18.14 -0.07 (-0.38%)
After hours: 4:23PM EST
|Bid||18.15 x 1900|
|Ask||18.18 x 600|
|Day's range||17.96 - 18.51|
|52-week range||17.25 - 31.45|
|PE ratio (TTM)||22.48|
|Earnings date||24 Jan 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.48 (2.52%)|
|1y target est||21.92|
Wall Street paused its rally on Tuesday, weighed down by weakness in General Electric shares and as lower oil prices dragged down the energy sector. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 10.33 points, ...
General Electric is leaning toward a breakup, with a decision expected as soon as this spring, sources told CNBC Tuesday.
General Electric Co.’s disclosure of a larger-than-expected $6.2 billion charge related to an old portfolio of long-term care insurance triggered the biggest drop in its shares in more than two months. ...
Wall Street's major stock indexes pared gains in late afternoon trading on Tuesday as lower oil prices weighed on the energy sector. The energy sector fell 1.0 percent as Brent crude oil shed some of its ...
General Electric Co. is signaling it may undergo a more comprehensive transformation, a decade after breaking off substantial pieces of the multinational conglomerate in bid to a return it to its industrial ...
General Electric is considering breaking itself apart, its chief executive said, after disclosing more problems buried in one of its major units.
Chief Executive John L. Flannery is ‘deeply disappointed at the magnitude of the charge’ in the company’s legacy reinsurance portfolio.
Chief Executive John Flannery has previously raised the idea of selling pieces of the largest U.S. industrial company, as he slashes thousands of jobs and moves to cut $3.5 billion in costs to counter a plunge in profits and cash flow. The problem was flagged in July when GE said "adverse claims" were appearing in part of its long-term care portfolio and it was assessing how much policy-holders would likely pay.
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Jan.16 -- Jeff Sprague, managing partner at Vertical Research Partners, discusses a potential breakup of General Electric on "Bloomberg Markets."