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The acquisition is a parting shot for a CEO that transformed Pepsi's health profile
These consumer products names are the comeback kings of this market.
Markets rose on Tuesday, bouncing back from a dismal session on Monday.
Here are two gigantic reasons why this market seems to want to go higher at every turn.
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TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer analyzes Monday's trending stocks from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
As new Pepsi CEO takes over, the company readies for a for renewed battle for international markets.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said Pepsico CEO Indra Nooyi has done a "remarkable job."
PepsiCo's new CEO will have to figure out how to spark the beverage business and whether or not to spin it off from snacks.
Caesars shares are up more than 5% Monday.
'We can't just focus on every quarter,' she told me. 'That's not the way you build sustainable companies.'
The real reason the stock may be popping after the CEO news.
After overseeing expansion of PepsiCo Indra Nooyi Steps Down as CEO
PepsiCo will soon have a new CEO. Ramon Laguarta will quickly face some big challenges at the beverage and snacks giant. Let the Apple iPhone rumors begin.
Let's get a cold one from the refrigerator and look at the charts again.
The group has turned around in recent months, and signs of a top have yet to emerge.
As hedge funds are forced to unwind tech positions, here is how to play the rotation.
PepsiCo recently beat on earnings expectations but the future may not be in soda for them -- its just may be in seltzer. And we had our own millennial taste test to see how the company's Bubly stacks up. Watch!
Earnings have been strong, and analysts will soon start to concentrate more on actual weakness than shadow-boxing weakness.
These blue chips pay shareholders handsomely in the form of dividends and share buybacks.
This is likely to be quickly forgotten again and the focus turn to earnings.
The company's strong quarter should scare the Dickens out of the naysayers.
The DJIA and S&P 500 had some decent gains, but breadth was negative with about 3,230 to 3,600 losers.
If second quarter's results are any indication, Pepsi is not letting consumers' changing tastes slow it down.
The soft-drink giant is up some 4% on good earnings. Here's a three-part call play on the move.
Second-quarter results were good enough to make PEP a safe haven for those looking to park some cash.