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Did you know some of your favorite products are owned by General Mills?
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These names look poised to benefit from consumers' shift toward healthier meals and Internet food shopping.
It looks like Wall Street didn't even come close to discounting the favorable impact of tax reform.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Wednesday's trending stocks.
Analysts across the board upgraded a host of major stocks on Wednesday, including Oracle, IBM and United Technologies, among others.
Stocks put in broad gains supported by tax cuts, bonuses, a weaker dollar and more.
Thanksgiving week frequently sees buyers pay up and sellers walk away.
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This may be the only way it can achieve growth.
The worst may be yet to come for consumer staples stocks based on the technical signals.
The food aisles are brutally competitive right now. From the rise of organics to the ability to shop online, big food needs to have cool ideas if they want to get the consumer's dollars. Here's what General Mills is up to on the big idea front.
These stocks are now seen as a flight to safety.
The magic of this portion of the consumer-products stocks seems to be gone.
General Mills is down more than 5% as weak guidance underscores the likely continued weakness in consumer packaged goods shares, including Campbell Soup , Procter & Gamble , Unilever , Mondelez and Kraft Heinz , among others. Here is my negative i...
Credit Suisse on Campbell Soup: Following up on Campbell Soup's public disagreement in the soup category with Wal-Mart , Credit Suisse says the dispute specifically relates to Wal-Mart's demands for lower everyday price points on Campbell's condense...
Chobani gets into traditional yogurt.
Wall Street ended sharply higher in a rebound from Tuesday's losses.
The company still needs to show some top line growth.