General Mills Inc (GIS)

57.32
NYSE : Consumer Goods
Prev Close 56.83
Day Low/High 56.77 / 57.32
52 Wk Low/High 55.57 / 72.95
Avg Volume 3.44M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 576.14M
Market Cap 32.74B
EPS 2.80
P/E Ratio 21.05
Div & Yield 1.92 (3.40%)

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Corvex, Starboard Poised to Profit if Kraft Heinz Buys Colgate-Palmolive

Corvex, Starboard Poised to Profit if Kraft Heinz Buys Colgate-Palmolive

Corvex's Keith Meister and Starboard Value's Jeff Smith have quietly accumulated shares in the household and personal care products company.

The Bombshell With Ford's Now Former CEO Is a Harsh Reminder on the Uncertain Future for Cars

The Bombshell With Ford's Now Former CEO Is a Harsh Reminder on the Uncertain Future for Cars

Meanwhile, Tesla continues to dominate discussions in the auto industry.

What Happened to Ford's Ex-CEO Is a Harsh Reminder the Future for Cars Is Uncertain

What Happened to Ford's Ex-CEO Is a Harsh Reminder the Future for Cars Is Uncertain

Meanwhile, Tesla continues to dominate discussions in the auto industry.

Walgreens Boots Alliance, Becton Dickinson, General Mills: 'Mad Money' Lightning Round

Walgreens Boots Alliance, Becton Dickinson, General Mills: 'Mad Money' Lightning Round

Jim Cramer is bullish on Walgreens Boots Alliance, Becton Dickinson, and General Mills.

Going for the Growth: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Thursday 5/18/17)

Going for the Growth: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Thursday 5/18/17)

Money managers are piling back into growth stocks without hesitation, says Jim Cramer.

General Mills' Correction Has Probably Run Its Course

General Mills' Correction Has Probably Run Its Course

The charts are looking more favorable for the cereal maker.

Shopify, Altria, Red Hat: 'Mad Money' Lightning Round May 4 2017

Shopify, Altria, Red Hat: 'Mad Money' Lightning Round May 4 2017

Why Cramer likes Shopify, is cautious on Chemours, and long on Red Hat.

Oil Slide Puts Market Into Rotation: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Thursday 5/4/17)

Oil Slide Puts Market Into Rotation: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Thursday 5/4/17)

Gyrations hit market, as traders drop oil, buy safety.

Closing Bell: Crude Closes at Lowest Since November; Stocks Mixed After Health Care Vote

Closing Bell: Crude Closes at Lowest Since November; Stocks Mixed After Health Care Vote

It was a busy afternoon on Capitol Hill after the GOP scored a narrow victory in the passage of its health care bill through the House.

Dow Holds Lower After House Passes Health Care Vote, Crude Falls

Dow Holds Lower After House Passes Health Care Vote, Crude Falls

Stocks move mostly lower on Thursday after the House passes a bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.

Cramer: As Fed Moves to Tighten, Other Things Come Unraveled

Cramer: As Fed Moves to Tighten, Other Things Come Unraveled

The list begins with oil, but there's a ripple effect.

Investors Hungry for Change are Gobbling up Food Stocks

Investors Hungry for Change are Gobbling up Food Stocks

Cereal makers' and others as investors wager on consolidation as the world's eating habits evolve and the industry's fragmentation into specialty niches changes the nature of economies of scale.

Wall Street Fluctuates as Tesla Tumbles, Media Stocks Under Pressure

Wall Street Fluctuates as Tesla Tumbles, Media Stocks Under Pressure

Stocks fluctuate on Thursday after a large loss for Tesla and on worrying advertising trends in the media industry.

General Mills Rises as Investors See Change on the Way as CEO Plans Departure

General Mills Rises as Investors See Change on the Way as CEO Plans Departure

Investors have been eyeing firm since it said it would reorganize it into four segments: North America Retail, Europe and Australia, Asia and Latin America, and Convenience Stores and Foodservice.

Market Isn't Much of a Horse Race

Market Isn't Much of a Horse Race

Lots of stocks are in chop mode or a major decline.

No Selling? Oh Yes There Is

There are plenty of stocks going straight down.

Kraft Heinz Should Spend $121 Billion to Buy This Business, Or Else

Kraft Heinz Should Spend $121 Billion to Buy This Business, Or Else

The food giant needs a major new deal, but has shifted focus elsewhere for the meantime.

General Mills Names Jeffery Harmening New CEO

General Mills Names Jeffery Harmening New CEO

General Mills CEO Powell is retiring next year.

Jeff Harmening Named Chief Executive Officer Of General Mills

Ken Powell to Continue as Chairman of the Board until Retirement

The Oats For Cheerios Have Benefits Beyond The Cereal Bowl

Various uses for byproduct of oats, the hulls, demonstrate a commitment to sustainability at General Mills.

Here's Why You Should Hope for Panic: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Friday 4/21/17)

Here's Why You Should Hope for Panic: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Friday 4/21/17)

Jim Cramer looks at how the French elections are smacking the U.S stock markets. Plus, he has the week-ahead game plan for oil and stocks.

Top 10 Dividend Stocks to Buy Before the Next Recession

Top 10 Dividend Stocks to Buy Before the Next Recession

The S&P 500 is trading at historically overvalued levels after the Trump rally of the last five months. These 10 stocks are likely to thrive during the next recession.

SAP Latest Corporate to Put New VC to Work

SAP Latest Corporate to Put New VC to Work

Tech names like Intel and Google still dominate corporate venture capital spending, despite new efforts by retailers like Wal-Mart and General Mills.

Post Adds Weetabix to Breakfast Bowl

Post Adds Weetabix to Breakfast Bowl

Post adds the traditional British wholewheat breakfast cereal to a list of brands that includes Shredded Wheat and Raisin Bran

Mosaic, UBS, Manitowoc, Amtrust Financial Services: 'Mad Money' Lightning Round

Mosaic, UBS, Manitowoc, Amtrust Financial Services: 'Mad Money' Lightning Round

Jim Cramer is bullish on Mosaic and UBS; but he's bearish on Amtrust Financial and General Mills.

Politics, Doubts Confound Jittery Stocks: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Thursday 4/13/17)

Politics, Doubts Confound Jittery Stocks: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Thursday 4/13/17)

Even bank trees fell in the stock market woods, and no one seemed to hear the good earnings news, says Jim Cramer.