General Financial Statements From 2010 to 2022

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General Electric financial statements provide useful quarterly and yearly information to potential General Electric investors about the company's current and past financial position, as well as its overall management performance and changes in financial position over time. Historical trend examination of various income statement and balance sheet accounts found on General Electric financial statements helps investors assess General Electric's valuation, profitability, and current liquidity needs.
There are over one hundred eight available fundamental trends for General Electric, which can be analyzed over time and compared to other ratios. Please make sure to confirm all of General Electric's regular performance against the performance from 2010 to 2022 to make sure the company is sustainable down the road.
General Electric Average Assets are projected to decrease significantly based on the last few years of reporting. The past year's Average Assets were at 229.68 Billion. The current year Average Equity is expected to grow to about 53.8 B, whereas Earnings Before Interest Taxes and Depreciation Amortization EBITDA are forecasted to decline to (2 B).
  
Check General Electric financial statements over time to gain insight into future company performance. You can evaluate financial statements to find patterns among General main balance sheet or income statement drivers, such as Direct Expenses of 86 B, Cost of Revenue of 59.8 B or Gross Profit of 25 B, as well as many exotic indicators such as Interest Coverage of 0.88, Long Term Debt to Equity of 0.79 or PPandE Turnover of 2.56. General financial statements analysis is a perfect complement when working with General Electric Valuation or Volatility modules. It can also supplement General Electric's financial leverage analysis and stock options assessment as well as various General Electric Technical models . Please check the analysis of General Electric Correlation against competitors.

General Electric Revenues

84.87 Billion

General Electric Balance Sheet

Current ValueLast YearHistorical Average 10 Year Trend
Total Assets295 B198.9 B460.5 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Cash and Equivalents16.2 B15.8 B54.1 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Investments81.5 B54.5 B138.1 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Investments Current11.1 B12.3 B12.8 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Investments Non Current40.5 B42.2 B44.4 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Deferred Revenue18.7 B19.4 B21.1 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Deposit Liabilities59.8 B61.4 B52.3 B
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Property Plant and Equipment Net16 B15.6 B47.2 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Inventory18.4 B15.8 B17.2 B
Increasing
Stable
Tax Assets9.6 B10.9 B5.9 B
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Trade and Non Trade Receivables16.8 B15.6 B20.1 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Trade and Non Trade Payables17.4 B16.2 B15.5 B
Increasing
Stable
Goodwill and Intangible Assets47.7 B35.5 B68.4 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Total Liabilities237.1 B157.3 B374.6 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Shareholders Equity54.3 B40.3 B79.6 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Accumulated Retained Earnings Deficit96.1 B85.1 B121.2 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Accumulated Other Comprehensive Income1.7 B1.6 B(13.7 B)
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Current Assets70.6 B66.3 B96.4 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Assets Non Current135.1 B132.5 B158.4 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Current Liabilities53.4 B52 B73 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Liabilities Non Current115.3 B105.3 B150 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Total Debt36.1 B35.2 B199.1 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Debt Current4.5 B4.4 B19.2 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Debt Non Current39.8 B30.8 B62.6 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Shareholders Equity USD54.3 B40.3 B79.6 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Cash and Equivalents USD16.2 B15.8 B54.1 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Total Debt USD36.1 B35.2 B199.1 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Accounts Payable15.2 B16.2 B15.7 B
Increasing
Stable
Receivables20.1 B20.5 B21.9 B
Increasing
Very volatile
Inventories15.6 B15.8 B17.2 B
Increasing
Stable

