KHC Jul 2019 40.000 call

OPR - OPR Delayed Price. Currency in USD
0.0000 (0.00%)
As of 10:27AM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close0.0100
Expire Date2019-07-19
Day's Range0.0100 - 0.0100
Contract RangeN/A
Open Interest7.99k
  • Kraft Heinz is running out of cash: top analyst
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    Kraft Heinz is running out of cash: top analyst

    Kraft Heinz could be running out of cash, according to a Guggenheim analyst. Yahoo Finance's Brian Sozzi and Ines Ferre break down the latest market moves.

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  • Here's what Kraft Heinz is paying its new CEO
    American City Business Journals8 hours ago

    Here's what Kraft Heinz is paying its new CEO

    Kraft Heinz Co. isn’t including its new chief executive among the top officers who’ll receive a one-time payment equal to their base salary if they remain actively employed by the food giant until June 30, 2020. Kraft Heinz (Nasdaq:KHC), which is based in Pittsburgh and in Chicago, revealed the retention plan in a regulatory filing on Tuesday that also said CEO Miguel Patricio’s start date had been accelerated.

  • Bloomberg2 days ago

    U.S. Probes Claims of Poultry Price-Fixing

    (Bloomberg) -- The U.S. Justice Department has opened a criminal investigation into allegations that chicken processors, including Tyson Foods Inc., Pilgrim’s Pride Corp. and Sanderson Farms Inc., conspired to fix prices.Prosecutors disclosed the grand jury probe in a court filing Friday in Chicago, where civil lawsuits against more than a dozen companies in the industry are pending. Tyson, Pilgrim’s and Sanderson alone control almost half of the U.S. chicken market.The investigation significantly escalates pressure on the poultry processors, which have been fighting price-fixing allegations by consumers, distributors, grocery chains and food companies, including Conagra Brands Inc. and Kraft Heinz Co.Tyson closed down 1.1% to $79.97 in New York, while Pilgrim’s settled down 1.3% to $25.18 and Sanderson dropped 2.2% to $131.03. Brazil’s JBS SA, which owns a controlling stake in Pilgrim’s, settled up 0.5% to 21.90 reais in Sao Paulo.A spokesman for the Justice Department declined to comment. Prosecutors intervened in the civil litigation to ask the court to suspend for six months depositions of the chicken processors’ current and former employees. Tyson said it was notified on April 26 that plaintiffs in the civil cases had received a subpoena from the Justice Department.“We are aware of the Department of Justice’s request, which does not change our view that there is simply no merit to the allegations that Tyson Foods colluded with competitors,” Gary Mickelson, a company spokesman, said in an emailed statement. “We remain committed to vigorously defending ourselves against these baseless allegations.”Sanderson Farms Chief Financial Officer Mike Cockrell said the company hasn’t received a subpoena. “The company continues to believe the civil plaintiffs’ claims as to Sanderson Farms are wholly without merit, and we are committed to defending the case vigorously,” Cockrell said in an emailed statement.Pilgrim’s Pride didn’t immediately respond to a request Tuesday seeking comment on the criminal probe.The poultry processors are accused in the civil lawsuits of colluding to increase prices for broiler chickens. The companies allegedly reduced the supply of broiler chickens and then manipulated prices on a weekly benchmark compiled by the Georgia Department of Agriculture, according to court papers.(Updates shares in fourth paragraph.)To contact the reporters on this story: David McLaughlin in Washington at;Lydia Mulvany in Chicago at lmulvany2@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Sara Forden at, ;David Glovin at, Steve Stroth, Peter JeffreyFor more articles like this, please visit us at©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Analyst: Kraft Heinz is running out of cash
    American City Business Journals2 days ago

    Analyst: Kraft Heinz is running out of cash

    Kraft Heinz has lost half its value over the past year, and one analyst is worried the company could fall even further.

  • TheStreet.com2 days ago

    3 Signs You Might be Overpaying for a Stock

    Warren Buffett recently said he overpaid for Berkshire Hathaway's stake in Kraft Heinz. To avoid following in his footsteps, here are three signs that you might be overpaying for a stock.

  • Barrons.com2 days ago

    Warren Buffett Denies There Is a Rift With 3G Capital Over Kraft Heinz Troubles

    Warren Buffett has denied that the problems at Kraft Heinz are causing tension between him and 3G Capital.

