By  on July 17, 2017
Procter & Gamble; Procter and Gamble Signage outside Procter & Gamble corporate headquarters in downtown Cincinnati. Procter & Gamble reports financial resultsEarns Procter Gamble, Cincinnati, USA

Activist Nelson Peltz is trying to elbow his way onto Procter & Gamble's board, but Wall Street, at least for now, isn't looking for big changes.  

The company's stock inched up just 0.5 percent to $87.55 Monday as investors digested news of a proxy challenge from Peltz's Trian Fund Management LP.

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