Procter & Gamble (NYSE: PG) The share price is up nearly 50% from about $92 at the end of 2018 to $135 currently, mainly due to positive changes in its revenue and P/S multiples. Additionally, the company has seen a steady rise in its earnings per share, supported by a lower share count. the list. Stock gains helped PG outperform S&P, which has returned just under 40% over the same period.

In our interactive dashboard, Why Procter & Gamble shares were transferred: PG stock has gained 47% since 2017In this article, we detail the factors behind this move.

PG’s total revenue increased 20% from $66.8 billion in fiscal year 2018 to $80.2 billion today

  • PG’s total revenue has risen steadily from $66.8 billion in fiscal year 2018 to $80.2 billion in fiscal year 22 (PG’s fiscal year ends in June), and currently stands at roughly the same level.
  • As of fiscal year 22, PG’s largest segment was textiles and home care, contributing $27.6 billion to total sales, generating approximately 35% of the company’s revenue.
  • Besides, healthcare was the fastest growing sector, with sales up about 20% between FY20 and FY22, and reaching nearly $11 billion as of FY22.
  • For details on PG revenue and comparison with peers, see Comparing Procter & Gamble Revenue

Revenue per share increased 27% from $25.70 in fiscal 2018 to $32.58 today.

  • PG’s revenue has increased from $66.8 billion in 2018 to $80.2 billion today, while the number of shares outstanding has decreased from 2.6 billion in 2018 to 2.5 billion currently.
  • As a result, RPS has risen steadily from $25.70 in fiscal year 2018 to $32.58 today.

The price-to-sales (P/S) ratio for PG has risen strongly from 3.3x in 2017 to 5.1x by the end of 2021 but has fallen to 4.1x currently, still about 1.3 times higher than its level in 2017.

  • The P/S PG multiplier rose strongly to around 5.1x by late 2021, on the back of increased investor expectations surrounding continued demand growth for its products in all markets, driving up the company’s sales.
  • However, as increasing economic uncertainty weighs on the broader markets, the P/E multiplier has eased, and currently stands at around 4.1 times.
  • For additional details on the company’s stock returns and comparison with peers, see Comparing Procter and Gamble stock returns.

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