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JPMorgan leads the way for Wall Street banks' earnings while the Bank of England decides to leave U.K. interest rates unchanged.
Yum! Brands posted earnings of $0.75 a share on sales of $3.01 billion in the second quarter.
I see real value in 2 places, and you don't have to walk around town to find them.
The second quarter earnings parade continues on Wednesday, July 13, with Yum! Brands after the close.
Jim Cramer says China will pose headwinds for Yum! Brands.
There will be much better opportunities after this week in terms of volatility and potential large moves
Investors are gearing up for the start of second quarter earnings season this week.
Next week will bring out Federal Reserve Presidents in droves as Alcoa leads off June-quarter earnings reports.
I'm not batting a thousand, but some of my calls are looking good.
The retail titan's sale of its China-based e-commerce marketplace business is a savvy move.
Just as Chipotle starts to rebound, Whole Foods gets hit with a new claim.
The major chains are beating the S&P 500, but SHAK and others lag.
Jim Cramer says Chipotle will come back following its mega E.coli outbreak.
The problem is, Pizza Hut's parent company is pulling out of China.
Comps missed estimates, the Japanese segment is a drag and SBUX may be losing market share in the U.S.
Let's hope that the Chinese didn't like the Sands and went everywhere else.
Alexander Hamilton maintains his place on the $10 bill, attitudes toward marijuana warm, and Yum! Brands reports earnings.
Yum! Brands posted earnings of $0.95 share on revenue of $2.62 billion in its latest quarter.
Yum! shareholders can expect a mixed bag of results in the fast-food giant's postmarket earnings call.
The big question for Wednesday April 20, will be whether Barbie can help Mattel beat bleak expectations.
Jim Cramer is keeping an eye on quarterly results from Yum! Brands, set to be released on Wednesday after the markets close.
U.S. stocks extended losses in the final hour, after oil logged its worst daily drop since February 11.
Break in! Yum! Brands (YUM) is reportedly talking to KKR (KKR) and others about selling off its nearly 20% stake in the company's China operations for approximately $10 billion. YUM has previously announced plans to divest its China business.