NSRGY - Nestlé S.A.

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85.60
-0.65 (-0.75%)
As of 3:11PM EST. Market open.
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Previous Close86.25
Open85.72
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range85.38 - 85.81
52 Week Range72.00 - 89.40
Volume533,291
Avg. Volume416,562
Market Cap262.313B
Beta0.40
PE Ratio (TTM)27.45
EPS (TTM)3.12
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield2.28 (2.65%)
Ex-Dividend Date2017-04-07
1y Target Est101.48
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  • Nestlé to sell iconic US candy business
    Yahoo Finance Video2 days ago

    Nestlé to sell iconic US candy business

    Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Andy Serwer, Brittany Jones-Cooper and Dan Roberts discuss the deal which includes iconic American candy brands: Baby Ruth, Butterfinger, and Raisinets.

  • Nestle selling US candy business for $2.8 billion
    Yahoo Finance Video3 days ago

    Nestle selling US candy business for $2.8 billion

    Swiss food and drink giant Nestle is selling its U.S. candy business to Italy's Ferrero for about $2.8 billion in cash. Ferrero will take over iconic chocolate brands Butterfinger and Crunch bars, as well as the sugary Nerds, SweeTarts and FunDip.

  • Nutella Maker Pays $2.8 Billion for Nestle U.S. Chocolate Unit
    Bloomberg Video3 days ago

    Nutella Maker Pays $2.8 Billion for Nestle U.S. Chocolate Unit

    Jan.16 -- Nestle SA agreed to sell its U.S. confectionery unit to Ferrero SpA, the Italian maker of Nutella, in the Swiss food giant’s first major move away from the candy industry. Bloomberg's Nabila Ahmed reports on "Bloomberg Markets."

  • Reuters20 hours ago

    PRESS DIGEST- Financial Times - Jan 19

    The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. Headlines HSBC agrees to $101.5 million penalty in settlement of ...

  • Reuters20 hours ago

    PRESS DIGEST- Financial Times - Jan 19

    Jan 19 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. Headlines HSBC agrees to $101.5 million penalty ...

  • Reutersyesterday

    Nestle nominates three board directors to help advance strategy

    Nestle proposed three new independent directors to its board on Thursday, as the world's largest food company seeks to accelerate its transformation into a health-conscious company. Pablo Isla, chief executive ...

  • Reutersyesterday

    Nestle nominates three board directors to help advance strategy

    LONDON (Reuters) - Nestle (NESN.S) proposed three new independent directors to its board on Thursday, as the world's largest food company seeks to accelerate its transformation into a health-conscious ...

  • Fortuneyesterday

    Nestle Is Launching New KitKats and They’re Made From Natural Ruby Chocolate

    It's the debut of the first new type of natural chocolate in more than 80 years.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Nestle to launch ruby chocolate KitKat in Asia

    Nestle (NESN.S) will launch a ruby chocolate version of its KitKat brand in Japan and South Korea this month, becoming the first consumer brand to market the new chocolate variety developed by Barry Callebaut (BARN.S). The move in Japan, one of KitKat's most important markets, is part of a wider effort by the world's largest packaged food company to push its confectionery creations upmarket with special innovations. The announcement comes two days after Nestle agreed to sell its U.S. confectionery unit, which does not include KitKat, to Italy's Ferrero, underlining its commitment to the non-U.S. business.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 days ago

    [$$] The Big New Player Feeding America’s Sweet Tooth

    Ferrero’s purchase of Nestlé’s U.S. confectionery business marks a hat-trick of deals for the Italian company behind Nutella spread but aggressively expanding in America at a time of rapid market change ...

  • Nestle Debuts Natural Ruby Chocolate in KitKat-Crazed Japan
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    Nestle Debuts Natural Ruby Chocolate in KitKat-Crazed Japan

    Nestle SA will sweeten Japan’s Valentine’s Day with ruby-chocolate KitKats, choosing one of the world’s most candy-obsessed markets for the debut of the first new type of natural chocolate in more than ...

  • The maker of Nutella is about to become the third-largest chocolate company
    Quartz2 days ago

    The maker of Nutella is about to become the third-largest chocolate company

    Nestlé—the company behind many iconic candy bar brands—is shedding its sugary reputation. The Swiss company has agreed to sell its US confectionary brands—including Butterfinger, Baby Ruth, Laffy Taffy, and Crunch bars—for $3 billion to Ferrero, the maker of Nutella, making the hazelnut spread producer the globe’s third largest chocolate company. The deal pushes Nestlé further…

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Dealmaking Ferrero tycoon breaks decades of family tradition

    For almost 70 years, family-owned chocolate group Ferrero shunned acquisitions, relying completely on its ability to grow on its own and dream up new products. With Giovanni Ferrero at the helm of the Nutella maker, the traditionally Europe-focused business has swallowed up six companies in the last three years - half of them in the United States. The latest acquisition, of Nestle's (NESN.S) U.S. confectionery business, was announced on Tuesday.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Dealmaking Ferrero tycoon breaks decades of family tradition

