UNA.AS - Unilever N.V.

Amsterdam - Amsterdam Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
48.645
-0.320 (-0.654%)
At close: 5:35PM CET
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Previous Close48.965
Open48.780
Bid40.150 x 1500
Ask0.000 x 7700
Day's Range48.565 - 48.920
52 Week Range37.225 - 52.310
Volume2,888,010
Avg. Volume3,894,519
Market Cap133.148B
Beta0.87
PE Ratio (TTM)23.96
EPS (TTM)2.030
Earnings DateFeb 1, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield1.36 (2.30%)
Ex-Dividend Date2017-02-09
1y Target Est52.14
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    Why 2017 Was a Year to Forget for Kimberly-Clark Corporation

    Sales growth slowed to a crawl, which left cost cuts as the main path towards higher earnings.

  • Italy fines Unilever for abuse of dominant position in ice cream
    Reuters7 days ago

    Italy fines Unilever for abuse of dominant position in ice cream

    Italy's antitrust agency said on Wednesday it had fined Unilever's (ULVR.L) (UNc.AS) Italian unit more than 60 million euros ($71 million) for abusing its dominant position in the country's ice cream market. It said Unilever had abused its position in single-wrapped so-called impulse ice creams, intended for immediate consumption, which it sells through its "Algida" brand. The local unit of the world's biggest ice cream maker said in a statement it rejected the agency's conclusion and would appeal.

  • Unilever Sees Spurning of Global Brands Spread Beyond Asia
    Bloomberg8 days ago

    Unilever Sees Spurning of Global Brands Spread Beyond Asia

    The tide is turning against multinational brands, which have been losing market share to local products not just in Asia’s emerging markets but also in the U.S. and Europe, according to Anglo-Dutch consumer ...

  • Buyout firm Platinum seeks parts of Unilever spreads business - sources
    Reuters8 days ago

    Buyout firm Platinum seeks parts of Unilever spreads business - sources

    Investment firm Platinum Equity is preparing a binding bid for part of Unilever's (ULVR.L) (UNc.AS) margarine and spreads business, sources familiar with the matter said, ahead of next week's deadline for final offers. Los Angeles-based Platinum wants the portion of Unilever's spreads business that covers developed markets such as Europe and the United States where demand has been falling but profit margins remain high, rather than the whole unit which includes emerging markets, the sources said. Unilever's banks Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs have asked bidders to submit final bids by Dec. 11 as the consumer giant wants to clinch a deal before the end of 2017, they said.

  • Reuters8 days ago

    Buyout firm Platinum seeks parts of Unilever spreads business - sources

    Investment firm Platinum Equity is preparing a binding bid for part of Unilever's margarine and spreads business, sources familiar with the matter said, ahead of next week's deadline for final offers. Los Angeles-based Platinum wants the portion of Unilever's spreads business that covers developed markets such as Europe and the United States where demand has been falling but profit margins remain high, rather than the whole unit which includes emerging markets, the sources said. Unilever's banks Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs have asked bidders to submit final bids by Dec. 11 as the consumer giant wants to clinch a deal before the end of 2017, they said.

  • Forbes10 days ago

    How A Single Mom Battling Breast Cancer Built Beauty Bakerie To A $5M Brand, Got Unilever To Invest

    Beauty Bakerie's Cashmere Nicole stuck with her idea for a beauty business, even as she battled breast cancer as a single mom. Now she's got a $5 million business that counts Olympic gold medalist Gabby Douglas as a partner and consumer-goods giant Unilever as an investor.

  • Unilever CEO defends balance between growth, margin
    Reuters13 days ago

    Unilever CEO defends balance between growth, margin

    Under pressure to show he could speed up returns as a standalone company after rebuffing a $143 billion (£105.86 billion) bid, the maker of Dove soap and Magnum ice cream in April pledged to lift its operating margin to 20 percent by 2020. On Thursday evening, at the end of a two-day investor conference in New Jersey, Polman stressed that Unilever was not doing anything that would hurt volume growth, and that margin benefits were the result of prior investments. Polman said reductions in absolute marketing spending were due to efficiencies and criticised shareholders for pushing for margins but then changing their tune.

  • Unilever CEO defends balance between growth, margin
    Reuters13 days ago

    Unilever CEO defends balance between growth, margin

    Under pressure to show he could speed up returns as a standalone company after rebuffing a $143 billion bid, the maker of Dove soap and Magnum ice cream in April pledged to lift its operating margin to 20 percent by 2020. On Thursday evening, at the end of a two-day investor conference in New Jersey, Polman stressed that Unilever was not doing anything that would hurt volume growth, and that margin benefits were the result of prior investments. Polman said reductions in absolute marketing spending were due to efficiencies and criticized shareholders for pushing for margins but then changing their tune.

  • Forbes13 days ago

    Refreshments To Remain Unilever's Fastest-Growing Segment Going Forward

    Unilever‘s refreshments business includes brands such as Lipton, Slim Fast and Ben & Jerry’s. The segment contributes close to 20% of the company’s total revenues and accounts for 18% of its value, per Trefis estimates.

  • Reuters14 days ago

    Unilever touts new products, structure to fight rivals

    Anglo-Dutch consumer goods maker Unilever (ULVR.L) (UNc.AS) told investors on Wednesday that it expects new products and a leaner organisation to help win an intensifying battle to sell packaged goods around the world. The maker of Dove soap and Knorr soup, which is under huge shareholder pressure since rebuffing a $143 billion (£107 billion) takeover bid in February from Kraft-Heinz (KHC.O), posted an unexpected slowdown in sales last month, citing lost market share to smaller rivals. The company's 20 billion-euro-a-year personal care business, often seen as its most attractive, posted only 2.4 percent growth in the first nine months of the year, but the unit's president, Alan Jope, on Wednesday said it should be back above 4 percent soon.

