|会社名||Kimberly-Clark Corp. （KMB キンバリ―クラ―ク）|
|業種||トイレタリ―用品 一般消費財（Consumer Products）|
|概要||事業概要 キンバリー・クラーク（Kimberly-Clark Corporation）は天然または合成繊維から作成される製品の製造・市販に従事する。同社はパーソナルケア、コンシューマ・ティッシュ、K-Cプロフェッショナルと企業・そのほかを通じて運営する。パーソナルケア事業は使い捨ておむつ、トレーニングおよびユースパンツ、スワンプ剤、ベビーワイプ、女性用および失禁ケア用品、その他の関連製品などのソリューションおよび製品を提供する。コンシューマー・ティッシュ事業はフェイシャルとバスルームティッシュ、ペーパータオル、ナプキン、関連製品などの製品を提供する。K-Cプロフェッショナル事業はワイパー、ティッシュ、タオル、アパレル、石鹸、消毒剤などのソリューションとサポート製品を提供する。北米以外の事業には発展途上国および新興市場（D＆E）および先進国市場が含まれる。同社はスーパーマーケット、量販店、ドラッグストア、倉庫クラブ、その他の小売店に製品を販売する。 キンバリ―・クラ―クは米国の日用品メ―カ―。健康、衛生用製品の製造と販売を行う。主要製品は、紙おむつ、小児・水泳用の紙パンツ、生理用品、失禁用衛生用品、ティッシュペ―パ―、トイレットペ―パ―、ペ―パ―タオル、紙ナプキンのほか、手術衣、マスク、グロ―ブなどの使い捨て医療用品。主要ブランドは｢ハギ―ズ｣、｢クリネックス｣、｢スコット｣など。 Kimberly-Clark and its trusted brands are an indispensable part of life for people in more than 175 countries. Fueled by ingenuity, creativity, and an understanding of people's most essential needs, it creates products that help individuals experience more of what's important to them. Its portfolio of brands, including Huggies, Kleenex, Scott, Kotex, Cottonelle, Poise, Depend, Andrex, Pull-Ups, GoodNites, Intimus, Neve, Plenitud, Viva and WypAll, hold the No. 1 or No. 2 share position in 80 countries. It uses sustainable practices that support a healthy planet, build stronger communities, and ensure our business thrives for decades to come.|
|本社所在地||P.O. Box 619100 Dallas TX 75261-9100 USA|
|代表者氏名||Thomas J. Falk|
|代表者役職名||Executive Chairman of the Board|
|決算概要||決算概要 BRIEF: For the fiscal year ended 31 December 2018 Kimberly Clark Corp revenues increased 1% to $18.49B. Net income before extraordinary items decreased 31% to $1.53B. Revenues reflect K-C Professional segment increase of 3% to $3.38B Consumer Tissue segment increase of 1% to $6.02B Corporate and Other segment increase of 27% to $52M North America segment increase of 1% to $9.53B Outside North America segment increase of less than 1% to $9.26B.|
From toilet paper to diapers, here's a list of household staples that are about to get more expensive 2021/04/20 14:55:29 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Many household goods are getting more expensive, as companies like Procter & Gamble and General Mills hike prices to combat shortages and rising shipping costs. During their third-quarter earnings call , P&G said it has started raising prices on some of its paper goods, including baby-care, feminine hygiene products, and adult diapers. The price hike would encompass Pampers diapers, Charmin toilet paper, Tampax and Always feminine products, as well as Depends and Prevail adult products. "The exact amount of the price increase will vary by brand and sub-brand in the range of mid-to-high single-digit percentages and will go into effect in mid-September," P&G said in a statement. Some of P&G's primary competitors, including Kimberly-Clark, have already announced similar price increases. In March, the company said it would implement a price increase for top products like Scott toilet paper and Huggies diapers. Similarly, General Mills CFO Kofi Bruce said during the company's March earnings call that it was planning to increase its prices to offset rising commodity costs as the company's margins continue to fall.
