NESN.VX - Nestlé S.A.

Swiss - Swiss Delayed Price. Currency in CHF
95.67
+0.39 (+0.41%)
At close: 5:31PM CEST
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Previous Close95.28
Open95.75
Bid95.61 x 596700
Ask95.00 x 2351000
Day's Range95.30 - 95.88
52 Week Range73.16 - 95.88
Volume5,408,369
Avg. Volume6,568,048
Market Cap292.516B
Beta (3Y Monthly)N/A
PE Ratio (TTM)41.24
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateAug 11, 2016 - Aug 15, 2016
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est84.84
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  • Nestle and Unilever Raise Prices Without Stunting Growth
    Bloomberg7 days ago

    Nestle and Unilever Raise Prices Without Stunting Growth

    Nestle SA and Unilever surprised investors with strong starts to the year, reporting first-quarter sales growth that handily topped analysts’ estimates. Unilever rose as much as 4.2 percent in Amsterdam as Nestle traded as much as 1.4 percent higher in Zurich. The companies delivered a counterpoint to the cost-cut-driven performance of U.S. rival Kraft Heinz Co., which has slumped since a profit warning and asset writedown in February -- about two years after it made an unsuccessful approach to take over Unilever.

  • Financial Times7 days ago

    Nestlé and Unilever growth reassures investors 

    Europe’s biggest consumer goods companies have reported a better than expected start to the year, with Nestlé setting the pace for sales growth ahead of Unilever and Danone. Nestlé’s pet food and baby formula businesses have picked up steam, while Unilever is benefiting from better sales of its household and personal care brands such as Dove soaps. Unilever’s shares rose as much as 3.3 per cent on Thursday, amid a slight fall for the FTSE 100, while Nestlé was up about 1 per cent at midday.

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    Nestle Discipline Cements Its Lead Over Unilever

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    Nestlé confirms annual targets after sales growth accelerates

    The maker of KitKat chocolate bars and Perrier waters reported revenue of SFr22.2bn ($21.9bn) in the first quarter, while organic sales growth stood at 3.4 percent. Both measures were ahead of analysts’ expectations for sales of SFr22.1bn and organic growth of 2.8 per cent, according to Bloomberg. The performance is the latest sign that chief executive Mark Schneider, who joined Nestlé almost three years ago as its first outside chief executive since 1922, is making progress on his turnround effort.

  • Financial Times7 days ago

    Unilever/Nestlé: Halo effect

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  • Bloomberg10 days ago

    Water Giants Race to Curb Plastic Waste

    Danone’s Evian plans to start selling an in-home water appliance featuring a balloon-like container that cuts down on plastic use, while Nestle SA is working on an out-of-home dispensing system based on refillable bottles. Now, as consumer groups and politicians step up pressure, the biggest players in the business are looking at more radical measures.

  • A Breast Milk Ingredient Is the Hot New Health Supplement for Adults
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    Global chemical giants DowDuPont Inc. and BASF SE are investing millions to ramp up production of an indigestible sugar found naturally in breast milk. Infant formula makers like Nestle SA can’t get enough of the synthetic ingredient. DuPont estimates the annual market could reach $1 billion.

  • Reuters14 days ago

    Greenpeace calls for Nestle to act over single-use plastics

    Environmental group Greenpeace on Thursday accused Nestle of not doing enough to reduce single-use plastics polluting landfills and oceans. Jennifer Morgan, executive director at Greenpeace International, said the world's biggest food group should set a target for reducing single-use packaging and invest in alternatives focusing on refill and reuse. "Nestle is a major contributor to the plastic crisis and environmental problem that we have right now," Morgan told Reuters on the sidelines of the company's annual general meeting in Lausanne, where Greenpeace activists intervened shaking banners.

  • Bloomberg16 days ago

    Nestle to Gauge Interest From Smithfield, Cargill for Herta

    The Swiss company plans to send marketing material this month to potential investors including Tyson Foods Inc., China’s Cofco Corp. and Sigma Alimentos SA de CV of Mexico, said the people. Representatives for Nestle, Cargill and Tyson declined to comment.

