|Bid||80.65 x 1000|
|Ask||80.66 x 1000|
|Day's Range||80.44 - 81.33|
|52 Week Range||70.73 - 93.14|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.32|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||22.04|
|Earnings Date||Oct 19, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.87 (3.58%)|
|1y Target Est||83.83|
The majority of Wall Street analysts maintain a neutral outlook on Colgate-Palmolive (CL) stock. Analysts expect a heightened promotional environment and adverse currency rates to hurt the company’s top line, which they expect to decline in the third quarter. Meanwhile, soft sales and higher raw and packaging material costs are expected to hurt its margins in the near term. Also, the company’s EPS growth rate is expected to slow down significantly.
Colgate-Palmolive (CL), which gained momentum in its bottom line during the past two quarters, is likely to disappoint during the third quarter. Analysts expect Colgate-Palmolive to report adjusted earnings of $0.73 per share in the third quarter, which is flat on a YoY basis. The company’s EPS growth rate is expected to see a strong sequential decline.
Tampax, Procter & Gamble’s leading feminine care brand, introduced today the newest option in its family of period protection products – Tampax Cup, a menstrual cup designed to deliver both comfort and protection without compromises – what women expect from Tampax, down to the small details. Tampax tapped into 80+ years of period protection expertise, research with hundreds of women, and knowledge from experts like a practicing OBGYN to create a menstrual cup that doesn’t require women to settle for good enough for one week every month. “For years, I’ve heard from my patients about how they want to try menstrual cups, but the options available just didn’t meet their needs – they didn’t feel secure, put pressure on their bladders or just were simply uncomfortable to wear,” said Dr. Megan Kessler, practicing OBGYN and collaborator on the Tampax Cup.
The Procter & Gamble Company ( PG) is a multi-national and a component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average. The consumer packaged goods company makes beauty, grooming, healthcare, personal hygiene and infant care products for all family members. Procter & Gamble stock closed Wednesday at $81.86, down 10.9% year to date and in correction territory at 11% below its 2018 high of $91.92 set on Jan. 2.
Razor handles will be printed using stereolithography, a type of 3D printing technology from Boston-based Formlabs and people will be able to choose from 48 designs and seven colors, priced between $19 and $45, including one razor blade. A pack of four extra blades will cost $15 and orders will shop in two to three weeks from the company's new Razor Maker website.
MILAN/LONDON, Oct 17 (Reuters) - A joint venture between Procter & Gamble and Italian healthcare group Angelini is working to create a sustainable recycling loop that would allow dirty diapers to be turned into plastic bottle caps and viscose clothing. More than 20 million tonnes of disposable diapers are burned or dumped in landfills globally every year - a major environmental problem since their use became widespread in the 1960s and 1970s. Part of the problem is that collecting, cleaning and breaking diapers into their component parts - plastic, cellulose and super absorbent polymer - is tricky and expensive.
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Colgate-Palmolive (CL) is likely to disappoint investors with its top-line performance in the third quarter. Analysts expect Colgate-Palmolive to report net sales of $3.9 billion, down 1.7% on a YoY (year-over-year) basis.
Colgate-Palmolive (CL) is expected to announce its third-quarter results on Friday, October 26. However, analysts expect the company to disappoint investors with its third-quarter sales and earnings performance. Similar to Procter & Gamble (PG) and Kimberly-Clark (KMB), Wall Street expects Colgate-Palmolive’s top line also to see a YoY (year-over-year) decline.
A Procter & Gamble commercial based on the true story of a girl with a skin condition who must cope with rejection by her biological parents and societal perceptions generated 18 million views in less than a week.
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Procter & Gamble unveiled an initiative that enables consumers to personalize and 3D print razor handles made by the Gillette division, a move that could boost brand appeal among millennial men.
MILAN/LONDON (Reuters) - A joint venture between Procter & Gamble (PG.N) and Italian healthcare group Angelini is working to create a sustainable recycling loop that would allow dirty diapers to be turned into plastic bottle caps and viscose clothing. More than 20 million tonnes of disposable diapers are burned or dumped in landfills globally every year - a major environmental problem since their use became widespread in the 1960s and 1970s. Part of the problem is that collecting, cleaning and breaking diapers into their component parts - plastic, cellulose and super absorbent polymer - is tricky and expensive.
Gillette today pilots a new concept designed to personalize the shaving experience in entirely new ways. Dubbed Razor Maker™: powered by Gillette®, this new platform leverages technology from 3D-printing powerhouse Formlabs to offer a series of customizable 3D-printed handles, matching advanced manufacturing with consumers’ desire to have completely unique and personalized products. “Gillette is in the business of helping men look, feel and be their best, and that means giving them access to grooming options that not only meet their shaving needs, but also match their lifestyle, look and budget,” said Pankaj Bhalla, Director, Gillette & Venus North America.
Procter & Gamble Co. is overhauling marketing for the Venus brand for women, and over the next several months will roll out new advertising, social content, influencer storytelling and brand partnerships.
Former Procter & Gamble manager hired to design and implement new digital and IT organization at Avon Products, which sells items that compete with those of Procter.
Procter & Gamble wants to help. The company has launched a 14 Day Challenge with the goal of replacing the common Instagram tag #BadHairDay with #GreatHairDay. The hash tag #BadHairDay has been used on Instagram 1.2 million times, or 17 times more than #GreatHairDay, according to P&G. As part of the campaign, P&G offers the Pantene Hair Advisor and what’s called the #GreatHairDay Studio, "a real-time response hub powered by an army of social responders dedicated to engaging with each #BadHairDay mention." For 14 days, "the army" will personally reply to #BadHairDay posts with videos and messages.
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.
A few Wall Street analysts downgraded Kimberly-Clark (KMB) stock before its third-quarter results. On October 10, Deutsche Bank downgraded Kimberly-Clark stock to “sell” from “hold” and lowered the target price to $99 from $108. On October 8, Goldman Sachs downgraded Kimberly-Clark stock to “neutral” from “buy” and reduced the target price by $1 to $119.
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Analysts expect Kimberly-Clark (KMB) to sustain the growth momentum in its EPS during the third quarter. However, the projected low growth rate could disappoint investors. Analysts expect Kimberly-Clark to report an adjusted EPS of $1.64 in the third quarter, which reflects 2.5% growth YoY (year-over-year).
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Whether it’s what skin to show or what skin to hide, there are many rules both implicit and explicit placed on women’s skin today. Starting with the launch of the “My Skin, My Way” campaign, Gillette Venus will do its part to right those rules by celebrating every woman and every type of skin. The campaign is an overhaul of the brand’s marketing and is just the first step to a series of commitments and activations that will shine a light on women who write their own rules when it comes to how they live life in their own skin.