PEP - PepsiCo, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
113.72
-1.12 (-0.98%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

113.72 0.00 (0.00%)
After hours: 5:00PM EDT

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Previous Close114.84
Open115.25
Bid113.41 x 1000
Ask113.58 x 800
Day's Range113.65 - 115.25
52 Week Range95.94 - 122.51
Volume3,740,279
Avg. Volume5,880,578
Market Cap160.836B
Beta0.64
PE Ratio (TTM)35.42
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield3.71 (3.23%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-09-06
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Cramer: PepsiCo, Constellation Brands should get more cre...
    CNBC Videos23 hours ago

    Cramer: PepsiCo, Constellation Brands should get more cre...

    Jim Cramer discusses how PepsiCo's acquisition of SodaStream and Constellation Brands' investment in Canopy Growth are disrupting their businesses in the right ways.

  • PepsiCo, Constellation Brands should get more credit for ...
    CNBC Videos23 hours ago

    PepsiCo, Constellation Brands should get more credit for ...

    Jim Cramer discusses how PepsiCo's acquisition of SodaStream and Constellation Brands' investment in Canopy Growth are disrupting their businesses in the right ways.

  • Pepsi’s SodaStream acquisition won’t solve its biggest problem: fewer people are drinking soda
    MarketWatch2 hours ago

    Pepsi’s SodaStream acquisition won’t solve its biggest problem: fewer people are drinking soda

    Pepsi’s SodaStream acquisition moves it further into healthy categories, but Wells Fargo says it won’t solve the problems with the company’s core products.

  • Benzinga4 hours ago

    2 Beverage Companies Jim Cramer Says Aren't Getting Enough Recognition

    Beverage companies aren't usually associated with disruption and innovation, but at least two names deserve credit for their recent M&A deals: PepsiCo, Inc. (NASDAQ: PEP ) and Constellation Brands, Inc. ...

  • GuruFocus.com4 hours ago

    US Markets Green Tuesday

    Fabrinet moves on strong earnings

  • Correction: Women in Workplace-Catalyst CEO story
    Associated Press5 hours ago

    Correction: Women in Workplace-Catalyst CEO story

    In a story Aug. 20 about the appointment of Lorraine Hariton as Catalyst's new CEO, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Hariton received her MBA from Harvard Business School in 1977. NEW YORK (AP) -- A former Silicon Valley CEO is taking the helm of a prominent organization dedicated to the promotion of women in the workplace, saying the #MeToo era is a "fantastic time" to champion gender equality. Lorraine Hariton becomes CEO of the group Catalyst at time when sexual misconduct scandals are ensnaring corporate executives, and the departure of PepsiCo's CEO highlighted the tiny number of women leading Fortune 500 companies.

  • Reuters7 hours ago

    GSK seeks mid-Sept bids for $4 billion Indian Horlicks unit -sources

    GlaxoSmithKline (GSK.L) is seeking initial bids by mid-September for its India-focused Horlicks health nutrition business, which is expected to fetch more than $4 billion (£3.1 billion), two people familiar with the situation said on Tuesday. The British drugmaker started a strategic review of Horlicks - a malt-based drink brand popular in India – and some smaller products, after buying Novartis (NOVN.S) out of their consumer healthcare venture for $13 billion (£10.2 billion) in March. Potential acquirers are likely to include major food and consumer products groups, such as Nestle (NESN.S), Pepsico (PEP.O) and Reckitt Benckiser (RB.L), the sources said.

  • Stock Market News For Aug 21, 2018
    Zacks8 hours ago

    Stock Market News For Aug 21, 2018

    Wall Street closed on a winning note on Monday buoyed by the announcement of two multi-billion dollar mergers & acquisition deals

  • The Wall Street Journal8 hours ago

    [$$] Cat Fight:Cheetos Maker Pepsi Challenges Orange Snack Rival

    The maker of Cheetos says it is fighting a copycat. Inc.’s Frito-Lay division, which makes the crunchy orange-colored snack, has accused a new competitor called Peatos of trademark violations. The manufacturer, World Peas Brand Peatos, received a cease-and-desist letter from Pepsi in May claiming that the Peatos name, paw-print logo and slogan, “tigers live longer than cheetahs,” disparage Cheetos.

