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General Mills, Inc. (GIS)

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60.23+0.01 (+0.02%)
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Previous Close60.22
Open60.15
Bid60.24 x 800
Ask60.29 x 800
Day's Range59.95 - 60.63
52 Week Range46.59 - 66.14
Volume1,187,379
Avg. Volume3,326,204
Market Cap36.821B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.56
PE Ratio (TTM)16.10
EPS (TTM)3.74
Earnings DateDec 17, 2020
Forward Dividend & Yield2.04 (3.39%)
Ex-Dividend DateJan 07, 2021
1y Target Est64.38
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    General Mills Debuts Sesame Street Cereal, Bringing ABCs and 123s to the Breakfast Bowl

    Breakfast just got more fun, delicious, and educational with the launch of Sesame Street Cereal, made by General Mills. The new cereal, which will begin to appear on store shelves in January, supports growing bodies with many essential nutrients and engages curious young minds with activities and stories. The cereal features two varieties: berry flavor with number-shaped pieces and cinnamon flavor with letter-shaped pieces, and the back of each box opens like a book, featuring dual-language (English and Spanish) short stories with Elmo.

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    While this holiday season is sure to be anything but traditional, Chex cereal has unveiled new recipes that will bring some extra cheer to 2020. The holiday party staple ingredient has teamed up with Chrissy Teigen and John Legend, who know the keys to a good celebration, to deliver some serious cooking inspiration.

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    In May 2019, two veteran money managers shared their philosophy with MarketWatch readers that investors shouldn’t be overly focused on the highest dividend yields when selecting stocks for income. The original article featured comments from Mike Loewengart, who is now the managing director of investment strategy at E-Trade (which was acquired by Morgan Stanley in October) and Lewis Altfest, president of Altfest Personal Wealth Management, which manages about $1.4 billion for private clients in New York. Loewengart believes that a good approach for income-seeking investors is to focus on total return rather than dividend yield.