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GE

General Electric Company New York Stock Exchange
$11.47
Open: $11.19 High: $12.23 Low: $10.77 Close: $11.465
Range: 2021-01-25 - 2021-01-26
Volume: 244,247,182
Market: Open
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GE
General Electric Company 41 Farnsworth Street Boston MA, 2210 http://www.ge.com
General Electric Co is a digital industrial company. It operates in various segments, including power and water, oil and gas, energy management, aviation, healthcare, transportation, appliances and lighting, and more.
  • CEO: H. Lawrence Culp
  • Employees: 313,000
  • Sector: Industrials
  • Industry: Industrial Products
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  • Earnings Drive Stock Market Volatility as GE Climbs; Twitter Acquires Revue

    Big moves for many individual stocks continued to show the impact of short-term trading on the market.

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  • Dow Slips With Biden Open To This Stimulus Compromise; Microsoft, GE Hits Buy Zone

    The Dow Jones rallied early as it emerged that President Joe Biden could be open to slicing his coronavirus stimulus package. Microsoft stock and GE stock flashed buy signals.

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  • US STOCKS-Wall St ticks higher on upbeat corporate earnings

    U.S. stocks rose in choppy trading on Tuesday, with the S&P 500 scaling a new peak after a batch of upbeat earnings updates including Johnson & Johnson's strong profit forecast and 3M's quarterly profit beat. 3M Co climbed 3.1% as it benefited from lower costs and demand for disposable respirator masks, hand sanitizers and safety glasses amid a surge in coronavirus infections. "The earnings season has been very positive," said Albert Brenner, director of investment and economic research at People's United Advisors in West Hartford, Connecticut.

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  • What Investors Should Know About General Electric's 4th-Quarter Results

    Aviation segment recorded a 35% sales decline

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  • GE stock soars as big beat in free cash flow and strong outlook overshadows profit miss

    Shares of General Electric Co. powered up to an 11-month high Tuesday before paring some gains, as investors cheered a big beat in fourth-quarter free cash flow, while shrugging off a third profit miss in the past four quarters.

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  • Why Shares of General Electric Are Soaring Today

    Coming into General Electric's (NYSE: GE) fourth-quarter earnings report, investors were focused on free cash flow. General Electric reported fourth-quarter adjusted earnings of $0.08 per share on revenue of $21.9 billion, falling a penny short of expectations on earnings but producing slightly better-than-expected revenue. GE generated $4.4 billion in free cash flow from its industrials businesses in the quarter, nearly $2 billion more than what the company had forecast.

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  • General Electric (GE) Jumps Higher Despite Mixed Quarter

    Investors are scooping up shares of fallen industrial giant General Electric (GE) despite a lower-than-expected Q4 profit.

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  • US STOCKS-S&P 500 scales new high on upbeat corporate earnings

    U.S. stocks rose on Tuesday with the S&P 500 hitting another record high as positive earnings updates from a slew of companies including Dow components 3M and Johnson & Johnson supported sentiment. Johnson & Johnson rose 3.6% after the drugmaker forecast 2021 profit above estimates and promised data from its widely watched coronavirus vaccine trial soon. "So far earnings have been really strong and the market is looking forward to some of the big tech names starting to report earnings today," said Ross Mayfield, investment strategy analyst at Baird, in Milwaukee.

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  • Raytheon Stock Rallies As Earnings Beat But Guidance Mixed

    Raytheon beat fourth-quarter estimates Tuesday but gave mixed 2021 guidance amid expectations for a choppy recovery in aviation.

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  • General Electric Misses Q4 Earnings Forecast, But Sees Solid 2021 Industrial Cash Flows; Shares Surge

    GE said industrial cash flows for the 2021 year should rise to between $2.5 billion and $4.5 billion, delivering on a key commitment from CEO Larry Culp.

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  • GE Stock Jumps As General Electric Earnings Meet, Free Cash Flow Soars

    GE stock jumped Tuesday, flashing a buy signal after GE earnings met Q4 views while industrial free cash flow came in much better than expected.

