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Share Price: 4,361.50Bid: 4,365.50Ask: 4,367.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Unilever
Spread: 1.50Spread as %: 0.03%Open: 4,345.00High: 4,408.00Low: 4,344.00Yesterday’s Close: 4,361.50


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OnePlusTwo
Posts: 6
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4,231.50
Ingredients
Thu 10:16
Also read section in today's RNS - "Foods & Refreshment"

Hope this helps
 
OnePlusTwo
Posts: 6
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4,230.00
Ingedients
Thu 10:12
See Unilever Shares News section at top of screen - Section on Palm Oil

Unilever said by email it publicly disclosed suppliers and mill details and was committed to increasing traceability in the palm oil supply chain "and to working with our suppliers and partners to resolve issues."

Unilever also said it was examining "details behind the investigation to determine the right approach and next steps".
Pippa_Peaches
Posts: 84
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4,198.00
Ingredients
Mon 04:15
Is unilever using healthy ingredients?
Pippa_Peaches
Posts: 84
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4,198.00
Palm Oil
Mon 04:13
Is this one of the greatest health issues that consumers face? With record levels of obesity what is the future risk of compaies being sued for billions for using poor/cheap ingredients?
driftking27
Posts: 1,297
Opinion:Sell
Price:4,072.50
SOLD before mad rush
15 Jun '18
I sold 414 before the mad rush starts .. looking st a staying on side lines for now..
driftking27
Posts: 1,297
Opinion:Sell
Price:4,090.00
Unilever disappearing from FTSE
15 Jun '18
Where are investors going to move there money before they move?

I’m thinking to MYI or more BATS?

https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2018-06-14/amazon-whole-foods-is-bitter-pill-for-campbell-soup-to-kraft-hein
driftking27
Posts: 1,297
Opinion:Hold
Price:4,000.00
So...
2 May '18
I have 753 ULVR, and was holding out for Unilever hopefully gaining traction back to 5000p!!

So, with ULVR HQ relocating back to Netherlands, does that mean that Unilever will become delisted from FTSE??
Nomadicranger
Posts: 21
Opinion:Hold
Price:3,866.00
Dividend Hike
24 Apr '18
The Anglo-Dutch company, which last month announced plans to consolidate its global headquarters in Rotterdam instead of London, also hiked its dividend by 8 per cent and unveiled plans for a �6bn (�5.2bn) share buyback starting in May. Turnover down due to unfavourable currency exchange movements. I am glad I have topped up here as one of my bottom drawer shares, happy with this news regarding buyback and dividend. Continues to bring in the cash. Hopefully if remains at this PE ratio or lower, will try and top up a few more.
toffappleton
Posts: 41
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3,756.00
RE: Ray Dalio
16 Mar '18
Bad call. They�d do better to short American donkeys, like Amazon, Facebook and all the other American tech trash, that trades at obscene valuations rather than cash cows that generate billions in profits and pay heft dividends. As usual the bubbles originate in the land of gun slaughter.
WorldGoRound
Posts: 507
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3,775.00
RE: FT report about Dutch HQ
15 Mar '18
Generally The French German Dutch Supermarket Food Production is miles
ahead of The UK big four.
The production levels are astonishing.I mean choice and ranges.
UK cannot compete.
There are many trade secrets and much know how.
Everything in a Country hinges of food.Quality of food.
If the population has poor food brains dont develop properly and you get a
tribe of cretins who cant think properly!
There are many working class in our land who think 3 sausage rolls from Greggs at a pound
consitutes an aedequate childs lunch.Complete idiots!
WorldGoRound
Posts: 507
Opinion:Hold
Price:3,777.50
HQ going Dutch-German instead of UK
15 Mar '18
Pulling out of London and cant say we blame them.London is a bit of an old jar of Marmite really.
Economies of scale will make for more efficiency in seller if a bit alienated Rotterdam.
The Govts mismanagement of Housing and Transport and Crime Control in london is driving firms away.
Riff Raff from all 4 corners of The Globe is not helping either.
Benelux chooses to enforce mega tight EU Residence Permit rules.
All the way from Calais to Antwerp its tightly controlled.All EU incomers report to The Police every 3 months.
If they are not working the permit is refused.
UK could do this if it chose.But it doesnt.
Thats why the streets of Brugge are so clean and free,
UK doesnt need to leave The EU to control incomers it just needs to enforce UK RESidence Permit rules
for EU citizens.If they are not working or criminals then OUT.
Gerry557
Posts: 3,791
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3,791.00
HQ
15 Mar '18
is going Dutch, although this is no surprise as it offers more security over being taken over and if you have had one scare I can see why they chose that option. Not great for Britain!

The dutch getting rid of withholding tax and ULVR being allowed to issue divis as capital until this has been sorted shows the behind the scenes carve up going on. Doubt the local market trader would have had the same treatment.

