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At Nov. 30, 2015, $MKC temporarily used $171.7MM of cash from its foreign subsidiaries to pay down short-term debt in the US. The avg. short-term borrowings outstanding for the years ended Nov. 30, 2015 was $546MM, up $122.3MM YoverY. The total avg. debt outstanding for the year ended Nov. 30, 2015 rose 10% YoverY to $1,571.9MM.
Visa ($V) set to release it earning after market close today. With new CEO resigning so close to the earnings, should we expect to see any surprises? Visa has been making strong moves with Visa Europe acquisition, partnership with PayPal and a 15% increase if quarterly dividends.
Kimberly Clark Corp ($KMB) has been in decline for most of the year, the stock has also not been getting any analyst love. Will today’s earnings break the trend? Revenue has been up and down in the last four quarters, let us see what this quarter brings.
$KMB down close to 4% after it misses on earnings and revenue. Forecasts are lower for the year.