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As earnings wind down, focus is drawn to the Fed and oil. The portfolio adds a new name.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass tells us about nothing and ponders the wisdom of working for a living if it kills you in the end.
The company is exploring options for a portion of its mining business, shedding part of what it acquired when it spent $8.6 billion for Bucyrus International.
JPMorgan has a below average price target on GE (GE) stock at $26 a share, but the firm defended its call, citing little known progress in the company's restructuring plan.
GE is taking a stake in coal by improving existing turbines in the U.S. and Europe, as well as venturing into newer markets in India and Southeast Asia.
A federal court ruling that MetLife wasn't a 'SIFI' was seen as a victory, but an appeal creates uncertainty -- and higher costs -- for the company moving forward.
Tech stocks continue to reach all-time highs as anxious investors contend with whether now is the time to reallocate their portfolios and shed some of these equities.
GE, worldwide partner of the Olympic Games since 2006, today announced it has exceeded $1.
As one of the proud partners of Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games, GE has supplied the International Olympic Committee (IOC) with innovative health data management software to create Electronic Medical Records (EMR) for...
AIG's sale of United Guaranty to Arch Capital Group as CEO Peter Hancock executes a plan to return $25 billion to the insurance behemoth's shareholders.
GE's recent acquisition of a part of Korea's Doosan Engineering and Construction could result in an upside to its revenue from its Alstom (ALSMY) power deal last year.
If you imagine what GE would like to look like in the future, NOV fills in a lot of that.
Hillary Clinton could draw from the private sector for her presidential cabinet should she win the White House. Here are seven execs who might be a good fit.
Investors might want to take a closer look at their portfolios to make sure they have exposure to sustainable companies.
Investors might want to take a closer look at their portfolios to make sure they have exposure to sustainable companies, according to one expert.
The major indices hit new highs this week as stocks maintained their shine. In the portfolio, we exited 2 positions and added a name.
The trade tactic I prefer is the bullishly biased, deep in the money, vertical put spread.
GE (NYSE: GE) announced today the appointment of four new Company officers.
Which stocks will be most favored by the corporate-bond purchases?
The jobs report helps the market end the week on a high note. Two of our portfolio positions get bigger.
JPMorgan sees GE (GE) undergoing a slowdown soon, especially in its key power business.
The better-than-expected job gains and lower unemployment rate helps Democrat Hillary Clinton, while confident, safely employed consumers may let the Federal Reserve boost interest rates sooner than markets anticipated.
Cramer says Johnson Controls has a number of catalysts going for it starting with its forthcoming split into three companies.
The Internet is a beast. If you don't feed it, it will eat you alive, Cramer says.
The shocking truth of how the latest round of stimulus under Abenomics is being spent.
Insiders at these companies have been scooping up shares of their own stock lately.
The Government Investment Pension Fund of Japan has taken positions in General Electric, Alphabet and Whirlpool, among other U.S. stocks, according to a report cited by Cramer.