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General Electric stock is making new multi-year lows. Depending on the investor though, there are moves they can make to soften the blow.
Joseph Moore works days on the shop floor at GE Aviation's fast-growing jet engine factory in Auburn - then teaches his experiences at night in the classroom.
Charts say Apple, Nvidia and other key tech stocks are still on trend.
David Farr, chairman and CEO of Emerson Electric, talks with Jim Cramer about Emerson's automation business, and about tariffs.
This market remains elevated, says Jim Cramer. It's perfectly reasonable to have some selling, but remember: Nobody makes money by panicking.
Notable weakness is coming from the FANG leadership group, which is being weighed down by heavy losses in Facebook.
The concept of retirement is outdated, suggests long-time General Electric CEO Jack Welch.
Here's what you need to know for Tuesday, March 13.
President Trump has taken actions in recent days that continues to chip away at the reasons to be bullish on stocks. Well some stocks, perhaps, as the semiconductor names remain hot.
The miserable ride for General Electric's stock continued on Tuesday. Is the stock destined to plunge another 50%? Meanwhile, semiconductor stocks are hot. Watch the latest on Jolt.
JPMorgan analysts see GE's earnings forecast coming in 'a step lower.'
Donald Trump blocks Broadcom's bid for Qualcomm; U.S. Steel gets tariff bump and raises earnings outlook; Apple buys digital magazine service Texture.
Stock futures posted modest gains as President Trump blocked Broadcom's pursuit of Qualcomm.
The Boston-based General Electric is exploring a sale of its electrical engineering business, according to Reuters.
GE has been in selloff-mode for more than a year now -- here's what needs to happen for that to change.
The stock market has flipped its overdrive switch to 'on' again, and that should have some bullish investors a touch nervous.
U.S. stocks futures extended gains Monday as markets around the world reacted to Friday's stronger-than-expected employment report and shrugged aside concerns over a global trade war following last week's move on steel and aluminium tariffs.
Stocks have returned to autopilot despite the threat of trade wars and prospect of an inflationary outbreak in the U.S. Here are several things investors must watch out for in the week ahead.
The fast-food giant's female workers want to earn a living wage, while investors demand better returns.
Jim Cramer says this decline seems sobering and rational, but investors need to be cautious before they commit any big chunks of cash to this market.
From gold to tech stocks to bitcoin, markets are under fire as the thought of a trade war remains front of mind.
One FAANG stock currently reigns supreme, says Mr. Market. The only question is whether this super inflated stock will keep going up.
Stocks declined on Wednesday after Gary Cohn, the head of Donald Trump's National Economic Council, resigned.
GE's multi-billion dollar backlog could need to be repriced if metals surge on the back of President Donald Trump's proposed trade tariffs, Deutsche Bank has cautioned, amid "considerable GE earnings and cash pressures" for the struggling conglomerate.
Delivery of the 20th and final gas engine completes the centerpiece of one of the most modern and flexible gas engine-based combined heat and power (CHP) plants in Europe—the K.
Our strategy here is to have a wait and see approach and pick our spots.
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