Ticker: GE

General Electric

$6.71

(-35.79%)

Since 2019

$

Real time stock price updated as of July 10, 2020, 6:00 PM

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Historical stock performance

Last 1 week

-3.37%

Last 1 month

-17.83%

Last 12 months

-35.42%

Last 3 years

-34.57%

Last 5 years

-21.46%

Last 10 years

-4.78%

Last 15 years

-7.08%

Since inception

-7.36%

Dividend Yield

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0.58%

Expense Ratio

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0.0%

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General Electric stock News

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24/7 Wall Street

18 days ago

It Took 110 Years for GE to Change Its Auditing Firm

In April of 2018, General Electric Co. (NYSE: GE) announced that the company would restate results for 2016 and 2017 to reflect a new accounting standard.

24/7 Wall Street

28 days ago

BofA Securities Has 5 Stocks to Buy Under $10 With Massive Upside Potential

It happened in 2008 and 2009, and despite a huge rally off the bottom, many of the top companies that investors are very familiar with have taken a beating.

CNBC

about 1 hour ago

Canada Goose CEO says experiential store offers a 'break from the insanity of the world today'

Canada Goose's CEO Dani Reiss said Friday that the retailer's recently opened experiential store in Canada is "almost built for this environment."

24/7 Wall Street

about 6 hours ago

Supreme Court to Review Who Gets to Keep $300 Billion in Fannie Mae-Freddie Mac Profits

The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday has agreed to weigh in on a dispute over the federal government’s 2012 takeover of Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Freddie Mac (FMCC).

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Invest in General Electric on Stash

The storied digital industrial conglomerate conducts business in approximately 180 countries.

Thanks to fractional shares

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