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Today we'll evaluate McCormick & Company, Incorporated (NYSE:MKC) to determine whether it could have potential as an...
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Company XIV’s Nutcracker Rouge takes from the Tchaikovsky ballet what it also borrows from vaudeville: the variety act. For the funny, flaming-hot show at the company’s decadent do-it-yourself headquarters in Brooklyn’s hipster Bushwick district, that means ballet, burlesque, nouveau cirque and bondage, with baroque and steampunk stylings throughout.
Bridgewater’s co-chief executive Eileen Murray is exiting the giant hedge fund, leaving former Treasury official David McCormick in charge of the $160bn investment group founded by Ray Dalio after a longstanding, convoluted succession drama. There has been a rotating cast of senior executives vying to run the Connecticut-based money manager shaped in Mr Dalio’s idiosyncratic image in recent years, leading to a series of promotions, demotions and exits. Ms Murray, a former senior Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse executive, first took over as co-chief executive in 2013, alongside Mr Dalio’s heir-apparent Greg Jensen.
Tyson Foods (TSN) is focused on enhancing portfolio to cater to the rising demand for protein-packed products. Also, its Financial Fitness Program bodes well.
Hormel Foods' (HRL) Refrigerated Foods unit has been aiding performance for a while now. However, global trade uncertainty and the African swine fever are leading to input cost inflation.
Estee Lauder (EL) continues to benefit from brand strength and solid emerging market presence. However, soft traffic in the United States and the U.K is a concern.
Central Garden's (CENT) bottom-line results for the fiscal fourth quarter fail to impress. It expects to incur first-quarter fiscal 2020 loss of 10-15 cents on softness in the animal health businesses.
McCormick and Co. Inc. said late Tuesday its board has authorized a dividend increase to 62 cents a share from 57 cents a share. The dividend is payable Jan. 13 to shareholders of record Dec. 31. Shares of McCormick fell 0.1% in the extended session Tuesday after ending the regular trading day up 1.4%.
The Board of Directors of McCormick & Company, Incorporated (NYSE: MKC) today declared an increase in the quarterly dividend from $0.57 to $0.62 per share on its common stocks, payable January 13, 2020 to shareholders of record December 31, 2019. This marks the 34th consecutive year that the Company has increased its quarterly dividend. At $0.62, the quarterly dividend is double the amount paid in 2012.
Hormel Foods' (HRL) earnings and sales decline year over year in fourth-quarter fiscal 2019. However, the Refrigerated Foods unit looks strong.
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Sprout Farmers' (SFM) focus on product innovation, e-commerce, expansion of private label assortment and enhancement of technology bodes well.
Flowers Foods (FLO) is gaining from buyouts and efficient pricing strategy. However, rising production costs are a drag on performance.
TreeHouse Foods (THS) grapples with sluggish Baked and Meal Solutions units. SKU rationalization and currency fluctuations continue to hurt sales.
With the trade deal expected to slide into 2020, things are certainly not looking up for the stock market. Hence, it's prudent to invest in dividend aristocrats for their risk-adjusted returns.
Kellogg (K) gains momentum on the back of organic growth and buyouts. Further, the company is on track with portfolio-restructuring efforts.
Sysco (SYY) announces a 15% hike in its quarterly dividend, taking it from 39 cents a share to 45 cents. This marks the 51st hike for the company.