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Unilever's strategic review, solid results from Lloyds and ThyssenKrupp's asset sale boosted markets
M&A continued as a key influence for European stocks while politics also returned to the fore as polls narrowed in favor of Le Pen
Kraft Heinz's offer for Unilever boosted the FTSE 100 in London, but markets were in the red elsewhere.
Cramer shares his views on looking at oil now that the election is over. Starbucks, Kellogg and PepsiCo are among the stocks discussed.
Stocks add to gains on the first trading day in May as gains in the consumer staples sector overshadow another decline in energy.
The jobs numbers are the headliner economic event of the week.
U.S. stock futures are rising as investors await jobless claims data and digest a sharp drop in media stocks like Disney and Fox.
Mondelez reports second-quarter fiscal 2015 earnings on Wednesday. Expect a solid quarter driven by organic growth and operating margin expansion.
U.S. stocks opened higher on reports that Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras sent a letter to European creditors agreeing to most conditions of a financing deal.
Jim Cramer answers viewers' Twitter questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Here's what he has to say about Kraft, Monster Beverage, Coca-Cola and more.
Key takeaways from Warren Buffett and the most-anticipated investor event of the year, Berkshire Hathaway's annual meeting.
On the heels of Nokia's proposed Alcatel Lucent purchase, here's a closer look at what to do with a stock after a M&A, regardless of whether you already own it.
In 2014, most proxy fights that went to a vote ended in outright or partial wins for the dissidents. These battles could go the distance this year.
By Carly Forster Kraft Foods (NASDAQ: KRFT) announced on Tuesday, March 24th after market close that it will merge with H.J. Heinz Co. in a deal that will create the world’s fifth largest food a...
The CEO of PepsiCo (PEP) could be facing pressure from one of its investors to implement a succession plan.
Major secular industry changes are exposing weaknesses in IBM and Coca-Cola.
Growth in China isn't gangbusters like it was a few years ago. Here's what that means for investors.