Ticker: GE

General Electric

$7.43

(-14.89%)

Since 2019

$

Real time stock price updated as of October 30, 2020, 4:43 PM

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

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Historical stock performance

Last 1 week

-4.41%

Last 1 month

20.58%

Last 12 months

-18.32%

Last 3 years

-26.78%

Last 5 years

-21.81%

Last 10 years

-4.48%

Last 15 years

-6.48%

Since inception

-6.51%

Dividend Yield

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0.64%

Expense Ratio

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0.0%

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2 days ago

How GE's Q3 Results Got to Be So Good

General Electric Co. (NYSE: GE) reported third-quarter results before markets opened Wednesday.

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5 days ago

Amazon, Alphabet, Facebook, Starbucks, Ford, GE, and More Major Earnings Coming This Week

This week will be perhaps the biggest week of earnings season, with many major names reporting.

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6 days ago

BofA Securities Stays Bullish on 4 Former Blue-Chip Stocks Trading Under $10

Despite a huge rally off the March bottom that has U.S. indexes once again trading near all-time highs, many of the top companies that investors are very familiar with have taken a beating over the past few years.

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