General Electric (GE)
$6.40 0.07 (1.11%)
19:59 EDT GE Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $6.40
Market Cap 55.59B
PE Ratio -9.85
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 83.06M
Day's Range 6.25 - 6.46
52-Week Range 5.48 - 13.26
Dividend & Yield 0.48 (7.50%)
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General Electric needs to leverage its other business divisions beyond aviation in order to ensure that GE stock remains relevant.
GE stock was already a challenging recovery story before the pandemic. But with the coronavirus decimating air travel, this narrative became all the more difficult.
A recent bump up in GE stock due to positive news from Boeing clarifies the best tactic for this beleaguered investment ... sell while you can!
Air travel is accelerating and could easily accelerate much further in coming months, lifting GE stock in the process.
Last week's cash flow warning didn’t sound great and did see investors selling shares. However, GE’s turnaround could be just be getting started
GE stock hasn't gotten off the mat, even as industrial peers have rallied. This week shows why investors are skeptical — and how GE isn't what it was.
General Electric may not make for a great investment, but GE stock it has some upside and a well-established bottom.
General Electric (GE) news for Wednesday concerning the sale of the company's lighting business has GE stock taking off.
GE stock come back story of 2020 will have to wait. But if management continues on its 2019 track it should make the turn eventually.
The airline industry is in shambles, so pick something besides GE stock to invest in. Here's what you should know about General Electric now.
General Electric CEO Larry Culp seemed to have things turned around. Then, the pandemic made the aviation unit a disaster area, taking GE stock with it.
Covid-19 could mark the beginning of the end for GE stock, which is trading at historic lows and shows no signs of mounting a comeback.
General Electric's massive debt burden will weigh on the stock. There may be a limited upside in GE stock given its sagging cash flow and rising debt.
By Joel Baglole
General Electric has been through the ringer these last few years and remains risky. Despite that, GE stock looks quite attractive right now.
General Electric reports Q1 2020 results on April 29. With Baker Hughes (NYSE:BKR) announcing it will book a $15 billion impairment in the first quarter against its Oilfield Services and Oilfield Equipment operating units due to uncertainty surrounding the demand for oil during the pandemic.
By Thomas Niel
The company's many challenges remain. But, as shares bottom out between $6-7 per share, consider GE stock a cautious buy.
General Electric (GE) is in the news Wednesday as massive trading drops its stock to below a price not seen since December 1991.
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