DANONE ADR(CNV INTO 1/5 EUR0.25) (DANOY)

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Prev Close 14.95
Open 14.81
Day Low/High 14.78 / 14.90
52 Wk Low/High 12.21 / 15.77
Volume 631.46K
Exchange OTC
Shares Outstanding 3279.46B
Market Cap 49.03B
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European Stocks Weaken Ahead of France Vote Despite Solid Economic Activity Data

European Stocks Weaken Ahead of France Vote Despite Solid Economic Activity Data

European stocks drifted lower in Friday trading as investors maintained a cautious tone ahead of Sunday's presidential elections in France.

Danone's Stock Drops as Activia Takes A Spoonful Out of Earnings

Danone's Stock Drops as Activia Takes A Spoonful Out of Earnings

Danone fell in Friday morning trading as disappointing sales in its yogurt division dragged down its first-quarter sales

Risky Stocks Rise in Europe but Banks Lag

Risky Stocks Rise in Europe but Banks Lag

Benchmarks were higher on Tuesday following strong gains among commodity, consumer and airline stocks

Danone Puts Stonyfield Up for Sale to Clear WhiteWave Deal

Danone Puts Stonyfield Up for Sale to Clear WhiteWave Deal

The sale of Stonyfield was agreed with the DOJ to clear the way for 'the prompt closing' of Danone's $12.5 billion deal for WhiteWave.

European Benchmarks Weighed Down by Miner and Industrials

European Benchmarks Weighed Down by Miner and Industrials

European stocks slipped after the opening bell on the final day of what has been an otherwise solid quarter

European Benchmarks Rise on M&A and Corporate Earnings

European Benchmarks Rise on M&A and Corporate Earnings

Unilever's strategic review, solid results from Lloyds and ThyssenKrupp's asset sale boosted markets

U.K. Faces 'Danone Moment' as Kraft Heinz Buckles Under Weight of Unilever Opposition

U.K. Faces 'Danone Moment' as Kraft Heinz Buckles Under Weight of Unilever Opposition

Prime Minister Theresa May faces the delicate balance of maintaining Britain's FDI credentials while avoiding a fire-sale of cheap U.K. companies.

Unilever Rejects Kraft-Heinz Bid; European Consumer Stocks Jump

Unilever Rejects Kraft-Heinz Bid; European Consumer Stocks Jump

Unilever has rejected a takeover offer from Kraft Heinz, saying the $143 billion approach has "no merit" and "fundamentally undervalues" the consumer staples company.

An Old Foe Is Back to Challenge Corporate America

An Old Foe Is Back to Challenge Corporate America

Good, old-fashioned inflation is picking back up across America Inc.

European Benchmarks Fall on Weak Earnings and Ex-Dividends

European Benchmarks Fall on Weak Earnings and Ex-Dividends

Weak earnings and ex-dividend dates drove a correction in stock markets across Europe.

A Terrible New Profit Risk for Corporate America Has Surfaced

A Terrible New Profit Risk for Corporate America Has Surfaced

Good, old-fashioned inflation is picking back up across Corporate America.

The World's Largest Yogurt Maker Just Hinted Your Morning Yogurt Could Soon Cost More

The World's Largest Yogurt Maker Just Hinted Your Morning Yogurt Could Soon Cost More

Danone launches efficiency program in a bid to combat the rising price of diary.

European Benchmarks Mixed After an Anxious Session for Investors

European Benchmarks Mixed After an Anxious Session for Investors

European stocks whipsawed as investors reacted to a White House resignation, poor eurozone data and Yellen putting tightening on the table with lawmakers

Babies Are a Big Reason Why Reckitt Benckiser Will Spend $16.6 Billion to Buy Mead Johnson

Babies Are a Big Reason Why Reckitt Benckiser Will Spend $16.6 Billion to Buy Mead Johnson

Infant formula remains a key growth market.

Reckitt Benckiser Tops FTSE 100 Gainers After Confirming $16.7 Billion Mead Johnson Approach

Reckitt Benckiser Tops FTSE 100 Gainers After Confirming $16.7 Billion Mead Johnson Approach

Reckitt Benckiser shares surged to the top of London's FTSE 100 Thursday after it said it's in talks to acquire Mead Johnson in what could be a $16.7 billion deal.

Got Milk? China's Thirst Could Prove a Cash Cow for Investors

Got Milk? China's Thirst Could Prove a Cash Cow for Investors

China is developing a taste for dairy and beef. But it is desperately short of meeting demand, putting cattle-related assets in play.

European Stocks Add Modest Gains; Dollar Rally Stalls

European Stocks Add Modest Gains; Dollar Rally Stalls

European stocks rose modestly Monday but volumes are beginning to thin ahead of the holiday break.

Danone Stock Sours as Yogurt Maker Cautions on Sales Outlook

Danone Stock Sours as Yogurt Maker Cautions on Sales Outlook

Danone says full-year sales will modestly miss estimates, but cost cuts will improve margins.

COST, AMZN, APA: Jim Cramer's Views

COST, AMZN, APA: Jim Cramer's Views

Jim Cramer shares his views on giving a company the benefit of the doubt. Costco, Amazon and Apache are among the stocks discussed.

Cramer: Former Consumer Goods Darlings Have Become Treacherous

Cramer: Former Consumer Goods Darlings Have Become Treacherous

It's not often that you see a stock like General Mills drop three points or 4% in one day's session.

Take the Pain and Exit Hain

Take the Pain and Exit Hain

Why you shouldn't bottom-fish the troubled organic-food maker.

Nestle Reiterates 2016 Guidance as First-Half Sales Growth Disappoints

Nestle Reiterates 2016 Guidance as First-Half Sales Growth Disappoints

Organic growth was strongest in the Americas, though deflationary pressures were a drag on pricing in North America.

Danone First-Half Results Top Expectations

Danone First-Half Results Top Expectations

The rosy report comes weeks after the French food group agreed to buy Silk maker WhiteWave.

AT&T a 'Safer Harbor,' Portfolio Managers Say

AT&T a 'Safer Harbor,' Portfolio Managers Say

Trifecta Stocks portfolio managers don't anticipate AT&T discussing its Yahoo bid in its latest quarterly results.

Food, Beverage Companies Winners Under GMO Label Bill

Food, Beverage Companies Winners Under GMO Label Bill

The companies that worried about GMO labeling driving up foods costs should see the benefits of having a national labeling standard.

No Losers in GMO Legislation as Kroger Applauds 'Common Sense Standard'

No Losers in GMO Legislation as Kroger Applauds 'Common Sense Standard'

Organic food companies and corporate giants seem pleased about the bipartisan effort to label GMO products.

WhiteWave Rides Another Downgrade

WhiteWave Rides Another Downgrade

The organic food producer was downgraded to 'Hold' by Jefferies.

Amazon Could Double Prime Day Sales From Last Year

Amazon Could Double Prime Day Sales From Last Year

Prime Day is in full swing, and one firm believes Amazon could double the $400 million generated last year.