  • Reuters8 hours ago

    GSK seeks mid-Sept bids for $4 bln Indian Horlicks unit -sources

    GlaxoSmithKline is seeking initial bids by mid-September for its India-focused Horlicks health nutrition business, which is expected to fetch more than $4 billion, two people familiar with the situation said on Tuesday. The British drugmaker started a strategic review of Horlicks - a malt-based drink brand popular in India – and some smaller products, after buying Novartis out of their consumer healthcare venture for $13 billion in March. Potential acquirers are likely to include major food and consumer products groups, such as Nestle, Pepsico and Reckitt Benckiser, the sources said.

  • Are M&As the Secret Mantra Propelling US Markets' Bull-Run?
    Zacks8 hours ago

    Are M&As the Secret Mantra Propelling US Markets' Bull-Run?

    Given the bullish economic outlook, robust corporate earnings and interest rates still remaining low in the United States, companies are going for mergers for future growth.

  • PepsiCo Fortifies Sparkling Water Range With SodaStream Buyout
    Zacks8 hours ago

    PepsiCo Fortifies Sparkling Water Range With SodaStream Buyout

    PepsiCo (PEP) agrees to buy SodaStream International for a cash outlay of $3.2 billion. The transaction is likely to strengthen the company's beverage and fast-growing water portfolio.

  • Frito-Lay to build $130 million high-tech fulfillment center near new SunRail station
    American City Business Journals8 hours ago

    Frito-Lay to build $130 million high-tech fulfillment center near new SunRail station

    Frito-Lay Inc. is eyeing a site near one of Osceola County's newest SunRail stations for a one-of-a-kind warehouse that would bring hundreds of jobs to the area. The Plano,Texas-based subsidiary of PepsiCo, Inc. (Nasdaq: PEP) is seeking a property tax abatement for its planned $130 million high-tech fulfillment center, which was introduced during an Aug. 20 Osceola County Commission meeting. Frito-Lay's plans include building a 286,000-square-foot high-tech service center on 75 acres across from the new Poinciana SunRail commuter rail station, which would employ 200 people when it's completed in 2021.

  • SodaStream (SODA) Soars: Stock Adds 9.4% in Session
    Zacks9 hours ago

    SodaStream (SODA) Soars: Stock Adds 9.4% in Session

    SodaStream (SODA) was a big mover last session, as the company saw its shares rise more than 9% on the day amid huge volumes.

  • 3 Big Stock Charts for Tuesday: DowDuPont, D. R. Horton and NVIDIA
    InvestorPlace10 hours ago

    3 Big Stock Charts for Tuesday: DowDuPont, D. R. Horton and NVIDIA

    Nvidia — the company — has been performing exceedingly well since 2016, and the stock has followed suit. It would be wrong to not consider all possibilities though, and look at Nvidia’s proverbial point of no return.

  • Pepsi and SodaStream
    Bloomberg19 hours ago

    Pepsi and SodaStream

    Why is PepsiCo willing to pay $3.2 billion for SodaStream? @tmulier explains #tictocnews https://bloom.bg/2BunJVb (Source: Bloomberg)

  • TheStreet.com21 hours ago

    Disrupt It or Bust It: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Monday 8/20/18)

    If someone if going to disrupt your industry, it might as well be you, Jim Cramer told his Mad Money viewers Monday, as he celebrated companies that are willing to put their current businesses at risk in order to own their future. It wasn't too long ago that SodaStream ran an advertising campaign shaming those who buy bottled water, the kind that PepsiCo sells. SodaStream began its life as an at-home soda maker, but soon shifted, along with consumer tastes, to fizzy water.

  • The Wall Street Journal22 hours ago

    [$$] PepsiCo Buys Seltzer Rival That Vilified It

    PepsiCo Inc. has agreed to buy one of its fiercest critics, seltzer-machine maker SodaStream International Ltd., for $3.2 billion, the latest move by the beverage-and-food giant to broaden its offerings beyond sugary sodas and salty snacks. Israel-based SodaStream makes countertop machines that allow consumers to carbonate tap water at home by filling a reusable bottle and adding flavors if desired. As consumers have shifted from sugary soft drinks to bottled water, the Nasdaq-listed company has pivoted to promote itself as a maker of homemade seltzer rather than a maker of homemade soda.

