Unilever Plc

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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 4,029.00 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
4,022.00 4,023.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Consumer Goods Diversified 60,073.00 7,642.00 290.70 14.32 105,932.23
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 4,029.00 GBX

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Date Time Title Posts
31/5/202309:44Unilever - The Dream and Safe Ticket2,707
11/2/202215:16Good Gain Today-
02/2/202220:20::: UNILEVER 2021 :::39
25/1/202216:18Holding Steady-

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Unilever (ULVR) Most Recent Trades

Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
2023-05-31 16:29:364,058.8262925,529.99O
2023-05-31 16:29:354,060.404,826195,955.00O
2023-05-31 16:29:344,060.421,21949,496.52O
2023-05-31 16:29:344,056.572,10885,512.50O
2023-05-31 16:29:344,060.4573729,925.54O

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Posted at 31/5/2023 09:44 by tuftymatt
Nice price at just over 4400 👍🏻

I have put an order in for a few more at 4010 if it comes off a bit again.

Posted at 30/5/2023 15:50 by mastey
Yes a bit of the fall is down to defensive nature of the co , however I believe the market had come to the conclusion that the consumer will not longer accept the price rises seen across Unilever brands. If they carry on like they have,the market believes they will see sales volumes fall . Or if they stop some of these ,in some cases profiteering rises, they will see margin compression . Only time will tell but I think the market is right. I won’t be adding to my position a long term hold that has done nicely but not so nicely lately!
Posted at 30/5/2023 15:22 by dancing piranha
I'm tempted to sell a few others to buy at this price!

Unfortunately, they are imminently due to go XD...

Posted at 28/4/2023 10:48 by philanderer
UBS raises Unilever price target to 3,150 (3,020) pence - 'sell'

Berenberg raises Unilever price target to 5,220 (5,120) pence - 'buy'

Posted at 27/4/2023 16:12 by philanderer
Solid update, happy to hold.

ULVR now my largest portfolio holding by value.

Posted at 25/4/2023 15:35 by wad collector
I do like to see a share price climb in the days before a TU.
Not that it could have leaked of course, I am sure that there is complete security.

Posted at 08/9/2022 16:41 by bend1pa
Nothing good about share buybacks. More often than not they fail to improve the share price in the long term. Mediocre share price performance is the main reason for buybacks. But instead of wasting millions on buying their own shares which could end up causing a substantial loss as an exercise, why not try to spend the money on improving productivity or buying small successful companies whilst they are still under the radar.

Those that think buybacks are such a great idea it ain't working too well so far with ULVR, or in particular try MKS and their disastrous £150m buyback scheme in 2015.


Posted at 18/1/2022 18:56 by brwo349
Just because the ULVR share price is down 11% does not mean the deal is dead. Remember a few years ago when shell paid 47 billion for BG gas, I checked back and according to the Guardian ---

>>BG’s share price surged 27% to £12.06 on the news, while Shell shares fell 8.6% to £21.16.<<

So the deal may still be on although I hope not.

Posted at 18/1/2022 10:29 by careful
The lower the ulvr share price the more shares they have to pay to secure the deal.
the deal will soon start to tempt gsk.
millions more cut price ulvr shares + cash.

it is the low ulvr share price that coulds kill this off.

Posted at 17/1/2022 10:09 by tabhair
Market usually loves this sort of deal making, so for the ULVR share price to react so negatively tells you all you need to know that this is a hare-brained deal.

To ram this through, serious debt would need to be taken on, the dividend would probably need to be cut for awhile, there'd also likely be some disposals (lots of value lost to the investment banks and government). A lot of pain would have to be taken to buy an asset that isn't cheap to acquire, will be low growth and has questionable synergy value.

I think in the longer-term, there's a very real prospect that Unilever itself may become a target. It's performing so poorly under the current weak management, is valued well below peers in the US and has already seen a bid from Kraft/Buffett rebuffed. Given how badly the company has performed the last bid I think Unilever is in a much weaker position to knock back any new bids.

Needless to say, as a shareholder I am really annoyed by this management team. Terry Smith really nailed it in his comments last week. It's time for shareholders to vote them out during the next AGM.

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