A Republican House member bought dogecoin, and is already sitting on gains of thousands of dollars 2021/04/19 13:12:08 Business Insider
Summary List Placement One Congressman is benefiting from the meteoric rise of dogecoin over the past few weeks. Republican House member Mark Green purchased thousands of dollars worth of Dogecoin this month. Since Green's first purchase, Dogecoin has soared 632% as of Monday morning. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell . The meteoric rise in Dogecoin over the past month is benefitting one congressman who purchased the cryptocurrency more than once this month. Republican House member Mark Green purchased between $1,000 and $15,000 worth of Dogecoin on April 1 and April 14, according to a periodic transaction report filed on Thursday. Dogecoin, which traded at $.054 on April 1, is hovering around $0.39 on Monday, representing a gain of 632%. Green's $1,000-$15,000 purchase of Dogecoin on April 1 is worth between $7,632 and $109,800, depending on how much he actually bought. And since Green's additional purchase of Doge on April 14, the coin is up 247%.
Buy Kotak Mahindra Bank, target price Rs 1813: ICICI Direct 2021/04/15 03:31:56 Economic Times India
Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd., incorporated in the year 1985, is a banking company (having a market cap of Rs 356882.27 Crore).
Demand for guaranteed-return insurance covers sees a sharp rise 2021/04/13 19:15:40 Economic Times India
Life insurance agents and bancassurance partners are using multi-decadal low fixed deposit rates offered by all major banks as a hook to sell more and more of guaranteed return insurance policies, convincing customers that these will fetch higher returns on their long-term savings funds.Brokers and insurers have seen the demand for guaranteed covers spike 15-20% in the last quarter of FY21, according to industry insiders at a time when equity-linked investment instruments too have displayed high levels of volatility keeping risk averse households away from such bets.According to experts, most guaranteed return policies in the market are fetching a higher Internal rate of return (IRR) or annual rate of growth on an investment against the fixed deposit savings instruments — a phenomenon seen in the Indian financial market after at least two decades.“This is a peculiar time, while the short-term interest rates which dictate the bank rates have sharply fallen due to the repo rate cuts by the central bank, longer-term rates have not fallen in similar fashion,” said Vivek Jain, investment business head, PolicyBazaar.“These trends have also started taking shape in demand among customers.
Kotak Mahindra Bank wants to be challenger in home loan market, maintains low interest rate 2021/04/12 13:33:49 Economic Times India
Even as its competitors have hiked rates on their home loans lately, Kotak Mahindra Bank on Monday announced its decisions to continue with its rate structure starting at 6.65 per cent. "The product is aimed to grow our market share…we are a challenger in the market," its president for consumer assets Ambuj Chandna said over the phone. It can be noted that SBI had hiked its rate offering by a steep 0.25 per cent last week after the end of a limited period offer where they were priced at 6.75 per cent. Some lenders are said to have taken SBI's cue and hiked their offerings as well. Before the SBI move, HDFC had hiked the interest rate on its deposit offering as well. Chandna said home loan is a key focus area for Kotak Mahindra Bank because of the product's ability to establish a deeper connect with customers, portfolio performance from an asset quality perspective over the last two years and also the headroom for growth. When asked about the cost of funds, he said there has been no move externally like a hike in policy rate by RBI which should lead to a hike and also stressed that the share of the low-cost current and saving account deposits is the highest for the bank.
Kimberly-Clark, maker of Kleenex and Cottonelle, raises prices in US, Canada 2021/04/01 13:52:03 New York Post
Kimberly-Clark said Wednesday it would raise prices on many of its products including Scott toilet paper, tissues and diapers in the United States and Canada to offset rising commodity costs. The company saw its products roll off supermarket shelves as shoppers stockpiled essential staples ahead of curfews and lockdowns to stem the spread of COVID-19….
