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Moody’s Downgraded Avon Products with a ‘Negative’ Outlook
Avon Products (AVP) fell by 4.2% and closed at $3.85 per share at the end of the fourth week of June 2016.
China Is Stabilizing through Policy Support
OppenheimerFunds Make no mistake, China is a controlled economy where growth can still be manufactured at will. Massive fiscal and monetary stimulus has China going through a “mini” boom with the pace of economic growth stronger and more broad based than what the markets expected. And as China goes, so goes the rest of emerging […]
Resilient Global Growth Supports Equities
OppenheimerFunds Leading indicators of the global economy are climbing and that generally bodes well for equities. Previously, we highlight the tight fit between the JP Morgan Global Composite Purchasing Managers’ Index (black line, left axis)—a leading indicator of worldwide business activity—and the year-over-year returns of the MSCI All Country World Index (ACWI) returns since 2000. […]
We Are in a New World of Persistent Dollar Strength
OppenheimerFunds That was then: For the longest time, we insisted that the strength of the dollar was the equalizer in a deleveraging world. If the Fed were to be the only major country in the world raising interest rates, then the dollar would appreciate significantly. Dollar strength would prove to be a headwind to U.S. […]
U.S. Economic Drag Is Fading, Upside Surprises Are Possible
OppenheimerFunds The U.S. economy was weaker than expected in 2016, the lagged effect of the Fed’s policy mistake in 2015. In our opinion, the worst is now over for the United States, and economic growth should improve in 2017 and could even surprise to the upside with an appropriate fiscal policy mix from the new […]
Avon Products Appoints Its New Chief Communications Officer
Avon Products (AVP) fell 3.0% to close at $5.17 per share during the third week of December 2016.
Avon Announces Its New Executive Vice President and CFO
Jamie Wilson has been appointed as Avon Products’ executive vice president and CFO, effective January 1, 2017. He will take care of finance functions.
How Did Avon Products Perform in 3Q16?
Avon Products (AVP) fell 10.4% to close at $5.94 per share during the first week of November 2016.
Avon Products Elects Jose Armario to Its Board of Directors
Avon Products (AVP) fell 6.7% to close at $5.44 per share during the first week of September 2016.
Deutsche Bank Raises Avon Products’ Price Target to $8 Per Share
Avon Products (AVP) has a market cap of $2.2 billion. It fell by 0.39% to close at $5.06 per share on August 4, 2016.
Avon’s Beauty Sales Show Fewer Are Dolling Up with Its Products
Avon Products (AVP) has a market cap of $2.1 billion. It rose by 14.4% to close at $4.76 per share on August 2, 2016.
Avon Products and Investors Agree to Avoid Proxy Contest
Avon Products (AVP) has a market cap of $2.0 billion. AVP rose by 8.4% to close at $4.64 per share on March 28, 2016.
Why Is Avon Moving Its Head Office to the UK?
Avon’s price movements on a weekly, monthly, and year-to-date (or YTD) basis are 14.1%, 24.1%, and 18.3%, respectively.
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