NSRGY - Nestlé S.A.

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Avg. Volume421,760
Market Cap249.675B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.53
PE Ratio (TTM)30.99
EPS (TTM)2.67
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield2.42 (3.04%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-04-16
1y Target Est101.48
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  • Can Nestle Break Out of Its Malaise?
    Motley Fool3 days ago

    Can Nestle Break Out of Its Malaise?

    The food company's stock hasn't gone anywhere for years. Will its new initiatives finally produce results that reward its investors?

  • The Wall Street Journal4 days ago

    Inflation Is Back—and Unilever, Nestlé Are Taking Advantage

    Two of the world’s largest consumer-goods companies, Unilever PLC and Nestlé SA, reported stronger sales as a wave of inflation in many markets emboldened them to raise prices. Unilever, the maker of Hellmann’s mayonnaise and Dove soap, on Thursday said third-quarter sales climbed 3.8% on an underlying basis, with prices up 1.4%. Nestlé, which makes Kit Kat chocolate and Nescafe coffee, reported organic sales up 2.9% for the quarter, saying prices grew by 0.9%.

  • Price increases underpin sales growth at Nestle, Unilever
    Reuters4 days ago

    Price increases underpin sales growth at Nestle, Unilever

    Nestle (NESN.S) and Unilever (ULVR.L) (UNc.AS), two of the world's biggest consumer goods makers, both reported a pick-up in quarterly sales on Thursday after getting higher prices for their products. This is a change from earlier this year, when pricing was steady and the likes of Unilever and Nestle had to rely almost entirely on selling more goods to drive revenue growth. Unilever -- the Anglo-Dutch maker of Dove soap which dropped plans to move to the Netherlands this month after British investors rebelled - said it expects more price rises to come through in the fourth quarter, which could weigh on demand.

  • Price increases underpin sales growth at Nestle, Unilever
    Reuters4 days ago

    Price increases underpin sales growth at Nestle, Unilever

    Nestle (NESN.S) and Unilever (ULVR.L) (UNc.AS), two of the world's biggest consumer goods makers, both reported a pick-up in quarterly sales on Thursday after getting higher prices for their products. This is a change from earlier this year, when pricing was steady and the likes of Unilever and Nestle had to rely almost entirely on selling more goods to drive revenue growth. Unilever -- the Anglo-Dutch maker of Dove soap which dropped plans to move to the Netherlands this month after British investors rebelled - said it expects more price rises to come through in the fourth quarter, which could weigh on demand.

  • The Wall Street Journal3 days ago

    [$$] Inflation Is Back—and Unilever, Nestlé Are Taking Advantage

    Two of the world’s largest consumer-goods companies, Unilever PLC and Nestlé SA, reported stronger sales as a wave of inflation in many markets emboldened them to raise prices. Unilever, the maker of Hellmann’s mayonnaise and Dove soap, on Thursday said third-quarter sales climbed 3.8% on an underlying basis, with prices up 1.4%. Nestlé, which makes Kit Kat chocolate and Nescafe coffee, reported organic sales up 2.9% for the quarter, saying prices grew by 0.9%.

  • For Nestle and Unilever, No News Is Good News
    Bloomberg4 days ago

    For Nestle and Unilever, No News Is Good News

    Unilever and Nestle, two of Europe's biggest consumer giants, managed to report sales growth that broadly matched analyst estimates on Thursday. The pair is struggling with lackluster sales growth as consumers turn to smaller, often more millennial-friendly products, and growth in emerging markets slows. Of the two, Marmite-maker Unilever is under the greater pressure to produce better operating results after promising to revive its performance after spurning a generous takeover approach.

  • Departure of Asia chief Martello overshadows Nestle's sales rise
    Reuters4 days ago

    Departure of Asia chief Martello overshadows Nestle's sales rise

    Nestle's (NESN.S) highly regarded Asia chief Wan Ling Martello is leaving the world's largest packaged food company, taking the shine off the faster sales growth over the last three months. The maker of KitKat chocolate and Nescafe instant coffee said it was seeing improved momentum in North America and infant nutrition as it reported sales growth of 2.9 percent in the third quarter, up from 2.6 percent rate in the second quarter and in line with Reuters forecasts. Nestle's figures were overshadowed by the departure of Martello, its former chief financial officer, who has led a revival in the company's fastest-growing region Asia, Oceania Africa (AOA) since 2015.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Departure of Asia chief Martello overshadows Nestle's sales rise

    Nestle's highly regarded Asia chief Wan Ling Martello is leaving the world's largest packaged food company, taking the shine off the faster sales growth over the last three months. The maker of KitKat chocolate and Nescafe instant coffee said it was seeing improved momentum in North America and infant nutrition as it reported sales growth of 2.9 percent in the third quarter, up from 2.6 percent rate in the second quarter and in line with Reuters forecasts. Nestle's figures were overshadowed by the departure of Martello, its former chief financial officer, who has led a revival in the company's fastest-growing region Asia, Oceania Africa (AOA) since 2015.