71 Biggest Movers From Yesterday 2021/04/01 09:06:58 Benzinga
Gainers Discovery, Inc. (NASDAQ: DISCB ) shares gained 82.8% to close at $128.00 after climbing around 29% on Tuesday. Wah Fu Education Group Limited (NASDAQ: WAFU ) shares jumped 51.2% to close at $12.50 on Wednesday after the company swung to a profit in the first half of fiscal year 2021. MicroVision, Inc. (NASDAQ: MVIS ) gained 50.7% to close at $18.55 after Microsoft, which is a Microvision customer, won a US Army contract for AR headsets. Liberty TripAdvisor Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: LTRPB ) rose 41.8% to close at $37.00. Coursera, Inc. (NYSE: COUR ) gained 36.4% to close at $45.00 as the company priced its IPO at $33 a share. FreightCar America, Inc. (NASDAQ: RAIL ) jumped 35.7% to close at $6.59. Intevac, Inc. (NASDAQ: IVAC ) gained 31.7% to close at $7.15 in sympathy with Microsoft following news Microsoft won a U.S. Army contract for augmented-reality headsets. Greenlane Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: GNLN ) rose 29.7% to close at $5.30 after the company and KushCo announced a merger agreement.
Six consortiums apply for NUE licence 2021/03/31 23:30:00 Economic Times India
Six consortiums, including those led by Reliance Industries, Tata Group and Axis-ICICI Bank, submitted applications to the central bank on Wednesday to set up a national payments infrastructure rivalling the National Payments Corp of India (NPCI) platform.The other consortiums are led by Paytm, India Post and Fintech startup iserveU.The bank consortium is led by Axis Bank and ICICI Bank, with 20% each and co-promoting an entity called MoPay. This consortium also has BillDesk, Pine Labs, Amazon and Visa with 15% stake each, sources directly aware of the talks told ET.A consortium led by Reliance Industries and Infibeam Avenue has also submitted its proposal Wednesday. Facebook and Google are set to have minority stakes in this entity, as reported by ET in February.Tata Group has also applied for the NUE licence through its subsidiary Ferbine Payments. It will own 40% in the entity while Airtel Digital, Mastercard and Nabard will hold 10% each. Flipkart, through its subsidiary FlipPay, and Naspers-backed PayU will own about 5% each in the Tata entity.
Rising cases could derail financial sector recovery 2021/03/30 13:14:03 Economic Times India
Rising Covid infections could potentially lead to severe lockdowns impacting economic activity and hit bank collections making investors jittery. Eight states led by Maharashtra, which houses the financial capital of the country, Mumbai and also large states like Karnataka, Punjab, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat are leading the new spike in cases latest data shows. The Maharashtra state government has already imposed a curfew after 8 pm and could impose a stricter lockdown later this week after seeing the largest single day spike in cases on Sunday. In a report on Tuesday ICICI Securities said investor confidence could be shaken if Covid cases continue to accelerate leading to a broad based disruption. "If prolonged for some more time with broadbased disruption risk, can shake investor sentiment and lead to some interim correction," ICICI Securities said. The brokerage has highlighted risks emerging for AU Small Finance Bank and RBL Bank which have a high proportion of loans to small enterprises and micro finance.
Covid created haves and have nots: Uday Kotak 2021/03/28 06:36:50 Economic Times India
Uday Kotak, MD & CEO, Kotak Mahindra Bank, in conversation with Nikunj Dalmia of ET NOW at the Times Network India Economic Conclave 2021. During the last India Economic Conclave (IEC), you had said that India needs banks but it needs few PSU banks, it needs adaptation of fintech and it needs consolidation in the sector. I guess you knew what was happening because that indeed is happening one year after our interaction?I do believe that India has made very serious progress in this pandemic era and actually grasped the opportunity of what we need to do. Therefore the financial sector is in for a significant change. The government’s move of testing out with two public sector banks is first of its kind and this combined with the fact that over time you will have four or five large state owned banks and private sector banks and at the same time opening up competition in the sector is the right way to go. At the same time, we need to be clear that in the last one year, Covid has changed our lives in the field of technology and financial services by a multiplier of five.
