The Clorox Company  (CLX)
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Price: $143.6000 $0.40 0.279%
Day's High: $142.1605 Week Perf: 2.18 %
Day's Low: $ 141.40 30 Day Perf: -3.53 %
Volume (M): 55 52 Wk High: $ 178.21
Volume (M$): $ 7,863 52 Wk Avg: $148.15
Open: $142.55 52 Wk Low: $114.68

 Market Capitalization (Millions $) 17,895
 Shares Outstanding (Millions) 125
 Employees 9,000
 Revenues (TTM) (Millions $) 7,310
 Net Income (TTM) (Millions $) 93
 Cash Flow (TTM) (Millions $) 188
 Capital Exp. (TTM) (Millions $) 216

The Clorox Company
The Company was originally founded in Oakland, California in 1913 as the Electro-Alkaline Company. It was reincorporated as Clorox Chemical Corporation in 1922, as Clorox Chemical Co. in 1928 and as The Clorox Company (an Ohio corporation) in 1957, when the business was acquired by The Procter & Gamble Company.

The Company's business operations, represented by the aggregate of its Household Products ' North America, Specialty Products, and Household Products ' Latin America/Other, include the production and marketing of consumer products sold primarily through grocery, mass merchandise, club and other retail stores.

The products of the Household Products ' North America segment include: (a) plastic bags, wraps and containers, under the Glad brand, (b) home care cleaning products such as disinfecting sprays and wipes, toilet bowl cleaners, dilutable, spray and gel household cleaners, glass and surface cleaners, carpet cleaners, reusable cleaning cloths, drain openers and septic-system treatments, steel-wool soap pads and scrubber sponges, mildew removers, soap scum and bathroom cleaners, daily shower cleaners and pre-moistened towelettes, primarily under the brands Clorox, Formula 409, Pine-Sol, Tilex, Soft Scrub and S.O.S, (c) laundry products, such as liquid bleaches, laundry stain removers and dry and liquid color-safe bleaches under the brands Clorox and Clorox 2, and (d) water filtration systems and filters under the Brita brand.

The products of the Specialty Products segment include: (a) auto care products such as protectants, cleaners and wipes, tire- and wheel-care products and washes, automotive fuel and oil additives and appearance products, primarily under the Armor All and STP brands; (b) cat litter products such as clumping cat litter, scoopable and silica-gel crystals cat litter, primarily under the Fresh Step and Scoop Away brands; (c) food products such as salad dressings and dip mixes; seasoned mini-croutons, seasonings, sauces, and marinades, primarily under the Hidden Valley and K C Masterpiece brands; (d) seasonal products such as charcoal briquets, charcoal lighter and wood chips under the Kingsford and Match Light brands and insecticides under the Combat brand and (e) products for institutional markets such as bleaches, toilet bowl cleaners, disinfectants, disinfecting sprays and wipes, dilutable cleaners, insecticides, cleaners, food-storage bags, wraps, trash bags, dressings, barbecue sauces, charcoal briquets, clog removers, cleaners, steel-wool soap pads, mild-abrasive liquid cleansers, mildew removers, soap scum removers and bathroom cleaners.

The products of the Household Products ' Latin America/Other segment include: (a) in the Asia-Pacific region: bleaches, insecticides, disposable gloves, cleaning cloths, floor cleaners, sponges and scourers, non-stick baking paper, ice cube bags, non-stick frying pan sheets, aluminum foil, foil trays, plastic covers, oven bags, reclosable bags, paste cleaner, food bags, cling films, trash bags, coolant concentrates, brake fluids and sponges, primarily under the Glad, Chux, Home Mat, Armor All, Combat, Clorox and Handy Andy brands and (b) in the Latin American region: laundry additives, waxes, bleaches, spray and gel cleaners, liquid household cleaners, toilet bowl cleaners, bathroom cleaners, disinfecting sprays, cleaning utensils, brooms, candles, air fresheners, and fabric refreshers primarily distributed under the Clorox, Ayud'n, Limpido, Clorinda, Los Conejos, Poett, Mistolin, Lestoil and Bon Bril brands.

Most non-durable household consumer products are nationally advertised and sold within the United States to grocery stores and grocery wholesalers primarily through a network of brokers and to mass merchandisers, warehouse clubs, military and other retail stores primarily through a direct sales force. Within the United States, the Company also sells institutional versions of many of its products. Outside the United States, the Company sells consumer products to the retail trade through subsidiaries, licensees, distributors and joint-venture arrangements with local partners.

The Company purchases raw materials, packaging supplies, transportation and other services, products and energy from numerous unaffiliated firms. Interruptions in the delivery of these materials or services could adversely impact the Company.

Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. and its affiliated companies were 25 percent,'of the Company's consolidated net sales.

