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Campbell Soup Company (CPB)

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
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49.94-0.15 (-0.30%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
49.94 0.00 (0.00%)
After hours: 05:57PM EDT
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    Gary Joshua
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    ANDRONACO
    Are you guys part of (http://traderspot.club)? They just talked about CPB
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    BBA
    $XOM conversation
    $XOM Exxon - forward P/E 9.74 - Dividend 3.66% - Quarterly Revenue Growth +52%
    $CPB - Campbell Soup- Forward P/E 15.74 - Dividend 3.26% - Quarterly Revenue Growth +7%

    $XOM should be trading around the $151.00 a share at the minimum with out taking into consideration the accelerated revenue growth.
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    Malaska
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    Lamar
    Was in the grocery store, chicken noodle soup, the little can of Campbell soup, use to be .50 cents a can, now 2.00. What were they thinking? It's not all that.
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    Kenneth
    MMMM good!
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    Stephen
    People are stocking up on soup expecting food shortages
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    Blank Check Equity LLC
    Great Stock for this moment.
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    Sunshine Design
    Down tomorrow? Maybe… noticed cpb soup is less chunky and more expensive. Better with chunks?….. better with chuuuuuuunks! Lol… a Nelson Reilly and your welcome.
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    David
    Why so down today?
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    hi_concept
    I've owned SJM for 15 years. Cost basis: pretty much the same as CPB today. That puts the day-to-day fluctuations in perspective. What you want from this type of stock is three thing: no chance of going bankrupt, high free cash flow, and high return on equity. For the rest, just give it time.
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    GME @ $15,000 pps
    I was looking at buying shares in Campbell Soup Co. last summer. They have some really great brands. Didn't pull the trigger to buy and watched stock go up modestly over months. With pandemic/stay-at-home and lots of food service going out of business soon, I like Campbell a lot now, but I'm still wondering if this is really the right stock to own long term. It's still basically a low margin, slow grower packaged food biz. My question is, do you think the "long term" picture here has changed positively, or is it just an temporary uptick for the coming quarters or at most few years?
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    Charles
    Campbell Soup price target raised to $57 from $50 at Credit Suisse 07:15 CPB Credit Suisse analyst Robert Moskow raised the firm's price target on Campbell Soup to $57 from $50 and keeps a Neutral rating on the shares. The analyst notes that the spread of the COVID-19 virus has created an unprecedented spike in demand for grocery products as consumers prepare for weeks of school closures, work-from-home arrangements, and reduced access to restaurants. His view is that this represents a shift in food consumption demand, not just a pull-forward, because consumers will need to continuously restock their homes. Moskow expects food consumption to remain elevated over the next 12 months as consumers choose to keep eating food at-home to save money, much like they did during the last three economic recessions in 1990, 2001, and 2008.
    Bullish
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    Anonymous
    Very confused by Zacks articles. They were touting this stock big time on June 4 and now are on a constant beat down. Inflation will hit every corner of this economy and we will just have to pony up more. Campbell will up their prices or reduce the product size just as all companies have done in the past. If anything people will buy more soup as they are more economical than other foods. This company is recession proof.
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    Tom
    The options tell the story.. lots of calls being bought in 53-57 range. They pushed it down in early trade to get a decent price for them. Seen this a million times. Earnings will be great, 8-10% pop from there.
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    Eric
    I think Wall St. has CPB wrong, their Debt is now less than 4X operating income and Net Interest payments will be $190M per year down from $356M in 2019. Management has also authorized 5.5% of shares outstanding to be bought back and CPB is throwing off a 3.5% dividend. That's a 9% shareholder yield!!! This is a slow grower but 10X operating earnings is too cheap for a company who consistently posts 15% operating margins! I'm hammering the buy button under $45 all day stick this one in your coffee can and check back in a decade!!!
    Bullish
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