KMB - Kimberly-Clark Corporation

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
-1.12 (-0.82%)
At close: 4:01PM EDT

136.08 0.00 (0.00%)
After hours: 4:34PM EDT

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Previous Close137.20
Bid135.89 x 800
Ask135.91 x 800
Day's Range134.99 - 138.98
52 Week Range99.36 - 138.98
Avg. Volume1,482,178
Market Cap46.784B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.43
PE Ratio (TTM)26.75
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield4.12 (3.22%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-06-06
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Kimberly-Clark Stock: Why Analysts Expect It to Fall
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    Kimberly-Clark Stock: Why Analysts Expect It to Fall

    Kimberly-Clark (KMB) had risen 20.5% this year as of yesterday, thanks to the company’s better-than-expected quarterly performance, organic sales growth, and moderating margin contraction.

  • This Could Hurt Kimberly-Clark’s EPS
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  • What Could Limit Kimberly-Clark’s Sales
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  • Why Kimberly-Clark Stock May Stop Rising
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    Why Kimberly-Clark Stock May Stop Rising

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  • Moody's4 days ago

    Kimberly-Clark Corporation -- Moody's announces completion of a periodic review of ratings of Kimberly-Clark Corporation

    Moody's Investors Service ("Moody's") has completed a periodic review of the ratings of Kimberly-Clark Corporation and other ratings that are associated with the same analytical unit. The review was conducted through a portfolio review in which Moody's reassessed the appropriateness of the ratings in the context of the relevant principal methodology(ies), recent developments, and a comparison of the financial and operating profile to similarly rated peers. This publication does not announce a credit rating action and is not an indication of whether or not a credit rating action is likely in the near future.

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    7 Stocks to Buy for the Coming Recession

