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|Bid||40.60 x 1100|
|Ask||40.95 x 900|
|Day's range||40.62 - 40.90|
|52-week range||40.04 - 47.23|
|PE ratio (TTM)||35.82|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.88 (2.14%)|
|1y target est||N/A|
Analysts expect Mondelēz International's (MDLZ) sales to rebound in 3Q17. They're projecting sales of $6.5 billion, a 1.0% rise on a YoY (year-over-year) basis.
Analysts expect Mondelēz International (MDLZ) to report 3Q17 EPS (earnings per share) of $0.55, which would be a YoY (year-over-year) rise of 5.8%.
Mondelēz International (MDLZ) is set to announce its 3Q17 results on October 30, 2017. Analysts expect it to report improved sales and profitability.
On this week's episode of Shopping for Stocks, host and Zacks Editor Maddy Johnson revisits American fashion icon Coach Inc. (COH), and its recent decision to change its corporate name.
Nestle's U.S. confectionery business, which includes brands such as Butterfinger and Baby Ruth, could fetch as much as $2.5 billion, sources said.
Bernstein’s Ali Dibadj and his team take a look at consumer staples industries, writing that foreign exchange movements have been largely positive for the sector leading up to third-quarter earnings. They ...
Hain Celestial Group (HAIN) offers investors one of the strongest growth profiles in the industry. We believe that the stock is poised to surge as the economy gradually revives and demand for natural food and personal care products categories improve.
P&G says shareholders voted against giving Nelson Peltz a seat on its board, a huge win for the company.
Tuesday will see whether Nelson Peltz gets a seat on the board of consumer goods giant Procter & Gamble — the result of the largest proxy fight in history.
Procter & Gamble CEO David Taylor, CFO Jon Moeller and board member and Hewlett Packard Enterprise CEO Meg Whitman held a webcast on Tuesday.
Former chairman and CEO of Procter & Gamble A.G. Lafley has come to the vocal defense of the consumer packaged goods giant.
The consumer product giant unveiled the homework it has done on Peltz, who is engaged in proxy fight for a board seat.
Warren Buffett shocked the food world last month when he said Kraft Heinz isn't interested in buying Mondelez. Here's why he might have said that.
Nestle and Unilever (Amsterdam: UZ8.AS - news) both snapped up small, artisanal brands on Thursday, part of a drive by big food firms to boost slowing sales with products seen as ethical or healthy. Changing consumer tastes and habits have rocked the processed food sector, letting upstarts steal market share from traditional brands with the growth of e-commerce, social media and interest in sustainability and health. Natural, organic, artisanal or plant-based products have been a bright spot in an otherwise tepid market, where the need to buy growth and cut costs led to Danone (LSE: 0KFX.L - news) 's purchase of WhiteWave and failed attempts by Kraft Heinz (Swiss: KHC.SW - news) to buy Unilever and Mondelez to buy Hershey.
From cocoa to tea, food and drink giants are setting their own standards for ethical sourcing of raw materials, moving away from third-party labels such as Fairtrade. Mondelez International (Frankfurt: A1J4U0 - news) , owner of chocolate brands Cadbury and Toblerone, Unilever (NYSE: UL - news) , behind tea brands such as Lipton and PG Tips, and Barry Callebaut (IOB: 0QO7.IL - news) , the world's biggest producer of chocolate and cocoa products, have all introduced their own schemes.
From cocoa to tea, food and drink giants are setting their own standards for ethical sourcing of raw materials, moving away from third-party labels such as Fairtrade. Mondelez International (MDLZ.O), owner of chocolate brands Cadbury and Toblerone, Unilever (ULVR.L), behind tea brands such as Lipton and PG Tips, and Barry Callebaut, the world's biggest producer of chocolate and cocoa products, have all introduced their own schemes.
Shares of Mondelez fell Wednesday after Warren Buffett said Kraft Heinz isn't interested in buying the snack company.
Danone shares rose more than 6 percent on a Bloomberg report that Corvex now owns a stake of about $400 million and speculation of a possible takeover.
Costly cyber attacks are having a bigger impact on corporate earnings and are becoming a fact of life for companies as Oreo cookie maker Mondelez, drug maker Merck (LSE: 0O14.L - news) and others said that a destructive "worm" attack in the last week of the second quarter disrupted operations. Mondelez International Inc (Frankfurt: A1J4U0 - news) , the world's second-largest confectionary company, reported a 5 percent drop in quarterly sales on Wednesday, blaming shipping and invoicing delays caused by the June 27 attack of the worm, known as NotPetya. Other NotPetya victims include Merck (Jakarta: 28586808.JK - news) & Co Inc, which last week warned that NotPetya had halted production of some drugs, saying it has yet to understand the full costs associated with the attack.
"I will be cheering from the sidelines," outgoing Mondelez CEO Irene Rosenfeld said Wednesday about her departure.