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General Electric (GE -2.4%) agrees to sell certain information technology assets in its health care business to P-E firm Veritas Capital for $1.05B. The sale of the revenue cycle, ambulatory care and workforce management software units will enable GE "to further revitalize our product portfolio and ... technology
Shares of General Electric Co (GE) ended the trading day Monday at $13.12, representing a move of -2.67%, or $0.36 per share, on volume of 71.54 million shares. General Electric Co is a digital industrial company. It operates in various segments, including power and water, oil and gas, ...

General Electric has spun out part of its health care business, selling the Value-Based Care Division for $1.05 billion to private equity firm Veritas Capital. The Boston-based company announced the plan Monday afternoon, bringing GE's (NYSE: GE) Enterprise Financial Management, Ambulatory ...
The debate about what Jack Welch and Jeff Immelt did to General Electric (NYSE:GE) was bound to pick up. And so it has, as noted business pundit Joe Nocera writes in Bloomberg View "Don't Blame Jeff Immelt for GE's Stock Woes." Mr. Nocera's interesting conclusion: what supporters of Jack ...
For all intents and purposes, the dividend "story" with General Electric (GE) is over. Not only did GE cut its dividend during the depths of the Great Recession a number of years ago, perhaps a forgivable event, but the latest slashing of the payout November 2017 is just hard to accept. We don't think GE ...
One trader after another passed it on, irrespective of whether there's any truth to it: Warren Buffett, they said they had been told, was apparently interested in buying a stake in General Electric Co. Hours later, there's still zero indication that the speculation is anything beyond just that, but the market ...

Shares of General Electric dropped below $13 in Monday trading. The company's stock fell as far as $12.86, the lowest level since July 2009. Pressure on GE has not let up this year, with the stock sliding more than 25 percent after a dismal 2017 saw company shares slide 42 percent. In the midst of a ...
March 26, 2018: Here are four stocks trading with heavy volume among 201 equities making new 52-week lows in Monday's session. On the NYSE advancers led decliners by about 4 to 1 and on the Nasdaq, advancers led decliners by about 7 to 3. General Electric Co. (NYSE: GE) traded down about 1.8% ...
GE is the worst performer on the Dow Jones Industrial Average this year, a position it occupied last year as well. Richard Drew. by. General Electric jumped the most in two years amid speculation that Warren Buffett will buy a stake in the beleaguered manufacturer. The sudden increase is because of ...
Despite a quiet news day for General Electric, shares popped higher than 6% during early morning trading after Monday brought investors new lows. ... Shares of General Electric (NYSE:GE), an industrial juggernaut operating in seven separate businesses as well as its GE Capital division, are climbing ...
U.S. stock futures are pointed sharply higher this morning. The major market indices are on track to extend yesterday's rebound, which saw the Dow Jones Industrial Average gain 669 points. stock market today Easing fears of a trade war are helping to drive stocks higher. Yesterday, Treasury Secretary ...
NEW YORK — General Electric's shares continued to decline on Monday, even as the broader market rallied. The stock fell as much as 2.1 percent, extending last week's 8.7 percent slump, to its lowest in almost nine years, before closing down 1.38 percent at $12.89. The 126-year-old conglomerate stood ...
Over the past ten years or so, we saw General Electric struggle to get rid of the financial divisions. General Electric was an industrial company, we were told, and not a financial conglomerate. General Electric needed to dump its financial divisions so that it could focus solely on its industrial business.
In the absence of positive news, the company's stock fell as far as $12.86, the lowest level since July 2009. Pressure on GE has not let up this year, with the stock sliding more than 25 percent. A dismal 2017 saw company shares slide 42 percent. GE lagged far behind the rest of the Dow Jones ...
Being one of oldest industrial companies in the world, General Electric (NYSE:GE) scores high when it comes to reputation. However, recent events such as the slash of the paid dividend, the downgrade by JPMorgan Chase, and the imposition of fines by the SEC made its shares underperform compared to ...
Shares of General Electric Co. fell on Thursday, extending a decline that has taken the stock to multiyear lows and set it up for its 13th straight monthly drop. The stock GE, -1.46% fell 2% to $13.45, bringing its month-to-date drop to 5%. March is just the latest in a lengthy stretch of monthly declines; ...
Warren Buffett may come to the rescue of General Electric once again, according to one Wall Street firm. RBC Capital Markets analyzed whether it made sense for Buffett to invest in GE at these levels. General Electric's stock rose 4.3 percent Tuesday amid unsubstantiated speculation that the Oracle ...

