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Unilever admits to slower growth

The consumer goods giant suffered a weak fourth quarter and has trimmed sales guidance for the coming year
Unilever admits to slower growth

There are plenty of reasons to be bullish on Unilever (ULVR): a portfolio of well-known brands, an active cost-cutting programme and newly-installed chief executive, Alan Jope. But the market's negative reaction to the consumer goods giant's 2018 results highlights the struggle to convince investors that the shares are worth shelling out for, particularly at their current valuation.

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