10.23 +0.01 (0.10%)
After hours: 7:50PM EDT
|Bid||10.21 x 1800|
|Ask||10.22 x 47300|
|Day's range||10.10 - 10.28|
|52-week range||6.40 - 13.88|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||0.90|
|PE ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings date||31 Jul 2019|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.04 (0.38%)|
|1y target est||12.76|
Markets are expecting the Federal Reserve to cut rates this year after gradual increases since 2015. While broader markets rose after the Fed took a dovish approach in last week’s meeting, does the central bank have the pill to address a slowdown?
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General Electric turned in a strong showing at the Paris air show, but it wasn’t enough to change bears’ minds. Analyst Stephen Tusa went so far as to call the large order figures GE racked up a “smoke screen.”
General Electric Company (GE) is looking like an interesting pick from a technical perspective, as the company is seeing favorable trends on the moving average crossover front.
The deal could turn Pratt & Whitney's geared turbofan aircraft engines into more robust challengers to GE's market-leading engines.
BOSTON, June 21, 2019 -- The Board of Directors of GE (NYSE: GE) today declared a $0.01 per share dividend on the outstanding common stock of the Company. The dividend is.
General Electric (GE) stock has made a remarkable run in 2019. So far, the stock has risen 46%. General Electric has beaten all of the major US indexes and its industrial peers.
General Electric (GE) emerged as the winner at the 53rd International Paris Air Show. The company's aviation business unit secured record multibillion-dollar deals.
On June 20, GE Aviation published a press release stating that the company and CFM International had bagged $55 billion worth of new orders at the Paris Air Show—and with three more days to go before the closure of the show, there could be further additions to its orderbook.
At the Paris Air Show this week, all eyes in the aviation industry are watching how recent turmoil will impact order performance. The past few years have been stellar for the industry, but may be about to change.
President Trump’s tweet about the upcoming meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping helped boost market sentiments yesterday. Qualcomm (QCOM), Intel (INTC), and Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) rose 4.1%, 2.7%, and 4.3%, respectively.
Wall Street opinions on GE stock are quite polarized, so it isn’t surprising that opinions about the value of GE Aviation are wide-ranging, too.
On June 18, GE Aviation's (GE) CEO, David Joyce, said that the company is looking to get $35 billion in new business at the Paris Air Show. He's optimistic about crossing that number by a significant margin.
Some U.S. insurers are turning to Wall Street's financial wizards for relief from the liabilities of their long-term care (LTC) policies, posing a challenge for regulators worried about how new industry players will tackle the risks involved. Many have become financially toxic for insurers, because of soaring healthcare costs and rising lifespans. A few investment firms are willing to take on these LTC contracts, betting they can invest the premiums from the policies to generate strong enough returns to cover the payouts, and even turn a tidy profit.
The Fed's two-day meeting is scheduled to start on June 19. The Fed will release a statement and announce its interest rate decision on the same day. Expert Jim Grant weighs in on the possibility of an interest rate cut.