Consumer Staples

Walmart is reportedly in talks to buy online retailer for $3 billion.
At some point, the cheese and ketchup maker needs revenue growth.
Company earnings in line while revenues miss in 'beleaguered oil environment.'
The office-supply retailer initiates an annualized $0.10 per share dividend and ups its stock buyback program.
The stock's strength is on the wane.
Growth Seeker adds CalAmp to its portfolio; Action Alerts PLUS lauds Procter & Gamble.
The Chinese market is key to the company's goal to reach $10 billion in sales by 2020.
This has to be the period when margin expansion slows -- and slows dramatically.
A decline below $43 and I would put my foot on the brakes.
Struggling grocery chain is dealing with too many problems at once.

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