$131.22 0.93 (0.70%)
13:17 EDT PEP Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $132.15
Market Cap 185.59B
PE Ratio 38.48
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 1.20M
Day's Range 130.38 - 132.82
52-Week Range 101.42 - 147.20
Dividend & Yield 3.47 (2.64%)
PEP Stock Predictions, Articles, and PepsiCo News
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Pepsi stock has made back most of its pandemic losses. But the company's push into new markets may be holding back its efforts to reclaim all-time highs.
Coronavirus hazard pay has some companies paying employees more during the crisis, as well as handing out extra benefits.
You can count on these 20 stocks to buy if you’re betting on America in the long term. Here's why each will stand the test of time.
With the market flying high but risks in the air, this is a great time to play defense by buying these seven super safe dividend stocks.
By Ken Trester
My indicators are giving bullish readings this week, and I want to capitalize on broader participation in the rally with a bullish trade on Conagra Brands, Inc. (NYSE:CAG).
These companies have successfully merged technological innovation with consumer demand to emerge from the pandemic stronger than ever before.
Pepsico earnings for Q2 of fiscal 2020 have PEP stock rising on Monday after the company beat Wall Street expectations for EPS and revenue.
To prepare for the increase in volatility as earnings season starts, we recommend covered call trade on Ball Corporation (NYSE:BLL).
Companies that save you time and money are also great stocks to buy. Here are seven that you might consider for your portfolio.
Consumer staples stocks are lagging the rest of the market. Here are three weaklings that bears can short if support breaks.
PEP stock was not spared as the Dow tumbled 1,800 points on June 11. But the stock should recover as investors look for defensive stocks.
PepsiCo is doing better in 2020 than most investors realize and PEP stock is strong thanks to a robust snacks business.
Bullish action won't last forever. MMM, CAT and PEP are 3 stocks to buy given strong fundamentals will help them weather whatever Q2 brings.
PepsiCo, Harley-Davidson, Pfizer and Southwest Airlines were our top stock trades. That said, here's a look at their post-earnings setups.
CNBC “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer believes that rather than index funds, the stocks to buy are companies we can’t live without.
Comments from President Trump that he would like to see the U.S. economy reopened by Easter, which is April 12, contributed to the ebullience on Wall Street, though that forecast for business as usual may prove to be optimistic.
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