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Wall Street is lower on Wednesday, as a decline in oil prices brings down stocks in the energy sector. Investors are still unsure of tax reform, too.
Wall Street is lower on Wednesday, as a decline in oil prices brings down stocks in the energy sector.
JM Smucker, Conagra and Kellogg shares were all falling Wednesday morning.
Paying attention to valuation fluctuations can help you profit from a conservative name.
Tyson's $7.7 billion deal for Hillshire seemed expensive at the time, but it has allowed Tyson to become a fantastic business.
The most recent short interest data has been released for the 10/31/2017 settlement date, and we here at Dividend Channel like to sift through this fresh data and order the underlying components of the S&P 500 by "days to cover." There are a number of ways to look at short data, for example the total number of shares short; but one metric that we find particularly useful is the "days to cover" metric because it considers both the total shares short and the average daily volume of shares typically traded. The number of shares short is then compared to the average daily volume, in order to calculate the total number of trading days it would take to close out all of the open short positions if every share traded represented a short position being closed.
This may be the only way it can achieve growth.
Stocks are slightly higher on Wednesday as consumer staples names climb.
Jim Cramer asks, why aren't people willing to admit that global growth and earnings are genuinely good?
After a long road down, Kellogg is being liked again.
Another rally in the tech sector gives the Nasdaq the energy to close out October with another record on Tuesday.
Jim Cramer wants to know, why buy Kellogg when you can buy a company like Apple? Overall sales at K are lacking growth.
Stocks are slightly higher as tech gains kept the Nasdaq in the green.
This quarter's proven to be one of tremendous, nearly unrecognizable bounty.
Stocks hold at session highs as a two-day tech rally extends into a third and better-than-expected earnings from Mondelez and Kellogg sweep the consumer staples sector higher.
Stocks are mixed as a surprise selloff in Pfizer shares weigh on the Dow Jones Industrial Average but tech gains keep the Nasdaq in the green.
Stock futures move higher on Tuesday, setting up for a recovery from losses a day earlier as U.S. central bankers convene for a policy meeting.
The fundamentals are there, supported by earnings. Let's look at the charts.
U.S. stock futures are rising on Tuesday, as the Federal Reserve begins a two-day policy meeting.
President Trump tweeted Sunday that reports that special counsel Robert Mueller is about to unseal an indictment are a partisan distraction from his legislative achievements.
The impact of a string of devastating hurricanes in late August and early September will again be the focus of investor attention in the coming week.
Jim Cramer looks at Amazon, Alphabet, Intel and Microsoft and says his biggest problem in analyzing them is that they are such visionaries, he just can't keep up.
But Pepsi and its competitors may have no choice but to pay up for premium brands.
The company will pay $600 million, or 5 times projected 2017 sales, for protein bar brand Rxbar.
RXBAR will remain a standalone business and will be able to leverage Kellogg's scale and resources to drive its growth further.
The stock market is out of control, just like a speeding truck barreling down a highway. Just take a glimpse at the various intense bullishness swirling around Wall Street.
The organic food company should probably sell part or all of itself in pieces, according to company followers. Potential bidders for all or part of the company could include PepsiCo, Campbell Soup, Hormel Foods, General Mills, Kraft Heinz among others.
The S&P 500 secured a new record high on Thursday, Sept. 28, in a session in which third-quarter growth concerns surfaced and consumer stocks did the heavy lifting.
Jim Cramer weighs in on the trending news of the day from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Stocks are mostly higher on Thursday, Sept. 28, as consumer names give rise to the Dow Jones Industrial Average but losses among media companies weigh on the Nasdaq.
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