75.84 -0.49 (-0.64%)
After hours: 5:00PM EDT
|Bid||0.00 x 1400|
|Ask||0.00 x 4000|
|Day's Range||75.57 - 76.68|
|52 Week Range||70.73 - 94.67|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||20.27|
|Earnings Date||Jul 25, 2018 - Jul 30, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.87 (3.71%)|
|1y Target Est||81.55|
Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous and Jared Blikre break down the latest market action after the Trump administration released details on the latest round of China tariffs, to which China has responded in kind. In other news, the June Empire State Manufacturing Survey beat Wall Street expectations on nearly every front.
Facebook Inc launched a matchmaking system Tuesday to cultivate partnerships between advertisers and video creators as the world's largest social media company tries to quickly parallel the variety of commercial opportunities offered by its video rival YouTube. Some advertisers have tested the Brand Collabs Manager, which identifies video makers that may be good fits for product placement or endorsement deals.
When Ben Branson asked a waitress for a “mocktail” one sober Monday night, “she came back with this pink blend of juice”, says the 35-year-old, wincing. Spurred by the pink juice experience, he came up with the idea for Seedlip, a non-alcoholic drink for grown-ups, inspired by a 17th-century herbal medicine book, The Art of Distillation. Mr Branson’s father was a brand designer and his mother’s family have farmed for 300 years.
Procter & Gamble is working with scientists at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew to broaden access to natural ingredients used in products.
Procter & Gamble today revealed new ways the company is pushing for more accurate and positive portrayals of women in advertising and media.
P&G-owned hair care brand Herbal Essences and the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew – the world’s leader in plant science – are partnering together to bring cutting edge botanical science to our line-up of amazing shampoos and conditioners. Herbal Essences is the first-ever global hair care brand to have its botanicals endorsed by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Based in the UK, Kew is known as the global authority on plants, and with its living and scientific plant fungal collections, is the most biodiverse place on earth.
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The Procter & Gamble Company (PG) today advanced its commitment to gender equality through a series of new actions, commitments and partnerships to increase diversity throughout the creative supply chain, leading to more accurate and positive portrayals of women in advertising and media, and driving growth and social good. To address these issues, P&G has called for an aspiration to achieve 100% accurate and positive portrayals of women in advertising and media, supported by equal representation of women and men in the creative supply chain. P&G is leading a comprehensive set of actions to do its part to build, fuel and connect a pipeline of diverse female talent to advertising, media and content opportunities as a systemic solution.
Nearly a year after leaving Yahoo, Katie Couric is betting that the answer is no. Instead, she is striking out on her own, expanding her own production company with outside investment so that it can find its own sponsors and distribution outlets. The inaugural project of the expanded Katie Couric Media will be a short-form online video series for digital-media outfit theSkimm that will be sponsored by consumer products giant Procter & Gamble Co., according to the companies. TheSkimm, which is best known for its free daily email newsletter but which increasingly is moving into new membership products and online video, plans to push the videos through its social media channels like Instagram and Facebook, which collectively have two million followers.
Procter & Gamble Co. is putting the advertising industry on notice. “Equality drives growth,” said Marc Pritchard, the company’s chief brand officer. At the Cannes Lions advertising festival Monday, P&G announced a series of initiatives to support women in advertising and behind the camera.
The Tide ads that peppered this year’s Super Bowl are expected to stir up a buzz at Cannes this week. The one thing all of the Tide ads had in common: the spotlessly clean clothes everyone wore, as David Harbour, star of the Netflix hit “Stranger Things,” points out each time. Co.’s fabric-care business in North America, whose brands include Tide, Gain, Downy, Bounce and Dreft.
A humorous new Procter & Gamble Co. commercial linked to Father’s Day includes Dutch subtitles as bare-chested brand ambassador Isaiah Mustafa speaks English while pitching Old Spice products sold through Netherlands online retailer bol.com.
Procter & Gamble Co. CFO Jon Moeller said the company’s Gillette brand is facing increasing competition, but P&G is implementing a plan to boost sales of its razors.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Friday's trending topics from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
The downgrade of Hershey Co (NYSE:HSY) by Credit Suisse AG (NASDAQ:TVIX) has attracted attention. Analyst Robert Moskow downgraded Hershey stock. Now, as it faces analyst skepticism, Hershey must find a way to grow as one of its sales strategies becomes less viable.
Multiple analysts covering Procter & Gamble (PG) stock lowered their price targets following the company’s fiscal third-quarter results on April 19. Several analysts also downgraded its stock. Analysts made the following downward revisions in their target prices: Suntrust lowered it to $75.00 from $90.00 Berenberg reduced it to $72.00 from $78.52 Stifel decreased it to $83.00 from $85.00 Citigroup lowered it to $86.00 from $100.00 Jefferies cut it to $83.00 from $90.00
Procter & Gamble (PG) is known for rewarding its shareholders with enhanced dividends and share repurchases. The company’s strong cash flow generation enables it to return a substantial amount of cash to shareholders. In the first nine months of fiscal 2018, Procter & Gamble generated free cash flow of $7.9 billion.
Procter & Gamble persuaded hockey superstar Alex Ovechkin to shave his playoff beard as part of an advertising campaign for Gillette razors after the Washington Capitals won the Stanley Cup.
Procter & Gamble Co. partnered with John Legend for an advertising campaign launched in advance of Father’s Day this Sunday, which features a “Stinky Booty” ditty that the acclaimed musician sings while changing the diapers of his newborn son, Miles, and 2-year-old daughter, Luna.
Procter & Gamble (PG) has exceeded analysts’ expectations regarding its bottom line in the past 12 quarters, despite witnessing significant pressure on margins from soft sales and higher costs. Share repurchases, as well as productivity and cost savings, are the key catalysts driving its EPS higher. The recently implemented lower effective tax rate further cushioned its earnings.
P/E ratios are based on misleading accounting earnings, and accounting book value ignores significant assets and liabilities hidden off the balance sheet. Investors only analyzing reported net income may be led to think that CL’s business is in decline. In reality, CL’s declining GAAP net income in 2017 was the result of accounting loopholes.
Consumer packaged goods (or CPG) companies have been witnessing margin contraction over the past few quarters as soft organic sales and higher input costs adversely impacted their margins. Also, higher logistics costs have subdued their margins.
Procter & Gamble’s (PG) net sales have shown sequential improvement so far in fiscal 2018, which ends in June. The company’s net sales grew 0.8% in the fiscal first quarter, 3.2% in the fiscal second quarter, and 4.3% in the fiscal third quarter. Favorable currency rates, an improved mix due to increased sales of premium-priced products, and higher volumes supported its net sales growth rate.
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