UN - Unilever N.V.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
54.61
+1.91 (+3.62%)
At close: 4:02PM EDT
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Previous Close52.70
Open54.70
Bid50.55 x 800
Ask54.84 x 1800
Day's Range54.32 - 54.92
52 Week Range51.56 - 58.76
Volume3,182,891
Avg. Volume1,177,703
Market Cap146.661B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.76
PE Ratio (TTM)21.61
EPS (TTM)2.53
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield1.81 (3.37%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-08-02
1y Target Est60.00
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  • Unilever decides it’s staying put in London
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  • The Wall Street Journal2 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
    Reuters2 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.

  • Reuters2 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.

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  • The Wall Street Journal2 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%.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Unilever third-quarter sales growth picks up with prices

    Unilever, which dropped plans to move to the Netherlands this month after British investors rebelled, reported a pick-up in third-quarter sales on Thursday, as it was able to pass on higher commodity costs to consumers. The Anglo-Dutch maker of Dove soap and Ben & Jerry's ice cream did not give an update on its thinking about simplifying its dual-headed structure beyond saying it would take time to fully digest shareholder feedback after the backlash against the Netherlands move. Unilever said underlying sales rose 3.8 percent in the third quarter.

  • Simply Wall St.3 days ago

    Can Unilever NV’s (AMS:UNA) ROE Continue To Surpass The Industry Average?

    While some investors are already well versed in financial metrics (hat tip), this article is for those who would like to learn about Return On Equity (ROE) and why it Read More...

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    Harry's launches 'Flamingo' brand for women's grooming needs

    Harry’s trimmed quite a bit of market share away from companies like Gillette and Schick, but its products were geared only to men — until now. According to The Associated Press, the New York-based company has launched Flamingo, a direct-to-consumer hair removal and body-care brand for women. Flamingo offers a five-blade razor, waxing kits, shaving gel and body lotion for women.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Unilever to engage more with shareholders

    Unilever will engage more with its shareholders and has learned lessons from investors' opposition to the consumer goods group's pay policy, a company executive said on Tuesday in response to questions from a British parliamentary committee. Unilever, Britain's third largest company by value, has faced two investor revolts this year, calling into question how closely the maker of Marmite and Dove soap listens to the concerns of its shareholders. The compensation plan was opposed by more than a third of Unilever's UK shareholders in May, though it passed by a majority.

  • Unilever exec defends executive pay policy
    Reuters4 days ago

    Unilever exec defends executive pay policy

    A Unilever executive defended the company's executive pay policy on Tuesday, but said the consumer goods company had learned lessons from the substantial minority opposition the policy attracted earlier this year. Peter Newhouse, executive vice president for reward at Unilever, told the British parliament's Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Committee that the company was engaging with shareholders now and planning meetings for the second half of October. Newhouse appeared as a witness as part of the committee's inquiry on executive pay and measures being taken to tackle excessive boardroom pay awards.

  • Moody's9 days ago

    Unilever International Holdings N.V -- Moody's withdraws Unilever International Holdings N.V.'s long term issuer rating

    Moody's Investors Service ("Moody's") has withdrawn the A1 long term issuer rating for Unilever International Holdings N.V. ("New NV") due to the cancellation of the planned group reorganization announced earlier this year. The rating action has no impact on the A1 long term issuer ratings of Unilever PLC ("PLC") and Unilever N.V. ("NV" and together with PLC, "Unilever Group"), the A1 senior unsecured ratings of their subsidiaries, Bestfoods, Unilever Capital Corporation ("UCC") and Alberto-Culver Company, the (P)A1 and (P)A2 (for subordinated debt) ratings of the shelf programmes issued by Unilever Group and UCC and the short-term Prime-1 (P-1) ratings for Commercial Paper issued by NV, PLC and Unilever Capital Corporation.

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  • Reuters11 days ago

    Proxy firm Glass Lewis had endorsed Unilever's Dutch move

    Proxy advisory firm Glass Lewis had recommended shareholders vote for Unilever's (ULVR.L) (UNc.AS) proposed move to the Netherlands before the plan was scrapped last week. Unilever pulled the plug on the proposal last Friday after opposition from a vocal group of UK shareholders. In endorsing Unilever's move, Glass Lewis had taken a different path from rival firm PIRC, a smaller adviser with a greater focus on the United Kingdom.

  • Proxy firm Glass Lewis had endorsed Unilever's Dutch move
    Reuters11 days ago

    Proxy firm Glass Lewis had endorsed Unilever's Dutch move

    Proxy advisory firm Glass Lewis had recommended shareholders vote for Unilever's (ULVR.L) (UNc.AS) proposed move to the Netherlands before the plan was scrapped last week. Unilever pulled the plug on the proposal last Friday after opposition from a vocal group of UK shareholders. In endorsing Unilever's move, Glass Lewis had taken a different path from rival firm PIRC, a smaller adviser with a greater focus on the United Kingdom.

