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Is Procter & Gamble Worth Its Premium Price?

The company’s current much-touted pricing power is evanescent and will diminish as competition increases and the staples sector continues to experience profound change


Procter & Gamble Co. (NYSE:PG) posted good results for its latest quarter, exceeding analyst expectations for some measures.

Earnings per share were $1.21, beating the consensus of $1.21. At $17.44 billion, net sales remained unchanged from the prior year. The company’s sales were not uniform across all its segments. While the beauty products logged an 8% increase in organic sales

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