COMPETITION. The markets for consumer products are highly competitive. Most of the Company's products compete with other nationally advertised brands within each category and with 'private label' brands and 'generic' non-branded products of grocery chains and wholesale cooperatives. Competition is encountered from similar and alternative products, many of which are produced and marketed by major national concerns having financial resources greater than those of the Company. Depending on the product, the Company's products compete on price, quality or other benefits to consumers. A newly introduced consumer product (whether improved or newly developed) usually encounters intense competition requiring substantial expenditures for advertising and sales promotion. If a product gains consumer acceptance, it normally requires continuing advertising and promotional support to maintain its relative market position.

   Company Address: 1221 Broadway Oakland 94612 CA
   Company Phone Number: 271-7000   Stock Exchange / Ticker: NYSE CLX
   CLX is expected to report next financial results on April 30, 2024. Next quarterly dividend pay out on May 10, 2024.

Customers Net Income fell by CLX's Customers Net Profit Margin fell to

-41.83 %

3 %

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Clorox Bolsters Support for Shareholders with Increased Dividend Payout Ratio, Renews Trust in Investors' Future

Published Wed, Feb 28 2024 2:06 AM UTC

The Clorox Company's Increased Dividend Payout Ratio Demonstrates Strong Commitment to Shareholders
OAKLAND, Calif., Feb. 27, 2024 - The Clorox Company (NYSE: CLX) announced today that its board of directors has declared a quarterly dividend of $1.20 per share on the company's common stock. This decision emphasizes Clorox's dedication to providing attractive returns to i...

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Revitalizing Growth Trajectory: The Clorox Company's Astonishing Top-Line Surge Shocks the Industry During October to December 2023

The Clorox Company, a renowned consumer goods manufacturer, recently released its financial results for the second quarter of 2024. While revenue growth was prominent, the decline in income raises questions about the company's performance and its future trajectory. In this article, we will interpret the financial results and assess their potential impact on the company going forward.
Revenue Growth:
During the second quarter of 2024, Clorox experienced a substantial increase in revenue, amounting to 16.035% or $1.99 billion. This surge in revenue highlights the company's strong market presence and potential for further growth. However, it is essential to delve deeper into other financial indicators to gain a comprehensive understanding of Clorox's performance.

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The Clorox Company's Remarkable Resilience: Overcoming a Startling -20.345% Revenue Drop

Despite a challenging fiscal interval closing on September 30, 2023, which saw a decline in revenue by -20.345%, The Clorox Company remains a strong contender in the market. The company's drop in earnings by -75% may raise concerns, but a closer analysis reveals the potential for a bullish turn of events.
Comparing their recent earnings to the previous year, The Clorox Company recorded $1.39 billion in revenue, a decrease from $1.74 billion. Similarly, their earnings per share (EPS) decreased from $0.68 to $0.17. These figures may cause alarm among investors, but it is important to consider the prevailing circumstances during the analyzed fiscal period.

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The Clorox Company Reveals Significant Top-line Advancements, Amidst 4Q 2023 Earnings Season

The Clorox Company (CLX) has recently released its financial report for the fourth quarter of 2023, which has been met with positivity and optimism from investors. However, a closer analysis of the report reveals several concerning factors that indicate a bearish outlook for the company.
Firstly, let's examine the company's income per share, which increased by an impressive 72.65% to $1.41 per share in the fourth quarter of 2023. While this may seem like a positive sign, it is important to note that the previous year saw earnings per share in the negative territory, at $-1.71 per share. Therefore, the significant increase in earnings per share in the current quarter may be viewed as a correction from the previous year's poor performance, rather than sustainable growth.

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Solid numbers by the company amid the financial third quarter of 2023

Investors may be concerned with The Clorox Company's recent financial performance, as their third quarter 2023 return on equity (ROE) of 17.8% fell below their average of 369.39%. The decline in net income was cited as the cause for this decrease in ROE, which also placed The Clorox Company behind 8 other companies in the Chemical Manufacturing industry with a higher ROE. However, despite this dip, the company's overall ROE ranking advanced in the quarter, moving from 120 to 84.
The company's fiscal interval ending March 31 2023 also saw a slip into a deficit of $-1.71 per share, compared to $1.21 per share the previous year. The revenue did grow by 5.86% to $1.92 billion from $1.81 billion in the same reporting period a year before and sequentially revenue advanced by 11.662% from $1.72 billion. But The Clorox Company logged a net deficit of $-209.000 million, instead of net earnings of $152.000 million that they had reported in the previous year.
Operating earnings fell -97.66% to $9 million, driving The Clorox Company's operating margin down to 0.47%, which is a significant decrease from their 21.28% operating margin in the third quarter of 2022.


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