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
  -137.00 -3.0% 4,434.00 6,111,334 16:29:59
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
4,433.00 4,435.00 4,595.00 4,430.00 4,566.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 43,987.48 7,014.47 181.94 22.9 51,813
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:04:16 O 940 4,510.039 GBX

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Unilever Daily Update: Unilever Plc is listed in the Food Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ULVR. The last closing price for Unilever was 4,571p.
Unilever Plc has a 4 week average price of 4,322p and a 12 week average price of 4,322p.
The 1 year high share price is 4,943p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3,583.50p.
There are currently 1,168,530,650 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 31,240,731 shares. The market capitalisation of Unilever Plc is £51,812,649,021.
onehanded: I see ULVR are working with a small UK company DeepVerge DVRG as they have developed artificial skin in their labskin to test products for effectiveness of covid and other containments PLUS to be used testing skincare products and get rid of animal testing on skin products worldwide for good.
philanderer: "Unilever moves in mysterious ways" Let's face it: we're just nowhere near the kind of market price action expected ahead of Unilever throwing its full weight into the FTSE 100 on Monday. Expectations were that ETF managers would have to rush and scramble into the stock to adjust to Unilever doubling its size in the FTSE 100 index and trigger some kind of temporary bubble in demand. With an anticlimactic 1.3% rise at the time of writing, many investors will be scratching their head, as they have in the past weeks, looking at the FTSE heavyweight's shares underperformance. So far in November, Unilever is up about 5% against over 14% for the UK blue chip index. "It’s a mystery", Warren Ackerman, who covers the stock for Barclays told us, echoing the puzzlement palpable in the analyst community. Trading has been indeed quite underwhelming except for a 5% jump yesterday after the stock had been flagged as a "strong buying" opportunity by Jefferies because, precisely, it was so cheap. "The weakness of the share price in the face of what should be net inflows is something of a mystery to us, but we expect technical factors to continue to predominate through to Monday", the broker's analysts wrote on November 25. Unilever, which currently has a price tag of about £120 billion, will see its weight in the FTSE 100 more than double to 3.9%, Jefferies analysts pointed out. Alliance News
philanderer: Here's the Telegraph market report: ....A “mystery” share price weakness for Unilever turned into a buying opportunity for investors on Wednesday, after an analyst said the owner of Marmite looked inexplicably cheap. Jefferies’ Martin Deboo said the consumer goods company may present a “fresh buying opportunity” after its unification completes next week, with a reweighting of its stock likely to prompt major inflows. Investors did not hang around, with the company’s shares rising 220p to £45.60, leading risers on a weak day for the FTSE 100. HTTPS://
essentialinvestor: Hi Phil, Q&A on the conference call interesting, they provide a lot of granularity on the answers. As one example, on a laundry product in their South American markets they have rolled out a super concentrated detergent(reformulation) which is diluted with water before use. As a result of the packaging and cost of sale savings, Ulvr can reduce the equivalent product price by 20%, helping to remain competitive in a recessionary climate.
magli: Whats driving it ? This ? Unilever Plc (UK) and Unilever NV (Netherlands): UnificationInformative Notice - Update05 November 2020FTSE Russell notes the approval of the UK High court on 02 November 2020 for the Unification of the Unilever Group to be effected through a cross-border merger between Unilever Plc (UK, B10RZP7, Global Large Cap, FTSE 100) and Unilever NV (Netherlands, B1527V7, Global Large Cap). Shareholders in Unilever NV will receive one share in Unilever Plc for each share held. As a reminder, FTSE Russell intends to implement the Unification as follows:Wednesday 25 November 2020 (at market close):Ranking for the replacement for Unilever NV within its fixed indexes (e.g. Eurofirst 300).Friday 27 November 2020:The last day of trading in Unilever NV on Euronext Amsterdam.Monday 30 November 2020 (from market open):The new Unilever Plc consideration shares will commence trade on London Stock Exchange.Unilever NV will be deleted from all FTSE Russell Indexes.Unilever Plc will remain within its existing FTSE Russell indexes with shares increased in accordance with the merger terms (across all FTSE Russell indexes, including the FTSE 100).
philanderer: Afternoon everyone, ULVR the best one of my lot today by a mile... love the smell of Lifebuoy :-)
hardupbank: This seems to be a proactive company. Far too proactive imo. Despite having a solid base of existing products, it is off on a wild wild venture that will leave the pickings to more realistic producers. While it dreams of future plant-based wonder foods, in reality it is dependent on its current profitable junk foods (such as ice cream). Better to work on reducing its use of plastics to green-up. Troublingly, it is like a two headed monster. It doesn't know which head to chop off or whether to stitch the two together. Either way it is obsessed with this internal struggle and will exhaust itself in the process. People realise this and the share price will continue to slide until these issues are addressed and resolved. Ref: Unilever Website.
philanderer: Not so far today ;-) 'Unilever shares set to rise ahead of Q3 earnings, HQ unification nears' The Anglo-Dutch consumer goods company has delivered a resilient performance amid the backdrop of Covid-19 and is set to see its share price climb higher if it can deliver strong Q3 earnings this month and unify its HQ in the UK. HTTPS://
essentialinvestor: All, Phil might be able to offer a better insight than myself, he usually looks at all the main broker views. It's difficult to say to be fair as is this already in the price given recent ULVR underperformance against the sector...?. What I would be more confident in saying is IF the share price takes a hit on the update (unless this is abysmal) it may be a decent buying opportunity.
azalea: ULVR share price has been up and down like a yo yo for several weeks, down circa 65p this morning. I can only attribute this to traders.
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