* Sales fall 3.6 pct to $1.90 bln (Adds EPS guidance and context on retailer inventory movements)
May 22 (Reuters) - Packaged foods maker Campbell Soup Co reported lower-than-expected quarterly sales, hurt by a strong dollar and "movements in retailer inventory levels" in its U.S. soups business.
May 22 (Reuters) - Campbell Soup Co, the maker of Pepperidge Farm cookies and Goldfish crackers, reported a 3.6 percent fall in quarterly sales, hurt by a strong dollar and "retailer inventory movements" in its U.S. soup business.
Tepid soup sales continued to plague Campbell Soup in the third quarter, but the profit improvement posted, with adjusted gross margins up 70 basis points to 35.9% and adjusted
highly opportunistic long-term fundamentals. Campbell Soup Company Moat: Wide | Risk: Below Avg | Price/Fair ..... Expected Annual Return*: 15.6% What It Does: Campbell Soup Company CPB is the largest seller of soups in the world and
December after a 0.6% decline in November, as measured by the CPB World Trade Monitor. Fourth-quarter world trade increased ..... 5 in November and December, respectively. According to the CPB World Trade Monitor, world exports were at 140.4 in December
the float is 19% of shares outstanding; the store traffic is declining. Heinz-Kraft deal is a negative for Campbell Soup [ CPB ] as it was the rumored target of Brazil’s 3G Capital ; the sales and EBITDA are flat and the EPS has grown
Capital in another deal, and we had assumed that it would likely involve a packaged food company, with Kellogg K and Campbell Soup CPB being the possible candidates. As such, we were a bit surprised to see Buffett going along with a purchase of Kraft
capital expenditures, which drives economic growth and jobs, finally seems coming out of the doldrums. For instance, Campbell Soup plans to boost capex, as it’s called, 15% this year. Automobile sales in 2014 were off the charts, marking their
negative 2015/Q1 earnings [ and for Q2 too ], the average investor will be shocked to find that in a few weeks. Campbell Soup [ CPB ; yield 2.7%; fwd P/E 20] has become too pricy for its near-term prospects. Men’s Wearhouse [ MW