UN - Unilever N.V.

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
55.65
-0.04 (-0.08%)
As of 1:00PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close55.69
Open55.68
Bid55.65 x 800
Ask55.66 x 1400
Day's Range55.64 - 55.86
52 Week Range51.56 - 61.62
Volume349,763
Avg. Volume1,029,515
Market Cap149.44B
Beta0.72
PE Ratio (TTM)22.02
EPS (TTM)2.53
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield1.81 (3.23%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-08-02
1y Target Est60.00
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  • Reuters2 hours ago

    Unilever defends plan to go Dutch in charm offensive before vote

    Unilever executives remain confident that shareholders will back a move to base a new single headquarters in the Netherlands as they launched a charm offensive on Tuesday to win over opponents. The plan by the Anglo-Dutch company to reform a dual-headed structure has become a hot topic in Britain where it has become entangled in the debate over Brexit and its impact on business. Two main practical concerns are around the forced selling of Unilever shares by some British investors because Unilever will drop out of the benchmark FTSE 100 index, and the future tax treatment of Dutch dividends.

  • Reuters2 hours ago

    Unilever defends plan to go Dutch in charm offensive before vote

    Unilever executives remain confident that shareholders will back a move to base a new single headquarters in the Netherlands as they launched a charm offensive on Tuesday to win over opponents. The plan by the Anglo-Dutch company to reform a dual-headed structure has become a hot topic in Britain where it has become entangled in the debate over Brexit and its impact on business. Two main practical concerns are around the forced selling of Unilever shares by some British investors because Unilever will drop out of the benchmark FTSE 100 index, and the future tax treatment of Dutch dividends.

  • Business Wire3 hours ago

    Working Mother Names #1 Best Company for Moms: Unilever

    Working Mother revealed its annual list of the 2018 “100 Best Companies” today. For the first time, the number one company was named with Unilever USA snagging the top spot. The Working Mother 100 Best Companies list celebrates companies that lead in the areas of female career advancement, paid parental leave, childcare assistance, benefits and flextime.

  • Reuters4 hours ago

    Unilever chairman - no better option than move to Rotterdam

    LONDON (Reuters) - Unilever's (ULVR.L) (UNc.AS) chairman Marijn Dekkers on Tuesday defended the Anglo-Dutch's company's plans to consolidate a single headquarters in Rotterdam as the best choice for its ...

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  • Bloomberg10 hours ago

    Unilever Seeks to Appease Investors Protesting Move Out of U.K.

    Unilever is campaigning to convince a growing number of dissenting U.K. shareholders that the company’s plan to consolidate its headquarters in the Netherlands has merit. The Anglo-Dutch consumer giant’s move to Rotterdam will have “great benefits” for U.K. investors, Chief Financial Officer Graeme Pitkethly said in a Tuesday interview with the BBC Radio 4 station, noting that they would still be able to purchase London-listed stock and have dividends paid out in pounds. Shareholders including M&G Investments, Aviva Plc and Lindsell Train have said they intend to vote against the proposal at a meeting Oct. 26 in London.

  • Unilever Seeks to Appease Investors Protesting Dutch Move
    Bloomberg10 hours ago

    Unilever Seeks to Appease Investors Protesting Dutch Move

    Unilever is campaigning to convince a growing number of dissenting U.K. shareholders that the company’s plan to consolidate its headquarters in the Netherlands has merit. The Anglo-Dutch consumer giant’s move to Rotterdam will have “great benefits” for U.K. investors, Chief Financial Officer Graeme Pitkethly said in a Tuesday interview with the BBC Radio 4 station, noting that they would still be able to purchase London-listed stock and have dividends paid out in pounds. “We’re not leaving the U.K.,” Pitkethly said on a later call with reporters.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Dutch PM stands by plan to axe tax to woo big business

    Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte will push ahead with plans to scrap the country's dividend tax, he said on Friday, warning that failure to do so could prompt Unilever (UNc.AS)(ULVR.L) and Shell (RDSa.AS) to move their headquarters elsewhere. Rutte has come under enormous pressure to keep the 15 percent withholding tax. Opponents argue that scrapping it amounts to a 2 billion euro tax break for foreign investors, mainly designed to please Shell and Unilever.

