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

Munich - Munich Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
32.34
-0.32 (-0.98%)
As of 8:01AM CEST. Market open.
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Previous Close32.66
Open32.34
Bid32.38 x 0
Ask32.53 x 0
Day's Range32.34 - 32.34
52 Week Range28.45 - 42.63
Volume150
Avg. Volume3
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
  • Vetting the activist stakes in Starbucks, Campbell Soup a...
    CNBC Videos5 days ago

    Vetting the activist stakes in Starbucks, Campbell Soup a...

    Jim Cramer breaks down what activist investors could bring to the table at Starbucks, Campbell Soup and PPG Industries.

  • GuruFocus.com3 days ago

    Risk-Reward With Campbell Soup

    Campbell Soup Co. (CPB) is an iconic American brand with a history that dates back almost 150 years. Add to those snack foods with the acquisition of Snyder Lance. Warning! GuruFocus has detected 5 Warning Signs with CPB.

  • TheStreet.com4 days ago

    Campbell Soup Stock Will Likely Simmer for a While

    In the daily bar chart of CPB, below, we can see a modest rally from early June to early August. Now look at the strength in the On-Balance-Volume (OBV) line -- the line goes up into September and has not really turned lower with prices. The trend-following Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD) oscillator turns lower in July and is below the zero line this month.

  • Company News For Oct 11, 2018
    Zacks4 days ago

    Company News For Oct 11, 2018

    Companies in the news are: CPB, FAST, MYGN, PFE and SHLD

  • The Wall Street Journal5 days ago

    [$$] Third Point Warns Campbell Against Filling CEO Job

    Activist investor Third Point LLC warned Campbell Soup Co. not to fill the open chief executive position at the food company ahead of its next annual meeting, which is scheduled for Nov. 29. In September, the activist investing firm led by Daniel Loeb launched a proxy fight to replace the entire board at Campbell, which lost its chief earlier this year amid flagging sales.

  • TheStreet.com5 days ago

    Jim Cramer: These 3 Stocks Are Seeing Big Investor Action

    Yesterday we learned that Trian, the investment vehicle of Nelson Peltz, has built a 2.9% stake, or 7 million shares, in PPG -- a position largely built earlier in the year. Bill Ackman has accumulated 1.1% of Starbucks, an $878 million stake aided by the increase in the company's shares after the announcement of the new stake. Dan Loeb's Third Point, meanwhile, boosted its stake in the stock of Campbell's Soup from 5.65% to 6.9% -- and Loeb continues to put pressure on the company to replace its board.

  • CNBC5 days ago

    Cramer vets the activist stakes in Starbucks, Campbell Soup and PPG

    CNBC's Jim Cramer breaks down what activist investors could bring to the table at Starbucks, Campbell Soup and PPG Industries. The "Mad Money" host also opines on whether individual investors should hop on board. With shares of Starbucks SBUX , Campbell Soup CPB and PPG Industries PPG now the targets of high-profile activist investors — and the rest of the market in a tailspin — CNBC's Jim Cramer wanted to make sure investors weren't getting ahead of themselves.

  • Third Point tells Campbell Soup not to hire new CEO before meeting
    Reuters5 days ago

    Third Point tells Campbell Soup not to hire new CEO before meeting

    NEW YORK/CHICAGO (Reuters) - Third Point LLC warned Campbell Soup Co's (CPB.N) board on Wednesday against picking a new chief executive before next month's annual meeting, where the hedge fund wants to oust all current directors. Campbell reiterated last week that it is searching for a full-time replacement for former Chief Executive Denise Morrison, who left abruptly in May, and said on Wednesday that it expects to complete its search by year end. Third Point said in a letter sent to Campbell's board seen by Reuters that it is not appropriate to search for a new chief executive during a proxy contest when shareholders will be asked to vote on a new board at the meeting on Nov. 29.