Top losers today: 5 shares fall up to 2%; ICICI Bank, SBI, Kotak, HDFC Bank, NTPC 2021/03/16 10:54:00 Business Today
Top losers in the stock market today: ICICI Bank, State Bank of India, Kotak Mahindra Bank, HDFC Bank, NTPC were among top losers on BSE and NSE on March 16
Banking services crippled in over 500 branches in tricity 2021/03/16 01:33:55 The Tribune
Tribune News Service Chandigarh, March 15 Banking services in over 500 branches of public sector banks in the tricity were crippled as employees went on a strike for two days, starting today, opposing privatisation. Services such as deposits and withdrawal at the branches and cheque clearance were affected as banks remained closed. "Today was the last date to deposit the EMI for my two-wheeler loan. I was not aware of the strike and since the branches are closed, I will be subjected to a penalty for no fault of mine," said Kamal Thakur, a public sector bank customer. There were many like Kamal who were unaware of the strike. The strike has been called by the United Forum of Bank Unions (UFBU), an umbrella body of nine bank unions. It has called for a two-day nationwide strike on March 15 and 16 against the privatisation of public sector banks. Monday was the last date to deposit the EMI for my two-wheeler loan. I was not aware of the strike and since the branches are closed, I will be subjected to a penalty for no fault of mine. —Kamal Thakur, A customer In the Union Budget presented last month, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman had announced the privatisation of two public sector banks (PSBs) as part of the disinvestment plan of the government to generate Rs1.75 lakh crore.
Kotak Mahindra Bank, Indian Army sign MoU on salary accounts 2021/03/08 19:15:34 Sify.com
New Delhi: Kotak Mahindra Bank on Thursday said that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Indian Army for salary accounts. The MoU enables Kotak to offer its salary account proposition, combined with exclusive benefits for the Indian Army, to all army personnel, both active and retired. A statement from the bank said that through the Kotak salary account, all personnel of the Indian Army will get access to the full range of Kotak's products and services including a zero-balance salary account that earns up to 4 per cent interest per annum with free unlimited ATM transactions on all VISA ATMs among others facilities. Under the benefits, army personnel would get enhanced complimentary personal accident insurance cover, for both on-duty and off-duty incidents. It also covers accidental death or total or partial permanent disability and provides special education benefit for children and additional girl child benefit among. It covers dependent children of up to 22 years in the event of an accident claim by the salary account holder.
Bombay HC directs Williamson Magor to deposit Rs 15 crore in the court in a suit filed by Kotak Bank 2021/03/08 17:05:29 Economic Times India
The Bombay High Court has directed Williamson Magor & Co and its promoter Aditya Khaitan to deposit about Rs 15 crore in the court by March 31 in a case filed by Kotak Mahindra Bank. The court has also restrained both the Kolkata-based company and its promoter from transferring any of their immovable properties or asset except in the ordinary and usual course of business. Justice GS Patel, in his order of March 5, while directing the BSE-listed company to deposit Rs 14.88 crore in the court also said the company can alternatively furnish a bank guarantee for the entire amount or, optionally, a bank guarantee for a part of the amount and a cash deposit for the rest. “Williamson Magor has no defence at all. Khaitan’s defence is untenable and, in view of the settled law on the subject, is unstatable and probably the most complete moonshine,” observed the court in its 15-page order. “There is a contract with a clear and unequivocal obligation cast on the respondents.” Kotak Mahindra Bank had approached the court against Williamson Magor & Co and its promoter Aditya Khaitan, after they failed to pay over Rs 23 crore, including interest.
Kotak Mahindra Bank says glitch in its accounts due to wrong claims by a PSU bank 2021/03/08 16:24:47 Economic Times India
Kotak Mahindra Bank said that wrongful claims by a public sector bank on debit cards used on its point of sale (PoS) terminals has resulted in excess debits on its customer accounts.Kotak was responding to a query by ET after twitter users complained of excess debits from their accounts.“A PSU bank has claimed wrong amounts in the settlement file for card transactions done at merchant establishments managed by the PSU bank’s POS. This has resulted in excess debit from customers’ bank accounts on 8th March. All such excess debits have already been reversed”, Rohit Rao, Chief Communication Officer, Kotak Mahindra Group said without naming the bank.On Monday evening Kotak account holders took to twitter to complain about the sudden loss from the bank accounts."Massive technical glitch in Kotak Bank, it seems. Rs 81,972 debited from my account (I don’t even have that much in all my a/cs put together). Call centre exec says ppl have lost Rs 6 lakh+ or Rs 1 lakh +, so i shouldn’t worry. Wait for 24 hours, she said," Ravi Joshi a user said.
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