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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.
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This takeover bid is a desperate attempt by MDLZ management to cover up its poor top-line performance.
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My 3 a.m. project this morning: I am not banking on banks. Today's stock performance could be a tad disquieting to bank bulls, though not conclusive (it's only one day!). Citigroup (C) and Bank of America (BAC) were barely higher on the day. To me, ...
Shares of Hershey's surged on Thursday after a report that Mondelez had approached the chocolate manufacturer with a $23 billion takeover offer.
The S&P 500 enjoyed a third straight day in rally mode, while closing out the second quarter with gains of more than one percent.
Just when Brexit was supposed to be disastrous for stocks, buyers blasphemously step up to spend billions on other companies.
And 2 potential deals that make sense.
It appears the Brexit-triggered panic is subsiding as markets begin to rebound.
As bid from Mondelez for Hershey shows, companies with no growth either invent it or buy it.
U.S. stocks moved more confidently higher after Bank of England's Mark Carney backed further monetary easing in the wake of the Brexit decision.
The reported takeover offer by Mondelez (MDLZ) for Hershey (HSY) is buoying consumer staples. That, in turn, is holding the S&P 500 at lofty levels.
The takeaway from the latest Fed spectacle may be to invest nothing long-term in the stock market.
As Nestle, the world's largest food marker, looks to build global brands and overcome China weaknesses, experts say the possibility of a Hershey takeover is not likely.
Activist fund Hudson Executive has quietly accumulated a stake in the health and wellness company.
U.S. stocks remained mixed through the afternoon on Tuesday.
Earnings season also continues today with Hershey and Procter & Gamble reporting before the opening bell.
It's an important signal that the market can rotate into the tried and true and isn't a one-trick industrial pony.
U.S. stocks ended around session highs on Wednesday as crude oil roared to its highest settlement of 2016.
Jim Cramer says Hershey is a play on improving convenience store sales, and as that stock comes in and bottoms, he looks at it as a buy.
Consumers are spending more money in convenience stores and Hershey is a convenience store play, says Jim Cramer.