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The Dirty Truth on Gillette

P&G’s stock closed Wednesday at $87.74, down about two.5% or $two.26 a share. P&G’s razor company suffered a specifically lackluster quarter with organic sales — which exclude the impact of foreign exchange prices, acquisitions or divestitures — dropping 6%. CEO David Taylor mentioned in a statement the company’s development was slowed by an uncertain economy and political discourse here and abroad. Sales excluding the influence of foreign exchange, acquisitions and divestitures created markets in the United States and Western Europe, were flat, whilst building markets, from Russia to Brazil, grew at a modest 3%. P&G reported earnings per diluted share...