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Battling various industry shifts, big, old multinationals use acquisitions to tap into the fountain of youth.
Each of these high-quality dividend stocks was down at least 4% last week. The group has an average high yield near 3% and scores high in terms of dividend safety.
Check out the names that are showing technical characteristics of bullish or bearish reversal patterns over the last week.
Jim Cramer shares his views on one-track minds. Apple, Costco and Amazon are among the stocks discussed.
Jim Cramer shares his views on giving a company the benefit of the doubt. Costco, Amazon and Apache are among the stocks discussed.
Cramer says be prepared to sell the food group because it is getting too difficult to gauge.
When the market decides only one thing is working, that makes things treacherous for everyone else,
General Mills and JPMorgan Chase have been investor favorites and high earners, but signs indicate that the gains aren't sustainable.
It still has strong management that is driving needed product changes and serious cost cuts.
It's not often that you see a stock like General Mills drop three points or 4% in one day's session.
This group may prove to be the most vulnerable out there at the moment.
General Mills said today it expects to report fiscal 2017 first quarter earnings that are less than what it earned during the same quarter last year.
Stocks fluctuated on Wednesday morning as investors stand on the sidelines until any further rate-hike clues surface.
Stock futures are narrowly mixed on Wednesday morning as investors stand on the sidelines until any further rate-hike clues surface.
Jim Cramer ponders the market's inconsistencies and how some stocks get in trouble.
The lack of clarity around the restaurant chain and packaged foods business strategic review suggests that insurgent Tom Sandell may escalate his insurgency.
In rejecting Mondelez' latest offer Hershey shows it isn't sweet on its shareholders.
In rejecting Mondelez's latest offer, has the chocolate-maker forgotten it's a publicly traded company?
One thing is for sure: further consolidation in branded products is real. And really likely.
Jim Cramer ponders the presidential campaign tradition of corporate bashing and how the stock market is more important than the Fed.
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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