Clorox (NYSE: CLX)
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Clorox Company Info
The Clorox Co. engages in the manufacture and marketing of consumer and professional products. It operates through the following business segments: Health and Wellness, Household, Lifestyle, and International. The Health and Wellness segment consists of cleaning products, professional products and vitamins, minerals and supplements mainly marketed and sold in the United States. The Household segments consists of bags and wraps, grilling products and cat litter marketed and sold in the United States. The Lifestyle segment refers to food, natural personal care products and water-filtration products marketed and sold in the United States. The International segment covers products sold outside the United States, excluding natural personal care products. The company was founded by Edward Hughes, Charles Husband, William Hussey, Rufus Myers, and Archibald Taft on May 3, 1913 and is headquartered in Oakland, CA.
News & Analysis
I prefer to buy stocks with long histories of dividend increases when they have high yields. This pair is still in buy territory.
This consumer staples icon is still well off its highs but is already starting to move toward a return to form.
Clorox's margins got crushed as inflation spiked. Management said they were working on it. Here's the proof.
As Wall Street stayed on Fed watch, signs of economic strength are emerging from these two companies.
Investors have found some hidden gems in the midst of 2022's market meltdown, and are buying them back in a big way.
Clorox has taken an aggressive position on pricing. The consumer response will determine if the company, and industry, is pushing too hard.
Clorox's latest quarterly numbers suggest that an important inflection point has been reached in management's effort to rebuild its margins.
You'll be paying a fairly steep price for a reliable but slow-growing company.
CLX earnings call for the period ending September 30, 2021.
CLX earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2021.
CLX earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2021.
CLX earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2020.
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