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  • Ryan Newman, Oscar Mayer Head to the Classroom Before Chicagoland
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    Ryan Newman, Oscar Mayer Head to the Classroom Before Chicagoland

    Fasten your “meatbelts” — Oscar Mayer and NASCAR driver Ryan Newman are heading to the hot dog brand’s hometown of Chicago for the Camping World 400 at the Chicagoland Speedway on Sunday, June 30. For the fourth time this season, Newman will sit behind the wheel of the No. 6 Oscar Mayer Ford Mustang and celebrate the weekend with another set of driving experts: the Oscar Mayer Hotdoggers.

  • TheStreet.com2 days ago

    Buffett Should Look at Kraft Heinz's Charts, Too, When Pondering His Investment

    opened flat here on Tuesday morning as Warren Buffett said the biggest problem facing Kraft Heinz is that Heinz overpaid when merging with Kraft in July 2015. The charts of KHC (below) show that Buffett could have made this statement at any time in the last four years and certainly since early 2017, when the trend turned bearish. In this daily bar chart of KHC, below, we can see that prices have been under selling pressure/liquidation the past 12 months.

  • TheStreet.com2 days ago

    Kraft Heinz Dips as Warren Buffett Says He Overpaid for Stake, Denies 3G Rift

    shares drifted lower Tuesday, extending a year-to-date decline of around 30%, after billionaire investor Warren Buffett said he 'overpaid' for the packaged food group when he purchased it along with 3G Capital in 2015, but pledged to support incoming CEO Miguel Patricio. Buffett, who stepped down from the Kraft Heinz board last year, told CNBC that even has he acknowledges the difficulties stemming from his 26.7% stake in the group, and the $3 billion goodwill writedown he was forced to take in February, his relationship with Brazil-based 3G co-founder Jorge Paulo Lemann remains solid and reports of tension between the pair are incorrect. vice chairman Greg Abe were "pleased with the selection of Miguel", who takes over as Kraft Heinz CEO on July 1.

  • Warren Buffett Discussed 3G Capital and Kraft Heinz
    Market Realist2 days ago

    Warren Buffett Discussed 3G Capital and Kraft Heinz

    Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway's chairman, denied reports of a rift between him and 3G Capital. Reports of tension between the two companies surfaced amid Kraft Heinz’s underperformance.

  • Benzinga2 days ago

    Warren Buffett Refutes Reports Of Tensions With 3G Capital

    Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE: BRK-A) (NYSE: BRK-B) teamed up with 3G Capital to become a major shareholder of the food company in 2015. Buffett admitted in early 2019 that Berkshire overpaid for the deal and the stock is down more than 50% in the past 12 months amid underperformance and accounting problems. The poor performance at Kraft Heinz led to some speculation of tension between Buffett and his 3G Capital partners.

  • Barrons.com3 days ago

    Kraft Heinz Stock Is Falling as Incoming CEO ‘Faces a Monumental Challenge’

    Incoming CEO Miguel Patricio “faces a monumental challenge to put Kraft Heinz on a path to success as a stand-alone company,” Guggenheim analyst Laurent Grandet says.

  • Kraft Heinz (KHC) Gains But Lags Market: What You Should Know
    Zacks7 days ago

    Kraft Heinz (KHC) Gains But Lags Market: What You Should Know

    Kraft Heinz (KHC) closed at $31.13 in the latest trading session, marking a +0.55% move from the prior day.

