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Sales volumes are contracting, and companies are cutting costs.
Andrew Keene of Keene on the Market review markets action as the S&P 500 has round-tripped to its January 15 all-time closing high.
Dr. Pepper Snapple Group reported a decline in fourth-quarter sales but reported earnings of 97 cents a share, beating analyst expectations for earnings of 85 cents a share.
Let's take a peek at overnight and early-morning price action in some of the major asset classes. The rundown: S&P futures +5; Nasdaq +24, as Apple (AAPL) moves in after-hours trading; Nikkei -; European markets +; crude flat; gold +$5; and 10-year ...
There is monster-sized risk in Monster Energy Beverage, says Belus Capital Advisors CEO Brian Sozzi. He drinks the drink, not the stock.
PepsiCo will likely increased its dividend in May, says Portfolio Manager David Peltier.
Since its IPO, Dr. Pepper Snapple performed better as a company than Coca-Cola or PepsiCo.
Jim Cramer tells TheStreet's Debra Borchardt that Pepsi's strong management and combination of snacks and drinks make it a stock worth owning.
Beverage stocks like Pepsi and Coca-Cola are best positioned to continue their upward trends according to Greywolf Equities Chief Technician Mark Newton. TheStreet's Debra Borchardt has details on why the next two days are critical.
Portfolio manager David Peltier discusses a beverage-maker than recently initiated a dividend.
Pepsi is a low-momentum name that could be headed for a long-term fizzle.
Jim Cramer thinks Coca-Cola is a very well run company and expects a good earnings report from them tomorrow, but foreign exchange could hurt the stock.
Neil Hennessy, portfolio manager for the Hennessy Focus 30,
Futures pointed higher as upside action followed some early earnings news and Wednesday's intraday rally.
AMZN hit the target this morning, so it's time to exit the remainder of the puts.
Campbell Soup tops the list as a consumer non-discretionary with a breakout chart.
NEW YORK (TheStreet) - - Dr Pepper CEO Larry Young explains the connection to the rock band Kiss and highlights the growth for the company.