Kellogg Company (K)

61.30
0.30 0.49
NYSE
Prev Close 61.60
Open 62.14
Day Low/High 60.96 / 62.17
52 Wk Low/High 56.61 / 68.60
Volume 1.93M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 340.88B
Market Cap 21.04B
P/E Ratio 16.90
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)

Kellogg downgraded at Deutsche

Fed's Bullard Boosts Stocks

Fed's Bullard Boosts Stocks

St. Louis Fed Pres. James Bullard's dovish comments helped lift stocks. Author David Shoemaker discusses the WWE and the pro wrestling biz.

Markets Higher On Earnings

Markets Higher On Earnings

Markets closed higher on solid earnings ahead of the Twitter IPO this week, with the company boosting the price range for shares.

Futures Up, SAC to Settle

Futures Up, SAC to Settle

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.

A Grand Illusion

A Grand Illusion

The action is deceptive considering what's going on in individual names.

Consumer Staples Heating Up

Consumer Staples Heating Up

Consumer staples are heating up as the defensive trade takes hold. Greywolf technician Mark Newton explains what he sees in the charts.

Trim Stocks That Rallied Hard This Year

Trim Stocks That Rallied Hard This Year

Revisit your stop losses, don't set them and forget them.

Kellogg downgraded at BofA/Merrill

Have a Plan in Place, Just in Case

Have a Plan in Place, Just in Case

Here are some stocks that will do well amid a U.S. debt default -- and others that stand to get clobbered.

The Flight to Safety Is Upon Us

The Flight to Safety Is Upon Us

Investors are moving into packaged consumer goods.

Seven Charts, Pulled out of a Hat

Seven Charts, Pulled out of a Hat

These charts -- half bullish, half bearish -- can give us a lot of insight into price.

Kellogg downgraded at JP Morgan

The Daily Dose: Piecing Together a Puzzle

The Daily Dose: Piecing Together a Puzzle

These tiny, scattered stories bear watching as September nears.

Dining on Dividends

Dining on Dividends

As the consumer cuts back, these stocks deliver.

Commodities Watch

Commodities Watch

The recent move in corn prices has prompted me to check in on coffee, cocoa and sugar as well.

This Stock Could Snap, Crackle and Pop

This Stock Could Snap, Crackle and Pop

Kellogg's strength is in its revenue and earnings-per-share growth.

Competition Crunches the Breakfast Cereals

Competition Crunches the Breakfast Cereals

'Portable' breakfast foods take a bite of the market.

General Mills Updates a Classic

General Mills Updates a Classic

General Mills CEO Ken Powell explains the reasons behind the revamped Hamburger Helper line and 144 years of increasing dividends.

Post Holdings: Ripe for Takeover

Post Holdings: Ripe for Takeover

Jim Cramer looks at who Pinnacle Foods should gobble up next, in a discussion with the 'Mad Money' research director, Nicole Urken.

Targeting Some High Fliers

Targeting Some High Fliers

I am seeing topping patterns and big downside risk in atypical names.

Still Playing 'Am I Diversified?'

Still Playing 'Am I Diversified?'

There is no safety in numbers in individual sectors.

The Day Ahead: Buffett, Buffett and More Buffett

The Day Ahead: Buffett, Buffett and More Buffett

Dream with Buffett but invest with your head. 

K Investor Mtg.

Compressed Spring Stocks

Compressed Spring Stocks

A falling P/E negates a stock's price gains, but offers potential profits for future buyers.

New Highs Just for Signing Up

New Highs Just for Signing Up

These days, a good balance sheet and nice earnings are enough to shoot a stock into the stratosphere.

Cramer: Don't Overpay For Food Stocks

Cramer: Don't Overpay For Food Stocks

Jim Cramer tells TheStreet's Debra Borchardt that just because Warren Buffett likes food stocks doesn't mean they are a good bargain.

The Only Bubble I See

The Only Bubble I See

Safety stocks aren't every going to be crushed, but could certainly stumble.

Test Kitchen: Healthy Snack Bars

Test Kitchen: Healthy Snack Bars

TheStreet's Debra Borchardt, Lindsey Bell and Laurie Kulikowski taste test one of the hottest categories in processed foods - snack bars.

Market on Close Imbalances

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...

Mr. Market Is Getting Defensive

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 ...