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Ailing Wall Street Learns Soup Is Good Stock

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Ailing Wall Street Learns Soup Is Good Stock

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Ailing Wall Street Learns Soup Is Good Stock

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A closeup shot of the familiar red-and-white label of Campbell’s Soup.

A closeup shot of the familiar red-and-white label of Campbell's Soup. David McNew/Getty Images hide caption

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Monday's massive stock sell-off meant declining numbers for every company on the Dow Jones industrial average and all but one on the S&P 500.

So what was the lone brand name where investors sought refuge? Campbell's Soup Company.

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