Early Volume Leaders include Citi, GE, BofA and Ford

Same Bat-Time, Same Bat-Channel

The major equity markets are trying to find steam from yesterday's announcement that the 'Recession is Over'.  Leading the volume today is a familiar sign of the same bat-time, same bat-channel stars: Citigroup (NYSE:C), General Electric (NYSE:GE), Bank of America (NYSE:BAC) but a surprise appearance by Ford Motor (NYSE:F).

Finally GE Shares Stay Above $15

General Electric (NYSE:GE) Classic Logo

General Electric (NYSE:GE) shares are trading above $15 for the second day, today GE's stock is up 2.4% to $15.71 it appears shares have finally hit a new resistance point.

Tuesday's Volume Leaders: Citi, Fannie, & GE

NYSE Floor - Traders

Back to trading on this Tuesday following yesterday's Labor Day holiday and the volume leaders are familiar faces including Citigroup (NYSE:C), Fannie Mae (NYSE:FNM), Bank of America (NYSE:BAC) but a welcome guest also includes General Electric (NYSE:GE) with shares up 4%.

GE Shares Closing in on $14

General Electric (NYSE:GE) Classic Logo

General Electric (NYSE:GE) shares are up 1.5% and only 33 cents away from getting back above $14.  As stocks tread slightly higher Friday GE is helping to lift major equities, but will it hold?

General Electric Shares Back to $14 Level, Now What?

GE

A welcome surprise for General Electric (NYSE:GE) shareholders as the stock has managed to get back in the $14 range.  Volume has picked up this week on General Electric shares approaching 100 million on a daily basis and since March 6th shares have increased an amazing 110%.

Stocks Fall Monday with Citi and BofA Leading in Volume

Stocks Fall - Bear Market

Just another manic Monday but many of us saw this coming, leading the selling today are Citigroup Inc (NYSE:C) and Bank of America (NYSE:BAC) with 370 and 138 million shares already traded as of 11:40 EST AM respectively, get ready for the dip.

GE Approaching $15 a Share, Can it Hold?

GE

Its been a long time since General Electric (NYSE:GE) shares have been in the $15 range.  Thanks to the latest bull rally, GE shares are just 25 Cents away from reaching the $15 level.

General Electric to pay $50 Million, SEC Fine

GE

General Electric (NYSE:GE) was accused by the Securities and Exchange Commission of misleading investors in 2002 and 2003 by reporting "materially false and misleading results in its financial statements."  GE has agreed to pay a $50 million penalty, without admitting or denying the accusations, to settle the SEC’s civil suit.

GE's Q2 Results Good Enough for CEO Jeff Immelt

Jeff Immelt

“In a global economic environment that continues to remain challenging, GE delivered solid second-quarter business results,” General Electric (NYSE:GE) chairman and CEO Jeff Immelt said in a news release. “We are executing through the recession by aggressively controlling costs and driving working capital improvements while continuing to invest for future growth.”

GE Capital Blog Entry gets Actual Response from the Company

GE Capital (nyse:ge)

Leave it to SeekingAlpha.com to post an article from Zero Hedge Blogger 'Tyler Durden' to prompt a response from General Electric's GE Capital Division (NYSE:GE) defending their business -- a sign of the times even bloggers can move markets.

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