Procter & Gamble saw good results from implementing its integrated strategies and the company delivered an all-around beat. P&G saw its organic sales increasing while its global aggregate market share held, its productivity savings continuing, and its supply efficiency improved further. All business divisions experienced growth, and each of their 10 product categories saw an increase in organic sales. Hair Care saw a mid-single-digit increase, while oral care, Skin and Personal Care, Baby Care, and Family Care saw low single-digit increases. Besides, enhanced productivity across the board helped them generate cash and support quality initiatives while reducing costs and dealing with currency fluctuations. The company also acquired Mielle Organics to increase access to its product portfolio. To sum up, they are dedicated to boosting productivity, making adjustments to finance growth initiatives, resolving issues with input costs, and achieving balanced top- and bottom-line development. We give Procter & Gamble a ‘Hold’ rating with a revised target price.
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