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The Clorox Company (CLX)

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Previous Close236.15
Open235.77
Bid237.44 x 900
Ask237.41 x 800
Day's Range235.61 - 238.23
52 Week Range144.12 - 239.87
Volume903,975
Avg. Volume1,534,234
Market Cap29.908B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.26
PE Ratio (TTM)32.27
EPS (TTM)7.36
Earnings DateOct 29, 2020 - Nov 02, 2020
Forward Dividend & Yield4.44 (1.88%)
Ex-Dividend DateJul 28, 2020
1y Target Est221.46
  • Where Will Clorox Be in 5 Years?
    Motley Fool

    Where Will Clorox Be in 5 Years?

    It would be easy to assume this is an "as good as it gets" moment for Clorox (NYSE: CLX). In addition, CEO Benno Dorer is stepping down. Veteran exec Linda Rendle is qualified enough, but any new chief faces a learning curve.

  • Shortages of Clorox Disinfecting Wipes Are With Us Until 2021
    Motley Fool

    Shortages of Clorox Disinfecting Wipes Are With Us Until 2021

    Clorox (NYSE: CLX) says its disinfecting wipes will remain in short supply until next year, as the bleach maker has been unable to keep up with the overwhelming demand for them amid the coronavirus pandemic. In an interview with Reuters following Clorox's fiscal fourth-quarter earnings call, CEO Benno Dorer called disinfecting wipes "the hottest commodity in the business right now." Cleaning products account for more than 40% of Clorox's revenue, and fourth-quarter segment sales surged 33% from last year.

  • Clorox won't have enough disinfecting wipes until 2021, its CEO says
    Reuters

    Clorox won't have enough disinfecting wipes until 2021, its CEO says

    Grocery shelves won't be fully stocked with Clorox's disinfecting wipes until next year, CEO Benno Dorer told Reuters, as the world's biggest cleaning products maker struggles with overwhelming pandemic-led demand for its top product. Clorox products are used in Uber vehicles and United Airlines planes, and are sold by major retailers like Walmart, Amazon and Kroger. "Disinfecting wipes, which are the hottest commodity in the business right now, will probably take longer because it's a very complex supply chain to make them," Dorer said.