CSC.MU - CAMPBELL SOUP CO.DL-,0375

Munich - Munich Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
31.10
+0.23 (+0.75%)
At close: 8:00AM CET
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Previous Close30.87
Open31.10
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range31.10 - 31.10
52 Week Range28.45 - 38.80
Volume600
Avg. Volume9
Market CapN/A
Beta (3Y Monthly)N/A
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • Kraft Heinz, Mondelez in running for Campbell Soup assets, Ghosn detention extended, Facebook cracks down
    Yahoo Finance Video26 days ago

    Kraft Heinz, Mondelez in running for Campbell Soup assets, Ghosn detention extended, Facebook cracks down

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  • Italy's Ferrero in race to buy Campbell's international business
    Reuters Videoslast month

    Italy's Ferrero in race to buy Campbell's international business

    Nutella maker, Ferrero, is interested in buying Campbell Soup's international business, two sources told Reuters. Roselle Chen reports.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Ferrero short-listed for auction of Campbell Soup's international business - source

    MILAN (Reuters) - Nutella maker Ferrero has been shortlisted to take part in the second round of Campbell Soup Co's (CPB.N) auction of its international business, a source with knowledge of the matter ...

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Ferrero short-listed for auction of Campbell Soup's intl. business - source

    Nutella maker Ferrero has been shortlisted to take part in the second round of Campbell Soup Co's auction of its international business, a source with knowledge of the matter said on Thursday. The Italian confectionery group is competing with U.S. food companies Kraft Heinz Co and Mondelez International Inc . Private equity firms Bain Capital LP, KKR and FinTrek Capital Hong Kong Ltd were also admitted to the second round of bids, sources told Reuters last month, adding the sale could fetch close to $3 billion.

  • GuruFocus.com13 days ago

    Stocks That Fell to 3-Year Lows in the Week of Jan. 4

    Kellogg Co. (K), Vornado Realty Trust (VNO), JM Smucker Co. (SJM) and Campbell Soup Co. (CPB) have declined to their respective three-year lows

  • See what the IHS Markit Score report has to say about Campbell Soup Co.
    Markit18 days ago

    See what the IHS Markit Score report has to say about Campbell Soup Co.

    This represents an increase in short interest as investors who seek to profit from falling equity prices added to their short positions on December 28. Please send all inquiries related to the report to score@ihsmarkit.com.

  • What Happened in the Stock Market Today
    Motley Fool26 days ago

    What Happened in the Stock Market Today

    As the market continued to fall, see what had shares of Facebook and Campbell Soup on the move.

  • Stocks making the biggest moves premarket: TSLA, FB, AAPL, CS & more
    CNBC26 days ago

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  • Kraft Heinz, Mondelez make the cut in Campbell Soup's international business auction: sources
    Reuters27 days ago

    Kraft Heinz, Mondelez make the cut in Campbell Soup's international business auction: sources

    The development boosts Campbell Soup's chances of divesting its international portfolio, which includes its Australian cookie brand Arnott's and Danish baked snacks maker Kelsen Group, with one deal, two sources said on Sunday. Both Kraft Heinz and Mondelez are interested in the assets so they can expand their global footprint. Based on the first-round bids received, Campbell Soup could fetch close to $3 billion for its international business, the sources added.

  • Kraft Heinz, Mondelez make the cut in Campbell Soup's international business auction: sources
    Reuters27 days ago

    Kraft Heinz, Mondelez make the cut in Campbell Soup's international business auction: sources

    The development boosts Campbell Soup's chances of divesting its international portfolio, which includes its Australian cookie brand Arnott's and Danish baked snacks maker Kelsen Group, with one deal, two sources said on Sunday. Both Kraft Heinz and Mondelez are interested in the assets so they can expand their global footprint. Based on the first-round bids received, Campbell Soup could fetch close to $3 billion for its international business, the sources added.

  • Incoming Campbell Soup CEO Clouse to be paid up to $7.4 million in 2019
    Reuters29 days ago

    Incoming Campbell Soup CEO Clouse to be paid up to $7.4 million in 2019

    Campbell Soup Co (CPB.N) said on Friday that incoming Chief Executive Mark Clouse, a food industry veteran, could be paid as much as $7.4 million in compensation for fiscal 2019. Clouse, the former chief of frozen food maker Pinnacle Foods, was named Campbell's new CEO on Thursday after a seven-month search to replace former CEO Denise Morrison, who left abruptly in May. Campbell said in a filing that Clouse's pay-packet included a base salary of $1 million and a potential bonus of $1.4 million.