  • Reuters17 days ago

    Nestle buys minority stake in EQT's vet services group IVC

    Nestle (NESN.S) will buy a minority stake in Independent Vetcare Group International from EQT as part of an information-sharing tie-up between Nestle Purina PetCare and Europe's largest veterinary services firm, Nestle and EQT said on Monday.

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  • Reuters20 days ago

    Third Point up 9 pct in first quarter, fueled largely by Nestle gains

    Third Point LP returned 9 percent in the first quarter of 2019 fueled largely by gains at Nestle, which was publicly critiqued by the hedge fund in 2018 for its "muddled strategic approach," an investor said. The Swiss-based food giant, maker of KitKat bars and Perrier water, contributed 1.5 percent in gains to $14 billion Third Point's portfolio during the first three months of the year, the investor said. Third Point, which includes activism in its lineup of investment strategies, took a roughly $3 billion stake in Nestle in 2017 with an eye to pushing the company to perform better.

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  • Nestle Joins Race to Get Meatless Burgers in Stores
    Bloomberg22 days ago

    Nestle Joins Race to Get Meatless Burgers in Stores

    Nestle’s meatless Incredible Burger will go on sale in supermarkets in Europe under the Garden Gourmet brand this month, starting out in countries including Germany, the Netherlands and Sweden. Near the end of the year, a version designed for American palates called the Awesome Burger will be available where Sweet Earth brand products are sold, the world’s largest food company said in a statement Tuesday. Nestle’s announcement comes the day after Restaurant Brands International Inc.’s Burger King said it will start a test run of meatless burgers using patties from Impossible Foods Inc. in the St. Louis area.

  • Nestle goes vegan with meat-free burger range
    Reuters23 days ago

    Nestle goes vegan with meat-free burger range

    Nestle is looking to take a bite of the fast-growing vegan foods market with a range of plant-based burgers, saying its recipes could compete for taste with traditional beef patties. Demand for meat-free foods is rising fast. Last year total U.S. retail sales of plant-based meat substitutes grew more than 23 percent to exceed $760 million, according to Nielsen sales data analysed by The Good Food Institute, a non-profit organisation promoting plant-based alternatives.

  • Bloomberg23 days ago

    Nestle Deal Seeks to Tap Pomegranate's Anti-Aging Potential

    The world’s largest food company will get global rights to develop products such as supplements and beverages that use technology from Lausanne-based Amazentis SA, the companies said in a statement Tuesday. Amazentis said its urolithin A technology mimics the effect of certain foods such as pomegranates which are believed to clean up damage in cellular powerhouses called mitochrondia. The company was founded in 2007 by Patrick Aebischer and Chris Rinsch.

  • Nestle to face lawsuit saying Poland Spring water not from a spring: U.S. judge
    Reuters27 days ago

    Nestle to face lawsuit saying Poland Spring water not from a spring: U.S. judge

    "We remain highly confident in our legal position and will continue to defend our Poland Spring brand vigorously against this meritless lawsuit," a Nestle Waters spokeswoman said in a statement on Thursday. The actual Poland Spring in Maine, which the defendant's labels said is a source of Poland Spring water, "commercially ran dry" nearly 50 years ago, the complaint said.

  • Reuters27 days ago

    Nestle to face lawsuit saying Poland Spring water not from a spring - U.S. judge

    "We remain highly confident in our legal position and will continue to defend our Poland Spring brand vigorously against this meritless lawsuit," a Nestle Waters spokeswoman said in a statement on Thursday. The actual Poland Spring in Maine, which the defendant's labels said is a source of Poland Spring water, "commercially ran dry" nearly 50 years ago, the complaint said.

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    BRIEF-Nestle (Malaysia) Says Unit Served With Summons Over QR Code On Its Products/Packaging

    March 14 (Reuters) - Nestle (Malaysia) Bhd: * NESTLÉ PRODUCTS SDN SERVED WITH SEALED WRIT OF SUMMONS BY MAD LABS SDN OVER USE OF PLAINTIFF’S QR CODE ON CO'S PRODUCTS/PACKAGING * IN RELATION TO CLAIMS, ...