|Bid price||3,934.00||Open price||3,936.00|
|Ask price||3,937.50||Prev close||3,937.50|
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|Activites||Unilever, one of the world's largest consumer products companies, adds vitality to life by meeting the everyday needs for nutrition, hygiene and personal care. With a portfolio of great brands that make people feel good, look good and get more out of life, 150 million consumers around the world choose Unilever products everyday, including icons such as: Knorr, Hellmann's, Lipton, Dove, Sure, Surf, Cif, Marmite, Pot Noodle.||Index||FTSE 100|
|Latest Share Price (p)||3,937.50||Net Gearing (%)||63.92|
|Market Capitalisation (£m)||50,696.65||Gross Gearing (%)||69.91|
|Shares in issue (m)||1,283.46||Debt Ratio||52.67|
|P/E Ratio||21.59||Debt-to-Equity Ratio||0.48|
|Total dividends per share (p)||109.03||Assets / Equity Ratio||3.32|
|Dividend Yield (%)||2.76||Price to book value||2.99|
|Dividend cover (x)||1.93||ROCE (%)||20.82|
|Earning per share (p)||183.00||EPS Growth (%)||5.78|
|52 week high / low||4,088.00 / 3,019.00||DPS Growth (%)||23.21|
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Underperforming oil and mining stocks prevented the FTSE 100 from gaining positive momentum, causing it to close flat at 7,118. Sterling remained strong against the dollar, acting as a further headwind against the index. The blue-chip index bias towards overseas earnings saw it benefit from a...
AlphaValue today reaffirms its reduce investment rating on Unilever PLC (LON:ULVR) and set its price target at 4243p. Story provided by StockMarketWire.com
Struggling commodity prices and stronger sterling undermined the FTSE 100 as it nudged 0.1% lower to 7,105. The blue-chip index bias towards overseas earnings saw it benefit from a weaker pound after the Brexit vote, although this trend reversed following UK Prime Minister Theresa May's shock...
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Bought these back in june when they fell to £4.90...they reached £5.40 back in September, but fell back. Now is hovering around £5.30, but am sure once it breaks through that psycological £5.40 barrier, it will continue upwards and test those £6.00 levels again!
Anyone got any thoughts if I should invest my life saving's in them ?
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