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Unilever Share Price (ULVR)

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Price 4,266.00on 18-03-2019 at 16:30:00
Change 12.50 0.29%
Buy 4,266.00
Sell 4,264.50
Buy / Sell ULVR Shares
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Last Trade: Buy 1,619 at 4,266.00p
Day's Volume: 1,935,989
Last Close: 4,253.50p
Open: 4,275.00p
Day's Range 4,252.00p - 4,284.00p
52wk Range: 3,695.00p - 4,503.50p
Market Capitalisation: £112,164m
VWAP: 0.00p
Shares in Issue: 2,629m

Recent Trades History Unilever (ULVR)

Buy/Sell Volume Trade Prc Trade Type Trade Time
Buy*1,6194,266.0018:01:47 - 18-Mar-19
Buy*21,7984,266.0018:04:49 - 18-Mar-19
Buy*8,7794,270.14617:38:51 - 18-Mar-19
Buy*14,3994,266.21217:38:44 - 18-Mar-19
Buy*2064,268.26717:31:26 - 18-Mar-19
Sell*954,255.07417:28:51 - 18-Mar-19
Buy*49,2004,266.0017:28:28 - 18-Mar-19
Buy*49,2004,266.0017:28:28 - 18-Mar-19
Buy*49,2004,266.0017:27:29 - 18-Mar-19
Sell*4,5794,263.99217:24:46 - 18-Mar-19

Share Price History for Unilever

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Date Open High Low Close Volume
18th Mar 2019 (Mon)4,275.004,284.004,252.004,253.501,935,989
15th Mar 2019 (Fri)4,228.004,269.504,210.504,193.004,103,690
14th Mar 2019 (Thu)4,140.004,211.504,120.504,139.002,325,346
13th Mar 2019 (Wed)4,130.504,170.004,121.504,138.502,173,051
12th Mar 2019 (Tue)4,090.004,147.004,021.504,112.502,873,754
11th Mar 2019 (Mon)4,187.504,209.504,093.504,161.002,617,658
8th Mar 2019 (Fri)4,111.004,184.504,111.004,121.002,068,007
7th Mar 2019 (Thu)4,045.504,122.504,038.504,046.002,016,453
6th Mar 2019 (Wed)4,093.004,093.004,038.504,072.501,609,829
5th Mar 2019 (Tue)4,015.504,084.003,994.003,999.502,196,145
4th Mar 2019 (Mon)3,982.504,020.003,968.503,983.001,689,207
1st Mar 2019 (Fri)4,015.004,036.503,967.004,008.002,646,234
28th Feb 2019 (Thu)3,960.004,012.503,960.003,988.004,163,829
27th Feb 2019 (Wed)4,066.504,070.003,944.004,117.003,743,416
26th Feb 2019 (Tue)4,129.504,143.504,071.504,156.502,098,144
25th Feb 2019 (Mon)4,210.004,221.504,139.504,190.002,312,245
22nd Feb 2019 (Fri)4,237.504,248.004,175.504,255.502,821,898
21st Feb 2019 (Thu)4,237.504,279.504,227.504,236.001,758,726
20th Feb 2019 (Wed)4,221.504,243.004,198.504,209.001,771,913
19th Feb 2019 (Tue)4,266.004,266.004,197.004,257.001,642,198

ULVR - Unilever Investor Summary

Unilever PLC is undoubtedly one of the largest names in the retail market. They provide a huge range of food products, hygiene products and personal care products globally and continue to research and develop new additions each year. The company was established in the late 1800s and soon grew to be a major player by acquiring brand name products from the original manufacturers. As a group they have acquired some of the largest brand names in the market including Ben & Jerry Ice Cream and Slim Fast Foods, however, the majority of their products are their own.

Unilever PLC operate in over 100 countries worldwide and continually strive to provide nutritional and hygienic products that people want to buy. Their shares are available on the London Stock Exchange and that of New York and the share price has remained steady over the last year even with the current credit crunch. 2007 saw a turnover of 40billion Euros for the group as a whole with 38% of that figure coming from the European market. By 2010 the company wants to achieve an underlying sales growth of between three and five percent per annum which can only mean good news for shareholders. This figure looks promising as well, as the 2007 growth was 5.5%. Unilever PLC is a separate entity from the group's other parent company, Unilever NV, however the figures above are for the two companies as a whole. Each also has a separate listing on the various stock exchanges.

News about Unilever (ULVR)

Investors React to Unilever’s Decision

News - Thursday, October 25, 2018

Unilever has opted to back down from its plans to end its dual headed structure and opt for a single headquarters in the Netherlands. The decision to stick with the dual structure is one that has been met with positive sentiment by British shareholders, who were worried that the move out of the FTSE 100 would see them losing money....

FTSE Firms Failing to Report Climate Risk

News - Wednesday, October 17, 2018

An independent review into the issue of climate change has found that BT, M&S and Unilever are leading the way when it comes to climate action, however most companies are not doing enough to safeguard the environment....

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