NESM.DE - Nestlé S.A.

XETRA - XETRA Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
64.50
+0.75 (+1.18%)
As of 4:35PM CEST. Market open.
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Previous Close63.75
Open64.50
Bid64.50 x 10000
Ask65.50 x 400000
Day's Range64.50 - 64.50
52 Week Range62.00 - 78.90
Volume267
Avg. Volume428
Market Cap196.295B
Beta0.47
PE Ratio (TTM)27.72
EPS (TTM)2.33
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield2.06 (3.20%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-04-16
1y Target EstN/A
  • Investors Demand Nestle, Pepsi and Others Cut Plastic Use
    Bloomberg20 hours ago

    Investors Demand Nestle, Pepsi and Others Cut Plastic Use

    A group of 25 investors managing more than $1 trillion in assets are demanding that Nestle SA, PepsiCo Inc., Procter & Gamble Co. and Unilever NV reduce their use of plastic packaging, calling it environmentally damaging. The initiative was organized by As You Sow, a nonprofit shareholder advocacy group that pushes companies to act responsibly. It was signed by investment managers including Hermes Investment Management, Impax Asset Management, NEI Investments and Walden Asset Management.

  • TheStreet.com3 days ago

    Starbucks Sets Latest Plan to Recaffeinate Shares

    CEO Kevin Johnson cited slowing growth and the its crisis stemming from a store in Philadelphia as recent problems.

  • Nestle to close Ludwigsburg plant in Germany
    Reuters9 days ago

    Nestle to close Ludwigsburg plant in Germany

    ZURICH (Reuters) - Nestle (NESN.S) plans to close at the end of 2018 a German plant that makes coffee substitute Caro and roasted cereals and which employs around 100 staff, the Swiss food group said on ...

  • Can Growing Bottled Water Sales Save CSD Makers' Fortunes?
    Zacks10 days ago

    Can Growing Bottled Water Sales Save CSD Makers' Fortunes?

    The bottled water market is poised to grow further in over the next few years. This has made beverage companies reorient their business strategy and redesign their portfolio with increased focus on bottled water.

  • Does Nestlé SA.’s (VTX:NESN) Past Performance Indicate A Weaker Future?
    Simply Wall St.17 days ago

    Does Nestlé SA.’s (VTX:NESN) Past Performance Indicate A Weaker Future?

    Measuring Nestlé SA.’s (SWX:NESN) track record of past performance is a valuable exercise for investors. It allows us to understand whether or not the company has met or exceed expectations,Read More...

  • Starbucks shuts 8,000 stores for anti-bias training
    Reuters24 days ago

    Starbucks shuts 8,000 stores for anti-bias training

    Starbucks committed to the training after a Philadelphia cafe manager's call to police resulted in the arrests of two black men who were waiting for a friend. Anti-bias training is intended to get participants to recognize their own unconscious biases and avoid unintentional discrimination. Starbucks is closing 8,000 company-owned U.S. stores at around 2 p.m. local time on Tuesday as a first step in training 175,000 employees on racial tolerance.

  • Reuters24 days ago

    Starbucks shuts 8,000 stores for anti-bias training

    Starbucks committed to the training after a Philadelphia cafe manager's call to police resulted in the arrests of two black men who were waiting for a friend. Anti-bias training is intended to get participants to recognise their own unconscious biases and avoid unintentional discrimination. Starbucks is closing 8,000 company-owned U.S. stores at around 2 p.m. local time on Tuesday as a first step in training 175,000 employees on racial tolerance.

  • Nestle plans to cut up to 500 IT jobs in Switzerland
    Reuters24 days ago

    Nestle plans to cut up to 500 IT jobs in Switzerland

    Nestle (NESN.S) plans to eliminate up to 500 information technology jobs at its Swiss home base as its shifts work to an existing tech hub in Spain and other locations, the food and beverage giant said on Tuesday. Its Nespresso coffee business also plans to establish operational centres in Spain and Portugal to benefit from existing Nestle e-commerce and supply chain hubs, and intends to create a centre for boutique operations in Italy too.

