UNA.AS - Unilever N.V.

Amsterdam - Amsterdam Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
48.78
-0.71 (-1.42%)
At close: 5:35PM CET
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Previous Close49.49
Open49.08
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range48.40 - 49.21
52 Week Range42.13 - 50.16
Volume3,721,103
Avg. Volume3,690,093
Market Cap127.492B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.57
PE Ratio (TTM)14.02
EPS (TTM)3.48
Earnings DateJan 22, 2018 - Jan 29, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield1.55 (3.16%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-02-14
1y Target Est51.42
  • Unilever shares slide after sales disappoint
    Reuters Videos22 days ago

    Unilever shares slide after sales disappoint

    The maker of everything from Dove soap to Marmite, Unilever has had a bumpy year, and it ended with a miss on analyst sales forecasts. Julian Satterthwaite reports.

  • Reuters17 days ago

    Unilever boosts snack business with purchase of UK's Graze

    LONDON (Reuters) - Unilever has acquired British snack brand Graze for an undisclosed price, boosting the group's presence in food, it said on Tuesday. The deal price was not disclosed. (Reporting by Martinne ...

  • Risk-Reward With Unilever
    GuruFocus.com22 days ago

    Risk-Reward With Unilever

    While the Facebook (FB) earnings are getting most of the attention today on Wall Street, it would be a lot easier to live without your friends' data feed on the social media giant than it would be to go without washing your hair, cleaning your home or even having dessert. Warning! GuruFocus has detected 1 Warning Sign with FB. Unilever's new CEO, Alan Jope, said that he expects market conditions "to remain challenging" in the coming year, and that sales will grow at the lower end of the target range.

  • Reuters22 days ago

    Unilever preps for no-sweat Brexit with Magnum ice creams, deodorants

    Unilever is stockpiling ice creams in Britain and deodorants in continental Europe to guard against potential supply disruptions in the event of a no-deal Brexit. The Anglo-Dutch consumer giant, which is the world's largest ice cream seller, makes British favorites like Magnum bars in Italy and Germany and is building up a few weeks of extra inventory in Britain in case of any border delays.

  • Reuters22 days ago

    New Unilever CEO inherits disappointing sales performance

    By Martinne Geller LONDON (Reuters) - Unilever reported lower-than-expected fourth-quarter sales on Thursday, hurt by troubles in Latin America and weak growth in developed markets as new Chief Executive ...

  • The Wall Street Journal22 days ago

    [$$] Unilever Faces Squeeze in North America

    The maker of Hellmann’s mayonnaise and Dove soap, reporting its first earnings since Mr. Jope took charge, said Thursday its closely watched underlying sales rose 2.9% in the fourth quarter, below the 3.5% level expected by analysts. The industry also faces rising commodity costs and growing competition from Amazon.com Inc. and discount chains that are launching own-label products.

  • Reuters22 days ago

    Unilever's results disappoint as new CEO takes charge

    Unilever reported lower-than-expected fourth-quarter sales on Thursday, hurt by inflation in Argentina and flat volume growth in developed markets, in its first set of results since new Chief Executive Alan Jope took charge. New Chief Executive Alan Jope took charge of Unilever at the start of the year. "With growth weak but H2 margins strong, we expect this to fuel the ongoing debate on Unilever's top line versus bottom line algorithm," Jefferies analysts said.

  • CNBC22 days ago

    Unilever's full-year profit jumps 51% but slowdown in Argentina, Brazil raises concerns

    In terms of regional distribution, Asia saw the highest turnover with 22.9 billion euros. Unilever ULVR-GB reported a 51 percent increase in annual net profit on Thursday, driven by a strong performance in India and other Asian markets. The consumer goods firm reported a net profit of 9.8 billion euros ($11.21 billion) in 2018 compared to 6.5 billion euros in 2017.

  • The Wall Street Journal22 days ago

    [$$] Unilever Annual Profits Jump But Cautious on Sales

    PLC (ULVR.LN) said Thursday that 2018 pretax profit surged 52%, handily beating analyst forecasts, but it warned of a difficult year ahead. The consumer goods-company said in 2018 it made a profit before tax of 12.38 billion euros ($14.16 billion) compared with EUR8.15 billion a year earlier. Unilever, owner of the Hellmann’s mayonnaise, Dove soap and Ben & Jerry’s ice cream brands, said turnover decreased 5.1% to EUR50.98 billion in 2018--below the EUR51.11 billion predicted by analysts.

  • Reuters25 days ago

    Unilever buys New York based The Laundress to boost cleaning business

    LONDON (Reuters) - Unilever said on Monday it has acquired The Laundress, a New York-based line of detergent and cleaning products, as it aims to expand its reach in high-end home care products. Terms ...

