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- CALM's 30 day story count now stands at 12.
- Over the past 16 days, the trend for CALM's stories per day has been choppy and unclear. It has oscillated between 1 and 5.
- CAL, ADD and BIRD are the most mentioned tickers in articles about CALM.
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Below are the latest news stories about CAL-MAINE FOODS INC that investors may wish to consider to help them evaluate CALM as an investment opportunity.
In the latest trading session, Cal-Maine Foods (CALM) closed at $56.68, marking a +0.07% move from the previous day.
In the most recent trading session, Cal-Maine Foods (CALM) closed at $55.19, indicating a -0.45% shift from the previous trading day.
A resurgence in the spread of highly pathogenic avian influenza elevated egg prices last year and could once more add to your grocery bill.
Cal-Maine Foods (CALM) detects highly pathogenic avian influenza at one of its Kansas facilities. It has halted production at the site and is following stringent measures to prevent an outbreak.
A bird flu outbreak at one of Cal-Maine Foods' facilities (CALM) is prompting new "eggflation" concerns. According to the egg-producer, about 684,000 laying hens, or approximately 1.6% of the company’s total flock is impacted. Yahoo Finance's Brooke DiPalma, Josh Schaefer, and Alexandra Canal discuss the impact of rising prices on consumer choices. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Yahoo Finance Live.
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Cal-Maine surges 8% after the largest U.S. egg producer reports its first avian influenza case. Analysts at Stephens say the continued outbreak could lead to an increase in egg prices, benefiting the company as supplies shrink.
(Bloomberg) -- Egg prices are likely to start rising again after the top US producer had its first-ever outbreak of deadly avian influenza. Most Read from BloombergJPMorgan Is in a Fight Over Its Client’s Lost $50 Million FortuneCitigroup Offers Partial Early Bonuses to Encourage Staff DeparturesTesla Recalls 2 Million Cars to Fix Autopilot Safety FlawsFed Pivots to Rate Cuts as Inflation Heads Toward 2% GoalElon Musk Is Planning a New University in AustinCal-Maine Foods Inc. in a statement Tues
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