General Electric Company operates in the Aircraft engines and engine parts sector.
In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares General Electric with three other
large diversified multinational conglomerates:
sales of 43.29 billion Swedish Kronor [US$5.44 billion]
of which 73%
was Patricia Industries),
(2016 sales: 79.64 billion Euro [US$95.15 billion]
of which 21%
was Power and Gas), and
based in Japan
(2017 sales of 7.34 trillion Japanese Yen [US$65.80 billion]
of which 33%
was Automotive & Industrial Systems).
Note: not all of these companies have the same fiscal year: the most recent data for each company are being used.
General Electric reported sales of $123.69 billion
December of 2016.
increase of 5.4%
versus 2015, when the company's sales were $117.39 billion.
Despite this increase, sales are still
below the level achieved in 2014, when General Electric
reported sales of $148.59 billion.
Sales of Energy Connections and Lighting saw an increase
that was more than double the company's growth rate: sales were up
61.2% in 2016, from
$8.73 billion to $14.07 billion.
General Electric also saw significant increases in sales in
Power (up 26.3% to $26.19 billion)
Renewable Energy (up 44.1% to $9.02 billion)
Not all segments of General Electric experienced an increase in sales in 2016:
sales of Oil and Gas fell 22.1% to $12.52 billion.
General Electric also experienced decreases in sales in
Ge Capital (down 0.3% to $9.62 billion)
Transportation System (down 20.5% to $4.71 billion)