Sign up below. KMB’s Consistent Profit Growth We briefly featured KMB in January 2015, and, while the stock is up just 6% (vs. +27% for the S&P), it remains undervalued and warrants a deeper look. KMB has grown revenue and after-tax …
While KMB might seem like an attractive stock to buy, it is important to understand the assumptions behind the P/E ratio before you make any investment decisions. Today, I will explain what the P/E ratio is as well as what you should look …
On the bright side, Kimberly Clark is predicting a return to pricing gains this year, improved profitability, and aggressive cash returns through dividends and stock repurchase spending. Those financial wins will help, but shareholders likely …
Kimberly-Clark specializes in disposable personal care products like Kleenex tissues, Huggies diapers, Scott toilet paper and Kotex feminine products. Additionally, under its K-C Professional segment, the company makes soaps, sanitizers …
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Kimberly-Clark Corporation KMB reported fourth-quarter 2017 results ... which along with the quarterly performance drove this Zacks Rank #3 (Hold) stock by 1.4% in the pre-market trading session. Also, we note that the stock has gained …
Kimberly-Clark's Kleenex is the most popular brand of facial tissues. Source: Getty Images. However, this chart alone does a disservice to KMB's return during this period. Below is a chart of the company's annualized dividend increases …
Step back and take a bigger picture view of the business, though, and you'll see that there's plenty to like about the stock. Below I'll highlight three of the biggest reasons to remain bullish on an investment in Kimberly-Clark. Given that this is …
The Kimberly-Clark Corporation, seeking to strengthen its competitive position against its global rival the Procter & Gamble Company, announced a 2-for-1 stock split yesterday along with the sale of three pulp-paper mills. Kimberly