Unilever Stock Analysis, Valuation (NYSE:UL)

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Unilever
Updated on : Sep 21, 2017
previous close
UL 57.7 (0%)
S&P 500 2500.6 (0%)
Closing Price On: Sep 21, 2017
stock rating
RATING: ★★★★★★★★★★ (0/5)
Industry :
Soap and Cleaning Preparations
Sector :
Consumer Staples
5 Quarter Revenue
Revenue Growth
2010-Q4
$billion
%
YOY GROWTH
Compared to the industry
Operating Profit
Operating Margin:
14.5%
Sector Average:
11.3%
5 Quarter Net Profit
Net Margins
2010-Q4
%
LTM Margin
Compared to the industry
Debt/Equity Ratio
Debt:
0
Debt/Equity Ratio:
 0.48
Compared to the industry
Cash Flow
Operating cash flow:
$2.3B
Net Income:
$1.32B
PROS      CONS
Operating Margins
Low Debt Burden
Cash Flow
ROIC
ROE
FCF Margin
Net Margins
Rating: ★★★★★★★★★★ (0/5)
Other Metrics
Return on Invested Capital:
18.8%
Return on Equity:
32.2%
Free Cash Flow Margin:
9.7%
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Unilever Stock Analysis

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View Unilever stock analysis video. This is our analyst opinion covering the buy and sell arguments for UL stock.

Unilever plc (ADR) Stock Rating 3.2/5

Our Unilever stock opinion is based on fundamentals of the company. This Unilever stock analysis is based on latest 2017 Q2 earnings. The stock price analysis takes into account the company's valuation metrics.

Should you buy UL stock?

  • Unilever's average operating margin of 14.5% was exceptional.
  • Unilever has a lower debt burden than its peers in the Consumer Staples sector, with a debt/equity ratio of  0.48.
  • The company has an operating cash flow which is 1.7 times the net income.
  • Unilever generates a high return on invested capital of 18.8%.
  • Return On Equity (ROE) which is a measure of the company's profitability, looks great for Unilever at 32.2%.
  • The company has a healthy free cash flow margin of 9.7%.

Should you sell UL stock?

  • Unilever's Net margins were poor at 10% in the last twelve months.

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