|Day Low/High||59.49 / 59.89|
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Unilever shares fell sharply at the open of trading Monday after Kraft Heinz Co withdrew its bid for the consumer products company
European stocks traded higher across the board Monday as takeover news and solid economic sentiment offset ongoing concerns over political uncertainty in the region
They are all now in play, until proved otherwise.
The indices may test intraday lows, which we haven't seen at this point in the day in a very long time.
Unilever rejected a $143 billion takeover offer from Kraft Heinz, saying the deal "fundamentally undervalues" the company.
The Unilever merger would expand Kraft's reach to brands including Axe and Hellmann's.
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Stocks claw back from lows to settle modestly lower as fears over China's economy fade.
Unilever shares fall after British supermarket chain Tesco pulls some of the company's products from its website.
U.S. stocks fluctuate during the afternoon session on Monday as nerves over the Federal Reserve's meeting this week peaks.
Jim Cramer likes thinks a deal between Unilever and Honest Co. could make sense.
Unilever shares were down Friday on word that the consumer goods company is reportedly in early discussions to buy Jessica Alba's Honest Co.
Stocks fall as Wall Street eagerly awaits next week's meeting of the Federal Reserve.
Deutsche Bank has 'no intent' of paying the Justice Department $14 billion and Apple's latest iPhone models hit the market.
Walmart's move demonstrates that you have to feed the beast or risk getting eaten.
The weaker pound is likely to benefit some U.K. companies.
Unilever says it will acquire Dollar Shave Club for roughly $1 billion as it looks to compete against rival Gillette.
For the week of July 18, the earnings parade continues, with dozens of major companies reporting financial results.
For those willing to take a risk, this volatility could be an ideal buying opportunity.
Shares of Volkswagen are down almost 40% so far this year as a result of its diesel emissions scandal.
Unilever (UL) shares are up over 7% so far this year and the consumer staples giant will continue to perform well as it expands its reach in the emerging markets.
Janet Yellen has just given the gift of a weaker dollar.
As its troubles recede, Procter & Gamble should become a leader in consumer staples.
These names are unlikely to be this low next year at this time.
There are keepers, would-be keepers and some I can live without.