|Bid||49.200 x 100|
|Ask||49.220 x 500|
|Day's Range||48.640 - 49.240|
|52 Week Range||43.210 - 54.180|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||28.26|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.76 (1.58%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Church & Dwight's (CHD) continued focus on product innovation and strategic buyouts drives its performance. Consistent strength at consumer international has been driving overall organic sales.
Deutsche Bank's Steve Powers and his team initiated coverage on 14 consumer staples stocks on Thursday, nearly evenly split between Buy and Hold ratings. Powers rates eight of the companies--Coca-Cola ...
As of November 24, 2017, Colgate-Palmolive (CL) stock was trading at a forward PE multiple of 24.0x, which is higher than its peers.
The market rewards growth above all else, but for those pulling the trigger on big deals, weighing the pros and cons only gets more challenging as the transactions get bigger.
Church & Dwight (CHD) reported better-than-expected 3Q17 results, thanks to strong volumes growth across all its business segments.
Consumer staples have been lagging this year, with the Consumer Staples Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLP) up 7.7%, compared to a 17.3% gain for the S&P 500. However, not all consumer staples stocks are created equal. Today Societe Generale's Iain Simpson and his team upgraded Church & Dwight (CHD) to Buy from Hold, writing that recent weakness provides a good entry point for investors, while downgrading Colgate Palmolive (CL) to Sell from Hold, writing that the stock looks pricey as earnings growth remains "elusive." Simpson reiterated his $54 price target on Church & Dwight, arguing that the stock's premium to other global staples has eroded recently, leaving its valuation looking "undemanding," against a backdrop of better pricing discipline. More detail from his note: US laundry has seen intense price competition in recent quarters, driven by P&G (PG) responding to Henkel’s (HENKY) recent acquisition of Sun. However, with oil prices now up 40%+ from their June lows of $40 a barrel, we expect rising input costs to drive greater industry price discipline in 2018, as seen in previous commodity cycles. CHD is a highly acquisitive company, and tends to book a large part of the purchase price of each deal as non-goodwill intangible assets which are then amortized down over time.
Categories: Yahoo FinanceGet free summary analysis Our analysis is based on comparing Church & Dwight Co., Inc. with the following peers – Procter & Gamble Company, Colgate-Palmolive Company, Clorox Company, Reckitt Benckiser Group plc, CCA Industries, Inc., Henkel AG & Co. KGaA Sponsored ADR Pfd, Ecolab Inc., FMC Corporation, Johnson & Johnson and Ocean Bio-Chem, Inc. (PG-US, ... Read more (Read more...)
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Church & Dwight Company's (CHD) 3Q17 results gain from organic sales growth in all segments. The company's focus on innovation remains a major growth driver.
Church & Dwight's (CHD) Q3 earnings and sales came ahead of the Zacks Consensus Estimate. Management also provided outlook for fourth quarter 2017.
On a per-share basis, the Ewing, New Jersey-based company said it had profit of 52 cents. Earnings, adjusted for pretax gains, came to 49 cents per share. The results topped Wall Street expectations. The ...
While acquisitions are likely to aid Church & Dwight's (CHD) top line, high promotional costs, pricing pressure and stiff competition remain concerns in the third quarter.
Colgate-Palmolive (CL) stock has risen 14.5% on a YTD (year-to-date) basis as of October 11, 2017. The stock benefited from a few rating upgrades.
Church & Dwight Co Inc (NYSE:CHD) outperformed the Household Products industry on the basis of its ROE – producing a higher 22.73% relative to the peer average of 17.92% overRead More...
Canada’s national newspaper, the Globe and Mail, frequently runs a feature in its business section called “Me and My Money,” where average Canadians discuss how they invest their retirement savings. Author Larry MacDonald does an excellent job telling these stories. Checking out Flipboard today, I came across MacDonald’s Aug. 4 column about retired banker Charles Fournier, who just happens to write his own investment blog, Financial Freedom is a Journey.