General Electric has widely underperformed my return expectations, also dramatically underperformed the DJIA which reached new highs earlier this year. General Electric has a cash flow problem which the industrial company is confronting head on. GE will save ~$4 billion in cash this year based on its ...
Breaking up General Electric may unlock more value than previously estimated, Melius Research analysts wrote in a note Friday. Previous analysis of GE's individual businesses cast doubt on the benefit from a breakup. Melius finds that spinoffs from U.S. industrial companies return twice the value of the ...
Ken Langone, the co-founder of Invemed Associates and co-founder of Home Depot Inc (NYSE: HD), also served on General Electric Company (NYSE: GE)'s board of directors. He offered his story of how the conglomerate has become a "colossal failure in governance" on CNBC Wednesday.
Monday 26 February was a rather entertaining day of trade, with the press trying to understand what General Electric (NYSE: GE) was up to with its annual numbers, just as Warren Buffett answered some critical questions on CNBC - the most interesting topic, M&A, was killed by Joe Kernen, damn it - while ...
GE shareholders should not worry about the recast affecting the company's prospects: the past is the past. However, I think potential investors will be less inclined now to give General Electric a chance, as we wait for the next shoe to drop. I will continue to give preference to investments that are more ...
General Electric Company's (NYSE:GE) power segment is at the forefront of its 2018 challenges. Since it's hard to make a compelling case for buying the stock unless the power segment stabilizes and/or the Securities and Exchange Commission finishes its investigation into previously booked revenue, ...
Just once you think all the bad news from General Electric has been reported, another piece of news arises. Investors were spooked by the revelation that the conglomerate is restating earnings for 2016 and 2017, but this isn't the horror story shareholders might think. The real risk appears to be in the ...
Those classic lyrics pretty much sum up the bull case for General Electric (NYSE:GE). With the stock's 45% decline in 2017 -- and as of this writing, it's down another 17% in 2018 -- there are signs that maybe GE has finally hit rock bottom. Of course, it's looked that way before for the company -- many, many ...
General Electric (GE) is being touted as being ejected from the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DIA) (DJD) (RYDAX) (RYDHX) (RYDKX). Indeed, Deutsche Bank have observed that, due to the "substantial challenges" the company faces, General Electric is likely to be dropped from the index. Among the ...
General Electric nominated top aviation and industrial executives and an accounting expert to its board on Monday, as it seeks to restructure its business and restore investors' confidence in one of the largest U.S. industrial conglomerates. The Boston-based multinational, which racked up a $10 billion loss ...
General Electric's filing included changes to its board, revelations about an investigation into subprime mortgage loans made before the financial crisis, and how it would restate its earnings from 2016 and 2017 for new accounting rules. And after a first read of the document, Vertical Research Partners' Jeff ...
General Electric stock briefly fell below $14 in Monday trading, the lowest levels seen since July 2010 when GE hit $13.81 per share. On Friday the company announced potential action by the U.S. Justice Department in connection with subprime mortgage violations. The industrial conglomerate also ...
Continental energy player, General Electric Africa has approached Parliament over its intention to invest in the 2 400 megawatt (MW) Batoka Hydro power project. GE first started operating in Sub-Saharan Africa over 100 years ago. However, in 2011 the company decided to renew its focus to meet Africa's ...
In my previous article on General Electric (NYSE:GE), which was published on Dec. 31, 2017, I detailed several significant financial and operational issues related to the company's largest segment. On Jan. 24, 2018, GE reported that there was an 88% decline in profits in the Power division compared to the ...
The horrible slump for General Electric Company (NYSE:GE) drags on. GE stock is down almost 50% over the last 12 months, and 2018 hasn't improved General Electric's fortunes. The stock is down another 13% year-to-date and hit new seven-year lows last week, breaking below the key $15 ...
Last week was one for the history books with the Dow having its biggest one-day point drop in history. The Dow is now down over 2400 points since the all time high on January 26th. Volatility was back with a fury creating panic and margin selling from investment houses and traders alike. General Electric ...
General Electric (GE) was the Dow Jones Industrial Average's worst performing stock in 2017, and continues to be the worst performer this year. ... General Electric has fallen 0.8% to $14.83 at 12 p.m. today, despite the fact that not only is the Dow up 353.62 points, or 1.5%, at 24,544.52, while the Industrial ...
