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The company still needs to show some top line growth.
Meanwhile, Tesla continues to dominate discussions in the auto industry.
The charts are looking more favorable for the cereal maker.
It was a busy afternoon on Capitol Hill after the GOP scored a narrow victory in the passage of its health care bill through the House.
The list begins with oil, but there's a ripple effect.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer discusses Wednesday's most talked about stocks including Nike, General Electric, General Mills and Sears Holdings.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on what's next for General Mills following its latest quarterly earnings report.
Stocks ended at session lows and with the worst losses of the year as the shine of the Trump rally wore thin.
Investors await earnings from Nike after the closing bell.
General Mills is causing a buzz by removing the honey bee from its box.
Despite Kraft Heinz-Unilever misfire, there are still promising candidates on the menu.
This week's Trade of the Week is long Campbell Soup ($58.48). I view this trade as an opportunistic buy after the shares fell off mightily -- by more than $4 -- on Friday based on several factors: CPB had a bottom-line beat of three cents per share,...
Value stocks will extend their outperformance over growth stocks that began last year.
Jim Cramer on General Mills earnings: 'Annies was good, but yogurt was bad.'
U.S. stocks inched higher Tuesday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average closing in on 20,000, despite alleged terror attacks in Berlin, Zurich and Turkey on Monday
On Tuesday, December 20, investors await quarterly results from FedEx and Nike.
"First gear, it's all right (Honda, Honda, go faster, faster) Second gear, I'll lean right (Honda, Honda, go faster, faster) Third gear, hang on tight (Honda, Honda, go faster, faster) Faster, it's all right." -- Beach Boys, "Little Honda" With a b...
Jim Cramer focuses on General Mills' yogurt business and its Green Giant sale ahead of earnings.
Mega-cap growth stocks remain mostly disliked -- or maybe secretly liked but definitely not talked about in public.
These names show technical characteristics of bullish or bearish reversal patterns.
The sector is attractive again -- start with PepsiCo, General Mills, Kimberly-Clark and Unilever.