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ULVR Unilever Plc

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30 Nov 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 3,753.50 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
3,760.00 3,760.50
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Perfume,cosmetic,toilet Prep EUR 60.07B EUR 7.64B EUR 3.0386 12.35 94.4B
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:52:51 O 200 3,761.00 GBX

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2023-11-29 17:30:073,752.336225.14O
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Posted at 29/11/2023 08:20 by Unilever Daily Update
Unilever Plc is listed in the Perfume,cosmetic,toilet Prep sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ULVR. The last closing price for Unilever was 3,753.50p.
Unilever currently has 2,515,000,000 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Unilever is £94,400,525,000.
Unilever has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 12.35.
This morning ULVR shares opened at -
Posted at 30/11/2023 05:27 by jubberjim
I look to have picked the wrong time to try and emulate Nick Train

Away from my financials (dubious if I m being charitable) both this Ulvr and Dge have been initial disappointments but still early days.

It would be better if ulvr had pulled out of Russia as does raise a question mark to my mind and this latest furore over food price rises will again do nothing in the short term for the share price.

But as they say I m in it for the long haul arduous though it may seem.

Hope I ve timed it right
Posted at 28/11/2023 14:18 by essentialinvestor
ULVR share price is nowhere near strong enough ad there would need to be an equity element with new shares issued.

Since the last reported interest the cost of detveting debt has soared, so it's a complete non starter - at least at this point.
Posted at 22/11/2023 09:57 by anhar
I'm purely an income investor and have held ULVR since before life began on Earth. No intention of selling as long term divi record has been reasonable. As it happens I'm showing a large capital gain after all these years but that's not why I invest. Have no interest in the very short term price movements that seem to concern most around ADVFN, which in any case are nearly all random, having no reason.
Posted at 21/11/2023 10:51 by philanderer
Dunedin ‘significantly’ increases Unilever exposure

Abrdn manager Ben Ritchie has ‘significantly’ upped his stake in consumer giant Unilever (ULVR) thanks to its ‘modest valuation’ and activist shareholder register.

Ritchie increased the stake in the Citywire Elite Companies AAA-rated stock he holds in the Dunedin Income Growth (DIG) investment trust, where it is the second largest position, now making up 7.9% of the £395m portfolio.

In his latest fund update, he said he has ‘significantly increased the position’ as the company’s ‘brand portfolio remains solid and its exposure to emerging markets is attractive at a time of more subdued growth elsewhere’.

‘With activist shareholders on the board and a relatively modest valuation, we believe this is a strong addition to the company’s income and capital return-generating capabilities,’ said Ritchie, who runs the closed-ended fund with Rebecca Maclean.

Ritchie said that the trust’s future dividend prospects are ‘tied to businesses with exposure to structural over cyclical growth, stronger pricing power, and consequently, greater control over their own destiny’.

‘Ultimately, this will prove supportive if we enter into more economically challenging times,’ he said.
Posted at 30/10/2023 15:01 by fuji99
"3,290 (3,190) pence - 'sell'" - while the share price is testing £39.
"5,110 (5,160) pence - 'buy'" - 50p difference - Wow !
It shows nobody should trust these charlatans.
Posted at 26/10/2023 16:27 by giltedge1
IC Comment today, rated a buy! All Regions grew except Europe.

Unilever’s (ULVR) volumes fell by 0.6 per cent in its third quarter as consumers continue to plump for cheaper own-brand alternatives in Europe.

Markets on the continent are most exposed to the nutrition and ice cream categories, which as management pointed out “remain inflationary and are more impacted by consumer downtrading”. This led to a 10.7 per cent volume drop in Europe. The Americas and Asia Pacific divisions both saw volumes rise around 2 per cent.

Revenue came in at €15.2bn (£13.3bn) at the Magnum and Marmite seller, with underlying sales growth of 5.2 per cent against last year. The personal care and beauty and wellbeing divisions posted the quickest revenue growth on a divisional level, while the Americas led the way on a geographic basis. Encouragingly, total volumes rose at the beauty and wellbeing, personal care, and home care divisions.
Although the rate of price increases has fallen at the company – underlying price growth was 5.8 per cent in the quarter compared with 8.1 per cent over nine months – the percentage of its business winning market share fell to 38 per cent from 41 per cent in the previous quarter. This, again, highlights downtrading.

New chief executive Hein Schumacher laid out an “action plan” intended to drive growth, which includes a greater focus on Unilever’s 30 brands which contribute around 70 per cent of total revenue. The company is targeting underlying sales growth in a range of 3-5 per cent, an expansion of margins, and a return on invested capital in the mid-teens.
Schumacher wants to "selectively optimise the portfolio" and has ruled out "major or transformational acquisitions". Good news for shareholders tired of acquisition errors. The company said it has made a deal to sell Dollar Shave Club, which it bought for $1bn in 2016, for an undisclosed amount.

Elsewhere, the company confirmed that retiring chief financial officer Graeme Pitkethly will be replaced by Fernando Fernandez, the current president of the beauty and wellbeing division.

The shares are rated at 17 times forward consensus earnings, a discount to the five-year average of 19 times. We remain bullish on the company for its defensive brands, dividend growth, and free cash flow prospects. Buy.
Posted at 13/10/2023 10:53 by alotto
What's exciting about Unilever? What will it take to improve the share price and the dividend payout?
Apart from price hikes and some vague cost saving initiatives, I cannot see the management taking any actions for long term growth. Has Unilever hit the ceiling in its product segments? My answer is yes.
The fact that ULVR sought after an entry in the consumer health segment (the failed GSK deal) confirms my thesis. I doubt Unilever is looking to move into any other product segment, nor I see any new market for its portfolio that can offer significant growth, apart from India and the SE Asia. Anyone can prove me wrong?
Posted at 17/8/2023 13:13 by giltedge1
Copied from Investment August newsletter;
ULVR’s biggest quoted subsidiary,
HindustanLever (HUVR). The value of ULVR’s holding in this
Indian quoted company is over 30% of the whole of the
parent’s market capitalisation – so the prosperity and
prospects of HUVR are really important for all investors in
ULVR. HUVR’s last dividend was up 19% and this seems to
confirm what ULVR executives often assert – that India is one
of the best positioned economies in the world to deliver
growing wealth for its growing population over the next two
decades. If so, ULVR’s holding in the biggest consumer
company in India truly is a jewel in its crown.
Keep adding IMO.
Posted at 02/8/2023 12:47 by philanderer
Despite its poor performance, this consumer goods giant has potential

Questor share tip: Recent management and strategy changes could revive the company's sales growth

Questor says: buy

Ticker: ULVR

Share price at close: £42.02
Posted at 09/6/2023 10:09 by alotto
Is ULVR sliding due to the higher interest rate environment?

why would one buy ULVR with a 3.5 - 4% yield when the same return can be achieved with gov bonds?

to return a better yield Unilever share price will have to be in the range of £30-35 at best.
Unilever share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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