Why General Electric Tanked 13% since Its Q2 Earnings  Market Realist

General Electric (GE) stock has been on a downward trajectory since the company reported its Q2 earnings on July 31. The stock has lost ground in seven of the ...

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General Electric (GE) stock has been on a downward trajectory since the company reported its second-quarter earnings on July 31.General Electric (GE) stock has been on a downward trajectory since the company reported its second-quarter earnings on July 31.

Why General Electric Tanked 13% since Its Q2 Earnings - Market Realist

The General Electric stock saga has more chapters than Star Wars. Investors got another bad report from JPMorgan analyst Stephen Tusa, balanced by a positive report from Wolfe Research analyst Nigel Coe.The General Electric stock saga has more chapters than Star Wars. Investors got another bad report from JPMorgan analyst Stephen Tusa, balanced by a positive report from Wolfe Research analyst Nigel Coe.

GE’s Biggest Bear Sees a $5 Stock, but Bulls Are Pushing Back - Barron's

Underperformance in the industrial titan's most profitable division sent shares reeling. Here's what the stock market overlooked.Underperformance in the industrial titan's most profitable division sent shares reeling. Here's what the stock market overlooked.

What the Market Missed From General Electric's Q2 Earnings

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“Remember a month ago when @GeneralElectric said security flaws in its medical devices posed "no risk" to patients? GE quietly backpedaled a week later — but didn't bother update reporters. GE now admits the flaws could in fact cause harm to patients. https://t.co/xbPlDoHG5O”

Zack Whittaker on Twitter: "Remember a month ago when @GeneralElectric said security flaws in its medical devices posed "no risk" to patients? GE quietly backpedaled a week later — but didn't bother update reporters. GE now admits the flaws could in fact cause harm to patients. https://t.co/xbPlDoHG5O"

Shares of GE have dropped around 12% since the beginning of the month. Is the bear story taking hold?

How Analysts View General Electric's Recovery (NYSE: GE) - 24/7 Wall St.

Shares of GE have dropped around 12% since the beginning of the month. Is the bear story taking hold?

Is General Electric Really Recovering? – 24/7 Wall St.