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Surging commodity costs put Unilever margins in spotlight

Unilever's first-half results should give a sign of how the consumer goods giant is coping with soaring commodity and transport costs - whether it has managed to lift prices without hitting sales volumes, or whether margins are being squeezed. Analysts expect the Dove soap and Hellmann's mayonnaise maker to report a 1.2 percentage point drop in underlying operating margins from a year ago, according to a company supplied consensus. Pantry stocking and a surge in eating-at-home during pandemic lockdowns last year allowed Unilever to cut back on marketing and store promotions, boosting margins.

Yahoo | July 21, 2021

Unilever PLC (UL) Fell Out Of Favor With Hedge Funds

Many prominent investors, including Warren Buffett, David Tepper and Stan Druckenmiller, have been cautious regarding the current bull market and missed out as the stock market reached another high in recent weeks. On the other hand, technology hedge funds weren’t timid and registered double digit market beating gains. Financials, energy and industrial stocks initially suffered […]

Yahoo | July 21, 2021

Israel vows to ‘act aggressively’ over Ben & Jerry’s boycott

Israel’s prime minister vowed Tuesday to “act aggressively” against the decision by Ben & Jerry’s to stop selling its ice cream in Israeli-occupied territories, as the country’s ambassador to the U.S. urged dozens of state governors to punish the company under anti-boycott laws.

Yahoo | July 20, 2021

Opioid settlement nears $26 billion, Judge allows vaccine mandate at university, Israeli PM threatens Unilever

Julie Hyman breaks down Tuesday’s business headlines, including: The drug distributors responsible for the opioid epidemic nearing a $26 billion settlement, a federal judge upholding Indiana University’s vaccine mandate for students and staff, and Israeli PM threatening ‘severe consequences’ for Unilever after subsidiary Ben & Jerry’s stopped selling ice cream in Israeli-occupied Palestinian Territories

Yahoo | July 20, 2021

UPDATE 3-Israel PM warns Unilever boss over Ben & Jerry's boycott

Israel warned consumer goods giant Unilever Plc on Tuesday of "severe consequences" from a decision by subsidiary Ben & Jerry's to stop selling ice cream in Israeli-occupied territories, and urged U.S. states to invoke anti-boycott laws. Monday's announcement followed pro-Palestinian pressure on the Vermont-based company over its business in Israel and Jewish settlements in the West Bank, handled since 1987 through a licensee partner, Ben & Jerry's Israel. Most countries consider Israeli settlements on Palestinian land to be illegal.

Yahoo | July 20, 2021

Israel PM warns Unilever boss over Ben & Jerry's boycott

JERUSALEM (Reuters) -Israel warned consumer goods giant Unilever Plc on Tuesday of "severe consequences" from a decision by subsidiary Ben & Jerry's to stop selling ice cream in Israeli-occupied territories, and urged U.S. states to invoke anti-boycott laws. Monday's announcement followed pro-Palestinian pressure on the Vermont-based company over its business in Israel and Jewish settlements in the West Bank, handled since 1987 through a licensee partner, Ben & Jerry's Israel. Most countries consider Israeli settlements on Palestinian land to be illegal.

Yahoo | July 20, 2021

Israel PM warns Unilever of "severe consequences" from Ben & Jerry's decision

Israel warned consumer goods giant Unilever Plc on Tuesday of "severe consequences" from a decision by subsidiary Ben & Jerry's to stop selling ice cream in Israeli-occupied territories, and urged U.S. states to invoke anti-boycott laws. The Ben & Jerry's announcement on Monday followed pro-Palestinian pressure on the South Burlington, Vermont-based company over its business in Israel and Jewish settlements in the West Bank, handled through a licensee partner since 1987. It said it would stay in Israel under a different arrangement, without sales in the West Bank, among areas where Palestinians seek statehood.

Yahoo | July 20, 2021

Israel warns Unilever over Ben & Jerry’s ice cream boycott

Israel’s prime minister has warned Unilever’s chief executive of “severe consequences” after its Ben & Jerry’s brand announced it would stop selling ice cream in the occupied Palestinian territories. Naftali Bennett, an ultranationalist who took office in June, called Unilever’s chief executive Alan Jope on Monday and told him Unilever had taken a “clearly anti-Israel step” that would be met with a “strong” response, including legal action.

Yahoo | July 20, 2021

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Leftist Ben & Jerrys Targets Israel: We Wont Sell Ice Cream In Judea And Samaria

Ben & Jerrys ice cream, named for its two leftist founders and owned by Unilever since 2000, announced on Monday that they would no longer sell ice cream in the two ancient Biblical parts of Israel, Judea, and Samaria, writing that it was inconsistent with our values for Ben & Jerrys ice cream to be []

True News Hub | July 19, 2021


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