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BC-Money & Markets Digest

February 27, 2019

Money & Markets modules for Thursday, Feb. 28


The Commerce Department delivers its preliminary estimate of fourth-quarter economic growth. Keurig Dr. Pepper and J.C. Penney report quarterly results.


The owner of Green Giant canned vegetables and Cream of Wheat breakfast porridge, B&G Foods, plunged to a nearly 7-year low after the Parsippany, New Jersey-based company reported profit far below what Wall Street had expected.


Buffett’s performance

After more than five decades arguing that his successful investments should be measured one way, billionaire Warren Buffet now wants to use a different yardstick.


Weight Watchers (WTW)

Dean Foods (DF)

Mylan (MYL)

Versum Materials (VSM)

Palo Alto Networks (PANW)

Campbell Soup (CPB)

EOG Resources (EOG)


Jensen Quality Growth (JENSX)

This “low-fuss, low-muss” fund earns a “Silver” rating. The managers’ forte is spotting historically profitable firms with the wherewithal to remain profitable for years.

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