General Electric - 60 Year Stock Split History | GE

Stock split history for General Electric since 1962. Prices shown are actual historical values and are not adjusted for either splits or dividends. Please see the "Historical Prices" tab for adjusted price values.
General Electric Annual Stock Splits
General Electric Quarterly Stock Splits
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Multi-Sector Conglomerates Diversified Operations $82.165B $74.196B
General Electric Co. is popular for its LEAP aircraft engines, heavy-duty gas turbines, Haliade-X and Cypress wind turbines, and healthcare solutions. Its products and services range from jet engines, airframes, energy production solutions to offshore wind turbines, technologies in medical imaging, and leasing and financing services, etc. It has the following operating segments: Power produces steam & gas turbines, power generation services, and generators. The Power segment includes Gas Power and Power Portfolio. While Gas Power includes GE's gas lifecycle business, Power Portfolio comprises Steam Power Systems, GE Hitachi Nuclear and Power Conversion businesses. Aviation offers commercial jet engines and components, and aftermarket services. Healthcare provides technologies in patient monitoring, medical imaging, drug discovery, patient monitoring. Renewable Energy provides offshore wind turbines, high-voltage equipment, blades for wind turbines (onshore and offshore), and other products and services.
Stock Name Country Market Cap PE Ratio
Danaher (DHR) United States $207.497B 26.91
3M (MMM) United States $84.210B 14.95
Carlisle (CSL) United States $15.579B 18.46
ITT (ITT) United States $6.454B 19.51
Federal Signal (FSS) United States $2.484B 23.41
Griffon (GFF) United States $1.779B 9.39
Vector Group (VGR) United States $1.618B 10.24
Lsb Industries (LXU) United States $1.360B 5.82
Steel Partners Holdings LP (SPLP) United States $0.939B 12.68
National Presto Industries (NPK) United States $0.524B 31.21
INNOVATE (VATE) United States $0.125B 0.00