Global brand, food, and beverage companies with essential products.
128 Companies listed
BJ's Wholesale Club
Tootsie Roll Industries Inc
Hostess Brands Inc
US Foods Holding Corp
Seven & i Holdings
Albertsons Companies Inc
Performance Food Group Co
Celsius Holdings Inc
Energizer Holdings Inc
Fresh Del Monte Produce Inc
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FDA staff endorses Johnson & Johnson's single-shot Covid vaccine for emergency use
The FDA's staff endorsed Johnson & Johnson's Covid-19 vaccine for emergency use, a critical step in bringing a third shot to the U.S. marketplace.
about 6 hours ago
HSBC to exit its US retail banking business in search of increased profitability
The decision accelerates a shift away from its beleaguered US operations and follows the shuttering of 80 branches across the country in 2020. HSBC is considering selling its remaining 150 US locations to enable its broader focus on Asia. It plans to invest around $6 billion into the region over the next five years and allocate half of its total capital there in the next three to six years. HSBC is doubling down on its China and Hong Kong roots—and Insider Intelligence believes that the region's outsized importance could create significant opportunities for growth and profitability.
about 6 hours ago
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Goldman Sachs Raises Oil Price Targets: 3 Mega-Cap Integrated Leaders to Buy Now
If any sector took a beating in 2020, it was energy. Many of the top companies in the sector were forced to cut capital expenditures, in some cases lowering or eliminating dividends, and generally hunker down until there was an improvement in demand.
about 7 hours ago