General Electric Income Statement

Current ValueLast YearHistorical Average 10 Year Trend
Revenues84.9 B74.2 B109.9 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Cost of Revenue59.8 B53.9 B73.6 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Selling General and Administrative Expense12.6 B11.7 B15.7 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Research and Development Expense2.5 B2.5 B3.2 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Operating Expenses19.4 B16.6 B25.8 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Interest Expense1.9 B1.9 B5.7 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Income Tax Expense(293.5 M)(286 M)1.4 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Net Loss Income from Discontinued Operations2.8 B3.2 B4.5 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Consolidated Income(6.8 B)(6.6 B)2.2 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Net Income to Non Controlling Interests(145.7 M)(142 M)38.3 M
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Net Income(6.7 B)(6.5 B)2.2 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Preferred Dividends Income Statement Impact590.9 M474 M632.1 M
Increasing
Stable
Net Income Common Stock(6.9 B)(6.8 B)1.8 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Weighted Average Shares1.1 B1.1 B1.2 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Weighted Average Shares Diluted1.7 B1.1 BB
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Earning Before Interest and Taxes EBIT(5.1 B)(4.9 B)9.2 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Revenues USD84.9 B74.2 B109.9 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Net Income Common Stock USD(6.9 B)(6.8 B)1.8 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Earning Before Interest and Taxes USD(5.1 B)(4.9 B)9.2 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Gross Profit25 B20.3 B36.3 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Operating Income5.6 B3.7 B10.4 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Direct Expenses86 B56.3 B96.5 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile

General Electric Cash Flow Statement

Current ValueLast YearHistorical Average 10 Year Trend
Net Cash Flow Business Acquisitions and Disposals24.6 B25 B19.2 B
Increasing
Stable
Net Cash Flow Investment Acquisitions and Disposals(1.3 B)(1.3 B)3.1 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Net Cash Flow from Investing20.2 B21.3 B21.1 B
Decreasing
Very volatile
Net Cash Flow from Operations3.4 B3.3 B15.8 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Effect of Exchange Rate Changes on Cash (1.1 B)(1 B)(1.2 B)
Decreasing
Very volatile
Net Cash Flow or Change in Cash and Cash Equivalents(21.3 B)(20.8 B)(6.1 B)
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Depreciation Amortization and AccretionBB5.8 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile

Financial Ratios

Current ValueLast YearHistorical Average 10 Year Trend
Earnings per Basic Share(6.32)(6.16)0.8891
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Earnings per Diluted Share(6.32)(6.16)0.8645
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Earnings per Basic Share USD(6.32)(6.16)0.8891
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Dividends per Basic Common Share0.290.294.1927
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Return on Average Equity(0.19)(0.187)(0.037)
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Return on Average Assets(0.0297)(0.029)(0.0036)
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Return on Invested Capital(0.0287)(0.028)0.0057
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Gross Margin0.270.2740.3123
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Profit Margin(0.0934)(0.091)0.0017
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
EBITDA Margin(0.0267)(0.026)0.1133
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Return on Sales(0.0677)(0.066)0.0616
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Asset Turnover0.320.3230.2521
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Payout Ratio(0.0534)(0.052)0.1089
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Enterprise Value over EBITDA(75.69)(73.75)(36.4536)
Decreasing
Stable
Enterprise Value over EBIT(29.76)(29.0)4.6336
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Price to Earnings Ratio(15.74)(15.336)1.9224
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Sales per Share74.1167.56591.7083
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Price to Sales Ratio1.441.3981.6265
Decreasing
Stable
Price to Book Value2.822.5742.4928
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Debt to Equity Ratio5.073.9015.2016
Increasing
Stable
Dividend Yield0.00310.0030.0257
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Current Ratio1.251.2771.3194
Increasing
Stable
Free Cash Flow per Share2.01.9479.4975
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Book Value per Share46.4636.70864.9047
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Tangible Assets Book Value per Share211149321
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Total Assets Per Share186181339
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Cash Flow Per Share3.113.031811.1699
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Return on Investment(5.11)(4.9745)1.3243
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Operating Margin(6.4)(6.2389)6.9772
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Calculated Tax Rate(8.43)(8.21)23.2806
Decreasing
Very volatile
Receivables Turnover3.23.12065.5448
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Inventory Turnover5.333.54895.9172
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
PPandE Turnover2.562.46212.2114
Increasing
Stable
Cash and Equivalents Turnover2.412.83192.1865
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Accounts Payable Turnover6.884.53537.6915
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Accrued Expenses Turnover51.0147.2819.1019
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Interest Coverage0.880.861.7666
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Long Term Debt to Equity0.790.76461.7896
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Quick Ratio0.920.93481.0091
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Net Current Assets as percentage of Total Assets7.817.23834.0417
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Revenue to Assets0.310.37310.2864
Increasing
Slightly volatile

