Coca-Cola’s FIRST Dairy Product and 4 Bubbling Stocks

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Coca-Cola‘s (NYSE:KO) move to enter global dairy products could receive a setback in Mexico if  Jugos del Valle SAPI, a juice-maker it partly owns, is not allowed by regulators to acquire a dairy property. Core Power, a protein shake, is Coke’s first dairy product and will hit U.S. store shelves next month.

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According to the WSJ, the NYSE (NYSE:NYX), facing competition from banks and electronic-trading firms, will offer stock quotes to retail investors in less-than-a-penny increments.

ABC-MART, INC. , a Japanese retailer of athletic, business and casual footwear, is acquiring Portland-based  LaCrosse Footwear (NASDAQ:BOOT) in a cash deal that pays $20 per share, or approximately $138 million. The purchase price represents a premium of 82% over LaCrosse Footwear’s average closing stock price over the past 30 days ended July 5.

Shares of Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) were on a roll after CEO Reed Hastings indicated on a Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) post that the company’s online streaming service was seeing continued growth – shares were higher by 13.4 percent, closing at a two-month high of $81.72 Thursday.

Shares of hard-disk manufacturer Seagate Technology Inc. (NASDAQ:STX) and software firm Informatica Corp. (NASDAQ:INFA) were down in evening trading after the firms lowered quarterly guidance.

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