Unilever's FY and Q4 results - what the analysts say
Unilever today (3 February) booked a jump in annual profits on the back of higher proceeds from disposals, lower restructuring costs and accelerating underlying sales in the fourth quarter. Michael Polk, president of Unilever's foods, home and personal care businesses, also noted that the company had enjoyed its strongest growth in sales volumes for over 30 years. However, this afternoon, Unilever's shares were down on the London Stock Exchange. Here is a selection of comments on Unilever's results from key analysts.
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