Yum! Brands is the owner of several fast food chains and is in the perfect spot to benefit from its global position.
The latest European Central Bank meeting highlighted how the European economy remains a mess. This has an impact for both the upcoming second quarter earnings and global foreign exchange rates.
Here's why a dull, shorter-term earnings outlook was not the most important comment from Philip Morris International at its Investor meeting in Switzerland.
Expectations matter in investments. Recently, Coach and Smith & Wesson showed how too much optimism and too much pessimism potentially creates opportunity for investors.
General Electric shareholders should not worry if the company loses out in its bid for France's Alstom -- in fact, it could be a blessing in disguise.
The IMF's reduction in its Chinese economy growth forecast really highlights the importance of ongoing economic reform in China, which will slow growth in the short term but set the stage for sustainable long-term growth.
The European Central Bank cut a number of interest rates earlier today, including the introduction of a negative deposit rate. Is this good or bad news for the region -- and for the world economy?
Sina shares have fallen about 50% from their highs earlier this year. But a close look at the company's first-quarter numbers and its stake in Weibo shows an investment opportunity.
Campbell Soup's numbers disappointed market watchers, with core soup sales declining slightly. Is the brand under pressure?
The failure of the Omnicom/Publicis merger does not mean that investors should ignore the advertising sector. Interpublic offers both growth prospects and potential merger interest.