|Day Low/High||60.69 / 61.12|
|52 Wk Low/High||52.08 / 62.41|
The company's results were stellar, and the stock is down on concerns about Europe's economy.
We will continue to add on the pullback given our long-term horizon.
Nestle says conditions remain 'tough' as higher costs and a stronger Swiss franc pressure results and offset price increases, but it sees growth ahead, particularly in emerging markets.
The Fed minutes don't tell us anything new, and we'll take advantage of today's rocky action.
I'm still bullish on this portfolio name after a recent conference call.
Even in this difficult market, there's still money to be made on stocks.
Stocks are down hard on the S&P debt downgrade and news out of Europe, but we have our list of buys ready for when the time is right.
We're going to continue to deploy our cash today, bulking up our positions in two holdings.
Stocks are moving higher on the back of strong jobs numbers -- we're not out of the woods by any means, but we're also not at 2008 levels.
Look at high-growth names as an indicator, and look at the safest of the safe stocks.
These two names are surprising investors with better-than-expected results.
Growth, earnings and margins are all better than expected, and we expect estimates to go higher.
What matters these days are European bond auctions and not fantastic corporate balance sheets.
Unilever, owner of the Dove, Lipton, and Ben & Jerry's brands, reports a rise of 10% in first-half earnings.
Clorox beats fourth-quarter profit expectations thanks to higher sales, a lower tax rate and share repurchases.
As the market adjusts to the debt agreement and poor economic data, we will continue to cut losses, take profits, buy bargains and diversify.
Business events and economic reports scheduled for the coming week
Newell Rubbermaid beats quarterly expectations but lowers its profit guidance for the year.
We are using the cash from selling out a pair of positions to play the decline by adding to four other names.
Colgate-Palmolive beats quarterly expectations as profit rises 3.2% despite slower consumer demand in North America.
The slowdown may be more serious than it first looked. We'll look to sell this one on a bounce.
This company has strong brands, emerging-market exposure and pricing power, and its stock's valuation is right.
Jim Cramer says Clorox would be perfect for a Unilever counter to Procter & Gamble, which once owned the company but had it divested by an aggressive FTC in the 1960s.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn encourages Clorox to shop around for other bidders, and names names on who else might look to buy the home products maker.
The weakness in European markets may offer long-term opportunity for astute U.S. investors.
P&G and Coca-Cola are among the companies considering pulling their advertising from U.K. tabloid News of the World amid phone hacking allegations.
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