- Stopford, John M. Rival States, Rival Firms: Competition For World Market Shares (Cambridge Studies In International Relations, Band 18)Binding : Taschenbuch, Label : Cambridge University Press, Publisher : Cambridge University Press, NumberOfItems : 1, PackageQuantity : 1, medium : Taschenbuch, numberOfPages : 336, publicationDate : 2008-08-21, authors : Stopford, John M., ISBN : 0521423864
The shareholders sent the Nestlé paper down. In the SIX SX meeting, the share recently lost 1.4 percent to CHF 113.44. This makes the security one of the losers in the SMI, which is currently trading at 11,817 points. The Nestlé share registered the largest sales, up to 113.32 CHF. When the stock market opened, the stock was trading at CHF 114.70. The last trading volume was 2,883,430 Nestlé shares.
Experts estimate that Nestlé will post a profit of CHF 4.75 per share in 2022.
The Swiss company Nestlé is one of the largest food manufacturers in the world. In addition to frozen products, various beverages (coffee, tea, mineral water, etc.), dairy products and confectionery, pharmaceutical products, special foods, baby products and items for pets are also manufactured. The Group’s best-known brands include Nescafé, Nesquik, Maggi, Thomy, KitKat, Buitoni, Smarties and Wagner. For children and parents, Nestlé has the brands Alete, Bübchen and Mamalete on offer. There are also products for pets, such as the Felix and Beneful brands.
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