Unilever Plc (UL)
$61.06 0.55 (0.91%)
19:38 EST UL Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close -
Market Cap 73.49B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 2.46M
Day's Range 60.65 - 61.60
52-Week Range 44.06 - 63.89
Dividend & Yield 1.81 (2.96%)
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Unilever stock is making big news recently and perhaps the most significant for the household goods brand is its powerful initiative to help address social inequities.
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Unilever (UL) news about a negative update to the company's sales growth guidance has UL stock taking a beating on Tuesday.
With international dividend stocks, valuations are generally better and yields are bigger. Here are five stocks that stand out.
These personal products stocks are generally stable and trade at low valuation levels that allow investors to profit from the consumer goods that people use every day.
Shopify stock trades at a premium for good reason: merchant additions keep growing. That should be enough for beats this quarter.
Bernardo Hees might have done wonders as a young up-and-coming CEO at Burger King, but when 3G Capital’s lieutenant took charge of Heinz and then acquired Kraft for $55 billion, he loaded the merged entity with a massive amount of debt.
These three personal product stocks should bounce-back from near-term weakness due to robust consumer strength.
Unilever stock will probably trade as one equity in the future, but investors must keep their focus on the financials and the competition.
International dividend stocks should make up a hefty portion of your portfolio, as you need them to smooth out the sort of stateside volatility we're experiencing right now.
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