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St. Louis Fed Pres. James Bullard's dovish comments helped lift stocks. Author David Shoemaker discusses the WWE and the pro wrestling biz.
Markets closed higher on solid earnings ahead of the Twitter IPO this week, with the company boosting the price range for shares.
U.S. futures are pointing to a higher open as SAC reportedly gets ready to announce a record insider trading settlement with the U.S. government.
Consumer staples are heating up as the defensive trade takes hold. Greywolf technician Mark Newton explains what he sees in the charts.
Here are some stocks that will do well amid a U.S. debt default -- and others that stand to get clobbered.
These charts -- half bullish, half bearish -- can give us a lot of insight into price.
These tiny, scattered stories bear watching as September nears.
The recent move in corn prices has prompted me to check in on coffee, cocoa and sugar as well.
Kellogg's strength is in its revenue and earnings-per-share growth.
General Mills CEO Ken Powell explains the reasons behind the revamped Hamburger Helper line and 144 years of increasing dividends.
Jim Cramer looks at who Pinnacle Foods should gobble up next, in a discussion with the 'Mad Money' research director, Nicole Urken.
A falling P/E negates a stock's price gains, but offers potential profits for future buyers.
These days, a good balance sheet and nice earnings are enough to shoot a stock into the stratosphere.
Jim Cramer tells TheStreet's Debra Borchardt that just because Warren Buffett likes food stocks doesn't mean they are a good bargain.
TheStreet's Debra Borchardt, Lindsey Bell and Laurie Kulikowski taste test one of the hottest categories in processed foods - snack bars.
How much to buy? My mavens on the floor of the exchange see about $400 million to buy on the close. Buy sectors include financials ($100 million), industrials ($70 million) and energy ($55 million). The only group with a sell imbalance is telecommun...
Consumer staples are outperforming. The Heinz (HNZ) deal has stimulated improving relative market performance in the staples sector. Just look at the charts of PepsiCo (PEP), Procter & Gamble (PG), Clorox (CLX), Kellogg (K), etc. today and over the ...