P&G Earnings Met Expectations. Why the Stock Is Falling.



Procter & Gamble


shares were sliding Thursday after the patron goods giant posted second-quarter earnings that matched analysts’ expectations, while gross margins declined largely attributable to higher costs.

The buyer goods giant posted net sales of $20.8 billion and diluted earnings of $1.59 per share, while analysts anticipated $20.7 billion and $1.59 per share, in accordance with FactSet.

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