Reckitt Benckiser looks best set to capitalise on global trends

While it is far from being the best known consumer goods firm, it has had uninterrupted international growth

23rd April, 2017

In recent years, I have always been invested in global consumer defensive, household and personal product groups. These are the companies that make up the larger part of the world’s varied daily consumer and user experience brands: Kelloggs and KitKat; Oreo and Omo; Pampers, Paddy and Pernod; Durex and Dettol, to name but a few of the best known.

About one-third of my portfolio is invested in the companies that own these and...

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