    For almost 70 years, family-owned chocolate group Ferrero shunned acquisitions, relying completely on its ability to grow on its own and dream up new products. With Giovanni Ferrero at the helm of the Nutella maker, the traditionally Europe-focused business has swallowed up six companies in the last three years - half of them in the United States. The latest acquisition, of Nestle's (NESN.S) U.S. confectionery business, was announced on Tuesday.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Health-conscious Nestle sells U.S. candy to Ferrero for $2.8 billion

    LONDON/MILAN (Reuters) - Swiss food group Nestle has agreed to sell its U.S. confectionery business to Italy's Ferrero for $2.8 billion, it said on Tuesday, marking CEO Mark Schneider's first big sale and a small step on its path towards healthier products. Nestle, the world's biggest packaged-food company, has cited the unit's weak position in the United States, where it trails Hershey, Mars Inc and Lindt, as the rationale for a sale. For family-owned Ferrero, the cash deal offers a chance for the Italian company to build scale quickly in that key market, where it has done two other deals in the past year.

  • The Wall Street Journal3 days ago

    [$$] Nestlé Sells Butterfinger and BabyRuth Unit to Italian Candy Maker

    Ferrero International, the Italian confectionery maker, muscled further into the North America market, agreeing to pay $2.8 billion in cash to buy Nestlé’s U.S. chocolate business that includes the Butterfinger ...

  • The Wall Street Journal3 days ago

    [$$] Ferrero Purchases Nestlé's U.S. Chocolate Business

    Ferrero International SA beat out Hershey Co. as Nestlé, based in Switzerland, carried out a monthslong sales process that also drew interest from several private-equity firms.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    Health-conscious Nestle sells U.S. candy to Ferrero for $2.8 billion

    LONDON/MILAN (Reuters) - Swiss food group Nestle (NESN.S) has agreed to sell its U.S. confectionery business to Italy's Ferrero for $2.8 billion, it said on Tuesday, marking CEO Mark Schneider's first big sale and a small step on its path towards healthier products. Nestle, the world's biggest packaged-food company, has cited the unit's weak position in the United States, where it trails Hershey (HSY.N), Mars Inc and Lindt, as the rationale for a sale. For family-owned Ferrero, the cash deal offers a chance for the Italian company to build scale quickly in that key market, where it has done two other deals in the past year.

  • Nestle, Hershey Signal Bittersweet Year for Chocolate
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    Nestle, Hershey Signal Bittersweet Year for Chocolate

    One exits on a high note, while the other's shares dip.

  • Nestle selling US candy business for $2.8 billion
    Associated Press3 days ago

    Nestle selling US candy business for $2.8 billion

    NEW YORK (AP) — Swiss food and drink giant Nestle is selling its U.S. candy business to Italy's Ferrero for about $2.8 billion in cash. Ferrero will take over iconic chocolate brands Butterfinger and Crunch bars, as well as the sugary Nerds, SweeTarts and FunDip.

  • MarketWatch3 days ago

    Nestle finds buyer for U.S. confectionery business for about $2.9 billion

    The U.S.-listed shares of Switzerland-based Nestle S.A. rose 0.8% in midday trade Tuesday, after the company said it agreed to sell its U.S. confectionery business to Ferrero for the equivalent of about ...

  • Nutella Maker Pays $2.8 Billion for Nestle U.S. Chocolate Unit
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    Nutella Maker Pays $2.8 Billion for Nestle U.S. Chocolate Unit

    Nestle SA agreed to sell its U.S. confectionery unit to Ferrero SpA, the Italian maker of Nutella, in the Swiss food giant’s first major divestment since Chief Executive Officer Mark Schneider took the ...

  • Fortune3 days ago

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  • Reuters8 days ago

    Nestle says sells Australian chocolate brand Violet Crumble

    ZURICH (Reuters) - Food group Nestle (NESN.S) said on Thursday it was selling its Australian chocolate bar Violet Crumble to local confectionery group Robern Menz for an undisclosed sum. Nestle said in ...

  • Reuters9 days ago

    Nestle to pick U.S. chocolate business buyer by end of week - sources

    MILAN/LONDON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Food giant Nestle (NESN.N) plans to pick a buyer for its U.S. chocolate business by the end of this week, three sources close to the matter said on Wednesday, in a deal expected to top $2.5 billion (£1.85 billion). One source said Ferrero raised its offer for Nestle's business last week in an attempt to outbid rival Hershey (HSY.N). "(Executive Chairman) Giovanni Ferrero is really committed to the deal, that's why the group sweetened its offer to something in the area of $2.5 billion," the source said.