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  • Aug 25- Russia's consumer safety watchdog Rospotrebnadzor said it had asked retailers to withdraw some batches of detergents made by foreign companies including Henkel& Co and Procter& Gamble as they did not meet toxicological safety criteria. Russia banned many food imports from the European Union and the United States last year in retaliation to their...

  • The regulator said some products of Henkel, Procter& Gamble, Colgate-Palmolive, and Clorox had to be removed from the marketplace because they did not meet Russia's toxicological safety criteria. Last year Russia banned many food imports from the European Union and United States in retaliation for their sanctions over Moscow's role in the Ukraine conflict.

  • The Russian Consumer Protection Agency said in a statement Tuesday that recent inspections of selected goods by top foreign brands such as Colgate-Palmolive and Procter& Gamble have found high levels of toxic ingredients in them. Russia, however, has not banned the imports of detergents or washing liquids, and most of the producers mentioned by the agency...

  • The regulator said some products of Henkel, Procter& Gamble, Colgate-Palmolive, and Clorox had to be removed from the marketplace because they did not meet Russia's toxicological safety criteria.

  • RUSSIAN CONSUMER SAFETY WATCHDOG SAYS ORDERED RETAILERS TO WITHDRAW SOME DETERGENT PRODUCTS OF HENKEL, PROCTER& GAMBLE, COLGATE-PALMOLIVE, AND CLOROX FROM STORES.

  • Venezuela currency blues hit U.S. blue-chip companies Thursday, 30 Jul 2015 | 3:38 PM ET

    BOSTON, July 30- Venezuela's currency woes cut nearly $3 billion in profit at U.S. blue-chip companies during the second quarter and prompted Procter& Gamble Co to remove its operations in the South American country from its consolidated financial reports. More so-called deconsolidation moves and exits from Venezuela are likely to happen during the second...

  • *4th- qtr sales $17.79 bln vs est. July 30- Procter& Gamble Co, the world's largest consumer products maker, reported the sixth straight fall in its quarterly sales, hurt by a stronger dollar. The company, which gets about two-thirds of its sales from markets outside the United States, has been hurt by a 20 percent rise in the dollar in the past year.

  • LONDON, July 30- The dollar jumped and stock markets around the world were left flat-footed on Thursday after the Federal Reserve painted a relatively bright picture of the U.S. economy, boosting bets that it will hike interest rates in September. Big name companies set to report include Colgate-Palmolive, Coca-Cola, Mondelez International before the bell and...

  • July 30- Procter& Gamble Co, the world's largest consumer products maker, reported its sixth straight fall in quarterly sales, as the stronger dollar continued to weigh on the value of sales from overseas markets. The company said on Tuesday that David Taylor would replace A.G. Lafley as chief executive in November, as it looks to reverse the trend of falling sales.

  • July 30- Colgate-Palmolive Co reported its fourth straight quarter of sales decline as it continued to be weighed down by a stronger dollar that stripped the value of overseas sales. Net income attributable to the company fell to $574 million, or 63 cents per share, in the second quarter ended June 30, from $622 million, or 67 cents per share, a year earlier.

  • Earnings focus, but also seeking Fed clues in GDP Wednesday, 29 Jul 2015 | 6:41 PM ET
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    Thursday brings another wave of earnings with companies from P&G to Amgen reporting, but markets will also be digging deep into GDP data for hints on the Fed.

  • Minefield for market with Fed, earnings, commodities Monday, 27 Jul 2015 | 8:08 AM ET
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    The Fed meets next week, but a commodities meltdown and earnings season are adding to concerns about global growth and may steal some of its thunder.

  • LONDON, July 23- Unilever expects a recent series of beauty deals to give its performance extra lustre while consumer demand remains weak for staple products from soup to soap. The wisdom of the transition was evident on Thursday when Unilever reported better-than-expected second-quarter sales, fueled by gains of 3.3 percent and 5.9 percent for its personal...

  • Stocks to own for the next 239 years Friday, 3 Jul 2015 | 9:00 AM ET
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    In honor of America’s birthday, “Fast Money” traders pick companies to own that could be around for the next 239 years.

  • Early movers: RAD, LUV, CL, FIT, H, JBL & more Thursday, 18 Jun 2015 | 7:51 AM ET
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    Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.

  • Early movers: TGT, PRU, CL, NFLX, AAPL & more Wednesday, 10 Jun 2015 | 7:51 AM ET
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    Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.

  • HONG KONG/ SHANGHAI, June 4- Shanghai bank employee Frances Chen spends about a fifth of her monthly salary on her poodle Cookie, one of the millions of pet owners turning China's pet care industry into one of the fastest growing in the world. Once banned by Communist leader Chairman Mao Zedong as a bourgeois pastime, having a pet has now become a symbol of financial...

  • *Factory orders fall 0.4 percent in April. WASHINGTON, June 2- New orders for U.S. factory goods unexpectedly fell in April as demand for transportation equipment and a range of other goods weakened, suggesting that manufacturing remained constrained by a strong dollar and spending cuts in the energy sector. New orders for manufactured goods slipped 0.4...

  • Food for thought: Brands who've won over the world Friday, 15 May 2015 | 8:40 AM ET

    Household goods are quickly stealing a march on popular brands like Coca-Cola, with Colgate being used in more than half the world’s houses - report.

  • Strong U.S. dollar pressures jobs at exporters Friday, 8 May 2015 | 10:28 AM ET

    The appreciation in the currency weighed on first quarter profits across corporate America, including at soft drink giant PepsiCo Inc and toothpaste producer Colgate-Palmolive. Steel, the rise in the value of the dollar reduced profits from its sales to Europe, while also making steel from South Korea more competitive abroad, helping to force layoffs of...