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  • R
    Emmet - tell your Dallas kidnapper friend that it’s fiction.
  • A
    Trading right now will be at every wise individual list. In few weeks you will be ecstatic with the decision you make today
  • M
    Let them go Emmet
  • s
    The markets in the 🇺🇸 ARE down
    Food & restaurant stocks doing well
  • s
    Unilever has just been confirmed by a billionaire investor, top 10 investor in ULVR as a troublesome company. Front page of FT
  • N
    On July 19, 2021, Ben & Jerry’s announced it would no longer sell its ice cream in the "Occupied Palestinian Territory," referring to the West Bank and Gaza Strip.

    The company said the move did not mean Ben & Jerry’s was exiting or boycotting Israel and was specifically not a part of the "Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) movement."

    "We will stay in Israel through a different business arrangement," the ice cream company said.

    Unilever backed the move saying, "We also welcome the fact that Ben & Jerry’s will stay in Israel," noted the lawmakers in their letter.

    "There is strong reason to believe that these July 19 statements were knowingly and recklessly false," the GOP senators wrote, referencing an Israeli law that prohibits targeted boycotts based on location.

    "Effectively, that means Ben & Jerry’s can stay and sell in all of Israel, including the OPT referenced in the firm’s July 19 statement, or it can leave Israel entirely," the lawmakers wrote. "But it cannot remain in the country in the way it publicly said it would: partially-in, partially-out."

    The senators alleged that Ben & Jerry’s knew the proposal to move sales from the West Bank and Gaza Strip were a violation of Israeli laws and pointed to a 2013 decision in which the company rejected a similar boycott floated by the Vermonters for Justice in Palestine, an activist group.
  • E
    Inflation weights on Unilever
    Unilever faces headwinds in 2022 as input costs are rising.

    The company is trying to offset these cost increases by raising prices which have been successful so far, although sales volumes are declining.

    I am lowering my fair value estimate to $61 per share from a previous $71 per share on lower short-term growth expectations.

    From S. A.

    Emerging market continues to be the dominant source of revenues for Unilever. What changed compared to 2020 are revenue growth rates in both developed and emerging markets. In the prior year, developed markets were responsible for the bulk of sales growth (2.9% developed vs. 1.2% emerging). This situation has now reversed with developed markets delivering 6.7% sales growth during the first three quarters while developed markets did only achieve 1.2%, dragged down by Europe's miniscule 0.3% growth as a result of poor volume performance.


    In comparison to peers, Unilever appears undervalued purely based on the price-to-earnings ratio. While other companies in the consumer staples sector trade around a P/E of 30, Unilever is currently priced at just below 22.


    Unilever is navigating the pandemic quite well overall, but headwinds remain in the form of elevated inflation which will put pressure on the company in 2022. This will likely dampen near-term revenue growth and prevent margin improvements. My DCF valuation yields a fair value estimate of $61 (prev. $71) which still implies a slight undervaluation of the current price of $54,
  • j
    This quarter earnings are going to be large. Buy 53.50 all day .
  • K
    Solidarity is a verb.
  • s
    UL does business with China 🇨🇳
    Even 🇺🇸 USA halted imports of paste bc of abuses…
    UL got goaded into accepting boycott by the mob….
    Cmon Jope don’t be a joke…
  • E
    An 80-year-old Palestinian man, described by his family as a US citizen, has been found dead after being detained and handcuffed during an Israeli raid on a village in the occupied West Bank.

    The body of Omar Abdalmajeed As’ad was found in Jiljilya in the early hours of Wednesday with a plastic zip-tie still around one wrist, villagers told Reuters.

    The Israeli military confirmed that it had carried out an overnight operation in the village, and that a Palestinian was “apprehended after resisting a check”. It said he was alive when the soldiers released him.

    “The Military Police Criminal Investigation Division is reviewing the incident, at the end of which the findings will be transferred to the Military General Advocate Corps,” it said in a statement.

    As’ad’s family told Reuters he was an American citizen, a former Chicago resident, who had lived in the US for decades and returned 10 years ago. The US embassy declined to comment.

    As’ad’s family delayed the funeral until Thursday to allow a postmortem. Islam Abu Zaher, a local doctor who said he had tried to resuscitate As’ad but found no pulse, said there were no obvious signs of injury and the cause of death was unclear.


    So not only arresting random 80 year olds, but also dumping them in the street once you know you have messed up. Then, as the piece de la resistance, using your military courts to deal with the issue, whereas an Isreeeli 80 year old in the situation would be handled by a civilian court.

    You blew it, deplorables.
  • M
    Wishing all a happy 2022. Even you emmet
  • s
    Doesn’t look good for ULVR going forward with inflation rising.

    Ppl will flock to cheaper Lidls & storebrands.
  • C
    Cosy Loft
    Do anyone think that Unilever will do well in 2022
  • r
    Upward trend for the last 30 days with higher lows and higher highs, now is the time to buy for a swing trade?
  • s
    UL down on the news .
    Pounds , quid & pence or dollars take your pick.
    Boycotts are BAD for business yo
    Say her name 🐝….
  • K
    Ben & Jerry's stopped sales in the Occupied Palestinian Territories. Nike ended sales in Israeli shops. And yesterday the Israeli arms company Elbit was forced to shut its Oldham operation.

    Don't let anyone tell you mobilisation and collective direct action does not work.
  • s
    Happy New year 🎆