U.S. stocks rose a second day, after equities posted the worst week since 2012, as earnings from Coca-Cola Co. and Johnson & Johnson overwhelmed concerns that tensions in Ukraine are worsening.
SodaStream International Ltd, the Israeli maker of home soda machines, dropped to the lowest level in two months after Stifel Financial Corp. said competition from larger rivals will erode the company’s profits.
Beta has become a bad word on Wall Street, just in time for earnings season.
Coca-Cola Co.’s investment has quickly driven bearish traders away from Keurig Green Mountain Inc. It will take a lot longer to see if Coke gulps down the rest of the coffee maker.
Options traders are pouring into bullish bets on Keurig Green Mountain Inc., confident Coca-Cola Co.’s investment will keep boosting a stock that has been a favorite target of short sellers.
SodaStream International Ltd., the Israeli maker of home soda machines, is posting its third straight quarterly rout in the stock market as sales growth falters.
The market for arabica-coffee futures feels overcaffeinated.
Keurig Green Mountain Inc., the maker of single-serve coffee brewers, will replace WPX Energy Inc. in the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index, S&P Dow Jones Indices said in a statement.
Doreen Cappelli is so hooked on her morning cappuccino that she says she’d pay a lot more to get it.
Coffee futures in New York yesterday capped the biggest two-day decline since 2010 as rains aid Brazilian crops damaged by a drought that boosted prices almost 60 percent this year.
"We are cooperating fully with the SEC staff's inquiry."
- Green Mountain on Nov 28, 2012
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