General Electric Valuation Data

Current ValueLast YearHistorical Average 10 Year Trend
Earnings before Tax(7 B)(6.8 B)3.6 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Earnings Before Interest Taxes and Depreciation Amortization EBITDA(2 B)(1.9 B)15 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Earnings Before Interest Taxes and Depreciation Amortization USD(2 B)(1.9 B)15 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Market Capitalization133.2 B103.7 B182.8 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Enterprise Value217.5 B141.7 B344.1 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Invested Capital134.3 B130.8 B512.7 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Average Equity53.8 B36.2 B83.5 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Average Assets319.6 B229.7 B480.2 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Invested Capital Average177.8 B173.3 B549.8 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Tangible Asset Value247.4 B163.4 B392.1 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Free Cash Flow2.2 B2.1 B12 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Working Capital17.2 B14.4 B23.4 B
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Revenue Per Employee493.5 K441.6 K454.1 K
Decreasing
Stable
Net Income Per Employee(39.8 K)(38.8 K)5.3 K
Decreasing
Slightly volatile

General Fundamental Market Drivers

Forward Price Earnings17.04
Short Percent Of Float1.47%
Average Daily Volume Last 10 Day7.01M
Shares Short Prior Month12.4M
Average Daily Volume In Three Month6.77M
Date Short Interest29th of July 2022
Fifty Day Average69.28
Two Hundred Day Average87.31

General Upcoming Events

Upcoming Quarterly Report25th of January 2022
Next Financial Report26th of April 2022
Next Fiscal Quarter End31st of December 2021
Next Fiscal Year End25th of January 2022
Last Quarter Report30th of September 2021
Last Financial Announcement31st of December 2020

About General Electric Financial Statements

There are typically three primary documents that fall into the category of financial statements. These documents include General Electric income statement, its balance sheet, and the statement of cash flows. General Electric investors use historical funamental indicators, such as General Electric's revenue or net income, to determine how well the company is positioned to perform in the future. Although General Electric investors may use each financial statement separately, they are all related. The changes in General Electric's assets and liabilities, for example, are also reflected in the revenues and expenses that we see on General Electric's income statement, which results in the company's gains or losses. Cash flows can provide more information regarding cash listed on a balance sheet, but not equivalent to net income shown on the income statement. We offer a historical overview of the basic patterns found on General Electric Financial Statements. Understanding these patterns can help to make the right decision on long term investment in General Electric. Please read more on our technical analysis and fundamental analysis pages.
Last ReportedProjected for 2022
Deferred Revenue19.4 B18.7 B
Cost of Revenue53.9 B59.8 B
Revenues74.2 B84.9 B
Revenue to Assets 0.37  0.31 
Revenue Per Employee441.6 K493.5 K
General Electric Company operates as a high-tech industrial company in Europe, China, Asia, the Americas, the Middle East, and Africa. General Electric Company was incorporated in 1892 and is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts. General Electric operates under Specialty Industrial Machinery classification in the United States and is traded on New York Stock Exchange. It employs 168000 people.

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General Electric Implied Volatility

    
  40.87  
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Is General Electric's industry expected to grow? Or is there an opportunity to expand the business' product line in the future? Factors like these will boost the valuation of General Electric. If investors know General will grow in the future, the company's valuation will be higher. The financial industry is built on trying to define current growth potential and future valuation accurately. All the valuation information about General Electric listed above have to be considered, but the key to understanding future value is determining which factors weigh more heavily than others.
The market value of General Electric is measured differently than its book value, which is the value of General that is recorded on the company's balance sheet. Investors also form their own opinion of General Electric's value that differs from its market value or its book value, called intrinsic value, which is General Electric's true underlying value. Investors use various methods to calculate intrinsic value and buy a stock when its market value falls below its intrinsic value. Because General Electric's market value can be influenced by many factors that don't directly affect General Electric's underlying business (such as a pandemic or basic market pessimism), market value can vary widely from intrinsic value.
Please note, there is a significant difference between General Electric's value and its price as these two are different measures arrived at by different means. Investors typically determine General Electric value by looking at such factors as earnings, sales, fundamental and technical indicators, competition as well as analyst projections. However, General Electric's price is the amount at which it trades on the open market and represents the number that a seller and buyer find agreeable to each party.