  • Dan Loeb Urges Campbell Soup to Not Hire CEO Before Shareholder Vote
    Bloomberg5 days ago

    Dan Loeb Urges Campbell Soup to Not Hire CEO Before Shareholder Vote

    “All best practices of corporate governance dictate that one of the most important responsibilities of any board is to hire and supervise a CEO,” Loeb said in a letter Wednesday to Chairman Les Vinney. “The board, with the support of leading candidate assessment and executive search firms, has been examining qualified candidates who possess a track record of proven results and achievement for months,” according to the statement. Campbell, based in Camden, New Jersey, has been without a permanent CEO since the unexpected departure of Denise Morrison in May. Shareholders are set to vote Nov. 29 on board nominees.

  • TheStreet.com5 days ago

    Third Point Urges Campbell Not To Hire CEO Before Fight

    Third Point LLC's Dan Loeb on Wednesday escalated his change-of-control proxy fight at Campbell Soup Co. in a letter urging the soup and snack company to allow shareholders to have a voice in the company's CEO search process, essentially asking the company to wait until after the director battle he had launched concludes on Nov. 29 before picking a new CEO. "It seems to us that the chance of the company being able to attract a first-rate food executive in the middle of a proxy fight is low," Third Point said in a statement.

  • CNBC5 days ago

    Third Point's Loeb says Campbell Soup's existing board should not choose next CEO

    Activist hedge-fund manager Daniel Loeb sent a letter to the board of Campbell Soup that strongly suggests the company wait until a new board of directors is in place before selecting a new chief executive officer. Campbell shareholders will elect the board at a Nov. 29 annual meeting, and Loeb wants to throw all the current directors out.

  • CNBC6 days ago

    Third Point increases Campbell Soup stake to nearly 7% as it seeks to oust board

    Daniel Loeb's Third Point Management has increased their stake in Campbell Soup from 5.65 percent to 6.98 percent, according to a filing with the SEC on Tuesday. Shares of Campbell rose 1 percent in after-hours trading following the news. Third Point announced its intention to try to replace the entire Campbell board earlier this year.

  • CNBC7 days ago

    Activist investors are gearing up for more battles in the year ahead, taking aim at consumer stocks

    Activists believe consumer discretionary, financials and industrials represent the areas where management will see the most shareholder action in the next year. According to a new study, 72 percent of activist respondents expect to raise "some" or "a lot" of new capital over the next year. The persistent interest in consumer companies comes shortly after Trian's battle with Procter & Gamble and amid Third Point's contest at Campbell Soup.

  • Barrons.com10 days ago

    Campbell Soup Is Bracing for a Showdown With Activist Investor Third Point

    A date is set for the showdown between the company and activist investor Third Point, which is seeking to replace the entire Campbell Soup board.

  • TheStreet.com10 days ago

    Activist Dan Loeb May Be Spear-Heading the Biggest Activist Campaign of the Year

    Activist Dan Loeb is embarking on what could be the biggest activist campaign of the year. with Campbell Soup Co. so we sat down with The Deal's Senior Editor Ron Orol to get the full scoop.

  • The Wall Street Journal10 days ago

    [$$] Aldrich and Landmark Raise New Funds; Carlyle Backs Airport Rehab

    Good day and welcome to the Private Equity Pro newsletter. The biggest firms may be dominating U.S. fundraising, but that didn’t stop growth-equity shop Aldrich Capital Partners from raising $256 million for its debut fund.

  • The Wall Street Journal11 days ago

    [$$] Campbell in Talks to Sell Fresh Unit to Investors Led by Former Bolthouse CEO

    Campbell Soup Co. is in talks to sell its fresh-foods business, including Bolthouse Farms, to investors led by that brand’s former chief executive, according to people familiar with the discussions. Jeff Dunn, who as CEO of Bolthouse helped a private-equity firm sell it to Campbell for $1.55 billion six years ago, subsequently co-founded and remains an investor in Campbell’s venture-capital fund, Acre Venture Partners. Campbell has written down its value by about $1 billion.

