|Bid||158.49 x 100|
|Ask||158.50 x 200|
|Day's Range||157.45 - 158.95|
|52 Week Range||116.98 - 159.85|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||24.04|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.98 (1.87%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
General Electric Company (NYSE:GE) has had its fair share of bad headlines in 2017 and it seems that the trend is continuing in 2018. This morning we’re seeing selling pressure on the headline that the dividend that it receives from GE Capital will be cut. The fact that GE stock endured a slew of negative headlines in 2017 actually serves as a benefit now.
Shares of General Electric Company (NYSE:GE) had a horrendous 2017. All said, General Electric stock fell 45% last year. It’s got many investors thinking that they missed the bottom in General Electric stock.
Whirlpool (WHR) has announced the plans to connect its smart appliances with Apple Watch and Honeywell's thermostats to remotely control appliances.
General Electric (NYSE:GE) has the distinction of being the worst performing Dow Jones Stock of 2017. It also has the honored distinction of being the worst performing Dow Jones stock of the last ten years. In fact, if it wasn’t for dividends, GE stock’s return would have been negative.
Whirlpool Corp. said Monday it will activate Apple Watch functionality for its home appliances in early 2018. Consumers will be able to remotely communicate with ovens, washers and dryers via Apple Inc.'s ...
Phoenix-based SmartPractice, which makes a business of helping medical practitioners run their offices more profitably, got 2018 off to a good start with the No. 1 ranking in the Phoenix Business Journal’s Defense Contractors list, which was published today. The list was ranked by number of transactions with the Department of Defense during the federal government’s 2017 fiscal year, which began October 1, 2016 and concluded on September 30, 2017. SmartPractice, which was also No. 1 on the list last year, had 8,506 transactions for a total of $5.12 million in Department of Defense contracts.
It's been a banner stretch for the “industrial” stocks within the Dow Jones Industrial Average. But the Dow's years-long rally would be more robust if the average still included Honeywell International ...
After all, General Electric (GE) was the worst performer in the Dow Jones Industrial Average, while Boeing (BA) was the best performer by a long shot. The need to be selective carries over into 2018: RBC Capital Markets' Deane Dray, Matthew McConnell, and their teams take a look at the space on Wednesday, downgrading Honeywell (HON) and upgrading United Technologies (UTX). From the note: The 12% discount to peers (on arguably depressed UTX earnings) undervalues its large and growing installed base and predictable high-margin aftermarket sales...We view UTC as a high quality supplier of critical components in both industrial and aero markets with large installed bases of products with a high cost of failure, driving recurring and predictable high-margin aftermarket sales.
Santa Claus has gone high-tech as Phoenix-based Honeywell Aerospace unveils a new connected sleigh to ensure the jolly St. Nick has a safe ride this holiday season. Designed by Honeywell engineer Jiri Syrovy, the sleigh was developed to help Santa deliver presents on time, or coal to kids on the naughty list. The newfangled sleigh is designed to help Mr. Claus deliver his gifts to houses around the world, with Wi-Fi help even while flying over the oceans.
I am going to run you through how I calculated the intrinsic value of Honeywell International Inc (NYSE:HON) using the discounted cash flow (DCF) method. If you want to learnRead More...
To say that General Electric Company (NYSE:GE) is now one of the “Dogs of the Dow” would be an understatement. Shares of GE stock are down a staggering 44% this year. Because of that big drop, many value investors have begun to circle GE stock.
This year has seen the revival of industrial stocks, such as with Boeing Co (NYSE:BA), Honeywell International Inc. (NYSE:HON) and 3M Co (NYSE:MMM). Consider that GE stock is off 45% to $17.50. As for the new CEO, John Flannery, he has embarked on yet another restructuring of the company.
Jerry Zeitler says a sweeping Republican tax overhaul will encourage him to take a bigger bite next year out of his $3 million wish list of new equipment for the metal-stamping operation he runs outside Cleveland. Die-Matic Corp, which mostly serves the auto industry and has sales of more than $30 million, may spend $600,000, the president of the family-run company said, up from about $450,000 this year. Thrift and caution among small businesses, and pressure from investors for big businesses to return any windfalls from a U.S. tax code rewrite directly to shareholders, pose a challenge to President Donald Trump and Republican congressional leaders.
The industrial giant still has cash flow issues, although leadership is taking command behind new CEO John Flannery. All the while, the GE stock price continues to flounder. What Do We Make of GE Stock?
Lamar Villere, Villere and Company, and Mark Luschini, Janney Montgomery Scott, debate whether small caps or large caps will benefit from tax reform.