|Bid||118.38 x 800|
|Ask||118.44 x 800|
|Day's Range||118.15 - 120.56|
|52 Week Range||79.90 - 125.36|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.35|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||82.63|
|Earnings Date||Oct 22, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.98 (2.49%)|
|1y Target Est||124.00|
Ericsson's (ERIC) third-quarter results are supported by commercial 5G contract wins in 19 customer networks across 15 countries, spanning four continents.
P&G (PG) has an impressive earnings surprise history and currently possesses the right combination of the two key ingredients for a likely beat in its next quarterly report.
What are the poorest cities in America in 2019? The United States is popular for its opulence and the unimaginable success of its people. Around seven out of the ten richest people in the world are American. These people live in metropolitan areas with the best performing economies in the world. Nonetheless, this is not the […]
Procter & Gamble (PG) is likely to have witnessed positive trends in first-quarter fiscal 2020 on growth initiatives, including innovation, packaging and marketing efforts.
Carter Worth shared with the viewers of CNBC's "Options Action" his bearish technical analysis of Consumer Staples Select Sect. Worth also noticed that the stock is bouncing off the uptrend line, but it's compressing and it's not getting the bounce it had in the beginning of the trend. Worth has also shown that the stock pulled back after each big move higher and he expects to see the same after the recent move higher.
Once again, the big news for the Dow Jones today was all about the U.S.-China trade get together. The result was excellent news for stocks as the major domestic equity benchmarks surged to end the week on news that the world's two largest economies reached a partial trade accord.Source: Venturelli Luca / Shutterstock.com As I've been noting over the course of this week, a smaller trade deal was an idea previously eschewed by President Trump, but he appeared to come around to the idea. Earlier today, the president said on Twitter "good things" were happening in the trade talks, even going so far as to describe the talks as "warm."That's a significant, positive departure from Trump's often bellicose China rhetoric and stocks certainly liked those good vibes.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsThose warm and fuzzy trade feelings are critical because the U.S. was set to impose tariffs on some Chinese goods as soon as next week with another batch of levies slated to go into effect in mid-December. Should President Trump sign the deal currently being discussed, those tariffs would be avoided and a broader trade truce could be reached by the two sides.With trade talks progressing nicely, the Nasdaq Composite surged 1.34%, while the S&P 500 soared 1.09%. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rallied 1.31% to finish the week with 27 of the Dow's 30 stocks in late trading. The offenders were defensive names -- Coca-Cola (NYSE:KO), McDonald's (NYSE:MCD) and Procter & Gamble (NYSE:PG) -- but losses for those names were modest. Apple at an All-Time HighShares of Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) continued their recently scintillating pace, gaining 2.74% to hit a record high. Of course, some today's Apple ebullience is attributable to good news on the trade front, but there was streaming news to consider as well. That's important because the Apple + streaming platform is close to its debut. * 7 Beverage Stocks to Buy Now Apple +, which debuts on Nov. 1, could be a real thorn in the side of rival Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) and be a major boon for Apple investors, said Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives in a note out today."If Apple is successful with its latest streaming endeavor and reaches some of these potential subs/revenues numbers annually we estimate, this will add roughly $15 per share to our sum-of-the-parts valuation on Apple," said the analyst.He raised his Apple price target to $265 from $245. AAPL stock closed around $236 and with Apple in rally mode, expect more upward price target revisions because the average target on the name is just $228. Cyclical ContributorsStock-specific news was light today for Caterpillar (NYSE:CAT) and Dow (NYSE:DOW), but those cyclical names were the Dow's top two performers today, each gaining more than 5% on the positive trade news.In either case, Friday's rallies in the names isn't an overreaction because both have displayed high sensitivity to trade headlines. Caterpillar's surge today was particularly impressive because it occurred on above-average volume. Straight to the BankThird-quarter earnings season is about to ramp up and that means an avalanche of reports from the financial services next week. Yes, the group is heading into earnings amid concerns about lower interest rates suppressing net interest margins, analyst downgrades and negative profit revisions.However, all of the Dow's financial services names gained today with JPMorgan Chase (NYSE:JPM), the largest U.S. bank by assets, gaining 1.69%. It's