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General Electric Return vs. S&P
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General Electric Company Info
General Electric Co. engages in the provision of commercial and military aircraft engines and systems, wind, and other renewable energy generation equipment and grid solutions, and gas, steam, nuclear, and other power generation equipment. It operates through the following segments: Aviation, Healthcare, Renewable Energy, and Power. The Aviation segment designs and produces commercial and military aircraft engines, integrated engine components, electric power and mechanical aircraft systems. The Healthcare segment provides essential healthcare technologies to developed and emerging markets and has expertise in medical imaging, digital solutions, patient monitoring and diagnostics, drug discovery and performance improvement solutions. The Renewable Energy segment’s portfolio of business units includes onshore and offshore wind, blade manufacturing, grid solutions, hydro, storage, hybrid renewables and digital services offerings. The Power segment serves power generation, industrial, government and other customers worldwide with products and services related to energy production. The company was founded by Thomas Alva Edison in 1878 and is headquartered in Boston, MA.
News & Analysis
The industrial giant's stock has made a major comeback.
After more than doubling in 10 months, GE stock trades at a lofty earnings multiple, making it look more like a growth stock than a value stock.
Shares of the industrial giant have been on fire this year as the company's breakup strategy begins to bear fruit.
These three companies all raised their full-year guidance recently -- a sure sign of good earnings momentum.
You wouldn't know it from its recent struggles, but for most of the 20th century, General Electric was one of the most important companies (and stocks) in America.
A complex business might be unlocking some value.
A well-known whistleblower just called GE a fraud. Is he right?
Is there light at the end of the tunnel for the troubled industrial conglomerate?
GE earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2023.
GE earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2022.
GE earnings call for the period ending September 30, 2022.
GE earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2022.
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