P&G Shares Jump after Bill Ackman Reveals Massive StakeVW Staff
The Procter & Gamble Company (NYSE:PG) shares jumped after the Federal Trade Commission approved of an investment by William Ackman’s Pershing Capital Management LP. By midday (Eastern Time) on Thursday, P&G’s stock rose 4.5 percent to $64.18 per share. It was the highest gain for the company since October 2009. The shares closed slightly lower at $63.70 a share, up 3.75%.
The FTC did not reveal . . .
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