... ahead of expectations and SP has risen accordingly. Is the divi down a tad on last year? Maybe its the exchange rates, I haven't looked to closely.
I wanted to add to these and was hoping to buy on the dips. Unfortunately the dips didnt get below 2500 was I being too greedy. I thought that was still expensive but maybe you need to allow some premium to get good companies with quarterly dividends. With a P/E over 20's what is a decent price?
Unilever enjoys solid first-half: Unilever sells household products that most of us use every day. Brand loyalty and a strong market position allows it to push through price increases that match the inflationary pressure on costs that give investors steadily rising profits and dividends. The encouraging signs for the company, that makes everything from Dove soap to Hellmans mayonnaise, was that sales growth in emerging markets accelerated to 6.5% in the three months to the end of June, up from… Read More
A dividend paying share to hold forever: Consumer goods giant Unilever pays steady dividends and has an excellent track record of generating cash. Unilever, which makes Dove soap, Lipton tea and Hellmann’s mayonnaise, said it is starting to see stronger sales growth after developing premium versions of existing brands. Unilever saw total revenues rise 12.3% to €12.8 billion (£9.2 billion) in the three months to the end of March. Most of that jump came from currency movements.… Read More
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