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The Benefits Of Investing In Unilever plc
Unilever has a terrific ability to throw up boatloads of cash, a quality it has managed to maintain in spite of slowing consumer activity in critical emerging markets.
At What Price Would Unilever plc Be A Bargain Buy?
One line of argument goes that Unilever merits a premium price, due to its stable of powerful brands - such as Hellmann's Mayonnaise, Dove beauty products and Domestos cleaners - and excellent exposure to the growth of consumer spending in ...
Do The Shares Of Unilever plc Offer A 20%-plus Upside?
Full attention and resources should be devoted to the core 'personal care' unit, which, based on growth prospects, profitability, and capex requirements, should be valued at a 20%-plus premium to Unilever's trading multiples. I expect more acquisitions ...
3 Smart-Money Growth Stocks: Unilever plc, Standard Chartered PLC & BT ...
With the FTSE 100 close to its all-time high, you may be struggling to find stocks that offer strong growth prospects at a reasonable price.
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How Unilever plc Can Pay Off Your Mortgage
After making a disappointing start to 2014, Unilever (LSE: ULVR) (NYSE: UL.US) has enjoyed something of a purple patch in recent months.
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Is It Really Worth Buying Unilever plc Any More?
I have long admired household goods company Unilever (LSE: ULVR) (NYSE: UL.US) from a distance, yet have never been seriously tempted to get too close.
Should You Buy Unilever plc For The Inevitable Downturn?
One of the biggest strengths of Unilever (LSE: ULVR) (NYSE: UL.US) is that it is what's considered a defensive stock. That is, even in economic hard times when people are tightening their belts, they'll still be buying Unilever products - we simply do ...
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Why Diageo plc And Unilever plc Are Worth Their Lofty Valuation
Diageo (LSE: DGE) (NYSE: DEO.US) and Unilever (LSE: ULVR) (NYSE: UL.US) are two of the most expensive companies in the FTSE 100.
3 Shares Analysts Hate: Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc, Unilever plc And Wm ...
RBS Professional analysts have more time, more data, and better access to companies than most private investors. As such, the wisdom of the City crowd is worth paying attention to; because, at the end of the day, you're either going with the pros or ...
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3 Things That Say Unilever plc Is A Buy
The thing about Unilever (LSE: ULVR) (NYSE: UL.US) is that there always seems to be a good reason to buy it, and all of the reasons seem to make it look good whatever the overall economic climate.