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NSRGF NESTLE SA

116.026
+3.799+3.39%
Close 06/24 16:00 ET
High
117.457
Open
116.160
Turnover
1.45M
Low
114.860
Pre Close
112.227
Volume
12.52K
Market Cap
320.18B
P/E(TTM)
17.47
52wk High
143.918
Shares
2.76B
P/E(Static)
17.47
52wk Low
107.000
Float Cap
320.18B
Bid/Ask %
0.00%
Historical High
143.918
Shs Float
2.76B
Volume Ratio
1.53
Historical Low
107.000
Dividend TTM
3.014
Div Yield TTM
--
P/B
5.80
Dividend LFY
2.60%
Div Yield LFY
--
Turnover Ratio
0.00%
Amplitude
2.31%
Avg Price
115.882
Lot Size
1
Float Cap
320.18B
Bid/Ask %
0.00%
Historical High
143.918
Shs Float
2.76B
Volume Ratio
1.53
Historical Low
107.000
Dividend TTM
3.014
P/B
5.80
Dividend LFY
2.60%
Turnover Ratio
0.00%
Amplitude
2.31%
Avg Price
115.882
Lot Size
1
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    Everyday Power- The parent company of Durex said it would raise prices to offset inflation

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    $NESTLE SA(NSRGF.US)$, the manufacturer of KitKat and Nescafe, has warned that rising manufacturing costs would force it to raise prices. Nestle announced that it has already increased prices by 3.1 percent in the fourth quarter of its fiscal year.
    The food group's CEO, Mark Schneider, predicted that prices will rise this year, saying it was a "safe assumption."
    $RECKITT BENCKISER GROUP PLC(RBGPF.US)$, the parent company of Durex and Dettol, announced it will increase prices to meet raising operating expenses.
    Reckitt CEO Laxman Narasimhan said, "In 2022, we will use appropriate price and net revenue growth management initiatives to mitigate these headwinds and will continue to execute on our excellent efficiency program."
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    Is this strategy plausible, credible and believable? In fact, an estimation in the earnings expectations is complicated with more companies more attuned to playing the earnings game, trying to beat the earning expectations by those research bankers and analyts: using either earning management accounting or either operation discretion such as timing of capital on project outlays etc..
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    ColumnWall Street Today | Hedge funds slash Faang exposure to two-year low


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    Corporate giants including $Procter & Gamble(PG.US)$, $NESTLE SA(NSRGF.US)$ and $Verizon(VZ.US)$ say they plan to continue raising prices or pushing customers to buy more expensive products into 2022 to offset fast-growing costs amid a global supply-chain crisis. Gillette razors, Nestlé coffee and Chipotle burritos are among the products that could get more expensive in coming months.
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    Source: Bloomberg, WSJ, CNBC, Financial Times
    Wall Street Today | Hedge funds slash Faang exposure to two-year low
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    Following$Beyond Meat(BYND.US)$, food companies including$Tyson Foods(TSN.US)$and$NESTLE SA(NSRGF.US)$have turned to peas as their key ingredient for their plant-based meat. Nestlé this year also launched a plant milk made from yellow peas.
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    Source: Bloomberg, WSJ, CNBC, Financial Times
    Wall Street Today | Highest flying tech stocks fall hardest in rate-fueled rout
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    The CEO of $NESTLE SA(NSRGF.US)$ tells CNBC that sustainability concerns among its younger customers are “off the charts.”
    Mark Schneider’s comments come as the world gears up for the COP26 climate change summit in Glasgow, Scotland.
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