  • The Wall Street Journal4 days ago

    [$$] Nestle's Modest Sales Growth Highlights Its Struggles

    SA’s (NESN.EB) sales for the first nine months of 2018 grew only modestly, highlighting the struggles the packaged food giant still faces as it tries to steer its massive portfolio toward faster-growing businesses like coffee. Swiss-based Nestle said Thursday that sales in the nine months ended Sept. 30 were 66.4 billion Swiss francs ($66.9 billion) compared with CHF65.1 billion for the period last year, broadly in line with analyst expectations. Revenues were held back in part by the strength of the Swiss franc against emerging-market currencies, which weakened foreign sales when they were translated into the Swiss currency.

  • Reuters13 days ago

    Coke, Pepsi, Nestle top makers of plastic waste: Greenpeace

    Drink companies Coca-Cola, PepsiCo and Nestle were found to be the world's biggest producers of plastic trash, a report by environmental group Greenpeace said on Tuesday. Working with the Break Free From Plastic movement, Greenpeace said it orchestrated 239 plastic clean-ups in 42 countries around the world, which resulted in the audit of 187,000 pieces of plastic trash. Coca-Cola, the world's largest soft drink maker, was the top waste producer, Greenpeace said, with Coke-branded plastic trash found in 40 of the 42 countries.

  • Lactalis buys Nestle Malaysia's chilled dairy business in $40 million deal
    Reuters13 days ago

    Lactalis buys Nestle Malaysia's chilled dairy business in $40 million deal

    Lactalis, the world's largest dairy firm, said it had agreed to buy the chilled dairy business of Nestle (NESN.S) in Malaysia in a deal worth around $40 million (30.6 million pounds). Nestle Malaysia (NESM.KL) said earlier that it expected the sale to Lactalis for 155.3 million Ringgit (28.3 million pounds)to result in a one-time gain of about 27 million Ringgit over 2018 and 2019. Nestle's chilled dairy business in Malaysia generates revenues of 21 million euros (18.4 million pounds), said Lactalis, which is a privately-held French company.

  • Reuters13 days ago

    BRIEF-Nestle (Malaysia) Says Units To Dispose Chilled Dairy Business & Segment Of Manufacturing Business

    Oct 9 (Reuters) - Nestle (Malaysia) Bhd: * UNITS NESTLÉ PRODUCTS SDN & NESTLÉ MANUFACTURING SDN TO SELL & TRANSFER CHILLED DAIRY BUSINESS & SEGMENT OF MANUFACTURING BUSINESS * TO SELL AND TRANSFER BUSINESSES ...

  • Illy Seeks Independence by Partnering With JAB on Capsules
    Bloomberg14 days ago

    Illy Seeks Independence by Partnering With JAB on Capsules

    Illy, one of the most prized brands in coffee, said it’s refusing to sell out, even as the coffee business consolidates around Nestle SA, Starbucks Corp. and JAB Holding Co., the investment vehicle for Austria’s Reimann family and others. Instead, it’s granting a worldwide manufacturing and distribution license to closely held Jacobs Douwe Egberts, which is controlled by JAB and counts Mondelez as a minority shareholder.

  • Bloomberg16 days ago

    JAB Unit Is Striking Coffee Partnership With Italy's Illy

    The tie-up could see Jacobs Douwe Egberts, a coffee roaster controlled by JAB, produce the aluminum capsules compatible with Nespresso machines for the Italian brand, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the information is private. The partnership is part of a broader cooperation between the companies that could be announced as soon as Monday, they said. The partnership would intensify a struggle with Nestle SA, the world’s largest coffee company, and Starbucks Corp. for dominance of the global market.

  • Nespresso's Larger Coffee Pods Won't Work With Your Machine
    Bloomberg17 days ago

    Nespresso's Larger Coffee Pods Won't Work With Your Machine

    The Swiss food giant is pushing a machine into Europe that uses the same principle as the original espresso maker touted by George Clooney, but with some notable differences: the pods are bigger to brew a larger cup, meaning they’re incompatible with existing Nespresso machines. Nestle has to make some bold steps if it wants to preserve its lead in the tumultuous coffee market, which is undergoing a dramatic transformation as new players like Coca-Cola Co. muscle in and JAB Holding Co.’s years-long takeover spree of java brands continues unabated. Nestle originally created the system, called Vertuoline, for the U.S. market a few years ago because consumers there prefer bigger servings to the diminutive espresso.

