Unilever is a Dutch-British company that is one of the largest manufacturers of consumer goods worldwide. The main business areas include the production of food, cosmetics, personal care as well as household and textile care products.
A Failure to deliver also known as fails-to-deliver or FTD occurs when a buyer or seller is unable to meet his trading obligations.
FTDs for US listed companies are reported to the SEC and published twice a month.
Therefore there is a certain delay between the reporting and the publishing of the data.
Failures to deliver for Unilever (UL) - 3 month history
Number of shares, 3 month chart
Biweekly Failures to deliver volume for Unilever (UL) - since 2013
Volume in USD (price x number of shares), data since 2013
Unilever (UL) Failure to deliver volume, Year over Year
Volume (Price x Shares)
FTD volume in the last 3 months for similar companies or competitors
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