Baker Hughes is still working through its complicated merger with GE's oil and gas business, and that's both good and bad.
News & Analysis: Baker Hughes, a GE Company
After trending lower all month, shares of the energy services company took a final plunge after it reported its first-quarter results.
BHGE earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2019.
Shares of the oil-field services giant have been red-hot this year.
Good earnings news came on the last day of January, with the effect lingering throughout February. But there's more to the story.
How do these oilfield services companies compare?
While the beaten-down oil services company might look like a tempting bargain; it's not worth the risk.
The business is starting to get back on its feet, and troubled General Electric is looking to sell shares. What does that mean for investors?
The quick answer is yes, but the long answer is the one that you really need to consider...
The oil services provider and oil equipment manufacturer reported a large increase in revenue and new orders.