4 Consumer Stock Stories For Monday Investment Shopping

Delta Air Lines (NYSE:DAL): Closing price $18.36

Senator Charles Schumer (D-NY) is requesting that airlines reverse their recent decisions to hike flight change fees. On Sunday, Shumer said that higher fees recently implemented by Delta Air Lines, American Airlines, United Airlines, and U.S. Airways cause difficulties for families on budgets to travel, reported the Associated Press. Recently, those four carriers raised fees on ticket changes from $150 to $200.

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DISH Network Corporation (NASDAQ:DISH): Closing price $38.70

Chairman Charlie Ergen of Dish Network Corp. has made a $2-billion offer for spectrum from the bankrupt wireless-broadband firm LightSquared, which is owned by Philip Falcone’s hedge fund firm, say inside sources. The Federal Communications Commission has not yet okayed its use, but Ergen has offered to buy the spectrum anyway, according to the sources. LightSquared filed for bankruptcy in 2012 following regulators blocking approval to build its network on fears that it would interfere with global-positioning system signals.

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Kellogg Co. (NYSE:K): Closing price $64.88

Special K first debuted back in 1955 as a no-frills breakfast alternative to flakes, but is now popular with dieters who view its lighter chips and pastries as a method  to suppress cravings and lose weight. This coming summer, Kellogg is going a step farther with a “hot cereal” to be named Special K Nourish, made with quinoa and other grains. This new line, promises to fill people up with 8 grams of protein and 5 grams of fiber, and is part Special K’s drive to move in step with evolving trends.

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Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F): Closing price $15.05

Research buy Ford indicates that automobiles having four-cylinder engines already account for over half of domestic new-vehicle sales, and that figure could grow to two-thirds by the end of this decade. The movement towards the smaller engines results from strict federal fuel-efficiency standards, known as Corporate Average Fuel Economy, or CAFE, which means that an increasing portion of cars, SUVs and trucks will enter the four-cylinder market by 2020. A number of analysts say that Ford’s estimates seem high, but Ford has before been atypical when referring to power trains.

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