Still the UK government would be getting stick if they had "assisted" this big corp.
Orangetree
Posts: 370
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3,755.50
Ray Dalio
5 Mar '18
One of the world biggest asset management firm is shorting Unilever to the tune of $1bn and placed $22bn worth of bearish bets on Europe biggest businesses. http://bit.ly/2FS9YOp
regvarny
Posts: 2,711
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3,733.00
FT report about Dutch HQ
22 Feb '18
Error, the Dutch have a population of just 17million. The historic Dutch Uni/Van den berg margerine business has now been divested to KKR for �6billion. What is effectively left is the Lever Brothers soap business. Which always has been Headquartered in UK. This is whats wrong with Europe minnow states running the show. Dutch tail wagging the British dog. I suspect why Unilever did not buy Cadbury, was it would have made the company too British and scuppered the incumbent directors and Dutch Government plans to turn the company Dutch
regvarny
Posts: 2,711
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3,730.00
FT report about Dutch HQ
22 Feb '18
FT report this morning , Unllever becoming soley a Dutch HQ concern. What do you expect with a Dutch Ceo and French chairman at the helm. Lord Lever would turn in his grave at the prospect. Britain with a population 65 million. the Dutch with 21 million. All I can say to investors support British companies Reckitt, GSK, ABF instead. I'm not investing in anything that's a land grab by a foreign state. No wonder the Ditch Premier was all smiles when he met Mrs May at Downing Street the other day.
goodshare
Posts: 4,110
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3,802.50
Just read this on a tweet
13 Feb '18
They should be ashamed........Unilever! A very much changed company these days.
Management a very much changed breed than 50 years ago.
Half of them don't know what's going on on the shop floor.
Maybe they don't need to.?.
Announced today they are removing advertising Bon Google & Facebook. They also moved Birds Eye Production away from this country.
They also Robbed my wife of her Pension after more than 30 years of good hard working service.
Not the only one ! .several hundred qualifiers was handed an application slip by the shop Stewards .
This was the only official system I'm aware of otherwise you have not been entered . No follow up , if you was away on holiday you was not handed an application form.
Our impress afterwards , well the company won't let the one or three be left off the official list .But They Did.
A time limit was set if this claim was not handled within a set time it was lost.
Claim was made after this time but was rejected even using a local MP to add weight to the claim. No go .
So my wife and anyone have lost out, after it was instructed by the European court these pensions had to be paid.
A guesstimate loss todate £45000/ plus. And counting. 23 years.
ADrunkenMarcus
Posts: 37
Opinion:Buy
Price:3,833.00
RE: starting
12 Feb '18
I make it a 3.8 percent forward dividend yield nimrod22, if we take the 147p I saw estimated for 2019 and apply it to a 3835p share price. Not a bad entry point IMHO! I hold a big proportion of my portfolio in ULVR since buying on weakness in 2013.
nimrod22
Posts: 675
Opinion:Buy
Price:3,773.50
starting
9 Feb '18
to look oversold. Should be a good point to start buying in stages.
Gerry557
Posts: 3,791
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3,981.25
?40
12 Jan '18
SP will now give you some change out of �40. Still quite expensive, although I said that at �32 and hindsight shows that I was wrong at the time.

Maybe I should be looking at the value rather than the price? Hopefully the start of a dip
my2penneth
Posts: 1,738
Opinion:Hold
Price:4,178.50
Mamma Mia
6 Dec '17
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2017/12/06/unilever-fined-than60m-ice-cream-market-abuse/

Reuters News Agency
6 DECEMBER 2017 • 7:31PM
Italy’s antitrust agency said on Wednesday it had fined Unilever’s Italian unit more than €60m (£53m) for abusing its dominant position in the country’s ice cream market.

It said Unilever had abused its position in single-wrapped so-called impulse ice creams, intended for immediate consumption, which it sells through its “Algida” brand.

The local unit of the world’s biggest ice cream maker said in a statement it rejected the agency’s conclusion and would appeal.

Italian authorities started the probe in 2013 when a small producer of organic fruit lollies called La Bomba accused Unilever of forcing local retailers not to sell its popsicles.

La Bomba, based in the seaside town of Rimini, said Unilever had struck deals with operators of beach resort, bars and campsites to exclusively sell the bigger firm’s ice creams.

La Bomba makes less than €1m a year.

Italians ate €5.15bn-worth of ice cream in 2015, according to the antitrust agency, and sales of individually-wrapped treats were worth €780m.

“The market for ice cream (to be consumed) outside the home is a highly competitive one in which artisan and industrial, bulk and packaged products compete for the consumer’s attention in a fragmented landscape that is like no other in Europe,” Unilever said.
Pipk
Posts: 342
Opinion:Buy
Price:4,224.00
Market Drop
11 Nov '17
Several brokers looking at a 10% market correction in next 1-2 weeks, can see ULVR following market by 5% then bouncing back 10% in next 3-4 weeks, GLA.
Qzqz
Posts: 1,553
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4,230.50
RE: NEWS TODAY
27 Oct '17
Still going in the right direction ... soon be up there were we belong..:)
Qzqz
Posts: 1,553
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4,225.00
RE: NEWS TODAY
26 Oct '17
A good day today, possibly a few divi hunters around,
We are a "strong buy "on the monthly futures..
Qzqz
Posts: 1,553
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4,088.50
RE: NEWS TODAY
25 Oct '17
All good news, Bob6 keep it coming we certainly need it. :) nice divi...




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