Kimberly-Clark's (NYSE: KMB) stock is cheap. Even as the broader market surged higher this year, the consumer products giant has declined. As a result, investors can now buy the owner of hit global brands like Kleenex, Huggies, …
Kimberly-Clark Corp.’s stock is a great reminder for investors, that introducing a significant buyer doesn’t guarantee price gains. It is also a good example of the potential downside to the investment strategy financial advisers refer to as dollar ...
will trade on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol HYH. The stocks’s first full day of trading will be on Nov. 3. Under the tax-free transaction, Kimberly-Clark shareholders will receive one share of Halyard Health stock for every …
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
A lawsuit was filed on behalf of investors in Halyard Health Inc (NYSE ... Care operating segment of Kimberly-Clark, …
Shares of Kimberly-Clark stock closed at a three-month high Tuesday and continued upward today following news of the company's restructuring efforts that include eliminating up to 1,300 jobs. Tuesday's closing price was $111.23 a share, …
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 …
Kimberly-Clark (KMB) showed up on my DeMark scans a couple of weeks ago with completed TD Sequential Countdowns, completed TD Waves 5, and completed Megaphone 7 patterns on both weekly and monthly timeframes. …
KMB). That director bought a total of 200 shares of the stock at a price of $113.59. The total for the buy was set at …