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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
  17.50 0.41% 4,294.00 4,298.50 4,299.50 4,335.50 4,281.00 4,300.00 2,365,342 16:35:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 45,192.4 7,124.0 189.8 23.4 50,177

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/2/2021
10:10
Hi Phil, at least the cricket went well!. ) Watching the reply atm.
essentialinvestor
09/2/2021
10:08
Morning EI. Sure looks it. SOCGEN CUTS UNILEVER PRICE TARGET TO 4,700 (5,000) PENCE - 'BUY'
philanderer
09/2/2021
10:05
Just taken a little nibble as sell off overdone imho. All that is needed is a small positive announcement.
mastey
09/2/2021
09:15
Definite news of the tea divestment would be very helpful to sentiment. Now talking about an IPO, that may be a tactic to increase the value of direct approaches.
essentialinvestor
09/2/2021
09:02
This one was better, I thought (5 Feb): https://www.ft.com/content/66cc51f4-1ec3-4299-a7a7-ba152917947b
jonwig
09/2/2021
08:51
oh, a new bb, eh. LEX not positive in the FT fwiw, however it was not one of their more incisive write ups.
essentialinvestor
09/2/2021
07:49
unastubbs - yes, I didn't think anyone else was around, sorry. The article is mostly reportage of the main points in the results, with the conclusion: “Resilience is what investors expect from defensive leaders like cupboard-filler Unilever”, said Dan Lane, senior analyst at investment platform Freetrade, adding that “after a year like 2020 it looks like the company has broadly held up its side of the bargain”. Notwithstanding “battle scars” on the balance sheet, “maintaining its dividend and upping it in the fourth quarter is a sign that Unilever knows how important that income is to yield-hungry investors flocking to the quality compounders since 2008”, Mr Lane commented. Buy.
jonwig
09/2/2021
07:25
paywall (ic article)
unastubbs
08/2/2021
15:20
Phil, beginning to wonder that, does it want the £37 type area?.
essentialinvestor
08/2/2021
15:16
Jeez, chartwise it looks as though we're going to have to test last march's 3720p
philanderer
08/2/2021
14:31
JEFFERIES CUTS UNILEVER PRICE TARGET TO 4,550 (5,350) PENCE - 'BUY' BARCLAYS CUTS UNILEVER PRICE TARGET TO 4,800 (5,500) PENCE - 'OVERWEIGHT' DZ BANK CUTS FAIR VALUE FOR UNILEVER TO 4,750 (4,850) PENCE - 'BUY'
philanderer
08/2/2021
12:56
Even gsk is attempting to rally today!
spoole5
07/2/2021
13:25
ULVR is probably one of the best opportunities for topping up. Great to get in this week....
halfpenny
07/2/2021
13:23
I'd go for Shell over BP I think. But its interesting being reminded what the price was back in May because since then its been all the way to the high 40s since.
mercury123
07/2/2021
13:22
Ian Cowie's comment today on ULVR: Then the Marmite-making foods group, Unilever (ULVR), lifted its final dividend by 4 per cent on Thursday but — like it or loathe it — the share price fell 6 per cent on the news. Steve Clayton, a fund manager at the platform Hargreaves Lansdown, said: “Restructuring will hold back near-term earnings, perhaps explaining the market’s lack of enthusiasm.” That seems like an over-reaction, leaving this business under-priced, so I bought more ULVR at £40.27, increasing my investment by a third. It’s now my ninth-biggest holding.
doubleorquits
07/2/2021
13:05
Out of date that article, if you buying BP/Shell now you are on a 6%+ dividend, I’d say that is a good reason to buy, who is to say they will not increase the dividend again with higher oil and gas prices.
bookbroker
07/2/2021
12:10
https://tortoiseecofin.com/media/3560/time-to-diversify_-sell-oil-buy-bleach-i-money-i-the-sunday-times.pdf He wrote this in May 2020
mirandaj
07/2/2021
11:41
Well a nice vote of confidence from Ian Cowie in the Sunday Times increasing his holding by a third. Let's hope he's called this one right. Seems very undervalued at under £40 to me
mercury123
06/2/2021
23:01
'* £39.90, your yield is circa 3.7%' You're quite correct ES. I was using a site where they stated the sterling figures for divs incorrectly, in euros. Idiots! www.sharecast.com/equity/Unilever
bend1pa
06/2/2021
14:39
ULVR has become a trading stock. Unfortunately?!
high yields
05/2/2021
19:39
* £39.90, your yield is circa 3.7%, unless you are making some tax related deduction on your calc. Luck with your holding. Bought back in yesterday, too soon at a bit under £41. Very fortunate as had a large recent position in ULVR, I thought there may be more short term upside in RCP, which I switched in to and that's had a lovely week. Got to put that one down to good fortune rather than any judgement. Did not foresee the Unilever results reaction.
essentialinvestor
05/2/2021
19:23
Just bought my first tranche of ULVR at £39.90. Hopefully if they can get down to £36.00, Í'll buy a lot more. Meanwhile there's a div yield of 3.2% - nothing to write home about, but a lot more than any interest I'd get on any UK savings account.
bend1pa
05/2/2021
16:57
spoole, that's my point. Where is the margin for error in some of the these stocks, many already look to have factored in 3 years worth of recovery in advance. Unless what we are shaping up for boom time economic conditions where cyclicals earnings trend higher than consensus estimates suggest.
essentialinvestor
05/2/2021
16:09
People are looking to stocks that have covid recovery potential, many of these now pay zero dividends and won't for a while as they will need to repair their balance sheets
spoole5
05/2/2021
16:06
Both badly managed into the depths of share price hell too.....
pander45
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