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Unilever PLC (ULVR.L)

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Previous close4,356.50
Open4,348.50
Bid4,330.00 x 7700
Ask4,400.00 x 40000
Day's range4,334.50 - 4,397.00
52-week range3,050.50 - 4,428.50
Volume1,447,243
Avg. volume2,438,206
Market cap123.27B
Beta1.07
PE ratio (TTM)20.94
EPS (TTM)208.2
Earnings date17 Jan 2017 - 23 Jan 2017
Dividend & yield1.51 (2.63%)
Ex-dividend date2017-05-04
1y target est44.53
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