  • The Wall Street Journal29 days ago

    [$$] Campbell Stumbles Into New Controversy

    earlier this year, as its new chief executive.  Unfortunately, this came just hours after Conagra publicly blamed Pinnacle for a sudden decline in its sales after agreeing to an $8 billion sale of the company. Speaking with analysts, Mr. Connolly was unsparing in his diagnosis.

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  • The Wall Street Journallast month

    [$$] Campbell Names Mark Clouse New CEO

    Campbell Soup Co. on Thursday named food-industry veteran Mark Clouse as its new chief executive. Mr. Clouse, 50 years old, will take the job after the struggling soup maker concluded a public battle with activist hedge fund Third Point LLC over its leadership and strategy. Mr. Clouse, who was CEO of Pinnacle Foods until that company was purchased by Conagra Brands Inc. in October, has more than two decades of experience in marketing and management at packaged-food companies.

  • Campbell’s New CEO Brings the Right Ingredients
    Bloomberglast month

    Campbell’s New CEO Brings the Right Ingredients

    The packaged-food giant announced Thursday it had selected Mark Clouse as its next CEO, concluding a months-long search that kicked off after Denise Morrison’s abrupt departure from the top job earlier this year. Clouse was most recently CEO of Pinnacle Foods Inc., the corporate parent of grocery-store staples such as Duncan Hines and Hungry-Man, until that company was acquired by Conagra Brands Inc. in a $10.9 billion deal that closed in October. It’s a good sign for Campbell that Clouse was able to successfully steer Pinnacle into the arms of a suitor, as Campbell’s path forward likely includes a flurry of dealmaking.

  • Campbell Soup names industry veteran Mark Clouse as new CEO
    Reuterslast month

    Campbell Soup names industry veteran Mark Clouse as new CEO

    CHICAGO/BOSTON (Reuters) - Campbell Soup Co (CPB.N) named Mark Clouse, the former CEO of Pinnacle Foods, as its new chief executive on Thursday, a key step in the U.S. company's efforts to regain market share and boost profits. Clouse has a reputation as a seasoned food industry operator. Shares in Pinnacle Foods surged 54 percent during his tenure as CEO, widely outperforming packaged food peers, most of which have lost share value in recent years as they struggle to grow sales among increasingly health-conscious shoppers.

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  • Reuterslast month

    Nutella maker Ferrero in race to buy Campbell's international business: sources

    Ferrero SpA is interested in buying Campbell Soup Co's international business, which includes biscuit brand Arnott's, two sources close to the matter said on Monday. Campbell started the process of selling its international and fresh refrigerated-foods units in August following a strategic review, joining the likes of other packaged food makers such as Kraft Heinz Co and Kellogg Co who have also been offloading some brands. Campbell recently settled a months-long proxy battle with billionaire Daniel Loeb's hedge fund Third Point LLC, which had pressured the company to sell itself.

  • Reuterslast month

    Nutella maker Ferrero in race to buy Campbell's international business: sources

    Ferrero SpA is interested in buying Campbell Soup Co's (CPB.N) international business, which includes biscuit brand Arnott's, two sources close to the matter said on Monday. Campbell started the process of selling its international and fresh refrigerated-foods units in August following a strategic review, joining the likes of other packaged food makers such as Kraft Heinz Co (KHC.O) and Kellogg Co (K.N) who have also been offloading some brands. Campbell recently settled a months-long proxy battle with billionaire Daniel Loeb's hedge fund Third Point LLC, which had pressured the company to sell itself.

  • Billionaire's Battle With Campbell Soup Ends With Truce
    Motley Foollast month

    Billionaire's Battle With Campbell Soup Ends With Truce

    Both sides settle for less than they wanted.

  • CNBC2 months ago

    Campbell launches sale of Bolthouse Farms business

    Campbell has launched the sale of carrot and smoothie company Bolthouse Farms, a step that will mark the beginning of the end of its investment in fresh food business.