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Amid persistent inflation, fears of substitution effects impacting consumer staples providers have grown.
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The tech giant has been a Wall Street favorite for a long time -- and for good reason.
Procter & Gamble Co. is again under the microscope over its wood-pulp sourcing policies as an advocacy organization calls on US regulators to review the company’s claims to investors.
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The home-sharing stock could soar next year.
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Procter & Gamble Company (PG) tracked slightly higher on Tuesday after Wolfe Research started off coverage on the household products giant with an Outperform rating. Read more.
These dividend stocks are undervalued and high-yielding, making them no-brainer stocks to buy as the year winds down.
Procter & Gamble Co. was fined more than $34,000 following an employee’s death at a North Carolina facility.
Procter & Gamble (PG) is being sized up favorably by Wall Street after hosted its biennial Analyst Day at the Cincinnati HQ last week. Read more.
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Procter & Gamble Co. isn’t planning to rely on acquisitions to drive growth, Chief Executive Officer Jon Moeller said.
These stocks likely won't steer you wrong in the long term.
These companies flourish when money is tight.
These Berkshire Hathaway-owned stocks all have major tailwinds to propel them higher in the years to come.
The stocks to buy to pay myself first are companies whose products I routinely use. These three all pay healthy dividends.
Kimberly Clark is trading below where it was at the start of 2020. In some ways, it looks cheap; in others, it seems expensive.
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With a possible global economic downturn on the horizon, investors should target these recession-resistant stocks to buy.