|Bid||0.00 x 30600|
|Ask||0.00 x 30000|
|Day's range||100.20 - 100.60|
|52-week range||89.40 - 112.00|
|PE ratio (TTM)||15.26|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.64 (2.39%)|
|1y target est||N/A|
Out of the 17 analysts covering General Electric (GE), five analysts (29.4%) have a “strong buy” opinion on the stock. Four analysts (23.5%) say “buy.”
United Technologies Corp. has hired Judy Marks, chief executive of Siemens AG’s U.S. unit, to lead its Otis elevator and escalator manufacturing business.
Over the past few years, consolidation has become an important trend in nearly every major global industry. To celebrate this, we've compiled our list of the most important M&As of 2017!
First, Rockwell Collins (COL) bought B/E Aerospace, and now it is being acquired by United Technologies (UTX). Vertical Research Partners' Rob Stallard has a few thoughts on that. Stallard writes that there are plenty of reasons driving the increase in M&A in the sector, but he focuses on structural changes in the OEM/supplier relationship, and in the aftermarket. Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) have the ability to pressure suppliers on price, a trend that Stallard writes has gotten worse in the last few years.
U.S. stocks sank on Tuesday, with the S&P 500 stumbling to its biggest single-day loss in about three weeks, as investors weighed fresh tensions with North Korea. North Korea on Sunday conducted its sixth nuclear test, which it said was of an advanced hydrogen bomb for a long-range missile, marking a dramatic escalation of the regime's stand-off with the United States and its allies. "North Korea seems to be what gets the biggest reaction, at least over the last month or two," said Aaron Jett, vice president for global equity research at Bel Air Investment Advisors in Los Angeles.
Boeing said it is "skeptical" whether the deal between two major suppliers to the aerospace industry "would be in the best interest of -- or add value to -- our customers and industry"...
Wall Street's three main indexes sank on Tuesday, with the S&P 500 on track for its biggest down day in about three weeks, as investors weighed fresh tensions involving North Korea. North Korea on Sunday conducted its sixth nuclear test, which it said was of an advanced hydrogen bomb for a long-range missile, marking a dramatic escalation of the regime's stand-off with the United States and its allies. With U.S. markets closed on Monday for the Labor Day holiday, Tuesday marked the first regular trading since the geopolitical developments.
U.S. stock index futures were modestly lower on Monday, paring losses from Sunday after North Korea said it conducted a hydrogen bomb test. North Korea on Sunday conducted its sixth and most powerful nuclear test, which it said was of an advanced hydrogen bomb for a long-range missile, marking a dramatic escalation of the regime's stand-off with the United States and its allies. On Monday, the United States accused North Korea's trading partners of aiding its nuclear ambitions and said Pyongyang was "begging for war" after the North's powerful nuclear test on Sunday and signs that further missile launches were on the way.
Carrier's plant in Indianapolis, the poster child for President Trump's pledge to save US jobs, is planning to lay off 600 workers next month.
United Technologies CEO Greg Hayes told CNBC Monday that President Donald Trump stands out from his predecessors because he listens to the company.
BENGALURU, India--(BUSINESSWIRE)-- L&T Technology Services Limited (NSE: LTTS), a leading global pure-play engineering R&D services company, and UTC Climate, Controls & Security and Otis, units of United ...
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump took aim at another major defense contractor on Monday, saying the cost of Lockheed Martin's F-35 fighter jet program was too high. The aerospace giant's shares dropped ...
President-elect Donald Trump visits the Carrier air conditioning and heating company in Indianapolis, Indiana on December 1, 2016