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PepsiCo, Anheuser-Busch and Coca-Cola are hoping to get more people liking and tweeting about them social media during this year’s Super Bowl.
TD Ameritrade Managing Director Nicole Sherrod explains how the company is using consumer sentiment on Twitter to predict where a stock may be headed.
Jim Dunigan, CIO at PNC Asset Management, analyzes how different companies are affected by the strong U.S. dollar.
The CNBC ‘Fast Money Halftime’ trading panel says McDonald’s still has headwinds, even after CEO Don Thompson announced his retirement.
TheStreet TV’s Jack Mohr examines the incredibly strong growth of Shake Shack but says investors should pay no more than $25 a share when the company goes public Friday.
Jim Cramer said he's tired of all the excuses. Investors should stick with the companies that deliver solid earnings despite headwinds, two of which are Boeing and Colgate-Palmolive.
Cramer says Qualcomm's loss of Samsung as a customer makes it hard to value the company, while Harman's exposure to the connected car industry makes it poised for future gains.
The trading panel discussed the social media giant's spending and Qualcomm's earnings.
Pepsi will sponsor the Super Bowl Halftime Show, while PepsiCo’s other brands, like Tostitos, Doritos, Mountain Dew and Gatorade will also be present through the big game.
According to David Marcus, portfolio manager for the Evercore Global Value Fund, shares of ING and Vivendi can rise, as can ING spinoff Voya Financial.