  • 5 Boring Stocks to Buy This Summer
    InvestorPlace7 days ago

    5 Boring Stocks to Buy This Summer

    It's summertime and the living is easy. Or at least it should be. These days, volatility is getting pretty crazy. While the Federal-Reserve-induced swings have been moving the market higher, it was just a few weeks ago that trade issues were sending stocks lower. This sort of extreme ebb and flow is not exactly the kind of environment that breeds restful nights of sleep. This is especially true if you are near or in retirement.That is unless you focus on boring stocks.Perhaps the best stocks to buy this summer are the ones you don't have to think about. We're talking about boring stocks that generate good revenues in good times and in bad. Nothing too flashily. No crazy exposure or reliance on trendy sectors of the market. Moreover, these stocks reward investors with plenty of dividends and buybacks. You can simply buy shares, collect your income and just forget about them.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsIn the end, with volatility surging and the markets moving in a big way, the stocks to buy this summer are the boring ones. It's the best strategy to get through and not get seasick. * 10 'Buy-and-Hold' Stocks to Own Forever With that said, here are five boring stocks to buy this summer. Johnson & Johnson (JNJ)Source: Shutterstock One of the best stocks to buy this summer could be Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ). When it comes to the healthcare sector, there's no bigger blue chip than JNJ. The firm's empire spans more than 250 operating companies across a variety of healthcare subsectors. That includes consumer healthcare products and medical devices to advanced oncology and immunology drugs. JNJ really does it all.And doing it all makes it a pretty boring stock as well.Thanks to JNJ's multiple product lines, the firm has been able to navigate some tough economic markets over the course of its history. When one of its product lines is suffering, another can pick up the slack. And the fact that JNJ sells its products in more than 60 countries is the icing on the cake. The firm's adjusted earnings have continued to increase for over 35 years based on its deep product line. Moreover, it has been able to increase its dividend for the last 57 years straight. Currently, Johnson & Johnson yields 2.71%. That's a very impressive track record that allows it to keep going during times of duress.Now, there is some new risk at JNJ, such as it's own going talc issues as well as a new pending opioid lawsuit. But even here, JNJ's size and scope will help it navigate with relative ease.All in all, JNJ could one of the best stocks to buy this summer. Republic Services (RSG)Source: Shutterstock According to the latest EPA survey, Americans generate more than 254 million tons of trash or recyclables per year. That's a lot of garbage. But for Republic Services (NYSE:RSG), that trash is a gold mine.RSG is one of the largest trash haulers in the nation. That position provides it plenty of scales. And scale is important in the garbage industry. The problem is that hauling garbage is a relatively low-margined business. By having that scale, Republic is able to earn a little from all its operations. Moreover, it's able to undercut most smaller mom and pop operators for winning key job bids. This base of operations, as well as ownership of its own landfills, has allowed RSG to quickly become a dividend champion -- growing its payout by an average of 8% over the last three years.But RSG is finding ways to boost its potential as well.That includes boost higher-margined recyclable hauling as well as expanding into other areas of waste disposal. Republic now owns several saltwater disposal wells from the oil and gas industry and has moved into providing renewable energy. Turns out, landfills throw off plenty of natural gas that can be burned for energy production, while several of its sites are prime candidates for solar and wind power. * 7 Blue-Chip Stocks to Buy for a Noisy Market Trash is boring, but RSG is turning that boring nature into gold. Southern (SO)Source: Shutterstock The stocks to buy this summer could be the utilities. Perhaps nothing more boring than those firms that produce electricity, water, and natural gas. That includes top-notch utility Southern (NYSE:SO). SO is one of the largest-regulated utilities in the nation and provides power to more than 9 million customers across several states. This provides SO with plenty of steady cash flows that continue to fuel its growth and shareholder rewards.The firm has paid dividends since the 1950's and has raised its payout over the last 17 years straight.Fueling that dividend growth has been the unregulated side of its businesses. A few years ago, Southern purchased pipeline and gas supplier AGL Resources. A similar buy of gas supplier NICOR followed. This moved Southern into the pipeline industry. It turns out this was a great decision. While the combination of FERC-regulated pipelines as well as unregulated gathering/trunk lines have helped boost SO's overall profits since the buyouts.Southern isn't without its warts. The firm has continued to struggle with carbon capture projects and has taken a bath on its nuclear plants thanks to cost overruns and bankruptcy of its contractor Westinghouse. This has pressured the firm in recent quarters.However, the vast bulk of Southern is good, old-fashioned and boring power generation. And because of that, SO makes a great stock to buy for its high 4.6% yield this summer. Chubb (CB)Source: Pictures of Money via FlickrI think I'd rather watch paint dry than talk about the insurance industry. But when it comes to the boring stocks to buy, the insurance sector is often top-notch. The sector is able to make plenty of bank on its underwriting and the delicious float from its investments. One of the best could be insurer Chubb (NYSE:CB).CB is a multi-line insurer and has operations that span pretty much every sub-category of insurance. This includes property and casualty, accident and health, reinsurance, and life insurance. Chubb does it all and it does so across the globe.What's great about that multi-line approach is the CB is surprisingly profitable. Chubb takes a real hands-on approach to its underwriting- especially when it comes to reinsurance and insuring property/casualty lines for businesses. This has allowed it to have an amazing average combined ratio- a key metric of profitability in the insurance industry- that has come in 8.7 percentage points lower than many of its rivals over the last ten years. When you add in profits from its float investments, you have a real winner on your hands.This has continued to drive CB's dividend over its history. The firm has managed to raise its payout over the last 26 years straight. This includes a recent 3% bump at the beginning of the summer. With continued float gains and smart underwriting, Chubb should continue to keep the gains coming. * 7 Fantastic Fidelity Funds for a Range of Investors For investors, insurance is as boring as they come. But Chubb makes a great stock to buy for years of steady gains. Mondelez International Inc (MDLZ)Source: Shutterstock It turns out, the boring world of cookies, crackers and chewing gum provides perfect ballast to the market's gyrations. That's wonderful news for former Kraft-Heinz (NYSE:KHC) spin-out Mondelez International (NYSE:MDLZ).MDLZ features some of the world's biggest brands in snack foods like Oreo's, Nabisco and Cadbury candy. What's great is that snack foods blend the line between being a staple and discretionary item. This allows them to have slightly higher margins than say, toilet paper. However, demand for these sorts of items stays pretty steady. Better still is that MDLZ is able to pass on price increases relatively easy onto consumers. This has helped boost DLZ's results in recent quarters.But Mondelez has plenty of growth in the tank as well. The firm has continued to expand into higher-margined healthy snacks as well as emerging markets. And the firm has started to seriously consider adding cannabis to many of its foods as legalization approaches. Given its huge brand portfolio, this could be a major revenue driver in the future.With a great combination of steady-like demand and plenty of growth potential, MDLZ could be a wonderfully boring stock to buy for this summer.As of this writing, Aaron Levitt did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. More From InvestorPlace * 4 Top American Penny Pot Stocks (Buy Before June 21) * 7 Blue-Chip Stocks to Buy for a Noisy Market * 5 Strong Buy Biotech Stocks for the Second Half * 6 Stocks Ready to Bounce on a Trade Deal Compare Brokers The post 5 Boring Stocks to Buy This Summer appeared first on InvestorPlace.