    It's a rare bit of good geopolitical news for the embattled Donald Trump administration. After threatening to impose tariffs on goods from Mexico due to the migration crisis, the White House announced a deal. In return for our southern neighbor taking more responsibility in curbing illegal immigration, the U.S. will cease economically punitive threats. Still, I wouldn't stop seeking protective stocks to buy.As The Wall Street Journal stated, Mexico has only temporarily avoided tariffs. Under the terms of the agreement, the U.S. will review Mexico's effectiveness in stemming the flow of Central American migrants. Technically in 90 days, the U.S. reserves the right to slap tariffs on if it feels the performance is inadequate.Plus, we all know how volatile and unpredictable President Trump is. It was just a few months back that political analysts voiced optimism for a U.S.-China trade deal. Now that situation quickly devolved from bad to worse, causing people to scramble for the best stocks to buy against a likely downturn.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsThis segues into the ongoing trade war with the world's second-biggest economy. Trump is scheduled to meet his counterpart in the battle, Chinese President Xi Jinping, at the G-20 summit. Any hopes for a rapprochement was tempered when Trump declared that he would be "perfectly happy" to hit China with fresh tariffs.If these tensions weren't bad enough, our economy has other headwinds to consider. Recently, the dollar has weakened relative to other currencies. The yield curve inverted, which in the past signaled a recession. And of course, we have our own contentious political environment. * 7 S&P 500 Dividend Stocks to Buy That Yield 4% or More At the very least, we're facing choppy waters. But if the worst-case scenario of a recession occurs, here are the best stocks to buy: Stocks to Buy: Kimberly Clark (KMB)Source: Shutterstock For most Americans, a recession necessitates budgeting down to the essentials. While data suggests that consumers won't abandon all discretionary purchases such as cheap entertainment, the secular segment is where you want to aim. With that context, one of your best stocks to buy for a coming downturn is Kimberly Clark (NYSE:KMB).You may not immediately recognize the Kimberly Clark name, but you've certainly used their products. We're talking about brands like Kleenex, Huggies, and Cottonelle. No matter how volatile the markets get, or if the trade war takes an unexpectedly negative turn, you're still going to wipe yourself after you use the facilities. At least I hope you do, and that's what drives KMB stock.The other great point about the company is that its fundamentals match our assumptions. In other words, KMB stock levers recession-proof products, and the financials prove it. For instance, net income slipped in 2008, but the metric moved positively the following year.This just shows that when a recession strikes, the best stocks to buy are often the most obvious. Duke Energy (DUK)Source: Shutterstock I've been involved in a few blackout incidents. Certainly, they're not the biggest problems you encounter in life. At the same time, few inconveniences make you feel so useless and inadequate, especially in this digital age. That's why if we suffer a recession, you should peg Duke Energy (NYSE:DUK) among your list of stocks to buy.The case for DUK stock is very straightforward: we all need energy to power our digitally connected lives. Even the most rural communities cannot afford to be cut off from vital energy sources. Sure, in a downturn, most folks skimp on purchases. But they absolutely cannot skimp on their utility bills. Doing so would be catastrophic in their journey to get back on their feet. * 7 Dark Horse Stocks Winning the Race in 2019 Similar to Kimberly Clark, DUK stock has the fundamental data to prove it belongs among the best stocks to buy for a coming recession. Back in 2008 through 2010, net income slipped badly against 2007's annual tally. However, in 2011, Duke decisively hit the recovery track, significantly exceeding 2007 figures. RCI Hospitality (RICK)Source: Edkohler via FlickrIf you want to pick out the best stocks to buy against a possible recession, you should keep it simple. That means going with names that have a proven track record, even when times are tough. With that context, I can't think of many better names than RCI Hospitality (NASDAQ:RICK).I get it: RICK stock generates controversy for its underlying hospitality business. But the stark reality is that the intimacy industry is at least recession-resilient, if not outright recession-proof. 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In a recent beer survey, Bud Light ranked as America's favorite beer. Consumers apparently called it "drinkable and refreshing," two words I would never use to describe Bud Light. But setting that aside, Anheuser Busch-branded beers represented the majority of America's top 10. * 7 Stocks to Buy As They Hit 52-Week Lows My second point is that BUD stock could weather a recessionary storm better than most. Some scientific studies suggest that contrary to popular belief, troubled economic times could correlate with heavier drinking. If so, I'd keep a close eye on Anheuser Busch. AMC Entertainment (AMC)I have to admit that when AMC Entertainment (NYSE:AMC) reported its disappointing first-quarter earnings report, it hit me hard. In fact, it was a double-whammy. Not only did I buy into AMC stock, but I suggested that contrarian investors do the same. Boy, do I have egg on my face for this one.And what exactly was my reasoning for getting involved with this loser? I believed that despite streaming services taking over the entertainment landscape, a viable place existed for the box office. Sure, streaming offers conveniences, but the cineplex provides a social experience that's still relevant to all demographics.Unfortunately, the timing just didn't work out for AMC stock.However, I'm not hitting the panic button despite the sharp losses. Here's why: back in the Great Recession, high-profile entertainment options such as professional sports experienced a noticeable decline in attendance. During the same period, consumers flocked to the movie theaters.In a recession, people want cheap entertainment to forget their troubles. That's what AMC provides, which is why I think it's one of the best stocks to buy if troubles hit. Waste Management (WM)Source: Shutterstock Author and financial guru Robert Kiyosaki once said that "cash is trash." 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This makes the equity a counterintuitive but viable candidate among stocks to buy for an economic slowdown. Barrick Gold (GOLD)Source: Jeremy Vohwinkle via Flickr (Modified)While we're on the topic of cash being trash, let's talk about gold. The yellow metal is perhaps the only thing we all agree with President Trump on: gold is good. Having more gold is better. I'll let you complete the logical sequence.The spot price for the monetary commodity spiked in late May, to no real surprise. The only shocking thing is that it took so long. We're mired in a deeply contentious political environment, both here and abroad. Furthermore, the dollar has weakened against a basket of international currencies, setting the stage for a stunning recovery.But if you don't want to own physical bullion, consider Barrick Gold (NYSE:GOLD) stock.Barrick Gold consistently ranks at the top among commodity producers. Therefore, if you're going to take a shot in this always-risky segment, you should go with the best.Second, because Barrick is the leading producer, the GOLD stock price will likely have a strong correlation with the metal's spot price. In past years, that correlation was a liability. But with conditions ripe for a turnaround, Barrick stands to benefit substantially.As of this writing, Josh Enomoto is long AMC stock and gold bullion. More From InvestorPlace * 4 Top American Penny Pot Stocks (Buy Before June 21) * 7 S&P 500 Dividend Stocks to Buy at Least Yielding 3% * 7 Stocks to Buy That Don't Care About Tariffs * 5 Healthcare Stocks to Pick Up From the Wreckage Compare Brokers The post 7 Stocks to Buy for the Coming Recession appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • Markit7 days ago

    See what the IHS Markit Score report has to say about Kimberly-Clark Corp.

