GE - General Electric Company

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
7.10
+0.00 (+0.04%)
As of 2:12PM EST. Market open.
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Previous Close7.10
Open7.09
Bid7.1100 x 900
Ask7.1200 x 28000
Day's Range7.01 - 7.23
52 Week Range6.66 - 19.39
Volume77,886,618
Avg. Volume129,000,840
Market Cap61.784B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.54
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-3.6480
Earnings DateJan 22, 2019 - Jan 28, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield0.04 (0.56%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-12-19
1y Target Est12.35
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • The Wall Street Journal6 hours ago

    [$$] Readers React to WSJ's Article on GE's Decline

    “Jack Welch retired with a far-too-generous severance package, which set the stage for the coronation of Jeff Immelt. Larry Marion of Newton, Mass., wrote: “Neutron Jack Welch opining that his strategy of only being one, two or three in any of its markets was a smart idea but led to abuse and failure. Others blamed the company’s board of directors.

  • Barrons.com6 hours ago

    Goldman Sachs Falls, ABB Rises as the Dow Continues to Slide

    Futures on all three major U.S. stock indexes were lower Monday morning, moving deeper into correction territory following losses on Friday.

  • Don't Let an Ego-Driven Portfolio Crash Your Retirement
    Kiplinger6 hours ago

    Don't Let an Ego-Driven Portfolio Crash Your Retirement

    Congratulations, you managed to put together a brag-worthy investment portfolio, but making the adjustments necessary to keep it there takes a lot of work. Over the years, it's not uncommon for even the best investors to lose touch, and by the time they ask for help, it can almost be too late.

  • Zacks8 hours ago

    Is General Electric (GE) Doomed to Have a Terrible 2019 Too?

    General Electric's (GE) ailing Power segment, exposure to the finance sector and high debts create headwinds. Restructuring efforts might improve prospects but the timing of the impact is uncertain.

  • GE’s Power Business Is ‘Ground Zero’ as Market Awaits Rebuild
    Bloomberg9 hours ago

    GE’s Power Business Is ‘Ground Zero’ as Market Awaits Rebuild

    The challenges are many and over the next few months, new Chief Executive Larry Culp will have to revamp GE’s power business, sort out liquidity problems arising from cash flow shortages and soaring financial liabilities, and resolve regulatory investigations. “Their biggest business that is under fire is the power business,” RBC Capital Markets analyst Deane Dray said in a phone interview. The company’s power business has been plagued by slack demand for gas turbines, technical glitches and shrinking market share.

  • The Wall Street Journal18 hours ago

    [$$] GE to Explore Replacing KPMG as Auditor

    General Electric Co. is moving ahead with a plan to solicit bids for an independent auditor after the industrial conglomerate revealed a series of accounting issues earlier this year. Although GE is keeping KPMG LLP as its auditor for 2019, the process could mean the accounting firm could lose a relationship it has held for more than a century. GE said Friday the auditing firm’s selection will be based on progress on efforts to reorganize the company.

  • Benzingayesterday

    Bulls & Bears Of The Week: Apple, AT&T, Exxon, Starbucks And More

    Benzinga has featured looks at many investor favorite stocks over the past week. Bullish calls included a leading telecom and the FANG stocks. Bearish calls included a rival telecom giant and an oil supermajor. ...

  • General Electric May Be Forced to Bet on Renewable Energy
    Motley Foolyesterday

    General Electric May Be Forced to Bet on Renewable Energy

    With many legacy businesses crumbling, GE may see a rare bright spot in renewable energy.

  • Market Exclusiveyesterday

    Market Weekend: Stocks Falter, Starbucks Teams Up with Alibaba, Greenspan Downer, Brussels Crushes May

    Equities Down on Chinese Data After Failed Rally Yesterday Stocks tried to rally yesterday as the Dow Jones (NYSEARCA:DIA) rallied by as much as 170 points but the rally fizzled by the end of the day with the Dow the only one of the 3 major indexes to finish positive on the day, closing 70 […] The post Market Weekend: Stocks Falter, Starbucks Teams Up with Alibaba, Greenspan Downer, Brussels Crushes May appeared first on Market Exclusive.

  • Better Buy: General Electric vs. Verizon
    Motley Fool2 days ago

    Better Buy: General Electric vs. Verizon

    If you are looking for an iconic name to add to your portfolio, would General Electric or Verizon be a better fit?

