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Colgate-Palmolive Company (CL)

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
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75.71-3.06 (-3.88%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
75.21 -0.50 (-0.66%)
Pre-Market: 08:12AM EDT
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    Lucas
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    Joey
    Zacks Rank #5 (Strong Sell) List today 5/17/2022: Colgate-Palmolive Company CL is a global consumer products company. The Zacks Consensus Estimate for its current year earnings has been revised 7.5% downward over the last 60 days.
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    Joey
    Lack of Leadership and No Innovation is today's Colgate. Colgate must increase prices to help offset Bidens Inflation. P&G is doing this, but then again it does have Higher Quality Leaders. What we are doing is Layoff's now...Phase 2 soon.
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    anthonyk1223
    Been a shareholder for over 30 years and attended many a shareholder meetings and all I have to say this year meeting was meaningless.
    One thing for sure going forward all meetings will be in the format. This way management can avoid facing the shareholders and not having to embarrass themselves by having prepared answers to shareholder questions.
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    Abe
    I don't like consumer staples right now and this company has just had poor growth and pretty low dividend.
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    Joey
    Colgate-Palmolive Co. shares CL, -5.13% slid 4% premarket Friday, after profit fell in the first quarter and company warned of continued pressure from inflation and geopolitical concerns. The consumer goods giant posted net income of $559 million, or 66 cents a share, for the quarter, down from $681 million, or 80 cents a share, in the year-earlier period. Adjusted per-share earnings came to 74 cents, matching the FactSet consensus. Sales edged up to $4.399 billion from $4.344 billion, squeaking ahead of the $4.398 billion FactSet consensus. The company said its gross profit margin and base business gross profit margin fell 220 basis points. "While our growth continued on the top line, our profitability was impacted by significant increases in raw material and logistics costs worldwide, and we expect the difficult cost environment to continue for the next several quarters," Chief Executive Noel Wallace said in a statement. "We remain sharply focused on our revenue growth management, including additional pricing, and funding-the-growth and other productivity initiatives." Wallace also cited the uncertainty stemming from Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the COVID pandemic, supply chain disruptions and volatility in consumer demand and currencies as pressures on the business. The company is now expecting full-year sales growth to come in at the high end of its 1% to 4% guidance. It expects a decline in gross profit margins, increased ad spending and double-digit EPS growth. Adjusted EPS however is expected to be down in the mid-single-digits. Shares are down about 5% in the year to date, while the S&P 500 SPX, -3.63% has fallen 10%.
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    Joey
    Colgate-Palmolive Struggles in 1st Quarter: Colgate-Palmolive Company (NYSE:CL) saw profits drop in the latest quarter, with net income of just $559 million, well below the $681 million mark of a year ago. It also cut its outlook for full-year earnings as price increases failed to offset higher logistics costs a reality that management said should continue for several more quarters
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    anthonyk1223
    Good time for CL to use it 5 billion $$$ buy back credit line while the price is dropping
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    Joey
    Zacks: Earnings Preview: Colgate-Palmolive (CL) Q1 Earnings Expected to Decline:
    The market expects Colgate-Palmolive (CL) to deliver a year-over-year decline in earnings on higher revenues when it reports results for the quarter ended March 2022.
    Bearish
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    Thad
    great buying point. I'm adding tomorrow.
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    Lisa
    okay everything just turned red now I'm worried getting out by the money still good ty CL
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    Winorlose
    Noooo thanks
    Bearish
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    T
    I expect CL to test Recent low, before forming a base and heading higher. That said, if the market tanks this week as a result of the Fed meeting, look out below.
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    Yahoo Finance Insights
    CL is down 5.00% to 77.16
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    Paul
    Looks like it has made the turn. on it's way back up👍
    Bullish
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    Joey
    We have started the 2nd week as Colgate is back into the office. Tuesday's and Wednesday's are mandatory, 3rd day you pick and 2 day's WFH. To those CP Lemmings who are Retired or don't work at Colgate. This Company is LOST and your feeble attempts to distract with information you do not possess is laughable. The Board and Noel have failed you and it's time to speak up at the Conference Call. Since all will fail to Voice your concerns...We shall speak up during our Piscataway TownHall meetings.
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    David
    Where’s the news on this ever silent company when the stock is dropping 4% in 20 min - its measly annual appreciation rate?🤨
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    Troy
    Putting so much pressure on ourselves and btc! Let it consolidate at a lower price, so we can get a healthy upward movement. I will also advice we prioritize trading.
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    Liberty
    Chart looks similar to VZ today. Large hedge fund dumping dividend stocks?
    Neutral
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    Dante
    $XOM conversation
    Off topic, but what the heck. Did anyone notice, on Friday, the massive last-minute selloff in $VZ, $CL, $T & $TMUS? In the last 20 minutes of trading, all of them tanked. On very, very large volume. I'm just throwing this out there because maybe somebody knows something. Also, $CVX spiked up at the same time almost like somebody was re-allocating from the tanking stocks to a better alternative. Full disclosure: I own a small bit of all of them, just like Exxon Mobil. Thanks.
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