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TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Monday's trending stocks.
Tyson Foods gained steam on better-than-expected earnings.
Volatility sank to its lowest level since 1993 to begin the new week as indexes held close to their flatlines.
Cash-rich Apple could be staring down the barrel of a tax-cut-driven profit explosion.
As demonstrated by the rise and fall of Chipotle, foodborne illness is no joke.
Despite Kraft Heinz-Unilever misfire, there are still promising candidates on the menu.
Tyson foods reported better-than-expected fourth-quarter earnings and raised guidance.
Jim Cramer was impressed with Tyson's earnings report.
Shares are down from $77 with a reasonable chance for a partial rebound.
Tyson Foods expects to earn between $4.70 and $4.85 a share in fiscal 2017, below analyst expectations of $4.98 a share.
Campbell Soup has been punished and the yield is not so great, so if you are in that aisle go for General Mills instead, says Jim Cramer.
It is better when rallies are based on everyone thinking stocks are inexpensive and deserve to go higher based on earnings.
U.S. stocks rose early Monday as investors parsed comments from oil officials in Iran and Iraq, hinting at a production cut at next week's OPEC meeting.
During the shortened trading week of November 21, investors will be parsing remarks from Federal Reserve Vice Chair Stanley Fischer.
The food giant's shares were climbing on news of its stake in the plant-based protein producer.
Stocks wavered in an unsettled session before ending with slight losses. A miss on the headline jobs number raised questions over the Federal Reserve's rate-hike plans.
A class-action lawsuit over poultry pricing could result in substantial damages for Tyson Foods, analyst says.
Past price action does not guarantee future price action.
For the week of August 8, the markets await Disney's earnings and July retail sales figures.
Some of the companies that supply the food for your Fourth of July barbecue are based outside the U.S.
Tyson Foods tumbled more than three percent on Monday following a downgrade from BMO Capital Markets on Monday.
U.S. indices up before Yellen's speech as sales of assets and stocks make markets move.
Will TSN have a high level sideways consolidation before its next move or will it correct lower?