Analysts Take the Wheel on General Electric Capital Corporation (NYSE:GEH) Shares and Where They Might Be Headed

Investors and analysts are typically super focused on company earnings numbers when they are reported. Company earnings are a good way to evaluate the company profitability. Currently, sell-side analysts are expecting General Electric Capital Corporation (NYSE:GEH) to report quarterly EPS of $N/A. The company’s next earnings report is expected to be published on or around N/A for the period ending on N/A

Whether a company misses or beats analyst estimates, the earnings report may guide short-term stock price movemments. Investors may also take note of the directional trend of estimates before a company’s earnings report. General Electric Capital Corporation (NYSE:GEH) most recently posted actual quarterly EPS of $N/A compared to the Zacks Research consensus estimate of $N/A. The resulting difference was $N/A creating a surprise factor of N/A%. N/A brokerage firms are currently covering General Electric Capital Corporation. These analysts polled by Zacks Research currently have a mean target price of $N/A on the stock. The highest target is currently $N/A and the most conservative target sees the stock hitting $N/A within the year. In looking at the standard deviation of all estimates, we arrive at N/A.

Zacks Research uses an analyst ratings scale from 1 to 5. On this scale, a 1 would represent a Strong Buy, and a 5 rating would signal a Strong Sell recommendation. Combining all the recommendations on General Electric Capital Corporation (NYSE:GEH), the mean currently stands at N/ABreaking those down we see that the ratings are as follows: N/A Strong Buy, N/A Rated Buy, N/A Rated Hold and N/A Rated Sell.

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