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Mondelez International, Inc. (MDLZ)

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68.85-1.37 (-1.95%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
69.06 +0.21 (+0.31%)
After hours: 04:30PM EDT
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Previous close70.22
Bid68.81 x 200
Ask68.86 x 300
Day's range68.81 - 70.00
52-week range60.75 - 77.20
Avg. volume8,061,516
Market cap92.353B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.55
PE ratio (TTM)21.93
EPS (TTM)3.14
Earnings date25 July 2024 - 29 July 2024
Forward dividend & yield1.70 (2.42%)
Ex-dividend date27 Mar 2024
1y target est82.18
  • Bloomberg

    Some Mondelez Shareholders Send Signal on Russian Business

    (Bloomberg) -- Roughly 30% of Mondelez International Inc. shareholders voted in favor of a proposal on the company’s human rights policy in Russia and Ukraine, sending a clear signal to management that investors want the snack maker to provide more clarity on its business practices in the warring countries.Most Read from BloombergHarvard Students Walk Out of Commencement Protesting SuspensionsNvidia Stock Surges as Sales Forecast Delivers on AI HopesStocks Join Bonds in Falling as Fed-Cut Bets W

  • The Telegraph

    Cadbury owner fined €337m for restricting free movement of biscuits

    The owner of Cadbury has been fined €337m (£287m) after it admitted restricting the movement of chocolate, coffee and biscuits within the EU to push up prices.

  • Associated Press Finance

    EU Commission fines Oreo maker Mondelez 337.5 million euros for blocking cross-border sales

    The European Commission has imposed a fine of 337.5 million euros ($366 million) on food company Mondelez, the owner of Oreo cookies and other snack brands, for obstructing sales of its products between EU member states, the bloc's executive arm said on Thursday. Mondelez owns the Cadbury and Toblerone chocolate brands as well as Oreo and Chips Ahoy cookies, Triscuit crackers and Perfect Snacks nutrition bars. The Commission said Mondelez tried to avoid that cross-border trade because that could lead to lower prices.