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Based on the stock's modest downside and its dividend yield, I can be patient for Coca-Cola's turn.
Consumer staples are heating up as the defensive trade takes hold. Greywolf technician Mark Newton explains what he sees in the charts.
Stay focused on the companies that provide products people can't go without.
Let's take a look at the overnight and early-morning price action in the major asset classes. September morn We danced until the night Became a brand new day Two lovers playing scenes From some romantic play September morning Still can make me feel ...
A plethora of data are on tap, as well as more Washington verbiage
You should revisit homebuilders, consumer staples and other sectors that have pulled back.
This summer, consumers may seek cheaper alternatives for their grills.
Toll Brothers not only reported better-than-expected earnings, its backlog and signed contracts showed big sequential moves.
Global growth worries have tempered my view on Freeport-McMoRan and others.
As more people watch their pennies, these stocks should do well.
Stock index futures are pointing to a higher open after a wobbly start to the second quarter on Monday as traders await fresh economic data. TheStreet's Nicole Urken reports from New York.
The market seems far more focused positive macro data than on the fresh budget cuts.
With the Heinz deal inked, let's look at some other packaged-food makers in acquisition mode.
Until the spice maker gets on a sustainable growth path, shares will underperform the market.
These two names were hit much too hard on recent earnings news.
This quartet of fine companies took it on the chin Thursday -- meaning nicer prices for you and me.
With data pointing to improved growth in emerging markets, consider an ETF or companies with exposure.
Young people are eating out far less -- though companies that serve homebodies should do well.
The outlooks from Yum! Brands and Safeway will have wide implications.
Consumers are still hurting, and disposable income remains under pressure.