  • Financial Times5 days ago

    [$$] Why your vote matters at the Unilever shareholder meeting

    You are a small shareholder in Unilever . You do not much care for the corporate flit to The Netherlands, but think that voting your 100 shares against the move is pointless given that there are 1,190,520,545 ...

  • Financial Times5 days ago

    [$$] Sense and flexibility could keep Unilever in the FTSE 100

    is brewing over Unilever’s Dutch move. Last week the consumer goods company confirmed it will proceed with changes to its corporate structure and move from a dual-governance arrangement in the UK and Netherlands to a single headquarters in Rotterdam. Once united, it will have greater flexibility to use its equity for mergers and acquisitions.

  • Exclusive: Nestle, Unilever, Coke make bids in $4 billion-plus GSK India sale - sources
    Reuters7 days ago

    Exclusive: Nestle, Unilever, Coke make bids in $4 billion-plus GSK India sale - sources

    Nestle (NESN.S), Unilever (ULVR.L) (UNc.AS) and Coca-Cola (KO.N) are among bidders for GlaxoSmithKline's (GSK.L) Indian Horlicks nutrition business, expected to fetch more than $4 billion, four people familiar with the matter said.

  • Exclusive - Nestle, Unilever, Coke make bids in $4 billion-plus GSK India sale: sources
    Reuters7 days ago

    Exclusive - Nestle, Unilever, Coke make bids in $4 billion-plus GSK India sale: sources

    Nestle (NESN.S), Unilever (ULVR.L) (UNc.AS) and Coca-Cola (KO.N) are among bidders for GlaxoSmithKline's (GSK.L) Indian Horlicks nutrition business, expected to fetch more than $4 billion (3.03 billion pounds), four people familiar with the matter said. It was not clear which other companies were bidding, although Reckitt Benckiser (RB.L), a company eager to build up its consumer health operation, did not make an offer, two sources said. GSK, Nestle, Reckitt and Unilever declined to comment.

  • Reuters8 days ago

    Top 10 Unilever shareholder may vote against plan to go Dutch

    Unilever shareholder Lindsell Train is likely to use at least some of its shares to vote against the company's planned move to the Netherlands, which will cost the consumer goods giant its spot in the benchmark FTSE 100 index. The British asset manager - the third-largest owner of Unilever Plc shares, according to Thomson Reuters data - joins a growing chorus of concern against the move, aimed at simplifying Unilever's dual-headed Anglo-Dutch structure. "We admire Unilever as a company and have a high regard for its current executive team and board, but on this issue we will vote in the interests of our various clients as we judge appropriate," Nick Train, co-founder of the British asset management firm, said in an emailed statement.

  • Financial Times8 days ago

    [$$] Unilever and a growing UK shareholder revolt

    One factor has been confirmation that, post-restructuring, Unilever shares will no longer qualify for the FTSE 100 index. A view is taking hold among some British investors that the deal is, in effect, a no-premium takeover by Unilever’s Dutch arm of the UK business.

  • Better Buy: Procter & Gamble vs. Unilever
    Motley Fool11 days ago

    Better Buy: Procter & Gamble vs. Unilever

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  • InvestorPlace12 days ago

    Structural Changes Won’t Change the Narrative for Unilever Stock

    Unilever (NYSE:UL, NYSE:UN) appears poised for a new future under a simplified business framework. Although this will leave one Unilever stock instead of two, I see no other differences easily visible to shareholders. Whether dealing with one Unilever stock or two, investors still need to evaluate this equity based on financial metrics and business conditions.

  • The Wall Street Journal13 days ago

    [$$] FTSE 100 Sets Unilever’s Departure Date

    LONDON—Unilever PLC will be booted from the U.K.’s blue-chip FTSE 100 index before the end of the year if the company wins a shareholder vote to consolidate its dual structure and establish a single headquarters in the Dutch city of Rotterdam. The maker of Dove soap and Ben & Jerry’s ice cream had asked FTSE Russell, the compiler of the index, to allow it to remain a component of the index. FTSE Russell, in a written statement Tuesday, said Unilever would indeed fall out of the index on Dec. 24.

