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Cramer shares his views on looking at oil now that the election is over. Starbucks, Kellogg and PepsiCo are among the stocks discussed.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz would really rather you didn't vote for Donald Trump. And even if you do, he figures you'll probably still need your morning coffee fix, anyway.
Sources point to a wide range of acquisition targets for the snacking giant, which offered $23 billion for Hershey.
These dividend stocks did well in the last recession, but how will they fare in the next one? Here's what their technical charts tell us.
These quality dividend-paying stocks can help your portfolio power through the next economic downturn.
Shares of General Mills are up 13% year to date, but here's why the stock doesn't look promising.
The stock's recent slide creates an attractive entry point.
Wall Street piled on gains in the final hour on relief that the Federal Reserve had opted to pause on interest rates for another month.
Stocks add to gains on Wednesday afternoon after the Federal Reserve opts to leaves rates unchanged at its September meeting.
Shares of General Mills were down slightly Wednesday after posting better-than-expected earnings for the latest quarter.
Stocks hold higher on Wednesday as investors await a policy decision from the Federal Reserve.
General Mills (GIS) posted better-than-anticipated earnings for the 2017 fiscal first quarter on Wednesday morning, but cited a difficult macro environment.
General Mills (GIS) just reported better-than-expected quarterly results. Here's how to use stock options to profit from the stock's coming rally.
Stock futures climb after the Bank of Japan makes moves to tackle deflation, while U.S. investors await a policy decision from their own central bank.
Wall Street eyes the Fed's decision on interest rates as Mylan's CEO goes to Capital Hill over the EpiPen.
U.S. stock futures rise ahead of the Federal Reserve's decision on interest rates and after the Bank of Japan tweaks monetary policy.
The maker of Cheerios says net profit in its fiscal first quarter declined 4%
General Mills (GIS) reported earnings that beat analysts' estimates for the fiscal 2017 first quarter and reiterated full-year earnings projections on Wednesday morning.
Central banks take center stage on Wednesday, September 21.
GIS is correcting, so bide your time before picking up this name.
General Mills (GIS) will report earnings and revenue for the fiscal 2017 first quarter before Wednesday's market open.
The Federal Reserve takes center stage for the week of September 19.
The much-ballyhooed meeting of the Federal Reserve is finally here.
Cramer will be monitoring earnings and the Federal Reserve next week.
General Mills has a habit of beating Wall Street's earnings expectations. It's likely to do it again next week, and here's how you can profit using stock options.
Battling various industry shifts, big, old multinationals use acquisitions to tap into the fountain of youth.
Each of these high-quality dividend stocks was down at least 4% last week. The group has an average high yield near 3% and scores high in terms of dividend safety.
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