|Day Low/High||60.22 / 60.73|
|52 Wk Low/High||53.96 / 64.65|
These tiny, scattered stories bear watching as September nears.
The recent move in corn prices has prompted me to check in on coffee, cocoa and sugar as well.
The shares have indeed had a big run, but the company has several big growth drivers on deck.
General Mills CEO Ken Powell explains the reasons behind the revamped Hamburger Helper line and 144 years of increasing dividends.
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...
Futures point to a third day of gains ahead of economic data. Monsanto sacrifices losses, General Mills disappoints and Nike gets Lulu proposal.
Gold prices slide, but futures point to a higher open after strong economic reports boosted sentiment yesterday.
Nike and BlackBerry will release quarterly earnings, plus we'll get reports on durable goods and consumer confidence in the week ahead.
There is going to be a fear of recession if rates keep going up.
Heaven forbid any justification for this meaningless drop actually relates to the U.S. market.
Jim Cramer looks at who Pinnacle Foods should gobble up next, in a discussion with the 'Mad Money' research director, Nicole Urken.
It's easy to know when to buy, but harder to know when to sell. Jim Cramer gives investors some selling guidelines.
By focusing on what can go wrong, the question of what may go right is usually answered.
The only truly inexpensive areas are tech, industrial and finance -- and they all remain despised.
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...
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 ...
Keep that in mind as the market reacts to China this morning.