the company around. * 10 Stocks on the Rise Heading Into the Second Quarter Although his near-term forecast was disappointing to me and to many owners of GE stock, the company's long-term outlook and drivers appear to be intact. Therefore, long-term investors should continue to buy General Electric stock at current levels.As of this writing, Larry Ramer did not own shares of any of the companies mentioned. Compare Brokers The post There Is a Bullish Case for General Electric Stock appeared first on InvestorPlace.

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  • It’s Time to Admit You Missed the Boat on Snap Stock
    InvestorPlace2 days ago

    It’s Time to Admit You Missed the Boat on Snap Stock

    We've finally seen some life in Snap (NYSE:SNAP) in 2019, with shares exploding off its Dec. 24 lows. The stock has more than doubled from those levels as investors continue to bid Snap stock higher. In this regard, it's somewhat reminiscent of General Electric (NYSE:GE) and its big rally from the December lows.Source: Shutterstock However, the same question persists: Can Snapchat stock continue its rally?There are a few things to consider here. The first is that technology and the broader markets have momentum right now, and so do some of Snap's peers, like Facebook (NASDAQ:FB).InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsShould that momentum persist, I see no reason why Snapchat stock cannot continue higher as well. And keep in mind, I'm no raging bull in Snap. In fact, I have not liked this one very much at all over the years, save for a few short-term long setups on the chart.In that regard, let's look at the charts to see what we're working with. * 5 Cloud Stocks to Help Your Portfolio Fly Trading Snapchat Stock Click to EnlargeSnapchat stock rallied from $5 in late December to $7 in early February. For many, this 40% rally would be a sure-fire short. But investors have to realize that, even without solid fundamentals, rarely is it worthwhile to try shorting a stock to zero.The risk/rewards simply isn't appropriate. Even at $7, the best case with Snap is picking up $2 on a winning short trade, while risking an unwind up to the $9.25 to $10 area.Compare that to early August, when Snapchat stock tested prior support near $13.50 and failed. That gave us an immediate target of prior support near $10.50 and a windfall below that. Plus, our risk wasn't very high because a key level was just overhead.Enough of the history lesson, where can the stock go now?Over downtrend resistance (blue lines), the notable $10.50 level and all three major moving averages, and Snap stock has strong momentum. After getting a big boost last week on an analyst upgrade, Snap is consolidating the gains nicely. If it can continue consolidating over this $10.50 level, the odds it takes out its recent highs over $11.40 increases.From there, Snapchat stock can make its way up toward $13.25 to $13.75, up almost 25% from current levels. Of course, a move like that wouldn't take place overnight. But there's no reason to fight a trend until the stock breaks away from it. On the flip side, below $10.50 and the backside of prior downtrend resistance near $9.75 is the next line in the sand. Evaluating Snap StockSo why don't we like Snap stock from a fundamental perspective? Last quarter, the company grew revenue more than 36% year-over-year, beating analysts' expectations and hitting a quarterly record. A loss of 4 cents per share came in 4 cents ahead of estimates too. It's clear why Snapchat stock rallied so big off these numbers.The company's strategy is becoming more clear as it invests in improving its content and making the platform more attractive for users. That's great if it works. So far, Snap is only treading water. Daily users of 186 million is flat sequentially and year-over-year. On the plus side, revenue is up big despite that flat user count, but this is not something to hang your hat on.Here's why I don't like Snap as an investment. Despite the record revenue last quarter, the company still burned almost $150 million in cash. While its net loss improved by $158 million vs. the same quarter in the prior year, Snapchat stock still logged a net loss of $192 million. Ouch. Free cash flow over the trailing 12 months stands at an $812 million deficit.It simply can't get out of the red. The Bottom Line on SNAP StockCurrently, Snap has $1.28 billion in cash and short-term investments, down a whopping 37% year-over-year from $2.04 billion. On the plus side, Snap stock doesn't have any debt.But if it can't stem its cash-bleeding ways, it may need to raise capital. Getting to cash flow positive territory would be a much better alternative to taking on debt or selling equity.At this point, the stock is trading much better than the fundamentals would suggest. For now, we don't bet against that. But we'll re-evaluate down the road.Bret Kenwell is the manager and author of Future Blue Chips and is on Twitter @BretKenwell. As of this writing, Bret Kenwell did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 7 Invincible Stocks Leading The Bull Market Higher * 5 Dow Jones Stocks Coming to Life * 7 of the Best High-Yield Funds for 2019 and Beyond Compare Brokers The post It's Time to Admit You Missed the Boat on Snap Stock appeared first on InvestorPlace.

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  • Barrons.com2 days ago

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