: Procter & Gamble stock rises on Q3 top and bottom-line beat, raised outlook


Procter & Gamble Co.’s stock rose 3.5% Friday after the consumer goods giant’s fiscal third-quarter results topped Wall Street’s estimates, boosted by price hikes for household items like Tide detergent, Bounty kitchen paper and Pampers diapers.

The company PG said it raised prices by about 10% across its brands, which are grouped into beauty, grooming, healthcare, fabric & home care, and baby, feminine and family care.

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