  • 'The Big Hack,' Bond Yields, Campbell Soup, & More Market News
    Zacks11 days ago

    'The Big Hack,' Bond Yields, Campbell Soup, & More Market News

    Ryan McQueeney discusses bond yields, a major hack affecting Amazon and Apple, big changes at Campbell Soup, and the continued volatility of Snap. Later, he is joined by Dave Bartosiak to chat about AMD's pullback and preview Costco's earnings report.

  • TheStreet.com11 days ago

    Activist Dan Loeb Has Infiltrated Your Campbell's Soup

    Activist Dan Loeb thinks Campbell Soup Co should be sold and wants to take over the board. The Deal's Senior Editor Ron Orol gave us the up-to-the-minute scoop.

  • CNBC11 days ago

    Campbell denies cash bonuses for top executives, awards a '0' performance rating

    Campbell denied cash bonuses and cut the total pay of four of its top five executives last fiscal year. Former CEO Denise Morrison's total pay was cut to roughly $7 million — almost 22 percent less than the previous year. Anthony DiSilvestro, Luca Mignini and Adam Ciongoli were the only officers who received a cash bonus of any kind: $50,000 apiece for their work on the Snyder's-Lance purchase.

  • CNBC11 days ago

    Campbell asks shareholders to stand with soup maker in fending off attack from activist investor

    Campbell Soup sets Nov. 29 for a shareholder vote on the board as it battles a proxy war waged by activist fund Third Point. Third Point earlier this year revealed a 5.65 percent stake in Campbell. Campbell Soup CPB is asking shareholders to stand with the soup maker in a battle over its future as activist investor Third Point turns up pressure on the company to sell.

  • Reuters11 days ago

    Exclusive: Third Point demands Campbell Soup board records

    Activist investor Daniel Loeb's hedge fund Third Point LLC has demanded access to a trove of records from Campbell Soup Co, ranging from board meeting minutes to financial documents, as it ratchets up a campaign to replace the company's board of directors, according to a letter seen by Reuters. Third Point's move offers an example of the legal tools shareholder activists are increasingly using to boost their chances of winning proxy contests against corporate boards. Such maneuvering could prove crucial in this case, given Third Point, which owns 5.65 percent of the canned soup maker, faces challenges in wooing some key shareholders.

  • Exclusive: Third Point demands Campbell Soup board records
    Reuters11 days ago

    Exclusive: Third Point demands Campbell Soup board records

    Activist investor Daniel Loeb's hedge fund Third Point LLC has demanded access to a trove of records from Campbell Soup Co, ranging from board meeting minutes to financial documents, as it ratchets up a campaign to replace the company's board of directors, according to a letter seen by Reuters. Third Point's move offers an example of the legal tools shareholder activists are increasingly using to boost their chances of winning proxy contests against corporate boards. Such maneuvering could prove crucial in this case, given Third Point, which owns 5.65 percent of the canned soup maker, faces challenges in wooing some key shareholders.

  • Dan Loeb Sees 50% Upside for Campbell Soup
    GuruFocus.com13 days ago

    Dan Loeb Sees 50% Upside for Campbell Soup

    Daniel Loeb (Trades, Portfolio) Monday expanded his campaign to persuade Campbell Soup (CPB) shareholders to vote for his slate of directors to make drastic changes at the company or explore a sale. Warning! GuruFocus has detected 5 Warning Signs with CPB. In a new presentation, Loeb's hedge fund Third Point estimated the company could attract $52 to $58 per share from a buyer.

  • Reuters14 days ago

    Loeb calls Campbell attractive takeover target, ratchets up pressure

    Billionaire investor Daniel Loeb, who is seeking to replace the entire board at Campbell Soup Co , on Monday called the company an "iconic asset" and attractive takeover target that could fetch as much as $58 per share. The hedge fund manager whose Third Point LP owns roughly 6 percent of Campbell also urged the company to consider selling non-core brands like Pop Secret and Pepperidge Farm Frozen Cakes, according to a new presentation. Campbell launched a strategic review after its chief executive Denise Morrison left in May and said in August that it planned to sell its international and fresh refrigerated-foods units.