  • Nestle plans to cut up to 500 IT jobs in Switzerland
    Reuters24 days ago

    Nestle plans to cut up to 500 IT jobs in Switzerland

    Nestle (NESN.S) plans to eliminate up to 500 information technology jobs at its Swiss home base as its shifts work to an existing tech hub in Spain and other locations, the food and beverage giant said on Tuesday. Its Nespresso coffee business also plans to establish operational centers in Spain and Portugal to benefit from existing Nestle e-commerce and supply chain hubs, and intends to create a center for boutique operations in Italy too.

  • Nestle to Cut 500 Jobs in Biggest Swiss Restructuring Plan
    Bloomberg24 days ago

    Nestle to Cut 500 Jobs in Biggest Swiss Restructuring Plan

    Nestle SA plans to cut as many as 500 computer-service jobs in its home market of Switzerland as Chief Executive Officer Mark Schneider aims to boost profitability at the world’s largest food company. Its Nespresso coffee unit is also moving jobs to Spain and Portugal and will offer positions to 80 employees affected by that reorganization. Schneider is starting Nestle’s biggest restructuring program in Switzerland, reducing staff there by 5 percent after having faced pressure from investors such as Dan Loeb to cut costs.

  • Is Nestlé SA.’s (VTX:NESN) 12.01% ROE Strong Compared To Its Industry?
    Simply Wall St.25 days ago

    Is Nestlé SA.’s (VTX:NESN) 12.01% ROE Strong Compared To Its Industry?

    With an ROE of 12.01%, Nestlé SA. (SWX:NESN) outpaced its own industry which delivered a less exciting 11.42% over the past year. Superficially, this looks great since we know thatRead More...

  • Nestle, under pressure, combines key R&D units
    Reuters28 days ago

    Nestle, under pressure, combines key R&D units

    Food giant Nestle plans to combine its scientific research operations into a single unit in an attempt to speed up development of new products at a time when competition from smaller rivals is intensifying. The world's biggest packaged food maker, with brands including Nescafe coffee and Perrier water, has been struggling with slowing sales growth for years. To better compete, the Swiss company told Reuters it would merge its Nestle Research Center and Nestle Institute of Health Sciences (NIHS) into one organization called Nestle Research.

  • Reuters28 days ago

    Nestle, under pressure, combines key R&D units

    Food giant Nestle (NESN.S) plans to combine its scientific research operations into a single unit in an attempt to speed up development of new products at a time when competition from smaller rivals is intensifying. The world's biggest packaged food maker, with brands including Nescafe coffee and Perrier water, has been struggling with slowing sales growth for years. To better compete, the Swiss company told Reuters it would merge its Nestle Research Center and Nestle Institute of Health Sciences (NIHS) into one organisation called Nestle Research.

  • Nestle streamlines R&D to speed up product innovation
    Reuters29 days ago

    Nestle streamlines R&D to speed up product innovation

    Food giant Nestle plans to combine its scientific research operations into a single unit in an attempt to speed up development of new products at a time when competition from smaller rivals is intensifying. The world's biggest packaged food maker, with brands including Nescafe coffee and Perrier water, has been struggling with slowing sales growth for years. To better compete, the Swiss company told Reuters it would merge its Nestle Research Center and Nestle Institute of Health Sciences (NIHS) into one organization called Nestle Research.

  • Reuters29 days ago

    Nestle streamlines R&D to speed up product innovation

    Food giant Nestle (NESN.S) plans to combine its scientific research operations into a single unit in an attempt to speed up development of new products at a time when competition from smaller rivals is intensifying. The world's biggest packaged food maker, with brands including Nescafe coffee and Perrier water, has been struggling with slowing sales growth for years. To better compete, the Swiss company told Reuters it would merge its Nestle Research Center and Nestle Institute of Health Sciences (NIHS) into one organization called Nestle Research.

