Procter & Gamble

NYSE: PG
$133.55
+$0.84 (+0.6%)
Closing price August 7, 2020
Independent research firm Argus raised its rating on Procter & Gamble to Buy from Hold. Its $122 target price represented almost 20% upside from the prior close.
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