General Motors Co (NYSE: GM)

Overview
current price
$38.47
$38.47
change
-0.25 | -0.65%
-0.25 | -0.65%
Yesterday's Close
38.72
open
38.74
volume
4.56 M
30d. avg volume.
8.80 M
1 day
38.36 - 38.96
52 weeks
31.46 - 41.90
p/e
6.31
beta
1.4035
market cap
55.32 B
dividend yield
3.93%
Industry
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News and Commentary
Recent Economic Data Confirms Chairman Powell's Pivot Last week, the Federal Reserve delivered a third rate cut. More importantly, it signaled that it was done cutting for the time being. It sees these rate cuts as insurance against...
Labor Market Tightness is Hurting Gig-Powered Start Ups By many measures, the labor market has significantly tightened since 2009-2010. Some of the persistent problems in the U.S. economy over the past decade including growing inequal...
Tentative Deal Reached Between General Motors and Strikers According to United Automobile Workers Vice President Terry Dittes, a tentative agreement between General Motors
Market Update: General Motors Worker's Strike Continues Stocks fell Monday during trading hours after Chinese officials showed reluctance towards President Donald Trump's trade deal, according to
Sectors React to Volatile Oil Prices It's been a volatile week for U.S. and global markets following the rapid changes in oil prices that were the result of the drone attacks to the Saudi Arabian oil production faci...
Market Update: Global Traders React to Increase of Oil Prices The weekend's attacks on Saudi Arabian oil facilities have led to massive supply disruptions. Futures for Brent crude, which serves as the international benchmark for oil prices,...
Market Update: Facebook Announces a Dating Feature Here is how the U.S Stock Market ended today:S&P 500 (SPY): +1.30%, or 38.22 pointsDow Jones Index (DIA):+1.41%, or 372.68 poi...
US Auto Market Ends 2018 on Sour Note In line with the bearish auto market in China, US auto makers have also declared a weak fiscal year at the close of 2018.Ford
Automotive Market Faces Roadblock in China After Ford (F 
Trump Weekly: G20 Summit, Government Shutdown, Michael Cohen, and More As with every week, this week Trump used Twitter to criticize his enemies. First, on Monday, November 26, he lashed out at General Motors
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