  • Reuters14 days ago

    Unilever touts new products, structure to fight rivals

    Anglo-Dutch consumer goods maker Unilever told investors on Wednesday that it expects new products and a leaner organization to help win an intensifying battle to sell packaged goods around the world. The maker of Dove soap and Knorr soup, which is under huge shareholder pressure since rebuffing a $143 billion takeover bid in February from Kraft-Heinz, posted an unexpected slowdown in sales last month, citing lost market share to smaller rivals. The company's 20 billion-euro-a-year personal care business, often seen as its most attractive, posted only 2.4 percent growth in the first nine months of the year, but the unit's president, Alan Jope, on Wednesday said it should be back above 4 percent soon.

  • 3 Dividend Stocks That Cut Bigger Checks Than Unilever
    Motley Fool14 days ago

    3 Dividend Stocks That Cut Bigger Checks Than Unilever

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  • Reuters14 days ago

    Unilever sees personal care business returning to higher growth 'soon'

    Anglo-Dutch consumer goods maker Unilever (ULVR.L) (UNc.AS) expects new products and increased distribution to help its personal care business return to growth above 4 percent soon, after a recent slowdown. Alan Jope, head of the unit that includes Dove soap and Sunsilk shampoo, said he was not satisfied with its 2.4-percent growth in the year so far, but he was "determined and confident" there would be a rebound. Speaking at an investor event at Unilever's New Jersey offices that was simultaneously broadcast over the internet, Jope declined to say exactly when the rebound would happen.

  • Reuters14 days ago

    Unilever sees personal care business returning to higher growth "soon"

    Anglo-Dutch consumer goods maker Unilever expects new products and increased distribution to help its personal care business return to growth above 4 percent soon, after a recent slowdown. Alan Jope, head of the unit that includes Dove soap and Sunsilk shampoo, said he was not satisfied with its 2.4-percent growth in the year so far, but he was "determined and confident" there would be a rebound. Speaking at an investor event at Unilever's New Jersey offices that was simultaneously broadcast over the internet, Jope declined to say exactly when the rebound would happen.

  • The Wall Street Journal15 days ago

    [$$] Unilever Sees Single Structure as Best for Shareholders

    Unilever is leaning toward unifying its unusual dual governance structure after fending off an unsolicited $143-billion bid by Kraft Heinz earlier this year.

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  • TheStreet.com16 days ago

    Unilever Mulls Shifting London HQ as Corporate Review Targets Dual Structure

    Unilever could move its corporate HQ to the Netherlands as brands giant streamlines structure after rejecting Warren Buffett's $143 billion takeover bid earlier this year.

  • Reuters16 days ago

    Anglo-Dutch Unilever favors single home, but delays choice

    Unilever (ULVR.L) favours creating a single corporate structure, but is delaying a choice between its British and Dutch bases, the consumer goods group said on Tuesday, in part because of the heightened political sensitivity of the decision due to Brexit. After rebuffing a $143 billion takeover offer from Kraft Heinz (KHC.O), Unilever said in April it would review its dual structure under which it is based and listed in both Britain and the Netherlands, aiming for a decision by the end of the year. A recent move by the Dutch government to scrap a tax on dividends was seen as an effort to keep the maker of Dove soap and Knorr soup in the Netherlands.

  • Anglo-Dutch Unilever favours single home, but delays choice
    Reuters16 days ago

    Anglo-Dutch Unilever favours single home, but delays choice

    Unilever favours creating a single corporate structure, but is delaying a choice between its British and Dutch bases, the consumer goods group said on Tuesday, in part because of the heightened political sensitivity of the decision due to Brexit. After rebuffing a $143 billion takeover offer from Kraft Heinz, Unilever said in April it would review its dual structure under which it is based and listed in both Britain and the Netherlands, aiming for a decision by the end of the year. A recent move by the Dutch government to scrap a tax on dividends was seen as an effort to keep the maker of Dove soap and Knorr soup in the Netherlands.

  • Reuters16 days ago

    Unilever board to delay decision on single structure - FT

    LONDON (Reuters) - Consumer goods maker Unilever is delaying a decision on whether to pick Britain or the Netherlands as its home base, the Financial Times reported. "It's a moving playing field -- ...

  • Brexit Delays Unilever's Decision on U.K. or Dutch Base
    Bloomberg16 days ago

    Brexit Delays Unilever's Decision on U.K. or Dutch Base

    Anglo-Dutch consumer-goods giant Unilever wants to consolidate its headquarters in the U.K. or the Netherlands, but Brexit is making it harder to choose.

  • Reuters16 days ago

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  • Unilever to buy U.S. bodycare products company Sundial Brands
    Reuters16 days ago

    Unilever to buy U.S. bodycare products company Sundial Brands

    Anglo-Dutch consumer goods giant Unilever (ULVR.L) (UNc.AS) is to buy U.S.-based company Sundial Brands, a maker of hair and skincare products, expanding deeper into the fast-growing personal care products market. The maker of Dove soap and Axe body spray announced the deal on Monday, without disclosing financial terms. Sundial, a 26-year-old company based in New York, is home to brands including SheaMoisture, Nubian Heritage and Madam C.J. Walker.

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  • The Wall Street Journal19 days ago

    [$$] Unilever Launches Search for New CEO

    Unilever PLC has kicked off the search for a new chief executive, according to a person familiar with the matter—initiating what is expected to be a monthslong process to replace longtime head Paul Polman....