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CNBC contributor Jon Najarian noted suspicious activity stemming from General Mills (GIS) stock today, on CNBC's 'Fast Money Halftime Report.'
It could well be the stock market, not the Fed, that is driving our retail and services.
We've seen it before and we'll see it again, Cramer says. Here's how to profit from the next flash crash.
Jim Cramer is fond of General Mills because they have solid brands and can take profits and invest in new ones.
There's a reason General Mills is one of Cramer's favorites while EPR Properties' dividends make it attractive.
A year ago the market was in a massive tailspin. It survived and has been going up ever since, Cramer says.
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Walmart beats rival Target in the second quarter because consumers are happy the retailer is keeping things cheap.
Uncertainty created by control deficiencies casts pall over what had seemed like a good takeover candidate.
There are some troubling scenarios possible for Hain Celestial, which has gone from a high flyer to a company announcing accounting problems.
Accounting irregularities lead to some troubling scenarios.
A San Francisco federal judge said General Mills should face a lawsuit alleging that the company misbranded its Cheerio Protein product.
They're striking while the iron is hottest to raise money, reduce debt.
Cereal sales are slumping as millennials skip breakfast. With slight improvements in its second-quarter earnings, is Kellogg a worthwhile opportunity?
Kellogg always seems to be in cost-cutting mode and needs to find growth like other consumer staples players like Clorox and General Mills have done, said TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
Kellogg's second quarter was lacking one key ingredient: sales growth.
Kellogg likely had a challenging second quarter, according to Wall Street analysts.
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B&G Foods reported a good quarter and raised guidance after revitalizing the Green Giant brand, Cramer says.
Shares should still reach $50 by year's end, returning premiums of 12%.