|Day Low/High||112.28 / 112.57|
|52 Wk Low/High||84.30 / 114.87|
Catalonia's leader is facing a final deadline to drop the region's independence bid
Global oils prices hold gains after Turkey threatens to choke-off supply from Kurdistan
Nestle opened firmly higher Wednesday after the world's biggest food company said it would buyback around $21 billion in shares over the next three years.
U.S. stocks are higher in early trading.
A roundup of Monday's trending stocks.
Third Point hedge fund turns up the heat in Switzerland
Japanese airbag maker Takata files for chapter 11 bankruptcy. The company faced billions of dollars in liabilities over its defective airbags.
Here is your round-up of the financial news from around the world.
If you piece things together from what companies tell you, the picture is pretty positive.
Nestle posted lower-than-expected full-year profits Thursday and said it would target cost cuts to boost underlying sales growth in the year ahead
European stocks drifted lower Thursday despite a strong session in Asia as a U.S. dollar retreat and mixed corporate earnings allowed benchmarks to pull back from recent multi-month highs
It has cheap shares and decent dividends, but here's the kicker -- the company might be sold.
China is developing a taste for dairy and beef. But it is desperately short of meeting demand, putting cattle-related assets in play.
Shares go for 18.7x 2017's EPS estimate, and once currency trends ease, Nestlé should post 6% to 10% earnings growth.
The dual recall of both new and replacement Galaxy Note7 phones has left Samsung Electronics shares in tatters.
Unilever says it will acquire Dollar Shave Club for roughly $1 billion as it looks to compete against rival Gillette.
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.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer discussed the bear market in biotechs while answering viewer questions from social media on Friday.
The WEF host country has a lot to offer to investors.
We're tired of the Fed talk, too, but it's still the market's focus.
Some of the most well-known American brands aren't actually so American, after all.
The mixed breed category will be introduced at the 2014 Westminster Dog Show, bringing non-purebred dogs to a Westminster event for the first time since the very earliest days of its show.
Europe's macro numbers might look good, but Nestle is struggling.
If France gets hit with bad economic news, these stocks would become great bargains.
Nestle, with its fortress-like balance sheet, also offers a backdoor way in to the Swiss franc.
John Burke, CEO of Burke Financial Strategies, says global food and restaurant stocks like McDonald's and Nestle are smart and safe plays in a volatile market.