  • Reuters14 days ago

    In haste to go Dutch, Unilever misjudged concerns in Brexit-bound UK

    Unilever's reputation for valuing all stakeholders rather than just shareholders boosted its corporate governance credentials, but landed the consumer goods firm in trouble when it tried to move its headquarters from London. A growing list of British institutional refuseniks and the prospect of a retail investor rebellion in the context of Britain's planned exit from the European Union prompted the company to reverse course and ditch the plan on Friday, three weeks before it was to be voted on. Interviews with UK shareholders, advisors and analysts paint a picture of Unilever (ULVR.L) (UNc.AS) as either miscalculating the level of dissent to becoming a single corporate entity headquartered in the Netherlands, or dismissing it in the interests of a broader vision they were convinced was right.

  • The Wall Street Journal15 days ago

    [$$] Unilever Drops Plan to Leave London Amid Shareholder Revolt

    Unilever PLC on Friday abandoned its plan to ditch its London headquarters in favor of the Netherlands after facing mounting opposition from some of its largest investors. The move would have cost Unilever its place in the U.K.’s FTSE 100 index, forcing some investors to sell. The reversal represents a surprise capitulation for departing Chief Executive Paul Polman, who made the consolidation effort his swan song.

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  • Unilever drops Dutch headquarters move after British investors rebel
    Reuters15 days ago

    Unilever drops Dutch headquarters move after British investors rebel

    Unilever (ULVR.L) (UNc.AS) executives scrapped plans to move the company headquarters to the Netherlands on Friday in the face of a shareholder revolt, keeping one of Britain's most valuable businesses in London ahead of Brexit. The climbdown came just three weeks before planned votes on the proposal and is a victory for shareholders who opposed a change which would have removed the maker of Marmite, Dove soap and Ben & Jerry's ice cream from the benchmark FTSE 100 index (.FTSE). Unilever's board, led by Chairman Marijn Dekkers and fellow Dutchman Paul Polman, the chief executive, agreed to scrap the plan during a call early on Friday after it became clear that it could fall short of the approval needed, a source familiar with the matter said.

  • Reuters15 days ago

    Abandoned by Unilever, Dutch prime minister forced to reconsider tax plan

    Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said his government would reconsider plans to scrap its dividend tax in a major political climbdown only hours after Unilever (ULVR.L) dropped plans to move its headquarters to the Netherlands. Rutte, who had argued that getting rid of the 15 percent withholding tax on dividends was vital for the country's business climate, said his government must reconsider its entire package of tax reforms. "We didn't decide to scrap the dividend tax for just one company, but the fact that such a large company that had decided to come to the Netherlands has withdrawn its plan is very relevant," he told reporters in The Hague.

  • Reuters15 days ago

    Abandoned by Unilever, Dutch prime minister forced to reconsider tax plan

    Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said his government would reconsider plans to scrap its dividend tax in a major political climbdown only hours after Unilever (ULVR.L) dropped plans to move its headquarters to the Netherlands. Rutte, who had argued that getting rid of the 15 percent withholding tax on dividends was vital for the country's business climate, said his government must reconsider its entire package of tax reforms. "We didn't decide to scrap the dividend tax for just one company, but the fact that such a large company that had decided to come to the Netherlands has withdrawn its plan is very relevant," he told reporters in The Hague.

  • Unilever's About-Face on London Base Leaves Polman in Limbo
    Bloomberg15 days ago

    Unilever's About-Face on London Base Leaves Polman in Limbo

    The about-face follows mounting opposition from fund managers at Columbia Threadneedle, Legal & General Investment Management, Schroders and other firms, which faced having to sell Unilever shares once the company dropped out of benchmark U.K. stock indexes. The company’s U.K.-listed shares fell as much as 1.1 percent.

  • Market Exclusive15 days ago

    Stock Market News Daily Roundup October 5

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  • Reuters15 days ago

    Dutch to reconsider scrapping dividend tax after Unilever U-turn

    The Dutch government will reconsider plans to scrap the country's dividend tax, Prime Minister Mark Rutte said on Friday, hours after multinational Unilever (ULVR.L) (UNc.AS) said it would not move its headquarters to the Netherlands. Unilever scrapped plans to move its headquarters to Rotterdam earlier on Friday in the face of a shareholder revolt, keeping one of Britain's most valuable companies in London ahead of Brexit. The change of course could have political consequences for Rutte, who worked for Unilever from 1992-2002 before entering politics.