Wall Street on General Electric and Peers ahead of 3Q17 Earnings
Out of the 17 analysts covering General Electric (GE), five analysts (29.4%) have a “strong buy” opinion on the stock. Four analysts (23.5%) say “buy.”
For a long time, General Electric (GE) has had a decent dividend growth history. In the last year, GE’s average per-share dividend growth rate was 3.30% per year.
Normally, a new CEO is expected to make certain changes to the top brass to create a new upper management team. John Flannery swung into action and made some leadership changes at General Electric (GE).
Earlier in this series, we took stock of analysts’ estimates for General Electric’s (GE) 3Q17 revenues. Here, we’ll review analysts’ forecasts for GE’s operating margins.
Top-line growth matters for any company, and it matters a lot for General Electric (GE). The mean 3Q17 revenue forecast from analysts polled by Thomson Reuter is $32.5 billion for the company.
United States industrial behemoth General Electric (GE) is slated to release its 3Q17 earnings on October 20. Here’s what you need to know.
General Electric (GE) has a mean rating of 2.4, indicating a “buy” suggestion from Reuters-surveyed analysts.
General Electric’s (GE) industrial cash flow from operating activities (or CFOA) has been a matter of concern recently.
In this article, we’ll review General Electric’s (GE) 2Q17 operating margin. GE posted a 12% fall in its 2Q17 revenue.
Now, we’ll take a look at General Electric’s (GE) Energy Connections and Lighting segment. In 2Q17, this segment reported revenue of $3.2 billion.
In this article, we’ll examine General Electric’s (GE) Transportation segment. In 2Q17, the segment’s revenue fell 14% to $1.1 billion, compared to $1.2 billion in 2Q16.
GE’s Healthcare segment remained a top performer in 2Q17. Revenue-wise, this segment remained the third-largest contributor to GE’s total operating revenue of $28.0 billion.
GE’s Power segment was the largest contributor to its total operating revenue in 2Q17. The segment accounted for 24.8% of GE’s $28.0 billion in industrial revenue.
GE proved analysts wrong by surpassing their 2Q17 revenue estimates of $28.9 billion. However, the most vivid aspect of its results was the 12% fall in its quarterly revenue.
US industrial conglomerate General Electric (GE) declared its 2Q17 results on July 21, 2017. GE reported adjusted earnings per share of $0.28.
In this part, we’ll discuss General Electric’s (GE) dividend distribution. In January 2017, General Electric increased its dividend by $0.01 to $0.24 per share, resulting in an annualized dividend per share…
In this part of the series, we’ll look at analysts’ recommendations for General Electric (GE). It has a consensus rating of 2.3, indicating a “buy.” Of the 15 analysts covering…
The sluggish global economic activity has impacted General Electric’s (GE) business prospects in 2017, which has been reflected in analysts’ lowered estimate for GE’s revenue. Analysts anticipate General Electric to see revenue…
Previously, we looked at analysts’ estimates for General Electric’s (GE) 2Q17 revenue. In this section, we’ll review analysts’ projections for GE’s operating margins. Analysts anticipate General Electric to attain an…
US industrial behemoth General Electric (GE) will announce its 2Q17 earnings on July 21, 2017. In this short pre-2Q17 earnings release series, we’ll look at analysts’ estimates for GE.