  • The Wall Street Journal23 days ago

    [$$] Goodbye Baby Ruth, Hello Starbucks: Nestlé CEO’s Vision Takes Shape

    Nestlé SA’s Mark Schneider describes his corporate strategy as a movie, unfolding over time. Last week, Nestlé sold its Gerber life-insurance business and launched a review of its skin-health unit. Mr. Schneider’s efforts to boost returns from Nestlé’s portfolio—which includes brands like Nescafe coffee, Poland Spring water and DiGiorno pizza—come at a tricky time for the industry, which has struggled with changing consumer tastes and low inflation.

  • GuruFocus.com25 days ago

    Dan Loeb's Activist Investments Not Yet Seeing Strong Gains

    Three companies the Third Point investor has his sights set on this year are: Nestle, United Technologies (UTX) and Campbell Soup Company (CPB). At the time of investment, Loeb called on the company to take four actions: target a specific margin goal, return more money to shareholders through increased leverage, "reshape the portfolio" and sell its stake in L'Oreal.

  • Nestle CEO expects to hike prices in coming years
    Reuters26 days ago

    Nestle CEO expects to hike prices in coming years

    Nestle (NESN.S) hopes to be able to pass on rising costs resulting from higher inflation in Western countries in coming years. "It's a matter of time, suppliers and producers will have to pass on rising input costs sooner or later," Chief Executive Mark Schneider said at an event in Zurich on Wednesday, pointing to a rise in input costs of wages, raw materials and energy.

  • Reuterslast month

    Henkel says looking at M&A, no comment on Nestle-Boersen-Zeitung

    German consumer goods group Henkel is scanning the market for takeovers, its chief financial officer told a paper, declining to say whether it was looking at Nestle's skin health unit that was put up for sale earlier this week. "We continue to see acquisition potential," Carsten Knobel told Boersen-Zeitung in an interview published on Saturday. "I do not want to comment on that," Knobel said when asked whether Henkel was looking at the division.

  • The Wall Street Journallast month

    [$$] Nestlé Sharpens Focus on Food and Beverages With Review of Skin-Health Unit

    Nestlé SA is exploring strategic options for its skin-health unit, a business analysts say could fetch $4.1 billion, its latest move to narrow its focus to food and beverages as it faces pressure from an activist investor. Nestlé recently sold its U.S. confectionery and Gerber life-insurance businesses after similar reviews. Nestlé didn’t disclose an estimated value for the skin-health division, which includes face-care products Cetaphil and Proactiv, but it could fetch about 4 billion francs, according to Jefferies analyst Martin Deboo.

  • Reuterslast month

    Nestle aims to shed skin unit to focus on food, nutrition

    LONDON/ZURICH (Reuters) - Nestle put its skin health unit up for sale on Thursday, as the maker of Nescafe and Perrier water ditches underperforming businesses and fends off criticism from an activist investor demanding an overhaul. Nestle said it was exploring strategic options for the unit, saying "the future growth opportunities of Nestle Skin Health lie increasingly outside the group's strategic scope" and did not fit in with a sharper focus on food, drinks and nutritional health. The skin health unit makes Cetaphil and Proactiv skin care brands, Restylane wrinkle fillers and prescription dermatology treatments.

  • Nestle aims to shed skin unit to focus on food, nutrition
    Reuterslast month

    Nestle aims to shed skin unit to focus on food, nutrition

    LONDON/ZURICH (Reuters) - Nestle (NESN.S) put its skin health unit up for sale on Thursday, as the maker of Nescafe and Perrier water ditches underperforming businesses and fends off criticism from an activist investor demanding an overhaul. Nestle said it was exploring strategic options for the unit, saying "the future growth opportunities of Nestle Skin Health lie increasingly outside the group's strategic scope" and did not fit in with a sharper focus on food, drinks and nutritional health. The skin health unit makes Cetaphil and Proactiv skin care brands, Restylane wrinkle fillers and prescription dermatology treatments.

  • Nestle's Deal Junkie CEO Is a Seller at Last
    Bloomberglast month

    Nestle's Deal Junkie CEO Is a Seller at Last

    Nestle SA’s Chief Executive Officer/deal junkie Mark Schneider has wasted no time in snapping up assets, from a Canadian vitamin maker to Starbucks coffee capsules. On Tuesday, he sold the small Gerber Life insurance unit, for the better-than-expected price of $1.55 billion. The unit generated sales of $2.8 billion last year, and could be worth between $6 billion and $8 billion, according to Jean-Philippe Bertschy, analyst at Vontobel.

  • Reuterslast month

    Nestle aims to shed skin unit to focus on food, nutrition

    Nestle said it was exploring strategic options for the unit, saying "the future growth opportunities of Nestle Skin Health lie increasingly outside the group's strategic scope" and did not fit in with a sharper focus on food, drinks and nutritional health. The skin health unit makes Cetaphil and Proactiv skin care brands, Restylane wrinkle fillers and prescription dermatology treatments. Nestle Skin Health was formed in 2014 when Nestle bought L'Oreal's (OREP.PA) stake in their Galderma dermatology venture.