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Procter & Gamble Co.'s stock climbed after a Jan. 6 Prudential Securities analyst's favorable report, which touted upcoming test marketing of Impress plastic wrap and Tempo paper handkerchiefs, expansion of Iams dog food into grocery and mass merchandise channels, and coming national distribution for ThermaCare heat wraps and Bounty Quilted napkins. Citing Impress' potential, the analyst downgraded Clorox Co., marketer of Glad wrap. In trading Friday, P&G closed at $116.50, up 6.33% for the week.
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