  • Starbucks Reveals New Expansion Plan to Boost China Business
    Zackslast month

    Starbucks Reveals New Expansion Plan to Boost China Business

    Starbucks (SBUX) has plans to more than triple its revenues and almost double its store count in China over the next five years.

  • Reuterslast month

    Competition heats up for controversial a2 Milk Company

    SYDNEY/WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Stay-at-home mother Anna Wei wanted the best milk formula to feed her firstborn, so she chose the most expensive brand her money could buy: Platinum by a2 Milk Company Ltd. Buyers like Wei have fanned a phenomenal success for New Zealand-based a2 Milk (ATM.NZ) (A2M.AX) and its controversial milk powder that is marketed as easier to digest than conventional milk because it lacks the A1 caesin protein. Now, several other companies, including the world's biggest infant formula maker Nestle SA (NESN.S), have decided to sell their own brand of A2-only milk powder in China and other countries, which Mark Brown, chief investment officer at shareholder Devon Funds Management, said raises a question about the sustainability of a2's success and its strategy.

  • Starbucks says aims to triple China revenue by 2022
    Reuterslast month

    Starbucks says aims to triple China revenue by 2022

    Starbucks Corp (SBUX.O) is looking to more than triple its revenue and almost double its store count in China over the next five years, doubling down on the market as traffic growth comes under pressure in the United States. It has around 3,300 stores in 141 cities in China currently. Starbucks dominates China's coffee scene, although it is seeing more competition from smaller rivals, similar to how it is coming under pressure from a "third wave" of boutique coffee sellers and cheaper rivals in the United States.

  • Starbucks says aims to triple China revenue by 2022
    Reuterslast month

    Starbucks says aims to triple China revenue by 2022

    Starbucks Corp (SBUX.O) is looking to more than triple its revenue and almost double its store count in China over the next five years, doubling down on the market as traffic growth comes under pressure in the United States. It has around 3,300 stores in 141 cities in China currently. Starbucks dominates China's coffee scene, although it is seeing more competition from smaller rivals, similar to how it is coming under pressure from a "third wave" of boutique coffee sellers and cheaper rivals in the United States.

  • Reuterslast month

    Nestle to cut more sugar and salt in its products

    Nestle will make further cuts to the amount of sugar, salt and saturated fats in its products as it tries to improve the image of packaged foods in the eyes of health-conscious consumers, the Swiss group said on Tuesday. Nestle and its rivals are under pressure from a shift in consumer preferences towards healthier food and away from processed products such as instant noodles and frozen pizza. The company said it wanted to cut sugar by another 5 percent, on top of the more than 34 percent reduction achieved since 2000, and salt by another 10 percent in addition to the more than 20 percent saved since 2005.

  • Conservationists say Nestlé's pumping of well water unsustainable
    CBS MoneyWatchlast month

    Conservationists say Nestlé's pumping of well water unsustainable

    The company has obtained a permit to increase production in rural Michigan, despite accusations that its pumping has negatively affected local water resources, wildlife

  • Nestle Will Help Starbucks Brew International Growth
    Motley Foollast month

    Nestle Will Help Starbucks Brew International Growth

    Nestle is buying the rights to sell Starbucks-branded products in grocery stores.

  • Reuterslast month

    Nestle falls behind as millennials warm up to frozen meals

    At Nestle's $50 million (36.96 million pounds) research center outside Cleveland, food technicians and packaging experts set out three years ago to remake its frozen food lineup and appeal more to busy, health-conscious adults in their 20s and 30s. When young consumers came back to the frozen food aisle last year, the company's supply chain wasn't ready. Jeff Hamilton, who heads Nestle's U.S. food business, said in an interview the company did not have the manufacturing capacity ready to meet extra demand for its Stouffer's Fit Kitchen and Lean Cuisine meals.