P&G Raises Guidance On Strong Q1 With Analysts Anticipating Headwinds
Net and organic sales up 7% to $17.8bn in its FY 2020 Q1 as its turnaround takes hold and pricing increases it implemented a year ago push revenues. CFO Jon Moeller says P&G revises guidance upwards for FY2020 and is better positioned to counter potential recession headwinds than it was in 2008.
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