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Some of the most well-known American brands aren't actually so American, after all.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer asks, what do you do when you see a gigantic call buyer in Clorox?
IOMA has quickly established itself in the skincare industry with its unique concept and strong commitment towards women.
Street's short-sightedness spells emerging markets opportunity.
This should cap the market's upside. Defensive, consumer staples stocks continue to be weighed down by Unilever's (UN, UL) weak sales guidance this week. This is a large segment of the market that is not likely to be going anywhere in the near term ...
We have a new precedent, too: failure to reach a last-minute deal.
Unilever talks down its sales growth expectations. "One last thing." -- Lt. Columbo Unilever (UN, UL) is talking down its sales growth expectations -- the entire consumer nondurable sector is under seige after this announcement.
While the S&P 500 struggles with a key level, this stock is in a firm uptrend.
Unilever issues record-low-yielding three-year notes. Unilever (UL, UN) has just issued $450 million of three-year notes with a 0.45% coupon. That is a record-low yield for three-year paper of corporate debt, I beleive.
Breaking down Uniliever's results, we see why so many want to throw in the towel.
Jim Cramer explains that CEOs can have tremendous influence on a company and he thinks P&G could use new leadership now
Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, explains how she's trading the P&G news.
Stephanie Link, director of research, says consumer staple stocks are hard to own right now, and only recommends buying special situations in the sector.
Reporter Brittany Umar details the day's most searched topics on Google, Yahoo! and Twitter -- including Glencore and Egypt's soccer riots.
A weaker euro and a stronger dollar can cause U.S. exports to suffer globally.
International Flavors and Fragrances is doing well in emerging markets -- just wait for a pullback.
Look at high-growth names as an indicator, and look at the safest of the safe stocks.
What matters these days are European bond auctions and not fantastic corporate balance sheets.