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Campbell Soup Company (CPB)

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41.16-0.33 (-0.80%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
41.10 -0.06 (-0.15%)
After hours: 06:10PM EDT
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Previous Close41.49
Bid41.07 x 900
Ask41.15 x 1400
Day's Range40.92 - 41.66
52 Week Range40.05 - 53.77
Avg. Volume2,812,551
Market Cap12.472B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.58
PE Ratio (TTM)15.49
EPS (TTM)2.66
Earnings DateDec 07, 2021 - Dec 13, 2021
Forward Dividend & Yield1.48 (3.52%)
Ex-Dividend DateJul 13, 2021
1y Target Est46.53
  • Motley Fool

    Why the Bowl's More Than Half Full for Sinking Campbell Soup

    Your grandparents ate it, your grandchildren will too -- but coming down from a pandemic surge in sales, Campbell Soup (NYSE: CPB), has gotten a little too cold for investors. Consumers loaded their cupboards with soup during amid lockdowns, and now that more of them are vaccinated, they're buying fewer Campbell products. The company recently reported an 11% decline in sales for the fourth quarter and projected essentially no growth for its fiscal 2022 performance.

  • PR Newswire

    Campbell's® And Universal Music Group Combine Cooking And Music To Answer Age-Old Question 'What Sounds Good Tonight?'

    Music is the secret ingredient to spicing up your home cooking routine. As more Americans continue to have more meals at home, the age-old question, "What sounds good tonight?" could not be more relatable. To ignite inspiration, and to set the mood for your next home-cooked meal, Campbell's® has partnered with Universal Music Group (UMG), the world leader in music-based entertainment, to unveil a specially marked label on its iconic red and white cans that unlocks reimagined classic songs perfor

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    Why these consumer staples are out of favor among investors

    Yahoo Finance editor-at-large Brian Sozzi breaks down a recent note from Sundial Capital Research which gets into how concerns over commodities inflation and slowing consumption by shoppers has led to consumer staples stocks really being out of favor among investors.