23.30 -0.06 (-0.26%)
After hours: 6:05PM EDT
|Bid||23.28 x 1000|
|Ask||23.31 x 700|
|Day's range||22.93 - 23.48|
|52-week range||22.83 - 32.38|
|PE ratio (TTM)||28.45|
|Dividend & yield||0.96 (3.91%)|
|1y target est||N/A|
By Peter Kenny, chief market strategist for Global Markets Advisory Group and owner of KennysCommentary.com Themes: Austrian vote nudges Europe’s balance to right as populists gain – Bloomberg Philadelphia Semiconductor Index notched its 7th consecutive record close on Friday Initial weekly jobless claims fall to a 42-year low least week; 4-wk. M.A. stands at 257.5k CPI remains stubbornly well contained at Y/Y 2.2% IMF Annual Meeting of Governors met in Washington, D.C. ...
Earnings season will be the big story this week with headliners like Goldman Sachs, GE, Netflix, and Verizon all reporting results.
Top-line growth matters for any company, and it matters a lot for General Electric (GE). The mean 3Q17 revenue forecast from analysts polled by Thomson Reuter is $32.5 billion for the company.
Investors may not care so much if GE can beat earnings expectations, since it usually does. The real question is whether new CEO John Flannery’s first quarterly report can finally get the stock to rally....
Normally, a new CEO is expected to make certain changes to the top brass to create a new upper management team. John Flannery swung into action and made some leadership changes at General Electric (GE)....
United States industrial behemoth General Electric (GE) is slated to release its 3Q17 earnings on October 20. Here's what you need to know.
General Electric Co. said Monday that Chief Executive of GE Latin America Rafael Santana will become Chief Executive of GE Transportation, effective Nov. 1. Santana, who has been with GE for over 17 years, ...
Last quarter, General Electric Co. reported earnings of 28 cents a share. Also 13 cents a share, 19 cents a share and 15 cents a share -- all at the same time.
Investor expectations for General Electric are low. GE should consider lowering them further as an ugly year gets worse.
Boeing and General Electric's Iranian operations are facing new uncertainties following President Trump's vow to withdraw support for the Iran deal