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Nestlé S.A. (NESN.SW)

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118.82+1.02 (+0.87%)
At close: 05:30PM CET
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Previous close117.80
Open117.92
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask118.82 x 0
Day's range117.08 - 119.00
52-week range95.00 - 124.16
Volume3,815,436
Avg. volume3,454,384
Market cap334.652B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.22
PE ratio (TTM)27.70
EPS (TTM)4.29
Earnings date17 Feb 2022
Forward dividend & yield2.75 (2.33%)
Ex-dividend date19 Apr 2021
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    Nestle aims to nearly double sales via e-commerce by 2025

    Nestle will push sales of its products to consumers directly via its own online channels, or direct to consumer, Nestle CEO Mark Schneider said, building on the success of Nespresso coffee pods and Purina PetCare, which are increasingly being sold directly to consumers via Nespresso.com and Purina.co.uk. "We plan to take (e-commerce) sales from about 13% in 2020 to 25% by 2025," Bernard Meunier, head of Nestle's strategic business units and marketing and sales, said at a virtual investor summit. This will be achieved by increasing digital marketing investment to 70% by 2025 from 47% in 2020, Meunier added.

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    The company's revenue was $126.7 million, compared with only $1.4 million year over year, with most of the increase from collaboration revenue from Seres' co-commercialization license agreement with Nestlé Health Science. The improved financial numbers were only part of the story. On Wednesday, Seres said it had established a collaboration with Swiss pharmaceutical company Bacthera to manufacture SER-109, Seres' lead therapy to treat recurrent Clostridioides difficle infection (rCDI).