  • TheStreet.com23 hours ago

    Jim Cramer: The Great Ones Disrupt Their Own

    by Pepsico is breathtaking both in its simplicity and its forcefulness. Sodastream used to make cannisters that gave you flavored sodas and by all counts it was a bust. But then a couple of years ago Danny Birnbaum, CEO of SodaStream, realized what the fabled millennials really want.

  • CNBCyesterday

    Cramer: PepsiCo, Constellation Brands should get more credit for disrupting their businesses

    With PepsiCo's acquisition of SodaStream and Constellation Brands' investment in Canopy Growth, CNBC's Jim Cramer says we should celebrate the disruptors. SodaStream is everything PepsiCo isn't, according to Cramer. With Canada set to legalize recreational marijuana use, Canopy Growth represents a new world that Constellation Brands is poised to take advantage of.

  • Pepsi (PEP) Buys SodaStream (SODA) for $144 per Share
    InvestorPlaceyesterday

    Pepsi (PEP) Buys SodaStream (SODA) for $144 per Share

    Late August in the stock market is not usually the time one starts thinking about “Merger Monday,” but a surprising development has greeted investors this morning with news that soft drink and snack giant PepsiCo (NASDAQ:PEP) will be acquiring DIY beverage company SodaStream (NASDAQ:SODA) for $3.2 billion. This appears to be the final big move for Pepsi’s formidable CEO Indira Nooyi, who took the helm 12 years ago when PEP shares were trading in the $60s, barely more than half where the shares are this morning. Moving away from pre-packaged, heavy-sugared drinks has been a goal of the corporation since traditional beverages like Pepsi have begun to flatline in favor of more health-conscience choices.

  • InvestorPlaceyesterday

    From $10 to $140 and a Pepsi Buyout — How SodaStream Did It

    Beverage and snack giant Pepsi (NYSE:PEP) agreed to buy at-home sparkling water company SodaStream (NASDAQ:SODA) for $3.2 billion, or $144 per share — a 32% premium to SODA stock’s 30-day volume weighted average price. On Pepsi’s side, the deal gives the company a new way to reach consumers within their home (SodaStream sells at-home sparkling water makers), and thus expand reach beyond retail. It is a good deal that should boost Pepsi’s long-term growth trajectory.

  • TheStreet.comyesterday

    Rewind: Jim Cramer on Trade, Pepsico, SodaStream, Estee Lauder and Nike

    TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Monday's trending stocks from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

  • PepsiCo Deal Doesn’t Mean You’ll Be Able to Make Dew, Pepsi on Your SodaStream
    Bloombergyesterday

    PepsiCo Deal Doesn’t Mean You’ll Be Able to Make Dew, Pepsi on Your SodaStream

    PepsiCo Inc. told bottling partners its planned acquisition of SodaStream International Ltd. isn’t a sign it’s turning away from them, even as sustainable packaging becomes a global flashpoint, a person familiar with the situation said. In fact, PepsiCo has no plans to offer its own namesake flavors on the SodaStream platform -- meaning consumers won’t be able to make their own Pepsi or Mountain Dew at home, the person said. “PepsiCo is as committed as ever to investing in and growing our trademark brands on all fronts -- from continued innovation to product delivery,” plus advertising and marketing support, according to an excerpt of the letter obtained by Bloomberg News.

  • Barrons.comyesterday

    Pepsi Is Overpaying for SodaStream

    PepsiCo (PEP) investors started out Monday feeling bubbly about the company's decision to buy Israeli seltzer-machine company  SodaStream International (SODA) for $3.2 billion. Pepsi is paying too much for a fizzy water brand that's fighting for market share against several other major brands — including some owned by Pepsi itself. Pepsi has been on an increasingly frantic quest to fix its North American beverage business, the largest division in the company, where operating profits dropped 16% in the most recent quarter.