Following are Wednesday's Pops & Drops.
Find out what’s going up, what’s going down and whether our traders would double down, fade or run in the other direction!
The catalyst: General Mills forecast full-year earnings below Wall Street estimates as it boosts investment in emerging markets and its North American Yoplait yogurt business.
The trade: I’m cautious, says trader Stephen Weiss. They’re also talking about pension costs increasing due to low returns.
The catalyst: UBS lowered its 2012 profit targets on Harley Davidson to $2.77 from $2.91, and trimmed 2013 estimates to $3.31 from $3.47, following a meeting between analysts and company executives Monday.
The trade: I don’t think the analyst community got what they wanted to hear, says Dan Nathan. I’d go to the sidelines.
The catalyst: O’Reilly said sales growth was slower than expected and second-quarter profit would be on the lower end of the company’s forecast range.
The trade: The stock had been a monster, says trader Guy Adami. But there are no one day events; it probably moves even lower.Page 1 of 4 | Next Page