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Campbell Soup Co. (CPB)

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(Sharecast News) - Wall Street is set for a mixed start on Wednesday on reports that the US administration is set to ratchet up the pressure on Beijing on trade.

(ShareCast News) - Campbell Soup has agreed to buy snack maker Snyder's-Lance for $50.00 per share in an all-cash transaction.

(ShareCast News) - Campbell Soup shares slid ahead of the open after the producer of canned soup's fourth-quarter results disappointed.

US stock futures were expected to decline on Wednesday as US inflation figures came in lower than expected, although they rose in opening deals.

Q2 GDP growth revised higher to 2.5 per cent; US jobless claims dip, beat forecasts; Syria tensions ease as politicians hesitate.

Fit and refreshed after yesterday's Labour Day holiday, traders are set to return to the fray today, with spread betting quotes indicating that a inconclusive start could be on the cards.

-Obama to seek partial tax-cut extension
-Two Fed Presidents back calls for QE3
-Alcoa results due out after the close

- Banks firmer as hopes of Greek bailout rise.
- Results from food groups are like the curate's egg.
- Oil rises to nine-month high.

Second quarter results from Campbell Soup were a bit thicker than the market had been expecting.

The S&P 500 fell for the fifth day in a row as European debt problems continued to cast a shadow over Wall Street while US gross domestic product data was also underwhelming.

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Market Data

Currency US Dollars
52 Week High $49.46
52 Week Low $32.83
Shares Issued 323.00m
Market Cap $15,688m


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