Campbell Soup Story Overview

CPB -- USA Stock  

USD 40.23  0.09  0.22%

Macroaxis News
  
By Nathan Young

Campbell Soup has been in the news for their recent acquisition of Snyder’s-Lance, which will be financed through $6.2B in both long-term and short-term notes. Campbell is probably most known for their soup, which includes the classic holiday season commercial that depicts a child melting away the cold while consuming the tomato soup. The snack business appears to be the play for Campbell as they push further into the space.

Food Products
Fama & French Classification
Campbell Soup Acquires Synders Lance in an Effort to Push Further into Snacks

CEO Denise Morrison stated that the combination of the newly acquired Snyder’s-Lance with Pepperidge Farm, Arnott’s and Kelsen will create a diversified snacking leader. Snacks are an extremely competitive market and all you need to do is walk down the chip section to see it. Both stocks were positively influenced in the market upon learning of the news.




Competition in this space is fierce and include companies such as Pepsi Co. Meaning there is more than just food, rather soft drinks and baking can come into the equation. With the given pressure to eat healthier, it could prove to be difficult to sustain current momentum. There are healthier options within the snack food market, but overall they remain unhealthy.  

What does this mean as an investor, you can look at it in two lights. First would be the short term play and swing trade any news and momentum from the recent purchase. This is risky but can payoff in the short term. Secondly, you can play the long term game if you belive this purchase will allow the company to grow and compete on new levels, driving more top line growth.  

It’s important to look at the overall health of the company to understand if they can whether any storms that might be heading their way. Understand their cash flows and debt levels, ensuring they are not over leveraged. Campbell is a staple name in the food industry but recently has been spinning their wheels. This purchase should look to push them onward and upward, boosting returns for current and future investors.

Story Momentum

This article from Macroaxis published on 19 of December contributed to the next trading period closing price depreciation.The overall trading delta to the next next day price was 0.92% . The overall trading delta when the story was published to current price is 17.71% .

Similar stores for Campbell Soup

a day ago at http://www.nasdaq.com 
Conagra Q1 Earnings Sales Likely to Increase YY
nasdaq News
NasdaqFull coverage
few days ago at www.macroaxis.com 
Exercise or conversion by Weber Charlotte C of 5825 shares of Campbell Soup subject to Rule 16b-3
Macroaxis News
Filed transaction by Campbell Soup Co director. Exercise or conversion of derivative security exempted pursuant to Rule 16b-3
over a week ago at http://globalexportlines.com 
Worth Watching Stocks News Buzz Wells Fargo Company, , Campbell Soup Company,
news
Global Export Lines Full coverage
over a week ago at www.macroaxis.com 
Sale by Van Beuren John A of 1558 shares of Campbell Soup
Macroaxis News
Filed transaction by Campbell Soup Co executive. General open market or private sale of non-derivative or derivative security
over two weeks ago at http://globalexportlines.com 
Notable Stocks Buzzers Campbell Soup Company, , Suncor Energy Inc.,
news
Global Export Lines Full coverage
over two weeks ago at http://www.fairfieldcurrent.com 
Pinebridge Investments LP Has 1.20 Million Position in Campbell Soup
news
Fairfield CurrentOpportunity on Hot Stock Campbell Soup Company NYSE DAILY The Volatility Option Trade After Earnings in Campbell Soup Company CML NewsFull coverage
over two weeks ago at http://www.reuters.com 
Payment of 11659 shares by Johnson M Carl Iii of Campbell Soup subject to Rule 16b-3
reuters
Filed transaction by Campbell Soup Co officer. Payment of exercise price or tax liability by delivering or withholding securities
over three weeks ago at http://www.talktraders.com 
Campbell Soup Company Stock underwent a drastic change
news
Talk Traders Full coverage
over three weeks ago at www.macroaxis.com 
Sale by Van Beuren John A of 400 shares of Campbell Soup
Macroaxis News
Filed transaction by Campbell Soup Co executive. General open market or private sale of non-derivative or derivative security
over a month ago at www.macroaxis.com 
Campbell Soup exotic insider transaction detected
Macroaxis News
Filed transaction by Campbell Soup Co executive. Unconventional Insider trading
over a month ago at http://topchronicle.com 
Which Stock Worth Selling, Campbell Soup Company or T-Mobile US, Inc.
news
TopChronicleCampbell Soup Company price target set to 35.00 by Piper Jaffray Companies Market ExclusiveLookout for Price Target NIKE, Inc., , Campbell Soup Company, Global Export Lines Full coverage
over two months ago at www.macroaxis.com 
Campbell Soup exotic insider transaction detected
Macroaxis News
Filed transaction by Campbell Soup Co director. Unconventional Insider trading
over three months ago at www.macroaxis.com 
Sale by Van Beuren Hope H of 10000 shares of Campbell Soup
Macroaxis News
Filed transaction by Campbell Soup Co executive. General open market or private sale of non-derivative or derivative security

Latest Stories

Recently Published Stories

Compare Campbell Soup

Compare Campbell Soup To Peers

Current Ratio

Current Ratio Comparative Analysis

  Current Ratio 
      Campbell Soup Comparables 
Campbell Soup is currently under evaluation in current ratio category among related companies. Current Ratio is calculated by dividing the Current Assets of a company by its Current Liabilities. It measures whether or not a company has enough cash or liquid assets to pay its current liability over the next fiscal year. The ratio is regarded as a test of liquidity for a company.
Check also Campbell Soup Hype Analysis, Campbell Soup Correlation and Campbell Soup Performance. Please also try Crypto Portfolio Optimizer module to optimize portfolio of digital coins and token across multiple currency and exchanges.
Search macroaxis.com