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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.
The spice maker has been red-hot but it's now trading at 21x the midpoint of guidance and its margins are under pressure.
We would want to see near-term price weakness before we play this organizational split-up.
With food prices on the rise, individual investors may want to sample the cornucopia of related funds.
McCormick may be a hundred year old business, but it still considers itself a growth company says CEO Alan Wilson.
McCormick does have some business overlap with International Flavors & Fragrances. You say eether and I say eyether, You say neether and I say nyther; Eether, eyether, neether, nyther, Let's call the whole thing off! You like potato and I like potah...
Investors should disembark from the sector as rising fuel costs continue to weigh on bottom lines.
Rising gas prices are set to hurt the casual-dining space, so I'd start backing out.
With Yum! Brands raising its earnings outlook, I'm looking into one of its key clients -- McCormick.
These stocks are ready to jump out of your shopping cart and into your portfolio.
After fading earlier this morning on more eurozone concerns, NYSE and Nasdaq futures moved into positive territory.