|Day Low/High||60.07 / 61.28|
|52 Wk Low/High||42.00 / 63.10|
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio manager Jim Cramer thinks Unilever is still a buy.
Cramer breaks down Thursday's trending stocks.
The central bank will probably hike rates this week, which could have unpleasant consequences for bulls.
Despite Kraft Heinz-Unilever misfire, there are still promising candidates on the menu.
Unilever is one of the biggest consumer goods manufacturers in the world.
A deal such as this could signal a market top.
The world's biggest consumer goods company warns that a difficult environment lies ahead.
Johnson & Johnson is buying the Swiss biotech Actelion for $30 billion.
Harry's is disrupting an industry that was in need of disruption: shaving.
The ECB's monetary stimulus is working, and more may be on the way.
A decline in UN below $42.50 would be a new low and might tip the scales to the downside.
Keurig, Jarden and Newell Rubbermaid are fantastic companies.
This trio enjoys competitive advantages that should serve investors well over the long haul.
TheStreet’s Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager and host of CNBC’s ‘Mad Money ‘ Jim Cramer talked about Procter & Gamble's (PG) earnings report when answering viewers questions.
These names are unlikely to be this low next year at this time.
Expect more deals in the media space following this week’s sale of the Financial Times, according to Martin Sorrell, CEO of the advertising firm WPP.
It's time to move from strong-dollar stocks to beaten-down names.
Jim Cramer answers viewers' Twitter (TWTR) questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.