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Procter & Gamble (PG) reported fiscal Q2 earnings and beat expectations. The company reported EPS of $1.64 vs. $1.51 expected and revenue of $19.75 billion vs. $19.27 expected.
After reporting, shares of the company slipped by -1.14% and are now trading on the 200-day moving average at $132.11. In November of last year the company's #stock hit an all time high of $146.92, but has failed to re-test it and is down -10% since. Is now the time for investors to buy P&G stock?