Procter & Gamble Company (The) (PG) Closes 0.01% Down on the Day for January 17

Equities Staff  |

Shares of Procter & Gamble Company (The) (PG) ended the trading day Thursday at $90.64, representing a move of -0.01%, or $0.0128 per share, on volume of 8.03 million shares.

Since its founding in 1837, Procter & Gamble has become the world's largest consumer product manufacturer. It operates with a lineup of leading brands, including 21 that generate more than $1 billion in annual global sales such as Tide laundry detergent, Charmin toilet paper, Pantene shampoo, and Pampers diapers. P&G sold its last remaining food brand, Pringles, to Kellogg in 2012. Sales beyond its home turf represent around 55% of the firm's consolidated total, with around one third coming from emerging markets.

After opening the trading day at $90.71, shares of Procter & Gamble Company (The) traded between a range of $90.35 and $91.56. Procter & Gamble Company (The) currently has a total float of 2.49 billion shares and on average sees 11.21 million shares exchange hands each day.

The stock now has a 50-day SMA of $92.15 and 200-day SMA of $81.58, and it has a high of $96.90 and low of $70.73 over the last year. Its P/E ratio is 23.9 and its P/B ratio is 4.4.

Procter & Gamble Company (The) is based out of Cincinnati, OH, and has 92,000 employees. The company’s CEO is David S. Taylor.

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