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The Procter & Gamble Company (PG)

NYSE - Nasdaq Real-time price. Currency in USD
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146.67+1.41 (+0.97%)
At close: 04:03PM EDT
146.41 -0.26 (-0.18%)
After hours: 07:59PM EDT
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Previous close145.26
Open145.91
Bid146.41 x 1100
Ask146.69 x 1100
Day's range144.98 - 146.73
52-week range129.50 - 165.35
Volume5,036,244
Avg. volume7,222,046
Market cap350.475B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.34
PE ratio (TTM)25.24
EPS (TTM)5.81
Earnings date17 Oct 2022 - 21 Oct 2022
Forward dividend & yield3.65 (2.49%)
Ex-dividend date21 Jul 2022
1y target est156.38
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    Investors Should Heed This Consumer Giant's Warning

    Consumer staples bellwether Procter & Gamble (NYSE: PG) has been performing well despite the impact of heightened inflation. In Procter & Gamble's fiscal fourth quarter, it posted organic sales growth of 7%. Essentially, P&G's costs are going up, so it is charging more for its products, which is par for the course in the consumer staples space during periods like this.

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    3 Stocks to Buy Before the Next Recession

    Although the U.S. economy just suffered the second consecutive contraction of its quarterly GDP, many economists are wary of suggesting that this usual indication is, in fact, a recession. Not only do such environments discourage consumers from stepping foot in stores, but people might be particularly hesitant to make the big-ticket investments in maintenance and care that automobiles so often require. Outlays on auto maintenance remain just as brisk during tough times as they are when consumers are flush with extra cash.

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    Billionaires Love This Dividend King. Should You?

    Consider that individual investors hold just a tiny sliver, only 3.5% of outstanding shares. Big money is crazy about Procter & Gamble. Institutions typically play by different rules than retail investors; the number one rule for the pros is don't lose money.