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PepsiCo's (PEP) stock price target was boosted to $120 at BMO Capital on Friday.
Shares of PepsiCo traded slightly higher after the company reported lower revenue, but growth in EPS.
Pepsi beat Wall Street expectations, and it has been able to adapt its products to meet changing consumer preferences for healthier foods and beverages.
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With Pepsi showing better sequential results in emerging markets, Coke could easily follow suit.
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The quick-service giant will launch a line of bottled, branded coffee in partnership with Coca-Cola in early 2017.
Our new target reflects the blowout quarter, its best-in-class growth profile and consistent value creation.
U.S. stocks fall into the red by late Thursday morning as Mylan kicks off a selloff in health care.
Pepsi just lifted its full-year profit outlook, despite several major external threats.
Stocks fluctuate on Thursday as equities and oil stabilizes after a late-session rally a day earlier.
PepsiCo (PEP) on Thursday morning reported earnings and revenue above analysts' expectations for the 2016 third quarter.
The beverage and snack giant continues its successful year in the third quarter.
U.S. stocks moved lower Thursday, despite Wednesday's agreement by OPEC to cut oil production.
PepsiCo (PEP) reported 2016 third-quarter earnings that beat analysts' expectations before the market open on Thursday.
Investments are clearly paying off and we anticipate raising our price target as the stock reacts today to the results.
Stock futures are slightly lower on Thursday in a soft retreat from a late-session rally in equities and oil a day earlier.
OPEC takes everyone by surprise, but production cuts are dubious, and Wells Fargo's CEO heads back to Capitol Hill.
Crude oil slips early Thursday after prices spiked following a surprise agreement by OPEC members to curb production; U.S. stock futures edge higher; Pepsico's earnings tops estimates.
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Wells Fargo will be back in the spotlight on Thursday, September 29, as its CEO John Stumpf returns to Capitol Hill to answer questions about its fake bank account scandal.
Jim Cramer says he'll be watching quarterly results from Pepsico, which are due to be released on Thursday, before the markets open.