Kimberly-Clark Corporation (KMB)

140,15
3,20 2,20
NYSE
Prev Close 143,32
Open 143,81
Day Low/High 138,79 / 144,57
52 Wk Low/High 125,27 / 145,79
Volume 1.50M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 336.72B
Market Cap 47.67B
P/E Ratio 19,08
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)

Early-Morning Market Look

Let's take a peek at overnight and early action in some of the more important asset classes. The rundown: S&P futures +1; Nikkei +; European markets +; euro +; crude +$0.50; gold +$24; and the 10-year U.S. note yields 2.48%. Worth mentioning: Friday...

Kimberly-Clark upgraded at BMO

Off the Charts

Off the Charts

Use today's S&P low as your new short-term point of reference.

The Day Ahead: The Fed's Mixed Message

The Day Ahead: The Fed's Mixed Message

It's a huge holder of securities, but it does not know how to talk to the markets.

The Rotation Begins

The Rotation Begins

Money is going into banks and cyclicals.

Mad Money Uncovered: Green Stocks

Mad Money Uncovered: Green Stocks

Jim Cramer looks at why many stocks are becoming increasingly green, with Mad Money Research Director Nicole Urken.

Nerve-Wracking Valuations

Nerve-Wracking Valuations

The only truly inexpensive areas are tech, industrial and finance -- and they all remain despised.

Mad Money Uncovered: KMB & BGS

Mad Money Uncovered: KMB & BGS

Kimberly Clarke and B&G Foods are two stocks that are working, according to Jim Cramer and Nicole Urken, Mad Money Research Director

National Lemming Day

National Lemming Day

It's the only thing that explains today's action.

Investors Want Profits, Dividends and Safety

Investors Want Profits, Dividends and Safety

Kimberly-Clark shows us that the analysts are wrong in their fixation on revenue growth.

The Day Ahead: Emotionally Connecting to Earnings

The Day Ahead: Emotionally Connecting to Earnings

Here are some ways I am relating to companies this season.

Kimberly-Clark downgraded at BofA

The Day Ahead: Go Forth and Conquer

The Day Ahead: Go Forth and Conquer

Remember that the market has priced in upwardly revised fiscal year forecasts on the part of companies, as well as revenue beats.

The Day Ahead: Don't Be a Hamster

The Day Ahead: Don't Be a Hamster

Use quiet April blah time to gauge business environment.

Market on Close Imbalances

How much to buy? My mavens on the floor of the NYSE see $275 million to buy at the close. In terms of sectors, buys are seen in industrials with $75 million and energy with $65 million. Sales are in only information technology at $15 million. In ter...

Throw it Back on Our List of Woes

Throw it Back on Our List of Woes

The strong dollar has returned as a headwind, courtesy of the knuckleheads in Europe.

Parting Ways With an Old Pal

Parting Ways With an Old Pal

This stock has a P/E ratio more than twice the growth rate.

Kimberly-Clark downgraded at Goldman

Tupperware Preserves Gains: Dividend Corner

Tupperware Preserves Gains: Dividend Corner

Express bucks the bullish trend in retail as the Dow tries to post the first nine-day gain since 1996. Presented by Stocks Under $10 Portfolio Manager, David Peltier.

The Only Bubble I See

The Only Bubble I See

Safety stocks aren't every going to be crushed, but could certainly stumble.

Dividend Growth and the 2013 Market

Dividend Growth and the 2013 Market

David Peltier at TheStreet.com discusses dividend growth in consumer-focused sectors and the economy.

Dividend Corner: Consumer Growth

Dividend Corner: Consumer Growth

Portfolio Mgr. David Peltier @dividendsguru highlights 3 consumer stocks likely to boost their dividends.

Kimberly-Clark numbers cut at BMO

Good, Old-Fashioned Paper

It's not all about tech. Kimberly-Clark (KMB) is down a bit today but has put on an impressive performance recently. The consumer products giant has been trading in a range between $82 and $88 since late June and is pulling back after making a third...

Rock-Solid Stocks for a Tempestuous Time

Rock-Solid Stocks for a Tempestuous Time

These two companies can offer a safe harbor in a choppy market.

The Day Ahead: Talk Trash to Mr. Market

The Day Ahead: Talk Trash to Mr. Market

Strange world I live in nowadays.

The Market's Unheeded Flashing Signals

The Market's Unheeded Flashing Signals

Copper and the euro are breaking out -- big news, but few people seem to care.

Day Ahead: 10 Things to Share with Investing Pals

Day Ahead: 10 Things to Share with Investing Pals

None of these tools have anything to do with owning four flatscreen computer monitors.