While the cereal and snack food stock does offer a strong yield at 2.9%, I still consider this a stale pick.
Despite low profits, the company's top-line growth is appealing in this market.
Those seeking to support Motor City would be better served by purchasing shares of dividend-paying companies based in Michigan.
The word itself appeals to consumers, but it has no clear meaning and opens producers to lawsuits challenging the claim.
The results from the cereal giant Monday were a mixed bag.
Both are expected to post growth. Analysts are also looking for strong results from Tesla Motors and Time Warner.
While the Fed announcement is dominating the news, concern mounts over the US debt and budget debates in Washington.
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