KTF.SG - Mondelez International Inc. Reg

Stuttgart - Stuttgart Delayed price. Currency in EUR
34.738
+0.338 (+0.983%)
At close: 7:44PM CEST
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Previous close34.400
Open34.431
Bid0.000 x 250000
Ask0.000 x 250000
Day's range34.431 - 34.738
52-week range33.501 - 43.350
Volume192
Avg. volume228
Market capN/A
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  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Nestle, Unilever think small in Big Food's sales quest

    Nestle and Unilever (Amsterdam: UZ8.AS - news) both snapped up small, artisanal brands on Thursday, part of a drive by big food firms to boost slowing sales with products seen as ethical or healthy. Changing consumer tastes and habits have rocked the processed food sector, letting upstarts steal market share from traditional brands with the growth of e-commerce, social media and interest in sustainability and health. Natural, organic, artisanal or plant-based products have been a bright spot in an otherwise tepid market, where the need to buy growth and cut costs led to Danone (LSE: 0KFX.L - news) 's purchase of WhiteWave and failed attempts by Kraft Heinz (Swiss: KHC.SW - news) to buy Unilever and Mondelez to buy Hershey.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    How fair is our food? Big companies take reins on sourcing schemes

    From cocoa to tea, food and drink giants are setting their own standards for ethical sourcing of raw materials, moving away from third-party labels such as Fairtrade. Mondelez International (Frankfurt: A1J4U0 - news) , owner of chocolate brands Cadbury and Toblerone, Unilever (NYSE: UL - news) , behind tea brands such as Lipton and PG Tips, and Barry Callebaut (IOB: 0QO7.IL - news) , the world's biggest producer of chocolate and cocoa products, have all introduced their own schemes.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    How fair is our food? Big companies take reins on sourcing schemes

    From cocoa to tea, food and drink giants are setting their own standards for ethical sourcing of raw materials, moving away from third-party labels such as Fairtrade. Mondelez International (MDLZ.O), owner of chocolate brands Cadbury and Toblerone, Unilever (ULVR.L), behind tea brands such as Lipton and PG Tips, and Barry Callebaut, the world's biggest producer of chocolate and cocoa products, have all introduced their own schemes.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Corporate profits to take more hits from Ukraine cyber attack

    TORONTO/FRANKFURT, Aug 2 (Reuters) - The cyber attack that crippled Ukraine businesses and spread worldwide to shut down shipping ports, factories and businesses has taken a costly toll on the results of major U.S. and European companies in the latest quarter, with more to come. Cadbury chocolate maker Mondelez and freight logistics company FedEx Corp are among five multinational firms, three from the United States and two in Europe, to report material financial damage in the closing days of the second quarter from the cyber "worm" known as NotPetya. Mondelez International Inc (Frankfurt: A1J4U0 - news) , the world's second-largest confectionary company, reported a 5 percent drop in quarterly sales on Wednesday, blaming shipping and invoicing delays caused by the attack on computer networks that started on June 27.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Cyber 'worm' attack hits global corporate earnings

    Costly cyber attacks are having a bigger impact on corporate earnings and are becoming a fact of life for companies as Oreo cookie maker Mondelez, drug maker Merck (LSE: 0O14.L - news) and others said that a destructive "worm" attack in the last week of the second quarter disrupted operations. Mondelez International Inc (Frankfurt: A1J4U0 - news) , the world's second-largest confectionary company, reported a 5 percent drop in quarterly sales on Wednesday, blaming shipping and invoicing delays caused by the June 27 attack of the worm, known as NotPetya. Other NotPetya victims include Merck (Jakarta: 28586808.JK - news) & Co Inc, which last week warned that NotPetya had halted production of some drugs, saying it has yet to understand the full costs associated with the attack.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Merck says cyber attack halted production, will hurt profits

    NEW YORK/LAS VEGAS, July 28 (Reuters) - Drug and vaccine maker Merck (Jakarta: 28586808.JK - news) & Co Inc said it suffered a worldwide disruption of its operations when it was the victim of an international cyber attack in June, halting production of its drugs, which will hurt its profits for the rest of the year. The company said it does not yet understand the full magnitude of the impact as it is in the process of restoring manufacturing operations. Merck (LSE: 0O14.L - news) said it was confident that it will be able to maintain a continuous supply of its top-selling and life-saving drugs, including cancer drug Keytruda, diabetes drug Januvia and hepatitis C drug Zepatier.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    Reckitt Benckiser cuts sales forecast after cyber attack

