Learn more about whether Kimberly-Clark de Mexico SAB de CV – ADR is a good stock to buy or sell based on recent news as well as its key financial metrics. Read on to find out how (KCDMY) grades on certain investment factors and determine whether it meets your investment needs.
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As of February 21, 2023, Kimberly-Clark de Mexico SAB de CV – ADR had a $0.0 million market capitalization, putting it in the percentile of companies in the Personal Products industry.
Kimberly-Clark de Mexico SAB de CV – ADR does not have a meaningful P/E due to negative earnings over the last 12 trailing months. Kimberly-Clark de Mexico SAB de CV – ADR’s trailing 12-month revenue is $0.0 million with a % profit margin. Year-over-year quarterly sales growth most recently was %. There are not analysts providing consensus earnings estimates for the current fiscal year. Kimberly-Clark de Mexico SAB de CV – ADR does not currently pay a dividend.
The outlook on the personal products sub-industry is neutral. Companies in this sub-industry have benefitted from an economy that is recovering much sooner than expected. Companies have shifted their focus into ecommerce and have begun exploring the international markets for certain products such as the opportunity for skincare products in China. Despite retail stores closing at an increased rate, this has been offset by the growth of ecommerce, which figures to be a key part of most firms’ business plan going forward. For example, Estee Lauders closed retail stores make up about 1-2% revenue, a minor portion of profit from sales. This is even less alarming as the company is likely to earn the revenue back from other locations or online. Despite a recovering economy, travel retail, which was set to grow at about 5% per year pre-pandemic, has stagnated due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns. This key source of revenue will take a few years to get back to its pre-pandemic level and sustainable growth rate.
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