Kellogg Co (K)
$64.50 1.02 (1.56%)
18:30 EST K Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $64.50
Market Cap 22.37B
PE Ratio 15.58
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 2.54M
Day's Range 63.93 - 65.05
52-Week Range 51.34 - 71.05
Dividend & Yield 2.18 (3.38%)
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is warning customers that they really should not eat Kellogg's (K) Honey Smacks cereal.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is warning consumers not to eat Kellogg's (K) Honey Smacks cereal due to a salmonella outbreak.
K stock should slowly improve as the company cuts costs, increases dividends, and reverses years of revenue declines as it adapts to changing consumer tastes.
Kellogg (K) has announced a Honey Smacks recall due to salmonella risk after 73 people fell ill and 24 were hospitalized.
Kellogg (K) is the latest company to announced that it will be exiting operations in Venezuela, a country that is in political and economic turmoil.
Kellogg (K) stock was up on Thursday following the release of a positive earnings report for the first quarter of the year.
General Mills stock is going to be tough to own until it's clear the company can do something to abate ever-increasing costs.
Target (TGT) announced that it is rolling out a "Unicorn Magic" ice cream, which was described as a "cherry flavored ice cream" with sour blue raspberry.
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Kellogg (K) is buying the maker of RXBAR protein bars for $600 million in a deal that it expects to close by the end of the year.
Kellogg CEO John Bryant is retiring after 20 years with the company next month and the Board already has his replacement ready.
Stocks drift lower Friday for the first two-day decline since August as investors show concern about the Fed and the geopolitical sphere.
General Mills is bringing back artificial colors and flavors to Trix cereal following customers complaints about changes made in 2016.
Crushing selling pressure is starting to hit key packaged food stocks amid poor results and broad pressure against brand-name products.
After 100 years of business, some of these names are still going strong while others are going down the drain.
The drumbeats of a trade war are getting louder, which would really cause the economy to suffer. Already, the current presidential administration is talking about putting penalties on imported steel and things of that sort, so this is a time in which there are a lot of risks for the market as a whole.
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In a report released today, Eric Larson from Buckingham maintained a Buy rating on Kellogg (K – Research Report), with a price target of $76.00. The company’s shares closed last Monday at $65.90. According to TipRanks.com, Larson is a 3-star analyst with an average return of 3.2% and a 65.0% success rate. Larson covers the
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