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Campbell Soup Posting Notable Loss In Late-Day Trading

After gapping open lower, shares of Campbell Soup (CPB) remain firmly in negative territory in late-day trading on Friday. Campbell Soup is currently down by 3 percent after ending the previous session at its best closing level in well over a month.

Campbell Soup reported fiscal second quarter results that exceeded analyst estimates, but CEO Denise Morrison called the quarter "disappointing."

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