difficult to say bank stocks are buys right here, but the aforementioned negative factors are widely known and should be priced into these names at this point. A Swoosh HigherNike (NYSE:NKE), another member of the trade-sensitive club, added to recent gains today after Macquarie analyst Laurent Vasilescu reiterated an "outperform" rating and $98 price target on the stock. That implies modest upside from the $94 area Nike closed at today."With the broader consumer shift towards digital, we think at some point Nike will rationalize its factory store footprint as it assesses each store's productivity," said the analyst. Bottom Line on the Dow Jones TodayThere have been some earnings calls already and one issue that has been popping is currency exchange-traded rates. While interest rates have come down in the U.S., the dollar has been mostly firm this year and that's problematic for export-dependent sectors. * 7 'A'-Rated Stocks to Buy for the Rest of 2019 "Foreign exchange has again been cited on the most earnings calls to date (12) as a factor that either had a negative impact on earnings or revenues in Q2 or is expected to have a negative impact on earnings and revenues in future quarters," according to FactSet. "More than half (55%) of the S&P 500 companies that have conducted earnings conference calls to date for the second quarter have cited some negative impact from foreign exchange rates."Fortunately, part of the trade deal with China includes currency controls. Hopefully China keeps up its end of the bargain and doesn't devalue the yuan again.As of this writing, Todd Shriber did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 10 Super Boring Stocks to Buy With Super Safe Returns * 10 Winning Stocks to Buy and Stick With for the Long Haul * Don't Give Up on These 4 Cannabis Stocks The post Dow Jones Today: A Partial, But Powerful Deal appeared first on InvestorPlace.
Procter & Gamble is expanding a bottle design and embracing technology such as the Amazon Echo smart speaker commonly called Alexa.
Analysts say the holiday season is safe, but the Super Bowl in February could be when we see the impact of the U.S.-China trade war on store shelves.
For women with low to no vision, vision impairment can hinder their ability to read the results of a pregnancy test on their own, which is an intimate and private moment. Today on #WorldSightDay2019, Clearblue® is pleased to announce the launch of a new accessible service, in partnership with Be My Eyes, which helps vision-impaired women be the first to learn their pregnancy test results in a more private setting.
Procter & Gamble Co. is breathing new life into the iconic Gleem brand name through a new battery-powered toothbrush, which P&G is touting as an affordable alternative to rechargeable electric toothbrushes. Launched in 1952, Gleem was among the best-selling toothpastes in the United States, reportedly more popular than P&G’s Crest. The Cincinnati-based maker of consumer goods (NYSE: PG) said that aside from Gleem.com the only place the new $25 brush is currently being sold is Walmart, which happens to be P&G’s biggest retail customer.
There are 253 million people around the world who are vision impaired, yet only 4% of businesses are actively creating products with disabled people in mind. In observance of World Sight Day on October 10, 2019, Herbal Essences is expanding the brand’s use of tactile markings and embracing technology like Alexa and the Be My Eyes app, making hair care easier for people with low to no vision. Last year, Herbal Essences was the first mass hair care brand in North America to introduce tactile markings designed to help differentiate between shampoo and conditioner for those with a vision impairment.
At Insider Monkey, we pore over the filings of nearly 750 top investment firms every quarter, a process we have now completed for the latest reporting period. The data we've gathered as a result gives us access to a wealth of collective knowledge based on these firms' portfolio holdings as of June 28. In this […]
David Taylor, CEO of Procter & Gamble Co., fielded questions and comments on everything from P&G;’s commitment to sustainably sourcing wood fiber for Charmin toilet paper to a recent Gillette commercial on toxic masculinity.
The U.S. prestige beauty industry is booming, but teens are spending significantly less on beauty products, according to a new survey from Piper Jaffray.
The Board of Directors of The Procter & Gamble Company declared a quarterly dividend of $0.7459 per share on the Common Stock and on the Series A and Series B ESOP Convertible Class A Preferred Stock of the Company, payable on or after November 15, 2019 to Common Stock shareholders of record at the close of business on October 18, 2019, and to Series A and Series B ESOP Convertible Class A Preferred ...
Two protesters aligned with the Natural Resources Defense Council interrupted the annual meeting of shareholders of Procter & Gamble Co. this morning.
Procter & Gamble plans to meet with a representative of the Natural Resources Defense Council today in hopes of staving off a protest at the annual meeting of shareholders in Cincinnati on Tuesday.