  • Dollar Shave Club hackathon to help Make-A-Wish kids in L.A.
    American City Business Journals28 days ago

    Dollar Shave Club hackathon to help Make-A-Wish kids in L.A.

    Dollar Shave Club’s Chief People Officer Jennifer Longnion on why she’s tapping a startup tradition to help Make-A-Wish.

  • Reuters28 days ago

    Consumer goods CEOs in Davos hot seat over plastic waste

    Consumer products companies including Procter & Gamble Co and Coca-Cola Co are emerging as new targets for global activism, with green groups blaming them for fouling the ocean with plastic and activists urging governments to regulate them. At the annual World Economic Forum this week, the bosses of these and other firms like Unilever Plc and PepsiCo have been on the defensive, in a way reminiscent of how coal and oil chiefs came under pressure over climate change in previous years. "I see parallels to coal," Greenpeace executive director Jennifer Morgan told Reuters after she and Procter & Gamble boss David Taylor had a feisty exchange at a joint news conference at the forum in the Swiss ski resort of Davos.

  • Reuters28 days ago

    DAVOS-Consumer goods CEOs in Davos hot seat over plastic waste

    Consumer products companies including Procter & Gamble Co and Coca-Cola Co are emerging as new targets for global activism, with green groups blaming them for fouling the ocean with plastic and activists urging governments to regulate them. At the annual World Economic Forum this week, the bosses of these and other firms like Unilever Plc and PepsiCo have been on the defensive, in a way reminiscent of how coal and oil chiefs came under pressure over climate change in previous years. "I see parallels to coal," Greenpeace executive director Jennifer Morgan told Reuters after she and Procter & Gamble boss David Taylor had a feisty exchange at a joint news conference at the forum in the Swiss ski resort of Davos.

  • The Wall Street Journal29 days ago

    [$$] Compostables, Meant to Cut Plastic Waste, Are Stumbling

    Compostable bags, cups and cutlery are becoming more popular amid the mounting backlash against plastic waste, but many aren’t making it to the compost heap. Companies like PepsiCo Inc., Nestlé SA and Unilever PLC are increasingly rolling out compostable packaging and products intended to break down after use. Food makers are particularly interested because soiled plastic containers are tough to recycle.

  • The Wall Street Journal29 days ago

    [$$] The World’s Biggest Brands Want You to Refill Your Orange Juice and Deodorant

    The world’s biggest makers of shampoo, detergent and packaged food will test selling their products in reusable containers, adopting a milkman-style model to address mounting concerns about plastic waste. Procter & Gamble Co., Nestlé SA, PepsiCo Inc. and Unilever PLC are among 25 companies that, this summer, will start selling some products in glass, steel and other containers designed to be returned, cleaned and refilled. “I sometimes wonder if it’s a fair accusation that we’re in the branded litter business,” Unilever Chief Executive Alan Jope said at a conference Tuesday, adding that the company must do more on plastic waste.

  • Reuters29 days ago

    DAVOS-Big food, consumer goods firms join TerraCycle's Loop waste-free shopping platform

    Some of the world's largest consumer goods and food and beverage companies have joined a new recycling initiative, to be launched this year, aimed at collecting used plastics bottles and other durable packaging from homes and re-using them. U.S. waste recycling firm TerraCycle announced the project -- to be run through an online shopping platform called Loop -- on Thursday at the World Economic Forum in the Swiss ski resort of Davos where waste and plastic pollution is a major theme. Loop will pick up directly from their home," TerraCycle said in a joint statement.

  • The Wall Street Journal29 days ago

    The World’s Biggest Brands Want You to Refill Your Orange Juice and Deodorant

    The world’s biggest makers of shampoo, detergent and packaged food will test selling their products in reusable containers, adopting a milkman-style model to address mounting concerns about plastic waste. Procter & Gamble Co., Nestlé SA, PepsiCo Inc. and Unilever PLC are among 25 companies that, this summer, will start selling some products in glass, steel and other containers designed to be returned, cleaned and refilled. “I sometimes wonder if it’s a fair accusation that we’re in the branded litter business,” Unilever Chief Executive Alan Jope said at a conference Tuesday, adding that the company must do more on plastic waste.

  • Reuterslast month

    Consumer giants spurn risks to chase online subscribers

    Major consumer companies including Unilever, Procter & Gamble and Nestle are chasing consumers who want food and household goods delivered automatically, even though this kind of business has not always worked. The companies are pitching new online subscription services, which promise stable revenues, lower delivery costs and valuable data about customers. The world's biggest packaged food company, Nestle, whose Nespresso coffee is already a sizeable subscription business, recently launched a subscription programme for nutritional drinks in Japan and expanded ReadyRefresh, an online bottled water service, in the United States.