UNIL - Unilever Ghana Limited
Unilever Ghana Limited is the largest producer and retailer of consumer goods in Ghana. It formed on July 14, 1992 with a merger of UAC Ghana Limited and Lever Brothers Ghana Limited. Unilever Ghana is currently the largest quoted manufacturing and marketing company, supplying fast moving consumer goods across foods, and home and personal care product categories in Ghana. Seven out of every ten households around the world contain at least one Unilever product, including brands such as Lipton, Knorr, Dove, Axe, Hellmann's, and Omo. Trusted local brands designed to meet the specific needs of consumers in their home market include Blue Band, Pureit, Suave, Key Soap, Lux, Geisha, Frytol, Royco, Pepsodent, Close-Up, Sunsilk, and Annapurna.
|Live Trading Feed||Growth & Valuation|
|Opening Price:||--||Earnings Per Share:||-0.5389|
|Day's Low Price:||--||Price/Earning Ratio:||-17.09|
|Day's High Price:||--||Dividend Per Share:||0.80|
|Traded Volume:||0||Dividend Yield:||8.69%|
|Number of Deals:||--||Shares Outstanding:||62.5m|
UNIL Stock Market Performance
The current share price of Unilever Ghana Limited (UNIL) is GHS 9.21. The UNIL stock closed its last trading day (Monday, October 12, 2020) at 9.21 GHS per share on the Ghana Stock Exchange. UNIL began the year with a share price of 16.40 GHS but has since lost 43.84% off that price valuation, ranking it 38th on the GSE in terms of year-to-date performance. Shareholders' worries are further compounded by the fact that UNIL has lost 9.79% of the stock's value from September 30 to date. The table below details the last 10 trading days of activity of Unilever Ghana Limited on the Ghana Stock Exchange.
Profile of Unilever Ghana Limited
Below is an abridged, consolidated report of the latest annual financial statements for Unilever Ghana Limited. The company’s financial year runs from January 1 to December 31. The reporting currency for the monetary data presented herein is the Ghana Cedi (GHS). All amounts are expressed in millions with the exception of per share items.
|Cost of Revenue||-346.11||-370.99||-317.61||-236.80||-216.46|
|Other Op. Income||1.49||0.76||0.50||—||—|
|Earnings Per Share||0.6248||0.5714||-0.0114||0.2252||0.2573|
|Equity & Liabilities||379.74||307.25||221.53||192.12||153.71|
|Cash Flow Statement|
|Net Cash Flow||-28.55||32.41||6.25||-19.00||-9.72|
|Cash & Cash Equiv.||3.48||29.21||-1.64||-7.67||11.58|
Unilever Ghana Limited operates in the Consumer Goods sector. The company is led by Ziobeieton Yeo as its Managing Director. The company's board of directors, chaired by Edward Effah, is composed of 10 members whose names are listed below.
- Effah, Edward
- Yeo, Ziobeieton
- Azuma, Joseph Z.
- Peasah, Angela
- Sowah, Philip
- Dankwah, Edith
- Sotande-Peters, Adesola
- Nsarkoh, Yaw
- Amoah, Gladys
- Nartey, Clarence Derrick Lomotey
|Factsheet of Unilever Ghana Limited|
Heavy Industrial Area, PO Box 721, Tema, Ghana
UNIL Industrial Market Competitors
Unilever Ghana Limited, issuers of the UNIL stock on the Ghana Stock Exchange, have a number of market competitors who are also engaged in the Consumer Goods sector. The table below gives you an overview of the market standing of the top eight by year-to-date performance.
|Code||Name||Mkt. Cap.||L. Price||YearTD|
|CPC||Cocoa Processing Company Limited||61.14m||0.03||+50.0%|
|PBC||Produce Buying Company Limited||14.40m||0.03||+0.00%|
|MLC||Mechanical Lloyd Company Limited||4.51m||0.09||+0.00%|
|SAMBA||Samba Foods Limited||3.29m||0.55||+0.00%|
|BOPP||Benso Oil Palm Plantation Limited||73.08m||2.10||-26.6%|
|GGBL||Guinness Ghana Breweries Limited||307.59m||1.00||-40.8%|
|FML||Fan Milk Limited||122.02m||1.05||-74.5%|