General Electric's unprecedented stock decline resulted from a litany of negative developments ranging from earnings misses, worrisome downsizing, a dividend cut, and the manifestation of years of unsavory accounting practices, questionable leadership, and unnecessary complexity. General Electric has ...
General Electric (GE) has a real spending problem. Although the American engineering conglomerate claimed not to overcompensate executives, former CEO Jeff Immelt stepped down in 2017 with a retirement package worth upwards of $211 million (€171.1 million), while GE posted a $9.8 billion loss for ...
Not since November 2011 had General Electric Company (NYSE:GE) stock traded below $15. But GE stock has done so this week, as its long decline continues. Intuitively, I understand why investors might be intrigued by GE stock at the moment. General Electric stock has fallen by almost half over the past ...
Linda Boff, the company's marketing chief, now leads learning and culture, including GE's Crotonville management development institute. February 9, 2018. Ashley St. John,. Linda Boff is General Electric's vice president of learning and culture and chief marketing officer. Photo courtesy of General Electric. General Electric ...
In the industrial sector, Emerson Electric (EMR) and General Electric (GE) appear to be moving in opposite directions. For example, Emerson Electric has a long history of steady dividend growth. Emerson is a Dividend Aristocrat, a group of 53 companies in the S&P 500, with 25+ consecutive years of ...
An employee inspects a turbine seal inside the General Electric Co. power plant in Veresegyhaz, Hungary, on June 13, 2017. (Akos Stiller / Bloomberg). atherine Chiglinsky, Brandon Kochkodin and Richard CloughBloomberg. John Flannery hardly needs any more headaches. But at a time when General Electric is facing ...
General Electric Company (NYSE:GE) market capitalization at present is $135.64B at the rate of $15.27 a share. Most of the active traders and investors are keen to find ways to compare the value of stocks. The price-to-sales ratio offers a simple approach in this case. They just need to take the company's ...
A company like GE will be fairly priced from a market perspective most of the time. Therefore, it is all about personal taste and risk-reward. I discuss what GE's intrinsic value would be for me, and the risk-reward scenario investors can expect. The rewards might come from growth, while the risks could come ...
There has been talk in recent times that General Electric (NYSE: GE) might have to cut the dividend to zero from $0.12 a share quarterly, and even raise new equity to repair its stretched balance sheet. Of course, after a 55% drop to $14.9 from a multiyear closing high of $32.88 in mid-2016, anything could ...
General Electric's management team has done well to position the company in such a way that it can benefit from this transition. This is especially true of the wind market, where a lot of the growth has been for the energy space. In the years to come, continued adoption of wind turbines for the purpose of ...
The markets are a mess right now, and General Electric Company (NYSE:GE) is no exception. General Electric stock started the year off hot, but a rather confusing earnings report at the end of January left investors with more questions than answers. GE also announced an SEC probe into the company's ...
GE is ground zero for one of the most spectacular destructions of wealth in corporate history; the troubled conglomerate has lost a staggering $445 billion in market cap since 2000. Sentiment is exceedingly negative surrounding GE, and most market participants are concerned with what shoe may drop next ...
Last week's 4% drop in the markets will catch perma-bulls off guard for good reason: the market did not have any major correction in nearly two years. On its steep journey up, the S&P 500 (SPY) Index fell just three times since 2015. After breaking out of its range at the end of 2016, the index rose around ...
The Federal Reserve is now telling Wells Fargo that it must replace some of its Board of Directors because the directors are "failing to oversee the bank." Recently, the General Electric Board of Directors has been accused of the very same thing, but there is no regulator to require changes in the board.
General Electric disclosed on Jan. 24 that the Securities and Exchange Commission had begun an investigation of the company's accounting practices. The announcement most likely means there will be a deep dive into the conglomerate's books and records, a process that will take months — if not years ...
Investors continue to sell shares of General Electric (GE) as new issues creep up and legacy issues continue to cloud the company's future. Shares have dropped 8% this year, now trading around the $15 per share level. This as the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 have gained over 4% in ...


 

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