|Day Low/High||59.64 / 61.20|
|52 Wk Low/High||53.96 / 66.14|
The average retail trader is at a huge informational disadvantage.
Will retailers benefit from a convergence of strong consumer data?
The spring swoon has shown that stocks can fall despite zero interest rates.
Major U.S. indices are trading in positive territory.
Hologic, Symantec and TE Connectivity could all benefit from the current M&A binge.
Keep a close eye on what the Fed has to say on the matter.
General Mills is hovering at highs showing healthy strength and looks poised to make a move higher.
Old-line firms are getting a pass, but highfliers are getting crushed.
I have only heard fear mongering and anti-historical diatribes.
General Mills attributed its weaker-than-expected results to the harsh winter weather, and looking ahead said it still expects to earn between $2.87 and $2.90 a share in fiscal 2014.
Jim Cramer has a new pick at the mall -- a handbag maker that has turned its product line around with a new CEO and creative director.
Ukraine tensions are coinciding with a still-severe winter.
General Mills shares are sinking today after the company pre-announced a third-quarter profit that trailed analysts' estimates.
Profit margins are about to mean-regress. General Mills (GIS) warns. I remain of the view that the consensus forecast for 2014 S&P earnings of $120 a share is pie in the sky. Profit margins are about to mean-regress.