Place your bets, folks. I'm going with an increase to .575, or $2.30/share per year. At $66/share, this equates to just under 3.5%, which makes the stock a bit more appealing. As a long buying PG via their DRIP program for now many years now (and while I appreciate the lack of violent up/down swings), I sure would like to see some 'up' movement.
I'm actually quite disappointed in this hike. Considering the divesting that's been going on and the buckets of cash coming into the company that they could only muster a 7% increase this year is disappointing at best.