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Last €19.00 EUR
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As of 11:35 AM 07/3/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).

general electric co (GEC) Snapshot

Open
€19.00
Previous Close
€19.00
Day High
€19.00
Day Low
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52 Week High
07/4/14 - €19.00
52 Week Low
07/4/14 - €19.00
Market Cap
191.4B
Average Volume 10 Days
10.3K
EPS TTM
--
Shares Outstanding
10.1B
EX-Date
06/18/15
P/E TM
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Dividend
€0.90
Dividend Yield
4.01%
Current Stock Chart for GENERAL ELECTRIC CO (GEC)

general electric co (GEC) Details

General Electric Company (GE) operates as an infrastructure and financial services company worldwide. The company’s Power and Water segment offers gas, steam and aeroderivative turbines, nuclear reactors, generators, combined cycle systems, controls, and related services; wind turbines; and water treatment services and equipment. Its Oil and Gas segment provides surface and subsea drilling and production systems, equipment for floating production platforms, compressors, turbines, turboexpanders, reactors, industrial power generation, and auxiliary equipment. The company’s Energy Management segments offers plant automation hardware, software, and embedded computing systems, including controllers, embedded systems, advanced software, motion control, operator interfaces, and industrial computers. Its Aviation segment offers jet engines; aerospace systems and equipment; and replacement parts and repair and maintenance services for commercial and military aircraft, marine applications, and executive and regional aircraft. The company’s Healthcare segment provides medical imaging, software and information technology (IT), patient monitoring and diagnostics, drug discovery, biopharmaceutical manufacturing technologies, and performance improvement solutions. Its Transportation segment offers freight and passenger locomotives, and diesel engines for rail, marine, and stationary power applications; railway signaling and communications systems; underground mining equipment; motorized drive systems; IT solutions; and replacement parts and value added services. The company’s Appliances & Lighting segment manufactures home appliances; and lighting products for commercial and industrial applications. Its GE Capital segment offers commercial loans and leases, fleet management, financial programs, credit cards, personal loans, and other financial services. The company was founded in 1892 and is headquartered in Fairfield, Connecticut.

305,000 Employees
Last Reported Date: 02/27/15
Founded in 1892

general electric co (GEC) Top Compensated Officers

Executive Chairman and Chief Executive Office...
Total Annual Compensation: $9.2M
Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice Presi...
Total Annual Compensation: $3.9M
Vice Chairman, Chairman of GE Capital and Chi...
Total Annual Compensation: $6.3M
Vice Chairman
Total Annual Compensation: $6.9M
Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Se...
Total Annual Compensation: $4.8M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

general electric co (GEC) Key Developments

GE's Two Unions Approves New Four-Year National Labor Contracts

The members of GE's two larger unions have voted to approve new four-year national labor contracts with GE. Union officials informed GE that voting by members of the IUE-CWA and the United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America (UE) was completed today, and that the national agreements have been ratified. Union leaders and GE reached tentative agreements on the labor contracts on June 21st after three weeks of negotiations. The unions' bargaining committees and Conference Boards then endorsed the contracts, and the contracts were thereafter approved by membership votes in IUE-CWA and UE locals. Approximately 16,500 union-represented employees are covered by the approved contracts. The IUE-CWA represents about 9,300 GE employees and its labor agreement covers numerous GE locations including Louisville, KY (GE Appliances); Lynn, MA (GE Aviation); and Schenectady, NY (GE Power & Water). The UE represents about 3,480 employees and its labor agreement includes Erie, PA (GE Transportation) as its larger facility. Terms of the new contracts have been offered to the UAW, IAM, IBEW and other unions that have local contracts with GE. Agreements have been ratified by many of these local units to date.

General Electric Adds Two New Solutions to CLP Family of AC-Dc Power Supplies

General Electric, or GE, has announced that its Critical Power business has added two new solutions, CLP0224FP and CLP0112FP, to its open-frame, compact low power, or CLP, family of AC-DC power supplies. These new solutions complement the already released CLP0212FP solution, a 200-W, 12-volt AC-to-DC solution. The CLP0224FP, 200-watt (W), 24-volt power supply delivers efficiencies of greater than 90% in a compact, high-density 2-by-4-inch footprint at 18W/inch3. The CLP0112FP offers similar leading efficiency levels in a comparable footprint but at 150-W and 12-volts. Both CLP0224FP and CLP0112 deliver power efficiency of greater than 90% at typical and full-load outputs and at temperatures up to 50 C (122 F) - with higher temperature operation possible at derated output. Additional protection features include over-current, over-voltage and over-temperature protection. GE's CLP0224FP and CLP0112FP AC-to-DC power supplies are now available in volume quantities. Pricing begins at $65 per module at an annual volume of 1,000 units for CLP0224FP and $55 per module at an annual volume of 1,000 units for CLP0112FP.

GE Power Generation Services to Provide Long-Term Maintenance Services for Two GE Gas Turbines at the Beijing Taiyanggong Thermal Power Station

GE Power Generation Services has been selected to provide long-term maintenance services for two GE gas turbines at the Beijing Taiyanggong Thermal Power Station as well as to upgrade and rebuild the turbine combustion systems to become simpler, more fuel flexible and reduce station emissions. The work is part of a renegotiated contractual service agreement (CSA) that will be a service model for Chinese utilities looking to reduce the operational costs and environmental impact of their existing power plants. Within this renegotiated CSA, which was first signed in 2008, GE will upgrade the Dry Low Nox (DLN) burner system of two existing GE 9F.03 gas turbines from a DLN2.0+ to a DLN2.6+ system to enhance the power plant fuel flexibility and also comply with government efforts to reduce industrial greenhouse gas emissions.

 

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Price/Earnings 100.0x
Price/Sales 1.9x
Price/Book 2.5x
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