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Doug Kass shares his thoughts on animal spirits, and discusses his astonishment at some rising optimism.
Analysts see merit, and a real possibility, in the linkup of the brewing giant and the global soft drink brand.
Jim Cramer highlights bank, health-care companies reporting next week and what to watch.
The bond market may be a treacherous place in 2017 for investors, thanks to rising yields. What should investors do to keep up?
Investors should be cautious even after Monster Beverage's revenue guidance for the year.
Simply Beverages is expanding its line of great tasting, all-natural juices and juice drinks with two delicious and refreshing new flavors.
An upgrade on stock of Clorox doesn't mean that company is set to outperform other consumer products companies.
Donald Trump continued to rip corporate America at a press conference Wednesday, but what else did you missy?
This deal would be stunning.
Neither KO nor PEP looks like an exciting choice for year ahead.
Both stocks were downgraded to a sell; their fate is tied to the U.S. economy and the strength of the dollar.
The Coca-Cola Company will release fourth quarter and full-year 2016 financial results on Thursday, Feb.
The Israel-based company has reinvented itself, and the gains could keep coming.
WD-40's fiscal first-quarter results could be an indication that earnings this period will be lackluster.
Four more DJIA components that are well below their historic highs.
Going into earnings what the market needs now is more negativity, Cramer says.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average's road to 20,000 has another detour as a selloff in crude spooks the energy sector.
Shares of Coca-Cola could climb back up to $45 in the next few months.
A selloff in crude oil proves another roadblock in the Dow Jones Industrial Average's pursuit of 20,000.
Goldman is neutral on the beverage sector, but sees Dr Pepper Snapple going higher as Coca-Cola continues to struggle in 2017
Jim Cramer breaks down Goldman Sachs' downgrades of Coca-Cola and Procter & Gamble.
Stocks trade mostly lower Monday with the Dow Jones Industrial Average taking a pause in its race toward 20,000.
Here's what the investment bank did.