Commodity Channel Index
|Bid||130.45 x 800|
|Ask||130.69 x 900|
|Day's Range||129.18 - 130.63|
|52 Week Range||101.42 - 147.20|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||0.61|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||25.27|
|Earnings Date||Jul 07, 2020 - Jul 13, 2020|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||4.09 (3.14%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Jun 04, 2020|
|1y Target Est||142.65|
Yahoo Finance speaks with Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey about the path forward from the COVID-19 pandemic.
In the latest trading session, PepsiCo (PEP) closed at $131.26, marking a -0.36% move from the previous day.
In response to alarming evidence of the continued disparate, negative impact of COVID-19, PepsiCo, Inc. (NASDAQ: PEP) and its philanthropic arm, The PepsiCo Foundation, today launched an initiative to provide increased medical and economic aid to communities of color across the country where the company has long worked. The $7 million initiative is a comprehensive project to support immediate relief and long-term recovery.
Consumer staples stocks have held up relatively well, and the most attractive Dividend Aristocrats right now come from that sector, CFRA says.
As Memorial Day – the unofficial kickoff to summer – approaches, the majority of Americans – 86 percent – anticipate their summers will be different compared to last year in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Tonight, ESPN will air the final two episodes of The Last Dance, its fantastic documentary about the greatest basketball player who ever lived: Michael Jordan. For those who may not remember the Michael Jordan era, not only did "MJ" transform NBA basketball into a global phenomenon, he also propelled several consumer companies to new heights of brand awareness through big-time endorsements. In fact, the following Michael Jordan-endorsed brands could make solid picks for either the defensive, long-term investor, or those with a more aggressive bent amid the coronavirus downturn.
Moody's Investors Service, ("Moody's") today confirmed PepsiCo, Inc.'s (PepsiCo) and its guaranteed subsidiary's A1 senior unsecured ratings concluding the review for downgrade that was initiated on 13 March, 2020 following the company's announcement that it would buy Rockstar Energy Beverages ("Rockstar") for $3.85 billion plus approximately $0.7 billion of payments related to future tax benefits. At the same time, Moody's affirmed PepsiCo's Prime-1 commercial paper rating.
Hostess Brands CEO Andy Callahan tells Yahoo Finance people continue to fill their pantries with donuts and Twinkies amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Yahoo Finance’s Brian Sozzi and Alexis Christoforous speak with Head of SodaStream USA Bryan Welsh about the seltzer maker’s sustainability efforts, and how SodaStream is responding to COVID-19.
Stacy's Rise Project, the grant and mentorship program created by Stacy's Pita Chips to advance female founders, is back for 2020 and committed to helping even more women rise, in more ways than ever before.
Beverage and snack giant PepsiCo, Inc. (NASDAQ: PEP) announced Tuesday the launch of two direct-to-consumer portals, PantryShop.com and Snacks.com.DTC Site Offers Brands Like Gatorade, Tropicana PepsiCo has spent the past few years working to become a "faster, stronger, better company" and part of that effort focused on e-commerce and digital capabilities, PepsiCo senior vice president and head of e-commerce Gibu Thomas said in a press release.At a time when more consumers are looking to buy food and beverages online, PepsiCo is offering a new home delivery option.The first store, PantryShop.com, offers bundles from brands like Quaker, Gatorade, SunChips and Tropicana, the company said.Consumers have two bundle options, a $29.95 package and $49.95 package, both of which come with free shipping.The second store, Snacks.com, offers more than 100 snacks from PepsiCo brands, including dips, crackers, nuts, and more. Iconic brands are part of the experience, including Lay's, Tostitos, Cheetos and Ruffles. New items will be added in the coming months.Pepsi Develops New Sites In Less Than A Month PepsiCo said it developed the new online shopping sites from concept to execution in less than 30 days. The company leveraged a combination of its technology, insights, resources and inventory to better meet consumers' needs.What's Next For Pepsi Consumers can shop for themselves or send a package to friends and family, the company said. The majority of orders on both sites will arrive within two business days, according to Pepsi.Pepsi shares were trading down slightly at $134.29 at the time of publication Tuesday.Related Links:Morgan Stanley, BofA Remain PepsiCo Bulls After Q1 ReportCoca-Cola Faces Deteriorating Environment, But BofA Says Fundamentals Remain SolidSee more from Benzinga * Morgan Stanley, BofA Remain PepsiCo Bulls After Q1 Report(C) 2020 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.
Pepsi launched a pair of new websites through which it'll sell products. It hopes to satisfy demand for online food during the pandemic and beyond.
Gibu Thomas, PepsiCo SVP & Head of eCommerce, joins Yahoo Finance to discuss Pepsico's new direct-to-consumer offerings, including the launch of PantryShop.com and Snacks.com.
As consumers increasingly turn online for their food and beverage needs during the COVID-19 pandemic, PepsiCo, Inc. (NASDAQ: PEP) today announced the launch of PantryShop.com and Snacks.com, two direct-to-consumer websites where shoppers can order an assortment of PepsiCo's trusted and loved food and beverage brands.
Nacho-loving rivals Guy Fieri and Bill Murray are teaming up for a "Nacho Average Showdown" virtual nacho-making competition to raise awareness and donations for the Restaurant Employee Relief Fund (RERF). The live event will provide some laughs and raise funds for America's restaurant workers facing financial hardship due to the COVID-19 crisis. Currently, eight million restaurant workers are unemployed.*
Consumer stocks have been a mixed bag for investors in this bear market.On the one hand, consumer staples, which provide life's necessities, have held up far better than the broader market as Americans stock up for what could be weeks spent indoors. But consumer discretionary stocks - companies selling clothes, burgers and cars - have been every bit as bad as the S&P; 500, if not worse.But there are several consumer stocks to buy on both sides of the aisle now: staples that should continue to perform well as long as the outbreak keeps a grip on the country, as well as discretionary plays that have been knocked down into value status and have higher yields - and higher upside potential when the economy rebounds - as a result.Here are eight large-cap consumer stocks to buy for income and growth. These companies boast varied mixes of dividend and upside potential. Some of them are bounce-back plays, while others are steady Eddies that investors can hold to protect against additional market declines. However, all of them have seen their dividend yields become at least a little richer over the past few weeks. SEE ALSO: 25 Dividend Stocks the Analysts Love the Most