    Kimberly-Clark Corp NYSE:KMBView full report here! Summary * Perception of the company's creditworthiness is negative * Bearish sentiment is low Bearish sentimentShort interest | PositiveShort interest is low for KMB with fewer than 5% of shares on loan. The last change in the short interest score occurred more than 1 month ago and implies that there has been little change in sentiment among investors who seek to profit from falling equity prices. Money flowETF/Index ownership | NeutralETF activity is neutral. ETFs that hold KMB had net inflows of $6.13 billion over the last one-month. While these are not among the highest inflows of the last year, the rate of inflow is increasing. Economic sentimentPMI by IHS Markit | NeutralAccording to the latest IHS Markit Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) data, output in the Consumer Goods sector is rising. The rate of growth is weak relative to the trend shown over the past year, however. Credit worthinessCredit default swap | NegativeThe current level displays a negative indicator. KMB credit default swap spreads are at their highest levels for the past 3 years, which indicates the market's more negative perception of the company's credit worthiness.Please send all inquiries related to the report to and report PDFs will only be available for 30 days after publishing.This document has been produced for information purposes only and is not to be relied upon or as construed as investment advice. To the fullest extent permitted by law, IHS Markit disclaims any responsibility or liability, whether in contract, tort (including, without limitation, negligence), equity or otherwise, for any loss or damage arising from any reliance on or the use of this material in any way. Please view the full legal disclaimer and methodology information on pages 2-3 of the full report.

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  • TheStreet.com11 days ago

    Kimberly-Clark Has Been Rising, Ignoring the Broad Market Weakness

    In this daily bar chart of KMB, below, we can see that prices are above the rising 50-day moving average line and above the bullish 200-day average line. The daily On-Balance-Volume (OBV) line has been on rise from late October, signaling that buyers of KMB has been more aggressive. The Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD) oscillator has been above the zero line for much of the time since late November.

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  • Investors Aren’t Likely to Clean up on Procter & Gamble Stock
    InvestorPlace13 days ago

    Investors Aren’t Likely to Clean up on Procter & Gamble Stock

    After years of fluctuations, Procter & Gamble (NYSE:PG) finally broke out of its range in 2018. Procter & Gamble stock surged higher by more than 50% at its peak in a one-year period.Source: Mike Mozart via Flickr (Modified)This was the surge that took it out of the trading range it had maintained for six years. Still, after that move, many now wonder whether the stock will move higher or plateau.PG stock has long attracted income-oriented investors. Due to its long streak of dividend increases, PG has remained attractive to some even amid strategic pivots and competitive threats from emerging e-commerce players. However, valuations and headwinds coming from outside of the business could weigh on Procter & Gamble and the industry in general.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips * 6 Big Dividend Stocks to Buy as Yields Plunge PG Stock and StabilityLong-term holders should continue to benefit from a boring, but stable stock. Profit growth remains modest but also steady. Procter & Gamble also belongs to a short list of equities called "dividend aristocrats." These stocks have increased dividends annually for at least 25 years. In the case of PG stock, the streak has run for 62 years. I do not see any apparent reasons that will not continue.Further, PG remains vibrant even though its competitive moat consists of shelf space and name recognition. While consumers recognize Tide laundry detergent and Pampers diapers, they can choose worthy alternatives not produced by PG. Moreover, the rise of ecommerce threatens the importance of shelf space. I do not see sales falling off of a cliff, but that can present a headwind to company growth.Consequently, I see Procter & Gamble stock as a "don't buy." I would add that investors who bought 13 months ago have seen the PG stock price rise by as much as 55%. That group might want to consider selling. Procter & Gamble's New FocusTraders may have finally decided they like PG's strategic moves. Procter & Gamble remained rangebound for most of the decade as it restructured. In 2012, it sold Pringles to Kellogg (NYSE:K), exiting the food business. It has also exited other product lines in subsequent years.Despite these sales, acquisitions also continue. It also bought the consumer health division of Merck (NYSE:MRK) in 2018. Effective in July, it will employ what it calls a "simpler corporate structure" made up of six business units.Such strategic pivots relieve worries about a weak competitive moat. They should keep Procter & Gamble stock stable. Moreover, peers such as Kimberly-Clark (NYSE:KMB) and Colgate Palmolive (NYSE:CL) trade at similar multiples, offering little advantage over PG stock. Procter & Gamble Stock Is PriceyStill, for all of the income potential Procter & Gamble stock offers, it now appears overbought. The price-to-earnings (PE) ratio at around 24.5 exceeds its long-term averages. It's also a lot to pay for a company expected to grow earnings by 5.7% this year. That estimate could fall if tariff-related issues raise input and manufacturing costs.Moreover, while the dividend yield of 2.8% stands well above S&P 500 averages, PG has historically offered higher payouts.However, investors can find lower-cost dividend aristocrats for income. Equities such as AbbVie (NYSE:ABBV) and AT&T (NYSE:T) offer deeper competitive moats and higher dividend yields at much lower PE ratios.I expect that the rising payouts will attract many to Procter & Gamble. However, income-oriented investors can find both higher payouts and fewer competitive threats outside of the consumer defensive names. Final Thoughts on PG stockHigh multiples may hamper the near-term growth of not only Procter & Gamble but that of consumer defensive stocks in general. Despite strategic threats, PG should remain stable and continue to generate the cash flows that will fuel dividend growth for the foreseeable future.However, new buyers will have to pay close to 25 times earnings for an equity expecting profit growth in the mid-single-digits at best. In fairness, its most direct peers face a similar situation. Also, if one must buy a consumer defensive stock right now, I would recommend PG stock.Still, income-oriented investors seeking dividend aristocrats can find lower multiples and higher payouts outside of the consumer defensive sector. Rather than buying Procter & Gamble stock at these levels, investors should seek options with more profit potential.As of this writing, Will Healy is long ABBV stock. You can follow Will on Twitter at @HealyWriting. More From InvestorPlace * 4 Top American Penny Pot Stocks (Buy Before June 21) * 7 Stocks to Sell Impacted by the Mexican Tariffs * 6 Big Dividend Stocks to Buy as Yields Plunge * The 10 Biggest Announcements From Apple WWDC 2019 Compare Brokers The post Investors Aren't Likely to Clean up on Procter & Gamble Stock appeared first on InvestorPlace.

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    InvestorPlace19 days ago

    Could the Tide Soon Turn for Procter & Gamble Stock?

    As the markets get ready to finish a volatile month, I'd like to discuss the outlook of Procter & Gamble (NYSE:PG), the consumer-goods titan, whose shareholders have had a great year. Over the past 12 months, PG stock is up over 40%.Source: Mike Mozart via Flickr (Modified)Although I would not bet against Procter & Gamble stock in the long-term, I do not find PG stock a compelling buy at its current prices. I expect PG to undergo volatility and possibly weakness in June. Despite the many catalysts that make the shares an important part of a diversified portfolio, the company also faces several short-term risks. Here are the most important things that investors should know about Procter & Gamble stock. * 7 Stocks to Sell Amid an Escalating Trade War Procter & Gamble Has Strong BrandsMany consumer-staples companies have famous brands and robust fundamentals. I'view PG as one of the best consumer-staple names. Founded in 1837, the company is one of the largest manufacturers, distributors, and advertisers of consumer goods globally.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsThe company has five main segments: * Beauty, * Grooming, * Health Care, * Fabric & Home Care, * Baby, Feminine & Family Care.With its extensive product portfolio, it covers all the basic needs of consumers. On a given day, the average U.S. (and global) household is likely to use many of its brands, including Tide, Bounty, Downy, Pampers, Always, Charmin, Swiffer, Head & Shoulders, Crest, and Gilette.The strength of Procter & Gamble's brands is helping it achieve broad geographic reach and the benefits of large size in this competitive industry. PG Stock Benefits From Robust EarningsPG's fiscal third-quarter results, announced on Apr. 23 ,showed that its sales growth sped up, as its organic sales increased 5%. Chief Financial Officer Jon Moeller highlighted the quarter as the "third quarter in a row of very strong volume, sales, consumption and market share growth being driven by a strategy of superiority."Global annual revenue is over $66 billion and almost two dozen of its brands have annual sales of over $1 billion. Because these products have high margins, PG's return on capital employed (ROCE), a profitability ratio measuring how efficiently a company can generate profits, has been about 16%, which is viewed as healthy.The company has achieved those numbers through both organic growth and acquisitions. For example, the power of its brands enables Procter & Gamble to raise its prices without sacrificing a great deal of sales volume.Furthermore, over the past three years, Procter & Gamble has completed seven acquisitions. For example, in Dec. 2018, it finalized a $4.2 billion deal to purchase Germany-based Merck KGaA's Consumer Health business. PG said that the deal would help it expand its portfolio of consumer-healthcare products. The acquisition has increased PG's exposure to Asian and Latin American markets.Finally, Procter & Gamble's AA credit rating is possibly one of the best testaments of the company's fundamental strength. Procter & Gamble Stock Creates Shareholder ValueAnalysts have highlighted Procter & Gamble's improved margins, helped by cost-cutting across the company. Over the past few years, management has reshaped the company's portfolio to better serve changing consumer trends and spending habits.Dividends should play an important part in long-term investments. As a dividend aristocrat, Procter & Gamble stock is a favorite among income investors.PG's dividend yield is almost 2.9%. Its robust free cash flow will probably enable it to further increase its dividends in coming years. The company has raised its dividend every year since 1957. Over the past decade, PG's dividend has jumped over 60%. PG Stock May Not Be Immune to the U.S.-China Trade WarsAlthough it may not be one of the first stocks most investors think of when assessing the potential impact of the U.S.-China trade wars, Procter & Gamble stock is likely to be adversely affected by increased tariffs. In 2018, PG's management reported that tariff increases would raise the cost of making many of its products.PG relies on China for many parts and materials, such as pipes, tanks, and containers, that are used to manufacture and package its brands.As tariffs rise, PG would either have to increase its prices or absorb the costs. Increasing prices could hurt its sales, while absorbing higher costs would undermine its profitability. Either way, there would likely be downward pressure on PG stock.In April, even before trade-war tensions began intensifying, PG CEO David Taylor stressed that the company faced "a challenging competitive and macroeconomic environment." The rhetoric on tariffs won't ease the headwinds that Taylor described or the pressure they put on PG stock price. Is the Valuation of PG Stock Becoming Stretched?Wall Street has been voicing concerns about the rich valuation of PG stock. InvestorPlace columnist Luke Lango recently analyzed why investors may want to pay close attention to various metrics which indicate that the valuation of Procter & Gamble stock has become stretched.Furthermore rising commodity costs have been impacting the entire consumer-staples sector in the past few months. For example, prices for inputs like plastic, paper, and oil have been rising. Indeed in Oct. 2018, PG blamed rising costs for price increases it levied on many of its brands.Therefore, the owners of PG stock may want to assess the company's sales volumes when it reports its earnings in late July and October, in order to see if they are being adversely affected by the price hikes.If PG's volumes stay flat or fall, then more analysts may begin to find the current valuation levels of PG stock rather high, resulting in downgrades of PG stock. In 2018, a number of analysts downgraded Procter & Gamble stock due to rising commodity costs and price pressures that affected every segment of the company. Should Investors Buy PG Stock in June?At PG's current levels, I would not buy PG stock. Procter & Gamble stock has many long-term growth catalysts. However, PG is facing shorter-term risks which are likely to push down PG stock price and deflate its valuation.Furthermore, as a result of the recent impressive rise of PG stock over the past year, its short-term technical indicators have become somewhat overextended. Investors who pay attention to short-term oscillators should note that Procter & Gamble stock has become "overbought."So, in the next few weeks, PG stock may be negatively impacted by profit-taking. Investors may want to wait for a better time to buy PG stock, such as when the share price is around $90.Finally, investors who are thinking of buying PG may also want to pay attention to upcoming earnings releases by PG's peers, including Colgate-Palmolive (NYSE:CL), Kimberly Clark (NYSE:KMB), and Clorox (NYSE:CLX). Any weakness in their reports will likely put downward pressure on Procter & Gamble stock.As of this writing, Tezcan Gecgil did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. 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