Investors are warming up to the consumer goods giant these days. Here's why that could be a smart move.
With its huge portfolio of popular brands, Procter & Gamble found itself playing defense against a number of challengers on Sunday.
Stacking the two consumer goods titans up against each other.
The company's big ideas have flopped more than a few times, but its spirit of experimentation is what keeps fueling its growth.
The consumer goods giant is beating the market for a change. But at first glance, its shares now look a bit too pricey to open a new position.
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In a stock market that's been shaky from the outset this year, what's boring might be interesting as we move further into 2016.
Brand reputation, market leadership, and growing dividend payments should make Colgate-Palmolive investors smile in 2016 and beyond.
Profits are growing faster than expected, but the consumer goods giant suffered a second straight quarter of sales volume declines.
P&G shareholders had a rough 2015, and the year ahead might not be much better.