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  • GE Soars as Cash Outlook Shows Turnaround Regaining Traction

    (Bloomberg) -- General Electric Co. surged after predicting that cash from its industrial operations would jump this year, signaling renewed progress in Chief Executive Officer Larry Culp’s effort to revive the industrial giant.Industrial free cash flow will be $2.5 billion to $4.5 billion this year, GE said in an earnings statement Tuesday. Analysts had been expecting $2.57 billion for the closely watched metric, which investors view as a gauge of the strength of the company’s manufacturing divisions.The outlook provides a new boost for Culp’s push to extend the repair job he began before the pandemic, when GE was attempting to emerge from an epic corporate collapse. The company generated $4.4 billion in industrial free cash flow in the fourth quarter, smashing expectations for $2.8 billion after a year in which the company’s marquee jet-engine business was hammered by an unprecedented collapse in air travel.“Momentum is broadening and deepening across the company,” Culp said in an interview.The shares rose 7.5% to $11.81 at 9:46 a.m. in New York after surging as much as 11% to the highest intraday level since February of last year. GE fell 6.1% during the 12 months ending Monday, compared with the 5.5% advance of a Standard & Poor’s index of U.S. industrial companies.Aviation UncertaintyGE also resumed providing financial guidance, forecasting adjusted earnings of 15 cents to 25 cents a share this year.In the fourth quarter, orders jumped 26% at GE’s gas power-equipment business and by 34% at the renewable energy units. The latter was spurred by deals to supply GE’s mammoth offshore wind turbines to several projects planned on the U.S. East Coast.The aviation division suffered the deepest sales decline among GE’s industrial businesses, with a 35% revenue drop. GE said its outlook for this year “is dependent on the commercial aviation market recovery accelerating in the second half of 2021 as well as the timing of aircraft deliveries.”With airline passenger loads still lingering far below 2019 levels, that leaves the Boston-based company dependent on the continued expansion of vaccines.“Lingering liquidity concerns have now likely been put to rest considering the company’s generation of $4.4 billion” in free cash flow in the fourth quarter, John Inch, an analyst at Gordon Haskett, said in a note to clients. “Much of the GE story now continues to rest on aviation, including prospective recovery due to the vaccine roll-outs.”For more on GE’s earnings, click here for our TOPLive blog.(Updates with shares in fifth paragraph)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.

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  • Dow Jones Today, Stocks Tick Higher As Earnings Lift J&J, 3M, GE; And Elon Musk Loves Etsy

    Etsy and 360 Digitech staked early leads, J&J propped the Dow Jones today, as stocks edged up in a tentative open on Tuesday.

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  • General Electric (GE) Q4 Earnings Meet Estimates, Sales Beat

    General Electric's (GE) fourth-quarter 2020 earnings match estimates, but decline year over year due to weak revenues performance, offset by lower costs and expenses.

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  • GE CEO slow to show results after inheriting a ‘train wreck of a company’: analyst

    Yahoo Finance’s Brian Sozzi, Myles Udland, and Julie Hyman break down General Electric’s latest earnings report with John Eade, Argus Research Senior Analyst. 

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  • Wall St ticks higher on upbeat corporate earnings

    U.S. stocks rose in choppy trading on Tuesday, with the S&P 500 scaling a new peak after a batch of upbeat earnings updates including Johnson & Johnson's strong profit forecast and 3M's quarterly profit beat. 3M Co climbed 3.1% as it benefited from lower costs and demand for disposable respirator masks, hand sanitizers and safety glasses amid a surge in coronavirus infections. "The earnings season has been very positive," said Albert Brenner, director of investment and economic research at People's United Advisors in West Hartford, Connecticut.

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  • US STOCKS-S&P 500, Dow to open higher on upbeat corporate earnings; Fed meeting in focus

    The S&P 500 and the Dow were set to open slightly higher on Tuesday, helped by positive earnings updates from a slew of companies including General Electric and Johnson & Johnson, while the Federal Reserve kicked off its two-day policy meeting. General Electric Co jumped about 7% premarket after the industrial conglomerate offered an upbeat outlook for its business this year and reported a surge in quarterly free cash flow.

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  • General Electric, Johnson & Johnson - Tuesday's Premarket Movers

    Stocks moving in premarket trading on Tuesday include General Electric, Johnson & Johnson, Eli Lilly and BlackBerry.

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  • General Electric (GE) Q4 Earnings Meet Estimates

    GE (GE) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 0.00% and 3.07%, respectively, for the quarter ended December 2020. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?

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  • GE Earnings: What Happened With GE

    GE reported Q4 earnings before market open on January 26. Adjusted EPS missed while revenue met expectations.

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