As earnings reports continued to flood in, consumer-products makers were among Wall Street's big movers Tuesday. Colgate-Palmolive ( CL) shares climbed 3% after the company posted adjusted earnings that topped analysts' average estimate by a penny. The maker of Ajax cleaner and Irish Spring soap reported an adjusted profit of $466.4 million, or 86 cents a share, compared with analysts' 85-cent projection. Sales rose 12% to $3.53 billion, beating Wall Street forecast of $3.48 billion. Shares of Colgate were up $1.99 to $76.25. Avon Products ( AVP) also beat estimates by a penny, posting earnings of $139.1 million, or 32 cents a share. The cosmetics company's third-quarter revenue rose 14% to $2.35 billion, exceeding Wall Street's target of $2.27 billion. Shares were adding $1.64, or 4.2%, to $40.71. Energizer ( ENR) was on the losing side, with shares sliding 7% after the battery and razor maker missed analysts' third-quarter targets. The company reported earnings of $60.3 million, or $1.03 a share, compared with Wall Street's estimate of $1.05. Revenue rose 5.4% to $875 million, short of analysts' average estimate of $903 million. Shares were down $7.74 to $102.92. Shares of Procter & Gamble ( PG) fell 4% after the company said fiscal second-quarter profits may miss Wall Street targets. For the September quarter, the maker of Tide detergent and Pantene shampoo reported earnings of $3.08 billion, or 92 cents a share, including a 2-cent-a-share tax gain. Analysts expected earnings of 90 cents a share. Sales rose 8% to $20.2 billion, in line with Wall Street's $20.23 billion forecast.