On July 30, investors will get a flood of valuable data about the health of Procter & Gamble's (NYSE: PG) business. P&G's growth slowdown has already arrived. Not only are consumers spending less time around the home now, but they're also working through pantry holdings that are already packed with P&G's home-care and cleaning essentials.
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