Unilever PLC (ULVR)

44.22
+0.19(+0.44%)
  • Volume:
    36,756
  • Bid/Ask:
    0.00/0.00
  • Day's Range:
    43.51 - 44.22
  • Type:Equity
  • Market:Germany
  • ISIN:GB00B10RZP78
  • WKN:A0JNE2

ULVR Overview

Prev. Close
44.03
Day's Range
43.51-44.22
Revenue
-
Open
43.51
52 wk Range
41.99-51.09
EPS
-
Volume
36,756
Market Cap
112.58B
Dividend (Yield)
147.61
(3.71%)
Average Volume (3m)
26,779
P/E Ratio
22.13
Beta
-
1-Year Change
-9.76%
Shares Outstanding
2,560,383,113
Next Earnings Date
27 Apr 2022
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Unilever PLC Company Profile

Employees
148949

Unilever PLC operates as a fast-moving consumer goods company in Asia, Africa, the Middle East, Turkey, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, the Americas, and Europe. It operates through Beauty & Personal Care, Foods & Refreshment, and Home Care segments. The Beauty & Personal Care segment provides skin care and hair care products, deodorants, and skin cleansing products under the Axe, Clear, Dove, Lifebuoy, Lux, Pond’s, Rexona, Signal, Suave, Sunsilk, TRESemmé, and Vaseline brands. The Foods & Refreshment segment offers ice cream, soups, bouillons, seasonings, mayonnaise, ketchups, and tea categories under the Ben & Jerry’s, Breyers, Brooke Bond, Heart (Wall’s), Hellmann’s, Knorr, Lipton, Magnum, The Vegetarian Butcher, and Unilever Food Solutions brands. The Home Care segment provides fabric solutions, and home care and hygiene products under the Cif, Omo, Persil, Domestos, Seventh Generation, and Sunlight brands. Unilever PLC was incorporated in 1894 and is based in London, the United Kingdom.

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  • Keep buying will return above 4k soon.
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    • Ever heard the saying ' while the small fish are fighting the bigger fish will eat them all'. It won't be long before the real heavyweights wade in...J&J, P&G, Nestle etc. Then it could be goodbye GSK and Unilever.
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      • All my shampoos are made by Unilever. Don't have any plan to make a switch to JNJ "No More Tears" (TM) anytime soon
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    • Ulvr is always in the business of acquisition (they bought 6 major brands since 2020) and GSK consumer healthcare potentially allows it to branch out their f&b range which I think could be interesting for them to grow their top line. They made a sneaky undervalued offer to GSK as it was no secret the latter wants to get rid of its consumer healthcare business
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      • If its overvalued GSK would have accepted on the spot!
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      • If this m&a is successful, ulvr will probably be the largest company by market cap in ftse100. BTW, I sold have my positions in GSK to buy Ulvr
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    • The GSK consumer healthcare bid is just noise and media made it sound like a blunder. If one is relatively familiar with Ulvr, you will know its a norm for them to acquire assets. It is only a bad practice if one over pays for it. Oh, ulvr made 6 acquisitions since 2020 and this will be another one. https://www.unilever.com/investors/news-and-announcements/acquisitions-disposals/
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      • good if you have a long term view strategy for this stock - buy in tranche. It's a sale - at present!
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        • Keep buying the dip
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          • Let's see. I expect this to go back to 4,000 "quickly"
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        • In his latest research note, analyst Faham Baig confirms his positive recommendation. The broker Credit Suisse is keeping its Buy rating. The target price continues to be set at GBX 4800.
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          • Overaction from GSK bid rejection. Good time to top up
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            • it's opportunity to add more... thank you!
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              • run!
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                • There is an indication of purchase on Market Miracle Advisor, is the second in a few days we hope that you start to rise seriously
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                  • Just topped up crazy cheap
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                    • it has been crazy cheap for 10 months now. the most boring share ever.
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                  • All shares heading lower on back of omicron wild virus
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                    • ULVR is today buy signal with possible take profit price 4163Get Ytd Trade on app store for daily buy signals and invest to earn not to lose
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                      • Well that didnt work out, did it.
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                    • 3853.00p and all previous post stating Value under 4000 so if you are all BUYING why is the Share FALLING...I see value at 3500p
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                      • Super strong buy. Great company good divi. And brokers have it as sell!?!?!
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                        • why are the brokers stating SELL something must be up ?
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                        • Craig Nelsontheir supply chain/ production cost inflation supposedly running at 8-10% and they cant immediately (or possibly ever) recoup this from customers. Direct hit on their profitability.
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                      • I'm in at below 4 nice nest egg.
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                        • Just downgraded to underweight by JP Morgan. Good buy below 4,000
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                          • Just downgraded to underweight by JP Morgan. Good buy below 4,000
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                        • Solid earnings! 3B buyback from May; 5% growth YOY; dividend confirmed. Good news only!
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                          • I sold a few recently as was expecting poor figures. They look cheap at £42 now
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                        • https://seekingalpha.com/amp/article/4421119-unilever-stock-nearly-30-percent-upside-potential
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                          • Unilever [LON:ULVR], First Quarter Trading Statement, Friday 29 AprilSteve Clayton, Manager of the HL Select Funds“Unilever disappointed many with its last set of numbers and investors will be hoping to see a stronger trend in volumes when they report Q1 figures on Thurs 29 April. However with the pandemic accelerating in some of Unilever’s key emerging markets, like India and Brazil, this could be wishful thinking. The one thing investors should be able to rely upon is a dividend. The group raised the quarterly payout by 4% at the full year stage and stressed the importance the group places on delivering a growing dividend to shareholders, although of course, when it comes to dividends, there are no guarantees.”
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                            • I bought my Unilever shared on 04/02/2021. Was I not supposed to get dividend payment in March?
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                              • Yes you should have done
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                            • Mar 30, 2021 GOLDMAN SACHS CUTS UNILEVER PRICE TARGET TO 4,800 (4,900) PENCE - 'BUY'
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                              • Was it really worth changing the target price by 2%
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                            • Back to 4300-4400 within 4 weeks time. Consumer spending on the up and loosening of restrictions, good time to buy ✅
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                              • Unilever will remove the word normal from about 200 products in a push for inclusivity.Thought this was underpriced until I read that. Get woke go broke
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