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The deal shows that low interest rates work to stimulate the corporate sector.
European stocks are gaining steam today. Crude oil is also recovering. All this as Wall Street is counting down to jobs Friday tomorrow.
Luck matters, but what you do with it matters more.
As bid from Mondelez for Hershey shows, companies with no growth either invent it or buy it.
Traders should anticipate a test of the 52-week highs around $52 to $53.
Activist fund Hudson Executive has quietly accumulated a stake in the health and wellness company.
Jim Cramer says investors should own WhiteWave for its fundamentals, and not because an activist investor is accumulating a stake.
After his recent investment problems, the pro golfer should stick with what he knows.
The golf company recently put up its best bottom-line in years.
Pro golfer Phil Mickelson is being investigated in conjunction with insider trading at Dean Foods and Jim Cramer says he would've made more money if he'd just held onto it.
WhiteWave Foods may be a pricey stock in terms of its multiple, but the company can keep up because the market for natural foods continues to grow.
WhiteWave Foods posted first quarter earnings of $0.28 a share on revenue of $1.04 billion.
Into tomorrow's earnings, consider one of two ratio put spreads.
In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for the week of May 9, investors will get results from Tyson Foods, Walt Disney, Macy's and Nordstrom.
Companies looking for growth products may be tempted by the price.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer said WhiteWave (WWAV) could make a good acquisition target for a few food companies looking to expand their footprint in branded natural and organic foods.
But perhaps it's best to wait until the Fed storm passes.
Plus, a breakdown of key takeaways and its impact for the Charitable Trust portfolio.
Jim Cramer said Fitbit is now in the penalty box after it issued weak guidance with its earnings report.
Shares of Zoe’s Kitchen are down almost 40% since the stock hit a two-year high last summer.
As Janet Yellen's testimony has increased confusion, markets continue to sell off.
In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for Thursday Feb. 11, get ready for earnings from PepsiCo and WhiteWave.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer, said investors ought to wait until after WhiteWave Foods reports quarterly results Thursday.
This week, investors will be watching quarterly results from a host of major companies, along with Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen’s bi-annual Congressional address.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer said Chart Industries is a 'stressed' stock because of the drop in oil prices.
Jim Cramer said the U.S. has too many retailers and too many department stores, but he does like Macy’s (M) at $35 a share.