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    Zacks13 days ago

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  • Reuters13 days ago

    FTSE confirms new Unilever not eligible for UK blue chip index

    Consumer goods giant Unilever will not be included in Britain's blue-chip FTSE 100 index once it ends its dual-headed structure, index compiler FTSE Russell said. The exclusion risks angering some UK shareholders whose approval is needed to complete the restructuring, which is aimed at making Unilever more agile, particularly when it comes to mergers and acquisitions. The confirmation came in a notice posted on the exchange's website https://bit.ly/2O9xGcr and confirms previous guidance from Unilever that it was "very unlikely" to be eligible after becoming a single corporate entity incorporated and headquartered in the Netherlands.

  • Reuters13 days ago

    FTSE confirms new Unilever not eligible for UK blue chip index

    Consumer goods giant Unilever (ULVR.L) (UNc.AS) will not be included in Britain's blue-chip FTSE 100 index once it ends its dual-headed structure, index compiler FTSE Russell said. The exclusion risks angering some UK shareholders whose approval is needed to complete the restructuring, which is aimed at making Unilever more agile, particularly when it comes to mergers and acquisitions. The confirmation came in a notice posted on the exchange's website https://bit.ly/2O9xGcr and confirms previous guidance from Unilever that it was "very unlikely" to be eligible after becoming a single corporate entity incorporated and headquartered in the Netherlands.

  • Unilever's Dutch entity to replace parent company on FTSE Russell
    Reuters14 days ago

    Unilever's Dutch entity to replace parent company on FTSE Russell

    New Unilever NV will be incorporated in the Netherlands and listed on Euronext Amsterdam, FTSE Russell said in a statement. The new company will be assigned a nationality of Netherlands for FTSE index inclusion, and will not be eligible for the FTSE 100, the exchange's statement said.

  • Unilever's Dutch entity to replace parent company on FTSE Russell
    Reuters14 days ago

    Unilever's Dutch entity to replace parent company on FTSE Russell

    New Unilever NV will be incorporated in the Netherlands and listed on Euronext Amsterdam, FTSE Russell said in a statement. The new company will be assigned a nationality of Netherlands for FTSE index inclusion, and will not be eligible for the FTSE 100, the exchange's statement said.

  • Unilever details plans for December listing of new Dutch entity
    Reuters14 days ago

    Unilever details plans for December listing of new Dutch entity

    Consumer goods giant Unilever laid out details on Tuesday for the planned December listing of its new Dutch entity, which has sparked criticism from some UK shareholders and become swept up in the debate over Brexit. The decision, which is pending shareholder approval, also faces pushback from some UK investors. It will likely see Unilever drop out of Britain's blue chip FTSE 100 index, which could cause forced selling by UK funds mandated to track the index.

  • Unilever details plans for December listing of new Dutch entity
    Reuters14 days ago

    Unilever details plans for December listing of new Dutch entity

    Consumer goods giant Unilever (ULVR.L) (UNc.AS) laid out details on Tuesday for the planned December listing of its new Dutch entity, which has sparked criticism from some UK shareholders and become swept up in the debate over Brexit. The decision, which is pending shareholder approval, also faces pushback from some UK investors. It will likely see Unilever drop out of Britain's blue chip FTSE 100 index (.FTSE), which could cause forced selling by UK funds mandated to track the index.

  • Unilever has plan B if Dutch retain dividend tax
    Reuters14 days ago

    Unilever has plan B if Dutch retain dividend tax

    AMSTERDAM/LONDON (Reuters) - Unilever (ULVR.L) has a plan to avoid unequal taxation for shareholders in countries such as Britain if the Dutch government fails to scrap its 15 percent withholding tax on dividends as planned or delays doing so. Unilever's backup plan was disclosed Tuesday as part of the Anglo-Dutch company's move to end its dual structure and consolidate a single headquarters in Rotterdam. British shareholders, a significant portion of the Anglo-Dutch company's base, will be uniquely exposed to the Dutch tax if it is still in effect when Rotterdam becomes Unilever's headquarters in December.