Church & Dwight Co is a household & personal product company located in New Jersey, United States, which is part of the Consumer Defensive sector, and is traded under the ticker CHD on the NYSE exchange.
Church & Dwight Co stock last closed at $85.72, up 0.3% from the previous day, and has decreased 12.12% in one year. It has underperformed other stocks in the Household & Personal Products industry by 0.01 percentage points. Church & Dwight Co stock is currently +22.18% from its 52-week low of $70.16, and -18.58% from its 52-week high of $105.28.
There are currently 244.04M shares of CHD outstanding. The market value of CHD is $20.92B. In the last 24 hours, 1.42M CHD shares were traded.
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Out of 16 Equities analysts who give forecasts on CHD, the consensus analyst rating on CHD is a Buy
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Steve Powers, a top 9% analyst from Deutsche Bank maintains CHD with a strong buy rating and raises their CHD price target from $91.00 to $92.00, on Mar 20, 2023.
Maintaining his Strong Buy rating, Powers nudged up his price target on Church & Dwight Company Inc. by 1.1%.
The consumer staples sector is facing escalating risks of economic headwinds, the analyst told investors.
As a result, Powers said he is more worried about "forward company fundamental risk" for the majority of the names in his coverage area.
Filippo Falorni, a bottom 19% analyst from Citigroup initiates coverage on CHD with a hold rating and announces their CHD price target of $85.00, on Feb 17, 2023.
Mark Astrachan, a top 7% analyst from Stifel Nicolaus maintains CHD with a hold rating and raises their CHD price target from $79.00 to $85.00, on Feb 6, 2023.
Dara Mohsenian, a top 5% analyst from Morgan Stanley maintains CHD with a strong buy rating and raises their CHD price target from $91.00 to $92.00, on Feb 6, 2023.
Edward Lewis, a bottom 28% analyst from Atlantic Equities upgrades CHD to a hold rating and announces their CHD price target of $80.00, on Feb 6, 2023.
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Last year, CHD earnings were $413.90M. In the past five year, CHD's earnings have increased by -10.56% per year. This was slower than the Household & Personal Products industry average of -3.01%.
Last year, CHD revenue was $5.38B. In the last 5 year, CHD's revenue has grown by 7.32% per year. This was slower than the Household & Personal Products industry average of 8.49%.
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Over the past year, insiders at CHD have bought more shares than they have sold.
Ravichandra Krishnamurty Saligram, Director of CHD, was the latest CHD insider to sell. They sold $1,473,696.00 worth of CHD shares on Mar 10, 2023.
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Church & Dwight Co pays a dividend of 1.24%, compared to the Household & Personal Products industry's average dividend yield of 2.93%. If you owned $1,000 worth of CHD stock, you would have been paid $12.37 in the past year.
Church & Dwight Co dividend payments have consistently grown over the past decade and have remained stable.
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