44.73 0.00 (0.00%)
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|Bid||44.64 x 3100|
|Ask||44.73 x 800|
|Day's Range||44.53 - 44.80|
|52 Week Range||41.45 - 48.62|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||133.12|
|Earnings Date||Jul 25, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.56 (3.49%)|
|1y Target Est||49.60|
As cryptocurrencies have continued to grow in popularity (even in spite of diminished prices in 2018), it may be only a matter of time before major companies across the country launch their own unique digital currency offerings. A unique corporate cryptocurrency could have numerous benefits, including increasing the likelihood of customer access to a better product, the building of brand loyalty, and more. Crypto Daily highlights a hypothetical digital currency launch by a company like Coca Cola ( KO).
The World Cup began in 1930. After a 12-year break due to World War II, the soccer — oops, fútbol — tournament has been played every four years since 1950. This weekend we watched France beat Croatia 4-2 to win the 2018 World Cup.
PepsiCo’s (PEP) 12-month forward PE ratio grew 2.2% to 19.4x on July 10 in reaction to its Q2 2018 results. PepsiCo surpassed analysts’ expectations and maintained its fiscal 2018 guidance.
The definition of penny stocks is entirely subjective. What I think constitutes a risky penny stock, you might feel is a robust, thriving enterprise. From there, I’ll tackle the five rules investors should follow to be successful in trading penny stocks.
Coca-Cola took its first dip into long-form video by partnering with Punched in the Head Productions on four 10-minute episodes of Coke-filled reality TV.
MCD stock took off in late 2015, not long after CEO Steve Easterbrook took over. Meanwhile, McDonald’s own aggressive efforts to “refranchise” company-owned restaurants were praised by the market because they would improve operating margin percentage — and lessen McDonald’s capital requirements. Since then, however, MCD stock has weakened.
In the previous article, we learned that legendary investment company Goldman Sachs has an optimistic view on commodities, and it believes that it could see a 10% upside in the coming 12-month period.
In the previous article, we learned that legendary investment company Goldman Sachs (GS) has recommended some stocks that could provide strong and stable profit margins in the rising inflationary environment.
The World Cup has been a huge success this year. Outside of U.S. viewership dropping thanks to the lack of an American team, the 2018 World Cup has had everything else. The 2018 World Cup has had it all.
The company's North America beverages sales fell 0.9 percent - its smallest drop in four quarters - as the company went "toe-to-toe" with rival Coca-Cola in marketing and pricing and launched a campaign to revive soda sales. Chief Executive Officer Indra Nooyi has been trying to popularize the company's trademark colas amid intense competition from Coca-Cola Co (KO.N) and as consumers opt for healthier drinks. Demand for its zero sugar Pepsi and diet Pepsi were "flying off the shelves," Nooyi said in a post earnings call with analysts.
PepsiCo Inc.’s beverage sales in North America fell for the fourth quarter in a row, but the company posted a slight gain in revenue, helped by its domestic snacks business and overseas divisions. Revenue for the North America beverage unit—the company’s largest division by revenue—fell 0.9% to $5.19 billion. The company’s beverage sales in North America have been falling since the third quarter of 2017, ratcheting up pressure on the company to consider spinning off its bottling operations or even splitting off its beverage business entirely.
PepsiCo (NYSE:PEP) beat on both revenue and earnings estimates in their latest earnings report. Although PEP stock has resumed its pattern of slow growth, it remains a stock better suited for those in need of dividend income.
After a couple of decades, it would seem that the idea of free trade or cooperative trade would be an accepted global practice. To fulfill campaign promises and appease his base, Trump is promising “fair trade” and “better deals” for American industry and workers. The chilling effects of trade tensions were felt publicly when badass American icon Harley-Davidson (NYSE:HOG) announced that it would be offshoring international manufacturing for foreign markets due to the threat.
The company’s latest results highlight the juxtaposition. The company beat analyst estimates for profit in the most recent quarter, largely on the strength of Frito-Lay, which produces well-known brands like Cheetos and Tostitos. The results sent Pepsi’s shares higher -- up the most in more than five years -- but puts Pepsi under increasing pressure to fix its beverage business, particularly its namesake soda brand.
As shopping habits shift towards digital purchasing, food and beverage companies turn to advanced technology for a competitive edge.
Second quarter earnings season will be tricky for investors to decode. On the one hand, the raw numbers from Corporate America are likely to look impressive. Profit margins are forecast to expand by 88 basis points to an all-time high of 10.9% says strategists at Goldman Sachs, aided by a 14 percentage point reduction in the statutory corporate tax rate.
Welcome to the latest episode of the Full-Court Finance podcast from Zacks Investment Research where Associate Stock Strategist Ben Rains dives into the potential future of Gatorade rival BodyArmor, before he discusses why fast-fashion giant Uniqlo decided to spend $300 million to lure Roger Federer away from Nike (NKE). The episode then ends with a fun and quick dive into the world of publicly traded soccer teams amid all the Cristiano Ronaldo transfer speculation.
Pfizer Inc. (NYSE: PFE) is the world's 44th-largest public company, according to Forbes. As of July 27, 2018, Pfizer had a market capitalization of $217.78 billion. Pfizer's roots date back to 1849, when two German-American entrepreneurs opened the company as a fine chemicals business, and it grew into a world-leading pharmaceuticals company that manufactures, markets, and distributes over 200 drugs in the United States.
“The worst-case scenario for us is that Silicon Valley gets so far behind on these issues that we just can’t be trusted as an industry," Levie said in this week’s episode of Recode Decode, hosted by Kara Swisher. "We rely on the Fortune 500 trusting Silicon Valley’s technology, to some extent, for our success."
PepsiCo (PEP) has exceeded analysts’ earnings expectations for nine consecutive quarters. In the fiscal first quarter, which ended on March 24, PepsiCo’s adjusted EPS of $0.96 surpassed analysts’ estimate of $0.93.
This could indicate that investors who seek to profit from falling equity prices are not currently targeting KO. Over the last one-month, outflows of investor capital in ETFs holding KO totaled $3.12 billion.