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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 23.5 50,177

Unilever Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/2/2021
09:01
Mini advances in the share price being capped circa £39.50 area atm. Move back over £40 might suggest an interim low more likely to be in?.
essentialinvestor
10/2/2021
17:12
Yes still run by Troy and Unilever remains a top holding in the other 2 Troy funds, although I don't track those from month to month.
1nf3rn0
10/2/2021
16:46
Thanks for that. Still run by Troy then I'm guessing.
essentialinvestor
10/2/2021
16:18
I track the portfolio holdings of PNL on a monthly basis (my core low risk holding).  By my reckoning, based on ULVR month end prices, they added 160k shares in December and the same again in January*.  An almost 30% increase in their holding.  I'd expect them to be adding again considering how much cash / gov bonds they hold.Anyone who follows PNL will know that they make very few changes to their portfolio and are typically less than 50% equities.*ULVR was 51m of their portfolio end of Nov, 61m end of Jan and price dropped just over 7% in that time
1nf3rn0
09/2/2021
23:42
Shareholders, welcome to the same share price you had in April 2017. Although I can't fault the latest strategy for the long term, I'm not expecting a rapid recovery. Being slow off the mark, I ruefully exited my modest position on results day at 4101p, an 11.5% hit including fees after only a 6 month stint, switching the majority of proceeds to a vanadium and battery storage play (no ramp intended). Alas, I'm not such a patient investor when I envisage the opportunity cost.
cordwainer
09/2/2021
22:21
How does the idea of hiring Jordan Belfort to replace our hapless Jope sound? A bit of drive and life at the helm would give us back a sense of purpose and direction
purplepelmets
09/2/2021
21:49
Maybe so but between two of them its not insignificant
mercury123
09/2/2021
18:38
Nice to see some director buying
mercury123
09/2/2021
16:16
Fwiw there looks cold hard business logic behind the strategy. Unilever 'sustainable' brands are outpacing their wider portfolio. Over 70% + of Unilever's growth is from those brands. And ULVR are arguably well ahead of the wider sector on this. The rest of the sector is moving in this direction, just more slowly. That will change.
essentialinvestor
09/2/2021
15:28
Board need to concentrate on making a profit for the shareholders which all depends on marketing for an FMCG business like this which rather depends on CSR including "Greeenery". a.k.a. having a business model that's sustainable for all stakeholders, not least the shareholders. a.k.a. competing. a.k.a. adding value to the brands. etc.
cordwainer
09/2/2021
14:43
If you graph ULVR over 10 years against a global ETF, such as HMWO, it's interesting to see how closely correlated they are (ULVR having the added benefit of around 3.5% divi versus less than 2% from the global ETF), up to the pfizer vaccine announcement date in November. That's where the divergence begins.Question is whether this is a smart time to move some global profits into ULVR against the trend.
1nf3rn0
09/2/2021
14:36
* record pre tax profits and their highest ever free cash flow. (excluding the spread disposal proceeds).
essentialinvestor
09/2/2021
14:15
kaffee, fair. And good fortune.
essentialinvestor
09/2/2021
14:11
EssentialInvestor9 Feb '21 - 10:18 - 11 of 16 0 0 0 kaffee, 763 posts in 22 years! - you choose your words wisely. ========================================== There is a saying about empty vessels.... I try not be categorised as such. Mind you, this post is putting my average up.
kaffee
09/2/2021
13:55
Board need to concentrate on making a profit for the shareholders rather than Greeenery
lancasterbomber
09/2/2021
13:54
Dipped my toe in at 3915p for starter position, fingers crossed
nerja
09/2/2021
13:27
Cricket was excellent :-)
philanderer
09/2/2021
13:27
Tempted to add to GSK; leeway for GSK to further reduce 2021 guidance if the pandemic continues to impact healthcare systems in to H2. May be that's allowed for in the current SP, but not sure.
essentialinvestor
09/2/2021
12:59
Good trading stock over last two years, like gsk, range bound no real growth, buy around 4 sell around 4500, nice earner twice a year, in at 39. Only thing you can do with dog index of the world ftse 350, trade it dont invest in it. Invest in the S&P.
porsche1945
09/2/2021
12:45
Please don't use the term speculative punt, not good for my blood pressure. Has a look of under £39.
essentialinvestor
09/2/2021
12:17
I've been buying Unilever since 2500's and never felt nervous holding before... Having said that, I've topped up again today and will continue buying this fall and see how my position looks in a couple of years time. Never thought Unilever could end up in the "speculative punt" area of my portfolio. Strange times.
1nf3rn0
09/2/2021
10:36
EI On the tea business. Is it conceivable that they been waiting to complete the unification before progressing some deals?
shieldbug
09/2/2021
10:18
kaffee, 763 posts in 22 years! - you choose your words wisely.
essentialinvestor
09/2/2021
10:11
37.50 anyone ?
kaffee
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