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  • Cereals are losing favor with time-poor, health-conscious consumers, who increasingly breakfast on snack bars and yogurt.

  • An employee pours Pepsi from soft drinks pump behind the bar of a restaurant.

    PepsiCo's sales fell 2.9 percent, hurt by a strong dollar and weak revenue in some markets including Latin America and Europe.

  • Registration begins for the Oil Producing Countries Ministerial Meeting in Doha, Qatar.

    U.S. stocks looked set to open sharply lower on Monday, with investor sentiment hit by the news that major oil-producing countries had failed to agree to a freeze on crude output.

  • PepsiCo beats Street: CFO

    Hugh Johnston, PepsiCo CFO, breaks down the company's quarterly results. We saw strong growth in the U.S. and cost management was excellent for the quarter, says Johnston. We do see the weakening of the U.S. dollar as a potential benefit. Also Johnson weighs in on his appointment to Twitter's board.

  • Stifel Financial's 'Forces' statue of a battling bull and bear sits outside the office building in St. Louis, Missouri

    If you think the market is going to plod along at best or is due for a correction, there are still two stock trades for pessimists.

  • Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.

  • oil pipelines hot sun

    Jim Cramer unveiled the stocks to scoop up next week, as he expects oil to be in control of the market.

  • Rocket lift off

    Whether the earnings results will extend the markets' rally is up for debate.

  • Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.

  • Bottles of Coca-Cola and Pepsi soda are displayed on the shelves of a store.

    As Coca-Cola and PepsiCo trade near their all-time highs, some analysts think it's still time to buy these stocks.

  • Dipping into KO and PEP

    With Coca-Cola and Pepsi near all-time highs, John Faucher, JPMorgan Senior Beverages analyst, and Stephen Powers, UBS Household Products analyst, discuss investing in the beverage space.

  • Jim Cramer on Mad Money.

    Jim Cramer has taken the temperature on Wall Street and came to an interesting conclusion.

  • Fireworks explosion

    Jim Cramer shares the secret signs in the stock market that earnings are getting ready to pop.

  • Cramer: Signs an earnings explosion is coming

    Mad Money host Jim Cramer shares the secret signs in the stock market that earnings are getting ready to pop.

  • Consumer staples playbook

    The consumer staples sector is the second best performer month-to-date, so which stocks are a buy, with Peter Tuz, Chase Investment Counsel president, and Kevin Caron, Stifel Private Client Group market strategist.

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    Jim Wilkinson, Alibaba's senior vice president for international corporate affairs, is leaving the company to start a new firm. Re/code reports.

  • Soda consumption fizzles in US

    Caroline Levy, CLSA beverage analyst, discusses the slump in soda sales as consumers cut consumption while stock prices for Coca Coal and Pepsi surge.

  • Q2 catch-up trades

    The Fast Money traders look at stocks that can help you make up ground in the second quarter.

  • Laggards to leaders

    CNBC's Dom Chu looks at stocks that were among the biggest losers in the first quarter.

  • Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange

    With stocks at 2016 highs, the S&P 500 is about to enter one of its best months of the year.