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Let's check out the charts and indicators to see what sort of upside remains.
The only good news -- markets don't care about U.S.-Chinese trade jitters.
These names look poised to benefit from consumers' shift toward healthier meals and Internet food shopping.
Zoe's Kitchen, Cracker Barrel and Fiesta Restaurant Group are among names that could draw the interest of potential acquirers.
Beneath the placid surface, and for a plethora of reasons, there is discomfort.
The first name is a true home run, but the other two restaurant operators have been far from hits with investors.
This administration is a lot more receptive to mergers and acquisitions.
Shares of chicken distributor Tyson Foods and cereal maker Post surged Friday morning on major earnings beats, despite booking meager sales. Translation: It pays to go lean.
This is not a good time to own AmerisourceBergen, LinkedIn or Post Holdings.
Additional jobs, retail sales and earnings reports are on tap for this week.
U.S.-bred poultry suppliers are under pressure with the U.S. Department of Agriculture continuing to receive reports of avian flu outbreaks.
We're tired of the Fed talk, too, but it's still the market's focus.
Decreased spending becomes a concern as more sectors affected.
Some can harvest commodity price declines into margin expansion.
Rising prices, tight paychecks and mismatched job opportunities continue to hound the consumer.
The recent move in corn prices has prompted me to check in on coffee, cocoa and sugar as well.
Jim Cramer looks at who Pinnacle Foods should gobble up next, in a discussion with the 'Mad Money' research director, Nicole Urken.
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