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  • Mondelez (MDLZ) CEO Irene Rosenfeld tips off on CNBC that the company is more than likely to make acquisitions in developing nations. Her vision is taking the company's snacking platform from market to market, boosted by "tack-on" buys. The early analyst take on the Kraft spinoff is that Mondelez is the high-growth, risk-on trade while grocery player Kraft Foods Group (KRFT) looks like the stable dividend player[View news story]
    In article "Why Kraft Looks Cheap Before It Recrafts Itself," It said that KRFT will pay $2.00 dividend and based on the when-issued price yields 4.4%. This is exact quote . Would some one explain exactly what this means? MDLZ is paying .29 dividend quarterly.
    Oct 3, 2012. 05:59 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Jefferies analyst Scott Mushkin advises investors to grab the more stable Kraft Foods Group (KRFT +4%) over its spinoff brother Mondelez International (MDLZ -1.1%). The analyst sees KRFT delivering revenue and profit above expectations, while predicting a future hike in the company's already lush $2.00-a-share dividend. [View news story]
    I found the info regarding the stock split and spin off very confusing and the info that was given regarding which stock would have a dividend also difficult to decipher. Is the dividend per stock per year?
    Oct 3, 2012. 04:56 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment