|Bid||0.00 x 4000|
|Ask||0.00 x 800|
|Day's Range||73.75 - 74.62|
|52 Week Range||70.73 - 94.67|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Jul 25, 2018 - Jul 30, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.87 (3.94%)|
|1y Target Est||81.55|
A former Procter & Gamble brand manager who successfully brought the then-unknown Austrian energy drink Red Bull to the United States is partnering with Galerie owner Richard Ross on rolling out a new beverage in Cincinnati that has the opposite effect.
Indeed, several of the largest and best-known consumer stocks in the world are trading at or near multi-year lows. Most have dropped at least 15% — a huge decline for stocks that are generally docile. Challenges in the consumer products space are very real.
Former Procter & Gamble Co. executive Peter McDonough has been named a director of Empower Clinics Inc., an owner and operator of medical marijuana clinics. McDonough, who most recently was president of Diageo North America, rose to be a vice president of European marketing within P&G’s Gillette razor division during a 15-year career with the Cincinnati-based maker of consumer goods (NYSE: PG). From 2004 to 2006, he oversaw the Duracell battery and Braun appliance brands for the European region, which generated $1.4 billion in annual sales for P&G. Empower Inc. (CSE: EPW) operates a network of physician-staffed medical cannabis clinics in the United States, including locations in Chicago, Oregon and the state of Washington. “Building a respected medical cannabis business requires an understanding of consumer motivations related to cannabis and its role in improving a patient’s health and well-being,” McDonough said. “As the benefits of medical cannabis become clearer, Empower is uniquely positioned to advance treatment in many important areas and build brand leadership based on best-in-class care for our patients,” McDonough added.
Procter & Gamble Co. plans to invest millions of dollars to build a new distribution facility in Russia as well as to modernize a separate production facility for one of its major brands.
They’re called furry friends for a reason, but that fur can be troublesome. Shed happens, but with Swiffer you can keep your house clean and fill it with unimaginable pet love. Swiffer has teamed up with Kevin and Danielle Jonas to celebrate National Pet Month, and to convince folks that cleaning up after the shed with Swiffer is the fastest and easiest way to stay on top of the everyday pet mess.
Consumer staples stocks have taken a bit of a beating this year, struggling even more than the rather sluggish performance of the broader market. As for the top three holdings in the XLP, Coca Cola is down 7.6%, PepsiCo is down 16.2%, and Procter & Gamble is down 19.3%. Far from being a warning sign that there’s something wrong with consumer staples, this “universal carnage is leaving opportunities,” according to CEO Jenny Van Leeuwen Harrington of Gilman Hill Asset Management.
U.S. consumer goods group Procter & Gamble (P&G) (PG.N) will keep investing in Russian plants in 2018 and beyond, reaffirming its commitment to the market despite political risks. Relations between Moscow and Washington are at their lowest since the Cold War due to alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. elections and Russia's annexation of Crimea four years ago. The maker of Tide detergent and Gillette razors plans to invest around $50 million (37.4 million pounds) in its two plants in 2018, Sotirios Marinidis, P&G's head for Eastern Europe and Central Asia, said.
U.S. consumer goods group Procter & Gamble (P&G) (PG.N) will keep investing in Russian plants in 2018 and beyond, reaffirming its commitment to the market despite political risks. Relations between Moscow and Washington are at their lowest since the Cold War due to alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. elections and Russia's annexation of Crimea four years ago. The maker of Tide detergent and Gillette razors plans to invest around $50 million in its two plants in 2018, Sotirios Marinidis, P&G's head for Eastern Europe and Central Asia, said.
The Procter & Gamble Company announced today the pricing of its previously announced debt tender offer to purchase the P&G debt securities listed in the table below .
Meghan Markle is no stranger to bucking the status quo. As a woman of color, a divorced person, television actor and American who was raised Catholic, the Duchess of Sussex defies nearly every norm for British royalty. And long before she met Prince Harry or starred in Suits, Markle, barely a tween, was tearing down…
In honor of Menstrual Hygiene Day, Procter & Gamble’s leading feminine protection brand Always is donating an additional one million period products to confront period poverty across the United States as part of their long-standing donation program. Through an ongoing partnership with Feeding America®, the largest hunger-relief organization in the country, Always aims to provide greater access to period supplies for girls and women in need. Menstrual Hygiene Day takes place on May 28 and is a global initiative, launched by P&G’s partner WASH United in 2014, which aims to raise awareness around the challenges women and girls face during their menstrual cycles.
Seasoned dividend investors know that there are big differences between stocks that pay dividends and companies that legitimately have “dividend stocks.” Companies in the latter category have, in many cases, displayed lengthy commitments to not only paying dividends but growing payouts as well. Many investors label companies with long dividend track records as “dividend aristocrats.” That is not just a catchy term. There are indices devoted to dividend aristocrats, including the S&P 500 Dividend Aristocrats Index.
Consumer staples have been slumping lately, and key exchange traded funds tracking the sector are down from 6% to 13% this year, through Tuesday's close.
The Procter & Gamble Company announced today the early results of its previously announced debt tender offer to purchase select P&G debt securities .
Cincinnati-based consumer goods giant Procter & Gamble Co. is giving consumers an easier way to gain insight into thousands of its products using new technology.
Consumer-products makers are facing growing pressure from retailers and consumers to ensure products are free of risky ingredients. The move by the maker of Tide laundry detergent, Pampers diapers and Pantene hair products comes as big brands try to change the perception that their products contain harsh, unsafe or simply too many chemicals. It also comes as competition from smaller firms claiming to use only natural ingredients grows.
The Procter & Gamble Company (PG) announced today that more than 3,500 products are now present within SmartLabel , an online and mobile platform that enables consumers to access detailed information such as product ingredients, usage instructions, certifications and endorsements. P&G now has more items, across more categories, than any other consumer product goods company on the platform. Over the past decade, P&G has taken a number of steps to disclose more information about what goes into and what is excluded from formulated products.
The consumer staples sector's 2018 woes are well-documented, but fresh data points underscore the sector's struggles. Last Friday, the Consumer Staples Select Sector SPDR (NYSE: XLP), the largest exchange traded fund tracking the sector, fell 0.62 percent. The culprits behind the sector's struggles are in plain sight, including rising Treasury yields, a stronger dollar and some slumping emerging markets currencies.
NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / May 21, 2018 / U.S. markets finished lower on Friday, and posted weekly drop as uncertainty on trade negotiations linger on the market. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was ...