    British consumer goods maker Reckitt Benckiser (Xetra: A0M1W6 - news) trimmed its sales forecasts on Thursday, becoming one of the first companies to put a cost on a global cyber attack that disrupted its manufacturing and distribution. Reckitt Benckiser, which makes Dettol and Lysol disinfectants, Nurofen tablets and Durex condoms, said it estimated like-for-like revenue in the second quarter would fall 2 percent from a year earlier because of the attack, which hit three days before the quarter ended. The cyber blindside came at a bad time for Reckitt Benckiser after its weakest performance in 15 years in the first quarter, when a collapse of its business in South Korea and a failed Scholl product innovation left sales unchanged..

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    Major cyber attack disrupts businesses around world

    FRANKFURT/MOSCOW/KIEV, June 28 (Reuters) - A cyber attack wreaked havoc around the globe on Wednesday, crippling thousands of computers, disrupting operations at ports from Mumbai to Los Angeles and halting production at a chocolate factory in Australia. The virus is believed to have first taken hold on Tuesday in Ukraine where it silently infected computers after users downloaded a popular tax accounting package or visited a local news site, national police and international cyber experts said. More than 30 victims paid up but security experts are questioning whether extortion was the goal, given the relatively small sum demanded, or whether the hackers were driven by destructive motives rather than financial gain.

  • Nestle loses appeal over Kit Kat trademark
    AFP5 months ago

    Nestle loses appeal over Kit Kat trademark

    Nestle has lost its legal bid to register the shape of a four-finger Kit Kat chocolate bar as a trademark in Britain

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    Premier Foods to focus on costs after tough year

    Premier Foods (Frankfurt: A1JWNB - news) reported lower full-year sales and earnings on Tuesday due to a weaker pound and the rising price of raw materials and said it will focus more on cutting costs and generating cash. The maker of Mr Kipling cakes and Bisto gravy said the change in strategy was to ensure Premier (BSE: 500540.BO - news) can continue to work toward its ultimate goal of reducing its debt in an uncertain economic environment. "You're always much more certain when it comes to things like cash and costs, because they're within your control," Chief (Taiwan OTC: 3345.TWO - news) Executive Gavin Darby told Reuters in an interview.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 months ago

    Kraft walks away from 'friendly' bid for Unilever

    U.S. food company Kraft Heinz (Swiss: KHC.SW - news) Co withdrew its proposal for a $143-billion merger with larger rival Unilever Plc, the companies said on Sunday, raising questions about whether Kraft will turn its focus to another target. Kraft had made a surprise offer for Unilever to build a global consumer goods behemoth that was flatly rejected on Friday by Unilever, the maker of Lipton tea and Dove soap. Kraft withdrew its offer because it felt it was too difficult to negotiate a deal following the public disclosure of its bid so soon after its approach to Unilever, according to people familiar with the matter who requested anonymity to discuss confidential deliberations.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 months ago

    Kraft withdraws offer to merge with Unilever

    U.S. food company Kraft Heinz (Swiss: KHC.SW - news) Co withdrew its proposal for a $143-billion merger with larger rival Unilever Plc (NYSE: UL - news) , the companies said on Sunday, raising questions about whether Kraft could turn its focus to another target. Kraft had made a surprise offer for Unilever to build a global consumer goods behemoth that was flatly rejected on Friday by Unilever, the maker of Lipton tea and Dove soap. Kraft withdrew its offer because it felt it was too difficult to negotiate a deal following the public disclosure of its bid so soon after its approach to Unilever, according to people familiar with the matter who requested anonymity to discuss confidential deliberations.

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 months ago

    Cadbury owner Mondelez raises some prices on weak pound, higher cocoa cost

    Cadbury chocolate owner Mondelez International said it is taking selective price increases across its brands, as it grapples with higher commodity costs and a weaker British pound. Mondelez in November attracted consumer criticism when it changed the shape of its Toblerone bars, putting more space between its distinctive jagged peaks, in order to recoup some higher costs. Britain's Guardian newspaper reported that Mondelez was raising the price of its Freddo bars from 25 pence to 30 pence in the spring.

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