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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Unilever Plc LSE:ULVR London Ordinary Share GB00B10RZP78 ORD 3 1/9P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -31.50 -0.73% 4,279.00 4,288.00 4,289.00 4,326.00 4,279.50 4,326.00 2,534,238 16:35:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 45,192.4 7,124.0 189.8 23.3 50,001

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
04/2/2021
18:20
That was kind of my point, if they really want rid of tea, now looks the perfect time to secure an attractive price. They have also made reference to a sale of smaller, non core beauty and personal care brands, again still no action on that. The wheels tend to turn a little slowly sometimes.
essentialinvestor
04/2/2021
18:16
I wonder just how much enthusiasm there is for meatless chemistry sets. Millennials must have learnt to cook by now if they have been working from home. Mind you a microwave is just another set of buttons to push. As for flogging off the tea -don't get me started. Coffee is so last year.
irenekent
04/2/2021
16:09
danes, fair comment on sector rotation. It looks like the market is anticpating higher inflation further down the track.
essentialinvestor
04/2/2021
16:04
Tucked a few more away, better than buying em yesterday, suffering a bit of rotation today too by looks of it
daneswooddynamo
04/2/2021
15:58
Only had a quick look so far at results, but must be missing something as they looked OK ish to me. I note the margin reduction, however ULVR flagged increased brand investment. There are mutterings about restructuring costs, but this is a huge organisation with a global footprint. Free cash flow looks more than impressive, net debt lower by approx 2 bn. The tea divestment is taking an age, it can't be that difficult - private equity awash with cash currently. That needs prompt resolution. Prior to today Unilever was already selling on a fat discount to it's nearest peergroup- appreciate companies like Nestle and P&G are experiencing higher current growth levels. Will have a listen to the conference call this evening, if I can muster the enthusiasm!.
essentialinvestor
04/2/2021
15:32
Depends what your time horizon is. If it short term then it's understandable but over the long run this will do well and only represents a better entry point :)
growthpotential
04/2/2021
15:03
There are more buys than sell, the price is going down.
nick100
04/2/2021
14:58
Ulvr actually put up its divi!
daneswooddynamo
04/2/2021
14:56
Exactly the same hit as GSK yesterday and neither were that bad
spoole5
04/2/2021
14:54
Call me impatient and stupid but I'm out at around 4101, took an 11% hit on about 3% of my portfolio. Was meant to be some kind of relatively safe-ish play through Brexit transition. FMCG giants not normally my thing tbh.
cordwainer
04/2/2021
14:36
Amazing that similar results in the last quarter were greeted with a similar move the other way!
spoole5
04/2/2021
14:21
Hopefully chart support at 4000p , if that goes it's 3930p then 3720p.
philanderer
04/2/2021
14:08
RBC leaves Unilever PLC on 'Underperform' - target 3800 pence
philanderer
04/2/2021
13:54
The results were “underwhelming” and Unilever’s margins missed estimates on restructuring charges, wrote Bruno Monteyne, an analyst at Sanford C. Bernstein. Bloomberg
philanderer
04/2/2021
12:26
The primary point of any business is to create wealth. Taking one side or the other of the migrant debate is a distraction and potentially loses customers.
gp1948
04/2/2021
12:07
Lets not be too surprised at these results, the world is a sick place and will take many years to recover.
spacecake
04/2/2021
11:53
I work for them and every time they make a stand ( we still mess up sometime especially locally ) it makes me happier and more committed ! If companies wont work for a better society for us all then what's the point as most Politicians only do it for the years they can get into power to make money.
magli
04/2/2021
11:15
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/videos/2021-02-04/unilever-ceo-sees-faster-growth-in-sustainable-brands-video
1nf3rn0
04/2/2021
10:28
Same. Long term
tfergi
04/2/2021
09:52
Management want shooting? Grow up.
shieldbug
04/2/2021
09:49
spoole5 - Dead right! Particularly B&J's ice cream makers. Companies shouldn't get involved in politics - it alienates customers.
gp1948
04/2/2021
09:48
In a traders Bitcoin, Tesla, Gamestop market, driven by insanity, how do we value a proper company such as Unilever? Treat it as an indexed linked bond yielding 3.5% with some modest growth prospects. ..that makes it a long term bargain.
careful
04/2/2021
09:46
I see both sides here. An impressively resilient performance given the backdrop, but I wish management spent less time playing Politics and more time generating profits.
bluemango
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