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Unilever PLC (UL)

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59.90-1.00 (-1.64%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

59.89 -0.01 (-0.02%)
After hours: 4:16PM EDT

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Previous close60.90
Open59.96
Bid59.80 x 800
Ask59.91 x 900
Day's range59.31 - 59.98
52-week range44.06 - 62.94
Volume1,210,992
Avg. volume898,993
Market cap160.754B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.33
PE ratio (TTM)23.70
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield1.88 (3.08%)
Ex-dividend date06 Aug 2020
1y target estN/A
  • Dutch vote brings Unilever step closer to unification
    Reuters

    Dutch vote brings Unilever step closer to unification

    Unilever NV shareholders approved plans to end the Anglo-Dutch company's dual-headed corporate structure and form a London-based entity, which it says will make dealmaking simpler. Unilever wants to unify on Nov. 22, ending 90 years as a hybrid since Britain's soap-making Lever Brothers merged with Margarine Unie in the Netherlands. To go ahead the plan must also be approved by investors in Britain's Unilever Plc, who are due to vote on Oct. 12.

  • Unilever pressing on with unification despite Dutch 'exit tax' proposal - CEO
    Reuters

    Unilever pressing on with unification despite Dutch 'exit tax' proposal - CEO

    Alan Jope, the chief executive of Unilever <ULVR.L> <UNc.AS>, said on Monday the company would press on with plans to unify despite a Dutch opposition party proposal calling for an "exit tax" on the firm if it moves to a single British parent company and headquarters as planned. At a meeting at which holders of the company's Dutch shares are expected to approve unification, Jope repeated the tax proposal is at an early stage and Unilever believes it would violate international law. Unilever says the tax could cost it up to 11 billion euros and would be a reason to stop the unification.

  • Unilever's Dutch shareholders vote on unification, HQ move
    Reuters

    Unilever's Dutch shareholders vote on unification, HQ move

    Shareholders of Unilever NV <UNA.AS> in the Netherlands are expected to back plans to unify the consumer goods giant under a single parent company based in London and end 90 years as an Anglo-Dutch hybrid. The result of an online vote will be released on Monday during an extraordinary shareholders' meeting streamed online due to the coronavirus, with investors in British Unilever Plc <ULVR.L> due to vote on Oct. 12. If approved by both sides, Unilever hopes to unify on Nov. 22.

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