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Unilever Share Price (ULVR)



Share Price Information for Unilever (ULVR)


Share Price: 2,992.00Bid: 2,991.00Ask: 2,992.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Unilever
Spread: 1.00Spread as %: 0.03%Open: 3,000.00High: 3,017.00Low: 2,967.00Yesterday’s Close: 2,992.00
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Unilever Plc Ord 3 1/9P

Unilever is listed in the FTSE 100, FTSE All-Share, FTSE 350, FTSE 350 Low Yield
Unilever is part of the Personal Goods sector






Share Price SpacerPrice
2992.00

Share Price SpacerBid
2991.00

Share Price SpacerAsk
2992.00

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0%0.00

Share Price SpacerVolume
4,112,191

Share Price SpacerOpen
3,000.00

Share Price SpacerHigh
3,017.00

Share Price SpacerLow
2,967.00

Share Price SpacerClose
2,992.00

Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 1,283.46m £38,401.09m 750

52 Week High 3,087.00 52 Week High Date 16-APR-2015
52 Week Low 2,397.00 52 Week Low Date 24-OCT-2014

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
10,496 1,689,416 2,421,972 21.039 142.21 90.65 3.03


London South East Users info for Unilever




Date
Time
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Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
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Value
 

17-Apr-15
17:08:15
2,992.00
6,400
Buy* 
2,991.00
2,992.00
191.49k
Trade Type:
Ordinary
Deletion

17-Apr-15
16:39:07
2,992.00
3,060
Buy* 
2,991.00
2,992.00
91.56k
Trade Type:
Ordinary
Deletion
Bargain conditions apply

17-Apr-15
16:36:28
2,992.00
10,809
Buy* 
2,991.00
2,992.00
323.41k
Trade Type:
Ordinary
Deletion
Bargain conditions apply


*Buys and Sells are calculated on the difference between the trade price and the current mid price. As such, they can occasionally be incorrect.

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Directors Deals for Unilever (ULVR)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
11-Mar-15Buy Dividends
Trade Notifier Information for Unilever
Jean-Marc Hut held the position of CFO at Unilever at the time of this trade.
 Jean-Marc Hut
2823GBX776166693
11-Mar-15Buy Dividends
Trade Notifier Information for Unilever
Paul Polman held the position of CEO at Unilever at the time of this trade.
 Paul Polman
2823GBX1,155312965
11-Mar-15Buy Dividends
Trade Notifier Information for Unilever
Jean-Marc Hut held the position of CFO at Unilever at the time of this trade.
 Jean-Marc Hut
2823GBX121166693
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Date/Time
Author
Subject
Share Price
Opinion
Fri 07:12
MY21
Daily Telegraph
3,011.00
No Opinion

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. Group sales fell by 2.7% to €48.4 billion last year after being dragged down by extremely volatile foreign currency markets, so the change in fortunes is encouraging. Unilever may be struggling with a sluggish performance in developed markets, which contribute 40% of sales, but profits in the year ahead will be helped by falling commodity prices. Mr Huet said that these usually take between four to six months to feed through to the company’s results but will benefit profits “without a doubt” in the second half of the year. The shares are highly rated, trading on 22 times forecast earnings. However, there is a possibility that product prices in Europe could begin to recover following the European Central Bank’s decision to launch a €1.1 trillion quantitative easing programme in January. Meanwhile, falling commodity costs should push profits up faster than sales in the second half. Unilever is a quality company and one that investors should be happy to hold on to. Given the fair winds expected in the year ahead, we maintain that long-term recommendation. Unilever at £30.11+77p. Questor Says “Hold”.
Thu 15:27
oldabutnowisa
Lower £ also helps
3,029.00
Strong Buy

The divi is denomd in Euros so our divi will seem even better as the £ falls and at last the £ IS falling,
Thu 09:21
clarkrob
RE: Headwinds turn to Tailwinds
3,071.00
No Opinion

And to think I bought Unilever as my "boring" share! Good morning.
Thu 08:43
Gerry557
Headwinds turn to Tailwinds
3,040.00
No Opinion

and the divi is up by 6% to boot. Whats not to like?
23 Jan '15
Gerry557
Morningstar's Erin Lash take Pt 2
2,826.00
No Opinion

cont ........... In December, Unilever disclosed its intentions to separate its developed market spreads business into a standalone segment, which will be 100% owned by the parent company; however, we don't think this will meaningfully change the business’ prospects. Rather, we think this news signals the business is noncore, despite management’s commentary to the contrary, and could eventually lead the firm to cut ties with this flagging segment, in line with recent efforts. - See more at: http://www.morningstar.co.uk/uk/news/133410/unilever-retains-economic-moat.aspx#sthash.3e0oK0SP.dpuf
23 Jan '15
Gerry557
Morningstar's Erin Lash take Pt1
2,830.00
No Opinion

Intense competitive pressures and tepid consumer spending persist, as evidenced by Unilever’s (ULVR) results, but we contend the firm’s brand intangible asset and cost edge, which form the basis of our wide moat, remain firmly in place. While we aren’t adjusting our EUR 33 fair value estimate, we’re now incorporating spot exchange rates to value its other share classes, which drives our fair value estimate changes to £24.92, down from £26.83. This will enable us to more appropriately account for the present environment, and our fair value estimates will continue to ebb and flow with spot rate changes. For the quarter, organic sales rose 2.1%, reflecting higher prices as volumes slipped 0.4%. Emerging markets, which make up 57% of sales, have slowed significantly from a year ago, up just 5.7% for fiscal 2014 compared with 8.7% growth in fiscal 2013. However, we believe the firm’s tenure in these regions which dates back more than 50 to 100 years in some instances and its subsequent grasp of consumer trends, combined with investments in new products and marketing will ensure Unilever is well positioned when growth resumes. North America posted 2% underlying sales growth driven by a balanced contribution from price and volume, though we aren’t blind to the fact that this compares to a weak period last year, when sales fell 2.4%. Given management’s commentary that promotional spending in U.S. hair care and deodorants is running rampant, it will take a few more quarters before we view this uptick as sustainable. Unilever’s efficiency initiatives appear to be gaining traction, as core operating margins expanded 40 basis points to 14.5%. The company noted that 20%-25% of its EUR 20 billion cost base is at least partly affected by oil prices, which should prove a low-single-digit tailwind in the 2015. We still expect operating margins to improve to around 16% over our 10-year explicit forecast. Emerging markets were again weighed down by trade destocking in Chinese hypermarkets, hampering sales in the country, which represents about EUR 2 billion in annual sales or 4% of its total, by around 20%. The impact is likely to be felt through the first quarter of 2015, given the tough comparison from a year ago. Management still expects growth to resume over the course of the year, though, as consumer demand has not subsided to the same degree, which we perceive to be reasonable. Food remained a weak spot, with underlying sales down 0.6% in fiscal 2014. Spreads, about 7% of consolidated sales and 10% of operating income, has been Unilever’s Achilles’ heel within this business, with underlying sales falling more than 3% in fiscal 2013 and down a similar level through the first nine months of this year. Management didn’t quantify the decline in the fourth quarter but we don’t suspect it materially improved.

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