On Monday, Shares of Procter & Gamble Co (NYSE:PG), subtract -0.68% and closed at $87.83 in the last trading session. PG stock opened its last trade at $88.43 and after floating in a range of $87.71 to $88.65. The company’s Market capitalization is $234.96 Billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 2.67 Billion. During the 52-week trading session the minimum price at which share price traded, registered at $73.50 and reached to max level of $90.33. The Procter & Gamble Company (PG) has recognized twelve of its top performing External Business Partners with its prestigious Partner of the Year award. P&G has worked extensively to become better connected with its external business partners in recent years, especially in product and supply innovation. At the awards ceremony, P&G leaders specifically thanked several companies for their partnershipand business results in this area. P&G has now expanded its business partner integration into citizenship, where governance, sustainability, and diversity and inclusion are just three topics targeted for better synchronization. The passion applied to innovation and citizenship are examples of a supply network transformation that has seen P&G and its community of partners cooperating anew, making step-changes in areas of production, creating breakthrough ways to connect, and pioneering new opportunities to collaborate. P&G is extremely happy and proud of the spirit of partnership it is receiving from these companies.
In Addition To, P&G also awarded over 30 other companies The External Business Partner Excellence Award, counting two for superior performance in Supplier Diversity.
Exxon Mobil Corporation (NYSE:XOM), REMAIN FLAT and closed at $86.54 in the last trading session. XOM stock opened its last trade at $86.48 and after floating in a range of $86.07 to $86.79. The company’s Market capitalization is $358.77 Billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 4.15 Billion. During the 52-week trading session the minimum price at which share price traded, registered at $71.55 and reached to max level of $95.55. ExxonMobil is expanding its Exceed™ XP – when eXtreme Performance matters – portfolio with the introduction of new grades at its K2016 pavilion (FG04) in Dusseldorf, Germany, from 19-26 October. These new grades deliver exceptional performance advantages for resin converters and end-users in applications that include films for soft-shrink and food lamination packaging and greenhouses.
“We are excited to extend our recently launched Exceed XP portfolio with two new grades that provide our customers with additional options for applications that require extreme performance,” said Cindy Shulman, plastics and resins vice president, ExxonMobil Chemical. “Since its launch, Exceed XP has been exceptionally well received in the market with customers reporting an unprecedented level of mechanical and processing performance. These new grades will broaden this impact.”
These grades, Exceed XP 6026 and Exceed XP 6056, provide outstanding processability with improved toughness, flex-crack resistance, sealability, balanced shrink performance, and good optical properties. For converters, the high melt strength of these polymers promotes greater bubble stability and improved output.