Home Appliances Stocks List

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Home Appliances Stocks Recent News

Date Stock Title
May 20 MIDD The Middleby board approves 2.5M shares in share repurchase program
May 19 GE Investors Protest Executive Pay at JPMorgan, Intel and Coca-Cola
May 19 GE 10 Stocks Under $30 to Invest in According to Bruce Kovner’s Caxton Associates
May 19 GE GE Secures Power Plant Equipment Order in Vietnam
May 19 THR Thermon Schedules Full Year Fiscal 2022 Earnings Conference Call - May 26, 2022
May 19 YJ Yunji Marks Seven-Year Anniversary with Product Curation Strategy Upgrade
May 18 GE General Electric (GE) Arm Unveils Sierra Turbine Platform
May 18 MX Read Why Magnachip Shares Are Trading Higher Today
May 18 MX Why Magnachip Semiconductor Stock Jumped 14% Today
May 18 MX Magnachip: Rumors Of Letter Of Intent Near $25
May 18 GE Flexjet Gains Flexibility by Adding GE Digital’s Maintenance Insight to Its Software Solution Platform
May 18 MX Magnachip jumps after report LX Group and Carlyle submitted bid
May 17 TX Ternium S.A. And Its Real Value
May 17 MIDD The Middleby CEO and director discloses share acquisitions
May 17 GE General Electric (GE) Arm Wins Power Plant Deal in Vietnam
May 17 GE AerCap keeps legacy Boeing order, sees strong demand for 737 Max jets
May 16 WSO.B All You Need to Know About Watsco (WSO) Rating Upgrade to Strong Buy
May 16 GE 10 Best Wind Power and Solar Stocks To Buy
May 16 WSO.B The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights C.H. Robinson Worldwide, Packaging Corporation of America, Ameren, Watsco, and Vistra
May 14 CBD Does CBD Really Counteract The Effects Of THC? We Asked A Budtender

Home appliances are electrical/mechanical machines which accomplish some household functions, such as cooking, cleaning, or food preservation.
Home appliances can be divided into three classifications, which include:

Major appliances, or white goods
Small appliances,
Consumer electronics, or brown goods in regions with UK influence This division is also noticeable in the maintenance and repair of these kinds of products. Brown goods usually require high technical knowledge and skills (which get more complex with time, such as going from a soldering iron to a hot-air soldering station), while white goods may need more practical skills and force to manipulate the devices and heavy tools required to repair them.

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