— Kimberly-Clark Corporation (NYSE: KMB) reported Q4 2019 earnings of $1.71 per share, vs. $1.70 expected.
— Revenues were flat at $4.6 billion, vs. $4.5 billion expected.
— Organic sales increased 3%.
— FY2020 net sales are expected to increase 1% year-on-year, including organic sales growth of 2%.
— FY2020 GAAP EPS is expected to be $5.95 to $6.65.
— FY2020 adjusted EPS is expected to be $7.10 to $7.35.
— KMB shares were down 0.62% in premarket hours.
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