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U.S. stock futures are higher Tuesday while European and Asian shares trade mixed as investors react cautiously to three separate terror incidents.
On Tuesday, December 20, investors await quarterly results from FedEx and Nike.
Jim Cramer focuses on General Mills' yogurt business and its Green Giant sale ahead of earnings.
It's a slower week on Wall Street as investors wrap up business before the holiday break.
Stocks are positioned for a fall, as investors bid farewell to the Fed's punch bowl. Here are the key signals to watch in the week ahead.
Mega-cap growth stocks remain mostly disliked -- or maybe secretly liked but definitely not talked about in public.
Jim Cramer tells people to stay informed and stay focused on next week's game plan.
Swiss magazine Bilanz reported that Kraft Heinz and 3G Capital are close to a deal to take over the snack giant.
Here are Thursday's top research calls, including upgrades for MasterCard and Visa, and downgrades for General Mills and Valeant Pharmaceuticals.
Americans might be cutting back on soda, but they're still getting the munchies. Here's why PepsiCo has that winning combination.
These names show technical characteristics of bullish or bearish reversal patterns.
Despite a late start in marketing, Disney's 'Rogue One' could have a huge opening and end up being the year's biggest hit.
Coca Cola will have a 'very smooth transition' when CEO Muhtar Kent steps down in May to be replaced by the current COO James Quincy, TheStreet's Jim Cramer said.
The sector is attractive again -- start with PepsiCo, General Mills, Kimberly-Clark and Unilever.
General Mills (GIS) sent a strong signal that long time CEO Ken Powell could be nearing semi-retirement.
TheStreet uncovered a few stocks that are featured prominently in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Campbell Soup has been punished and the yield is not so great, so if you are in that aisle go for General Mills instead, says Jim Cramer.
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.
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