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These consumer staple names are coasting through Brexit without a care.
A close below $86 could generate "spillover selling".
Jim Cramer says consumer packaged goods stocks have been on a tear but he doesn't think they are overvalued.
This tactic has worked for a year. I don't see it stopping working soon.
In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for Wednesday Feb. 17, we expect to get more quarterly results including T-Mobile and Priceline.
In the week ahead, markets will be closed on Monday for the President's Day holiday, but the rest of the week is filled with earnings.
U.S. futures are rallying ahead of the opening bell today.
It would not be hard to imagine that the next test breaks the $100 support area.
The broad indices are weak, but here are some good individual picks.
With PepsiCo making a move to stop the bleeding of the nation's dipping diet soda sales, we decided to check TheStreet Quant Ratings for beverages stocks to invest in.
There are some good buying ideas among these stocks.
The battle of the soft drinks has been going on for decades, with the reoccurring question of "what's the best soda?
Why should investors should take a look at the name? Energy drinks account for approximately 90% of Monster's sales, and the brand holds the No. 2 market share in energy drinks in the U.S., behind Red Bull.