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U.S. stock futures are trading mixed Tuesday ahead of data on U.S. economic growth and housing.
With consumers saving more at the gas pump, there's more money left over to shop for groceries. That could lead to higher stock prices for packaged foods in 2016.
ConAgra Foods (CAG) will release its latest financial report before the market open on Tuesday.
As the year winds down and the fund managers start selling stocks, Cramer will be watching for important earnings and economic data in a holiday-shortened week.
It has a good dividend and is in the middle of a restructuring. The smart play here is to hold these shares and allow the company to execute its plan.
The sportswear company reports earnings Tuesday.
It will be a short holiday week on Wall Street, but before everyone takes off, a few big companies will tell us whether their latest quarters were naughty or nice.
For the week of December 21, TheStreet awaits quarterly results from ConAgra Foods (CAG), Nike (NKE) and Micron Technology (MU).
Investors looking for yield in 2016 should consider one of J.P. Morgan's top picks for income.
ConAgra Foods (CAG) stock is rising before the company reports its fiscal 2016 second quarter financial results on Tuesday before the market open.
ConAgra (CAG) stock was initiated with a 'buy' rating and a $50 price target at Jefferies on Wednesday.
ConAgra Foods, Inc., (NYSE: CAG) one of North America's leading food companies, will report its fiscal 2016 second-quarter results on Tuesday, Dec.
The board of directors of ConAgra Foods, Inc., (NYSE: CAG) approved a dividend payment of $0.
The national restaurant chain will likely need to hire an investment bank and consider spinning off or selling its packaged foods business or face a shareholder insurgency.
J.P. Morgan analysts identified the most compelling investments for 2016 across growth, value, income-oriented, short and market-neutral strategies. Below is the list of stocks that made the analysts' top picks.
Just in time for #GivingTuesday, a day dedicated to giving back, the ConAgra Foods Foundation today unveiled Hunger Volunteer Connection.
ConAgra Foods, Inc. (NYSE:CAG) - Continuing in its journey toward zero waste, and in recognition of last week's America Recycles Day, ConAgra Foods announced its annual Zero Waste Champion award winners.
Companies with a hankering for Slim Jims or frozen potatoes will be able to satisfy their M&A cravings after ConAgra's split next year.
After selling its private label food unit, food giant ConAgra will split into two pure-play food businesses.
Representing ConAgra Foods Inc.'s (CAG) latest effort to reignite growth, the Omaha, Neb.-based food giant announced plans on Wednesday to break into two, separate publicly traded companies.
ConAgra Foods (CAG) stock is jumping on Wednesday after the food company earlier this morning announced that it would separate into two independent public companies.
ConAgra Foods, Inc. (NYSE: CAG) (the "Company") today announced plans to pursue the separation of the Company into two independent public companies: one comprising its robust consumer portfolio of diverse and leading brands...
Peter Pan®, a brand of ConAgra Foods, Inc. (NYSE: CAG), is delivering innovation to the peanut butter category with the introduction of Peter Pan Simply Ground™.
In trading on Thursday, shares of ConAgra Foods, Inc. crossed below their 200 day moving average of $39.64, changing hands as low as $39.29 per share.
A rare technical pattern has CAG poised for a volatile move lower.
Treehouse Foods had potential, Rubbermaid's got the goods and he's a big fan of Brunswick, Cramer says.
Big investors are willing to pay a lot more for a host of companies for a multitude of different reasons, Cramer says.
Consumer packaged goods giants from Campbell Soup Co. (CPB) to General Mills Inc. (GIS) are being pressed by analysts.
U.S. stocks opened steady on Monday as investors hope to build on October's momentum, which was the best month for stocks in four years.
Here are 10 high-growth companies (and two honorable mentions) struggling food and beverage giants should consider in the natural and organic sector.
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