How Rising Gas Prices Will Affect the 15 Biggest U.S. Companies

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How Rising Gas Prices Will Affect the 15 Biggest U.S. Companies

#10: Procter & Gamble

ProcterGambleLogo How Rising Gas Prices Will Affect the 15 Biggest U.S. CompaniesProcter & Gamble (NYSE:PG) also is worth more than $180 billion. P&G is in the same boat as Coca-Cola and JNJ. It makes a great number of goods consumers use, from Gillette razors to Bounty paper towels to Crest toothpaste. But it doesn’t distribute those goods. Higher petroleum costs might weigh on some plastic packaging or manufacturing expenses eventually, but in the short term, it’s unlikely that gasoline prices alone will have an impact.


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