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Jim Cramer has a new pick at the mall -- a handbag maker that has turned its product line around with a new CEO and creative director.
Ukraine tensions are coinciding with a still-severe winter.
General Mills shares are sinking today after the company pre-announced a third-quarter profit that trailed analysts' estimates.
Profit margins are about to mean-regress. General Mills (GIS) warns. I remain of the view that the consensus forecast for 2014 S&P earnings of $120 a share is pie in the sky. Profit margins are about to mean-regress.
Here's what was bad -- and good, and better -- about these numbers. "Apple's shares drop back under $500 a share, never breaching $600 to the upside and spending most of the year under $525 a share as profit estimates are again shaved. (Icahn dumps ...
General Mills' Seinfeld Schtick and Bernie Madoff's Boneheaded Banker top the Dumbest Things on Wall Street.
Shares of packaged food company General Mills are falling on Wednesday after reporting lower-than-expected quarterly results.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says FedEx will be 'a strong story in 2014' but he prefers UPS. He also prefers Whole Foods Market to General Mills.
AMC Entertainment will begin trading Wednesday, General Mills and FedEx report earnings and Jim Cramer tries on Nike. Plus, we wait out the Fed taper call. Jonathan Marino at the Nasdaq Market Site.
Here's a whole new crop of stocks that I think can beat next year's market.
Diageo and Lenovo are cheap plays for a growing China, says John Burke, President of Burke Financial Strategies.
Let's take a look at the overnight and early-morning price action in the major asset classes. The rundown: S&P futures are up 2; Nasdaq futures are up 8; Nikkei is up 1.35%; China Shanghai is up 0.30%; European markets are up 1.4%; euro is down; cru...
The markets rose smartly last week despite mounting uncertainties.
The biggest event next week will be the Federal Reserve meeting, when it will address tapering of its bond-buying program.
Consumer packaged goods plays are selling off and interest rates continue to move higher.