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Despite Kraft Heinz-Unilever misfire, there are still promising candidates on the menu.
This week on Wall Street, investors will get quarterly results from Apple, a Federal Reserve meeting and the January jobs report.
Shares of these companies have been value destroyers
It might take a couple of closes above $165 to signal a breakout on the upside, or $120 on the downside.
Here's a window into what institutional investors may be doing and how to profit from that.
I continue to believe downside risks far outweigh the risks of a near-term rally.
Shares of the chocolate manufacturer were higher Friday on a strong earnings beat.
Hershey shares got an early Halloween treat Friday after earnings topped analyst forecasts.
U.S. stocks climbed after third-quarter growth in the U.S. economy picked up speed.
U.S. stocks inched higher on better-than-expected GDP numbers and earnings reports.
The stock's recent slide creates an attractive entry point.
Apart from the Fed, there are other factors that make investors nervous.
Shares of Mondelez International were lower Wednesday as the snack manufacturer detailed its U.S. growth strategy after it abandoned its bid for Hershey.
Consumer cyclical and defensive names are showing bearish characteristics.
Jim Cramer believes Hershey should have accepted the offer made by Mondelez.
In rejecting Mondelez's latest offer, has the chocolate-maker forgotten it's a publicly traded company?
Apple could be forced to pay billions to Ireland while Mondelez isn't too sweet on Hershey anymore.
The European Union has ruled against Apple and its tax arrangement with Ireland.
The Oracle of Omaha was right to slash his stake in the retailer.
Don't expect any serious fireworks from Kraft Heinz when it reports its second quarter results on Thursday after the bell, says Jim Cramer
It’s a good time to see if any pruning or planting needs to be done.
The central bank tossed the market a well-spun curveball on Wednesday.
He needs Mondelez to make a deal -- any deal.
All of these add up to a level of insecurity on the part of sidelined money.
It's a pretty broad spectrum, but they've definitely arrived.