|Day Low/High||59.93 / 60.23|
|52 Wk Low/High||44.06 / 63.89|
As its troubles recede, Procter & Gamble should become a leader in consumer staples.
These names are unlikely to be this low next year at this time.
There are keepers, would-be keepers and some I can live without.
Income seekers have likely already shifted to the food producers.
The market's return to grocer stocks makes them susceptible to profit-taking.
We may have to live without the upward drift in developed and developing countries.
The valuation gap between food producers and distributors has been closing.
Some of the most well-known American brands aren't actually so American, after all.
Congratulations to all who've benefitted from this terrific stock run.
IOMA has quickly established itself in the skincare industry with its unique concept and strong commitment towards women.
This should cap the market's upside. Defensive, consumer staples stocks continue to be weighed down by Unilever's (UN, UL) weak sales guidance this week. This is a large segment of the market that is not likely to be going anywhere in the near term ...
Unilever talks down its sales growth expectations. "One last thing." -- Lt. Columbo Unilever (UN, UL) is talking down its sales growth expectations -- the entire consumer nondurable sector is under seige after this announcement.
Many companies are beating on earnings while disappointing on revenue.
Roger Martin, author of Playing To Win, tells Gregg Greenberg the reasons behind P&G's success and J.C. Penney's failure.
Since we recommended it in May, it has shown clear improvements that we expect to continue.
Scott Redler and Lindsey Bell walk through retail, consumer staples, and some quick hits for your watch-list today.
Michael Silverstein, author of The $10 Trillion Prize, says investors should bet on Chinese and Indian consumers opening their wallets in the coming years.
Unilever issues record-low-yielding three-year notes. Unilever (UL, UN) has just issued $450 million of three-year notes with a 0.45% coupon. That is a record-low yield for three-year paper of corporate debt, I beleive.
Marek Fuchs, senior contributing analyst at TheStreet, holds Procter up to light.