GE - General Electric Company

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
13.715
-0.185 (-1.33%)
As of 12:02PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close13.900
Open13.850
Bid13.710 x 39400
Ask13.720 x 41800
Day's Range13.650 - 13.890
52 Week Range12.610 - 27.050
Volume22,392,747
Avg. Volume66,654,330
Market Cap119.119B
Beta0.71
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.843
Earnings DateJul 20, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield0.48 (3.57%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-06-15
1y Target Est17.21
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  • Why Shares of General Electric Fell 22% in the First Half of 2018
    Motley Fool1 hour ago

    Why Shares of General Electric Fell 22% in the First Half of 2018

    For the industrial giant, the hits (to its stock price) just keep on coming.

  • Bloomberg2 hours ago

    GE Shares Win Dubious Honor of Having Highest Volume in Market

    One thing to notice about General Electric Co.’s beleaguered stock: it sure trades a lot. The industrial conglomerate has seen 80 million shares changing hands each day this year, double the level in 2017, data compiled by Bloomberg show. It’s poised to end Bank of America Corp.’s seven-year reign as the most popular company in the S&P 500 by average volume.

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  • The Wall Street Journal4 hours ago

    [$$] GE Still Wrestles With a Big Problem: GE Capital

    GE Capital wasn’t central to the plans unveiled last month to restructure the company around its power and aviation businesses. Then the financial crisis hit, and GE Capital nearly sank the entire company. sold most of the assets late in his career, but some of the less-desired pieces continue to be a drag, including a $15 billion commitment to an insurance business that caught even board members and senior executives by surprise.

  • Microsoft and GE Extend Their Partnership
    Market Realist4 hours ago

    Microsoft and GE Extend Their Partnership

    As a part of Microsoft’s (MSFT) ongoing digital transformation project, Microsoft and General Electric (GE) extended their partnership on July 16 to boost IoT (Internet of Things) features for customers. Microsoft will integrate its cloud features, which include Azure IoT, data, and analytics technology to GE’s Predix portfolio.

  • GE earnings: No more drama, please
    MarketWatch5 hours ago

    GE earnings: No more drama, please

    The best investors can hope for from GE when it reports second-quarter results before Friday’s open is boring--just plain earnings and revenue, and no drama about new charges or its dividend.

  • CNBC5 hours ago

    Tech stock tumble could be ahead after Netflix miss

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  • Manufacturing, ag leaders trade Trump tariff horror stories at Sen. Johnson roundtable
    American City Business Journals18 hours ago

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  • Barrons.com21 hours ago

    Yes, GE, May Be a Buy, Along With Five Other Industrials

    End-market demand has remained pretty healthy for industrial firms, but you wouldn't know it by the performance of the Industrial Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLI), which has fallen nearly 3% year to date, trailing the S&P 500's 4.8% gain.  So what's the problem? Well, tariffs of course are front and center, as plenty of industrials  appear squarely in the crosshairs of a trade war, despite analysts' attempts to soothe investors' nerves.  William Blair's Nicholas Heymann adds his voice to that chorus.

  • General Electric Earnings Preview: Here's What to Watch
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    General Electric Earnings Preview: Here's What to Watch

    The company's earnings probably declined significantly last quarter, but here's how investors can check up on the conglomerate's turnaround progress.

  • General Electric Company's $500 Million Dollar Man
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    General Electric Company's $500 Million Dollar Man

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  • GE and Microsoft Enter into their Largest Partnership to Date, Accelerating Industrial IoT Adoption for Customers
    Business Wireyesterday

    GE and Microsoft Enter into their Largest Partnership to Date, Accelerating Industrial IoT Adoption for Customers

    Expanded partnership will help industrial companies capture greater intelligence from IoT and asset data, boosts GE innovation across its business

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  • As Boeing's 797 Nears, GE `Wrestling' With What to Do on Engines
    Bloombergyesterday

    As Boeing's 797 Nears, GE `Wrestling' With What to Do on Engines

    General Electric Co. said it remains unconvinced that demand for Boeing Co.’s potential midrange aircraft, nicknamed the 797, will be enough to justify developing a new engine for the jet. The U.S. turbine maker needs to do more work on the proposals, especially since Boeing has yet to decide whether to recruit an exclusive engine provider or involve two competing suppliers, GE Aviation chief David Joyce said Monday at the Farnborough air show. “We’re still wrestling with what the size of the market is,” Joyce said in a media briefing.

  • TheStreet.comyesterday

    What Traders Are Watching on Prime Day, Netflix and Defense: Market Recon

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  • With General Electric Gone, Which Dow Component Will Be Kicked Out Next?
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  • Reutersyesterday

    GE Aviation CEO says changes at GE no constraint for his business

    The overhaul at U.S. industrial giant General Electric Co (GE.N) is not a constraint for its aviation arm, "in fact I feel it's the very opposite," the head of GE Aviation said on Monday. Following a year-long strategic review, GE said last month it would spin off its healthcare business and divest its stake in oil-services firm Baker Hughes (BHGE.N), effectively breaking up the 126-year-old conglomerate. "The changes in GE unlock if anything more capability out of GE Aviation.

  • Reutersyesterday

    GE Aviation CEO says changes at GE no constraint for his business

    The overhaul at U.S. industrial giant General Electric Co (GE.N) is not a constraint for its aviation arm, "in fact I feel it's the very opposite," the head of GE Aviation said on Monday. Following a year-long strategic review, GE said last month it would spin off its healthcare business and divest its stake in oil-services firm Baker Hughes (BHGE.N), effectively breaking up the 126-year-old conglomerate. "The changes in GE unlock if anything more capability out of GE Aviation.

  • Middle East’s Biggest Petrochemical Plant Moves a Step Closer to Financing
    Bloombergyesterday

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    Carbon Holdings hopes to finalize financing for its $10.9 billion petrochemical plant by the end of the year, and expects to begin construction of what would be the Middle East’s largest such facility in the third quarter of 2019. The Tahrir Petrochemical Complex, which will be built in the Suez Canal Economic Zone, will be financed by equity and a $5.4 billion debt package, Mohamed Hassan, the company’s managing director for environment and sustainability, said in an interview. Carbon Holdings has been working on the plant’s financing for years, and is planning a dual listing on the Egyptian bourse and the London exchange in 2019.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Post-Mugabe Zimbabwe set to frustrate eager investors

    A European investor's phone rings in a Harare restaurant and it's good news: an $80 million construction deal has been agreed with the Zimbabwean government. All that's needed now is a central bank guarantee letter. President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who took power when Robert Mugabe was removed in a de facto coup last November, has been trying to woo investors ahead of an election on July 30, a contest in which he is the narrow favourite.

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    CFM confident of meeting LEAP engine target this year

    Aircraft engine maker CFM is confident it will meet a target to deliver 1,100 LEAP engines this year, despite still being a few weeks behind schedule, executives said on Saturday. CFM, a joint venture between General Electric (GE.N) and Safran (SAF.PA), had said in May it was 4-6 weeks behind schedule. On Saturday, CFM officials said the delay had peaked at about 7 weeks but had since eased to 4-5 weeks.

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