General Mills, Inc. (GIS)

60.54
NYSE
Prev Close 60.28
Day Low/High 60.22 / 60.73
52 Wk Low/High 53.96 / 64.65
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 605.69B
Market Cap 36.51B
P/E Ratio 14.35
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)
The Daily Dose: Piecing Together a Puzzle

The Daily Dose: Piecing Together a Puzzle

These tiny, scattered stories bear watching as September nears.

Dining on Dividends

Dining on Dividends

As the consumer cuts back, these stocks deliver.

Commodities Watch

Commodities Watch

The recent move in corn prices has prompted me to check in on coffee, cocoa and sugar as well.

General Mills downgraded at Jefferies

Competition Crunches the Breakfast Cereals

Competition Crunches the Breakfast Cereals

'Portable' breakfast foods take a bite of the market.

Starbucks Is Worth Another Sip

Starbucks Is Worth Another Sip

The shares have indeed had a big run, but the company has several big growth drivers on deck.

General Mills Updates a Classic

General Mills Updates a Classic

General Mills CEO Ken Powell explains the reasons behind the revamped Hamburger Helper line and 144 years of increasing dividends.

Early-Morning Market Look

Let's take a peek at overnight and early-morning price action in a number of asset classes. Despite my protestations, the market wants to take us higher: S&P futures +5 (down 4 handles from when I awoke at 5:00 a.m. EDT); Nikkei + (back to mid-May h...

GIS Investor Day

U.S. Still the Cleanest Shirt

U.S. Still the Cleanest Shirt

General Mills is a perfect illustration as to why.

Stocks Look Up Ahead of Econ Data

Stocks Look Up Ahead of Econ Data

Futures point to a third day of gains ahead of economic data. Monsanto sacrifices losses, General Mills disappoints and Nike gets Lulu proposal.

General Mills target boosted at BMO

Shoot for the Real Goal

Shoot for the Real Goal

Trade stocks on the merits, not what China or bonds or the Fed do.

Gold Slumps, Futures Higher

Gold Slumps, Futures Higher

Gold prices slide, but futures point to a higher open after strong economic reports boosted sentiment yesterday.

Nike, BlackBerry to Report

Nike, BlackBerry to Report

Nike and BlackBerry will release quarterly earnings, plus we'll get reports on durable goods and consumer confidence in the week ahead.

Defensive Names Still Catching Bids

Defensive Names Still Catching Bids

There is going to be a fear of recession if rates keep going up.

No Reason for Futures to Slide

No Reason for Futures to Slide

Heaven forbid any justification for this meaningless drop actually relates to the U.S. market.

Post Holdings: Ripe for Takeover

Post Holdings: Ripe for Takeover

Jim Cramer looks at who Pinnacle Foods should gobble up next, in a discussion with the 'Mad Money' research director, Nicole Urken.

Cramer's Advice on Selling

Cramer's Advice on Selling

It's easy to know when to buy, but harder to know when to sell. Jim Cramer gives investors some selling guidelines.

Still Playing 'Am I Diversified?'

Still Playing 'Am I Diversified?'

There is no safety in numbers in individual sectors.

Citi Consumer Conf.

Too Many Weak Hands

Too Many Weak Hands

Despite the pullback, we remain in an overbought condition.

Growth Stocks Have Reason to Rally

Growth Stocks Have Reason to Rally

Thanks to these two earnings reports.

Remember the Margin of Safety

Remember the Margin of Safety

By focusing on what can go wrong, the question of what may go right is usually answered.

Nerve-Wracking Valuations

Nerve-Wracking Valuations

The only truly inexpensive areas are tech, industrial and finance -- and they all remain despised.

Morning Es Trading

Morning Es Trading

More than enough earnings to keep you busy.

Procter & Gamble Beats Expectations

The company did, however, lower guidance. As I suggested in yesterday's opener, the key to the overall direction of the U.S. stock market is no longer Apple (AAPL), it is the new "fab five": Colgate-Palmolive (CL), Clorox (CLX), Procter & Gamble (PG...

On the Leading Edge

On the Leading Edge

The defensive consumer nondurables sector is the new nifty fifty.

The New Fab Five

Keep a close watch on P&G, Coke, Colgate, Clorox and General Mills. "Never have so few led so many." -- Anonymous Move over the University of Michigan's 1991 basketball team, there is a new "fab five" in Market Town. The greatest college basketball ...

Remember, Everything Gets Exaggerated at First

Remember, Everything Gets Exaggerated at First

Keep that in mind as the market reacts to China this morning.