  • Weekend roundup: How to get your company lumped in with Sears | One good day for GE | How colleges help banks gouge students
    MarketWatch2 days ago

    Weekend roundup: How to get your company lumped in with Sears | One good day for GE | How colleges help banks gouge students

    Cynical investors are used to verbal sleight of hand from corporate executives. After Kroger (KR) CEO Rodney McMullen talked up the food retailer’s digital sales efforts, an analyst couldn’t help but be reminded of similar talk years ago from Sears (SHLDQ) CEO Eddie Lampert. Shares of General Electric (GE) surged 7% on Dec. 13 — its biggest one-day gain in three years — after a JPMorgan analyst said the stock had fallen far enough.

  • The debt threat: Business debt, and worries about it, are up
    Associated Press3 days ago

    The debt threat: Business debt, and worries about it, are up

    NEW YORK (AP) — Homeowners appear to have learned the lesson of the Great Recession about not taking on too much debt. There is some concern that Corporate America didn't get the message.

  • GE’s Rehabilitation Starts With Steps Like This
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    GE’s Rehabilitation Starts With Steps Like This

    New CEO Larry Culp just took another important one. GE announced on Friday that it would invite bids for the job of the company’s independent audit firm, a move that may ultimately see its nearly 110-year relationship with KPMG severed. Only 65 percent of votes at last year’s annual meeting were cast in support of continuing to enlist KPMG’s services, down from about 95 percent the previous year.

  • Benzinga3 days ago

    Taking A Trade Break: Weak Overseas Data Center Stage Despite Solid Retail Sales

    Instead, weak overseas data helped set the negative tone early Friday, with U.S. markets again coming under pressure in pre-market trading after numbers from China and Europe overnight looked less than ideal. A decent U.S. retail sales data number didn’t initially appear to be enough to offset the sluggishness abroad. China’s retail sales data growth came in below expectations and was the weakest in five years, while industrial output there grew the slowest in three years, possibly a sign of the trade war coming home to roost.

  • The Wall Street Journal3 days ago

    [$$] Pet Retailer Finds New PE Owner; Regent Picks Up La Senza Lingerie

    Good day. Sentinel Capital Partners is buying Pet Supplies Plus LLC from Irving Place Capital in a deal that values the retailer at roughly $400 million. Also, Victoria’s Secret parent L Brands Inc. is selling lingerie business La Senza to private-equity firm Regent.

  • GE says it may replace KPMG as auditor
    American City Business Journals3 days ago

    GE says it may replace KPMG as auditor

    The audit committee of GE’s board of directors will solicit bids for a new independent auditor, though KPMG will keep the job through at least 2019.

  • GE's digital future looking murkier with move to spin off Industrial IoT biz
    TechCrunch3 days ago

    GE's digital future looking murkier with move to spin off Industrial IoT biz

    When I visited the GE Global Research Center in Niskayuna, New York in April 2017, I thought I saw a company that was working hard to avoid disruption, but perhaps the leafy campus, the labs and experimental projects hid much larger problems inside the company. Yesterday GE announced that it was spinning out its Industrial IoT business and selling most of its stake in ServiceMax, the company it bought in 2016 for $915 million. For one thing, Jeff Immelt, the CEO who was leading that modernization charge, stepped down 6 months after my visit and was replaced by John Flannery, who was himself replaced just a year into his tenure by C. Lawrence Culp, Jr. It didn't seem to matter who was in charge, nobody could stop the bleeding stock price, which has fallen this year from a high of $18.76 in January to $7.20 this morning before the markets opened (and had already lost another .15 a share as we went to publication).

  • InvestorPlace3 days ago

    3 Big Stock Charts for Friday: Duke Realty, Mattel and Delta Air Lines

    The S&P 500’s close of 2650.54 was 0.02% below Wednesday’s closing price. Thursday’s marketwide action may have ended a bit differently, for the better, had it not been for Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ:AMD).

  • The Wall Street Journal3 days ago

    [$$] GE Powered the American Century---Then It Burned Out

    Jeff Bornstein, the shark-fishing, nicotine-gum-chomping, weightlifting CFO, was crying. A Maine native, Bornstein had come to GE after college, eventually serving as finance chief of the lending arm, GE Capital, where he helped stave off the worst damage of the financial crisis.

  • Zacks3 days ago

    GE to Roll Out New IIoT Entity, Sell ServiceMax's Stake

    General Electric (GE) to rejuvenate its Digital business with the launch of an Industrial Internet of Things company and sale of majority ServiceMax stake to Silver Lake.