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  • Financial Times7 days ago

    S&P latest to downgrade Kraft Heinz to lowest investment grade

    S&P Global became the latest to cut Kraft Heinz’s credit rating to the lowest investment grade on Thursday, potentially further complicating the packaged food conglomerate’s efforts to reverse flagging sales growth and draw a line under problems with its accounting practices. The credit rating agency downgraded the maker of Heinz ketchup and Philadelphia cream cheese to BBB- from BBB. While the outlook was revised from negative to stable, suggesting no further downgrades are imminent, the move leaves Kraft Heinz’s just one notch away from junk status.

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    Mr. Peanut goes hip-hop and hoops crazy with new basketball sneaker

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  • Country Time Takes a Stand to Legalize Lemonade Stands
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    Country Time Takes a Stand to Legalize Lemonade Stands

    Last year, Country Time Legal-Ade helped kids across the country pay permit fees and fines on their lemonade stands due to outdated permit laws. This year, inspired by bills passed in Texas and Colorado that changed archaic rules outlawing lemonade stands, Country Time will give lemonade-lovers the tools to start changing their state’s permit laws. After all, unpermitted lemonade stands are only legal in 14 out of 50 states.

  • GlobeNewswire9 days ago

    Bragar Eagel & Squire, P.C. is Investigating Certain Officers and Directors of Rockwell Medical, Amneal Pharmaceuticals, Kraft Heinz, and Intuit and Encourages Investors to Contact the Firm

    NEW YORK, June 18, 2019 -- Bragar Eagel & Squire, P.C. is investigating potential claims against certain officers and directors of Rockwell Medical, Amneal Pharmaceuticals,.

  • PR Newswire15 days ago

    Scott+Scott Attorneys at Law LLP Investigating Kraft Heinz's Directors and Officers for Breach of Fiduciary Duties - KHC

    NEW YORK , June 12, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Scott+Scott Attorneys at Law LLP  ("Scott+Scott"), an international securities and consumer rights litigation firm, is investigating whether certain directors ...

  • Kraft Wants You to #LieLikeAParent
    Business Wire17 days ago

    Kraft Wants You to #LieLikeAParent

    Lies are a common ground for parents and Kraft has a new one to help get kids to eat veggies

  • Kraft Heinz Files Annual Report for Fiscal Year 2018
    Business Wire20 days ago

    Kraft Heinz Files Annual Report for Fiscal Year 2018

    The Kraft Heinz Company (KHC) today announced it filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) its Annual Report on Form 10-K for the year ended December 29, 2018 (the “Annual Report”). The Company also announced that the Kraft Heinz Board of Directors elected to the Board Joao M. Castro-Neves, effective June 12, 2019. “We are pleased that Kraft Heinz is returning to a path of normalization,” said Alex Behring, Chairman of Kraft Heinz’s Board of Directors.