It's not easy finding safe havens - or buying opportunities - in the Brexit storm, so investors will have to look to earnings reports for upside opportunities, according to TheStreet's Jim Cramer. In his view, investors might find entry points into General Mills (GIS) and McCormick (MKC) shares after they report quarterly results later this week. Cramer said he wishes there were more compelling opportunities but the earnings outlook is simply 'not that strong'. He said he does not want to get in front of earnings estimate cuts.
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