Mondelez International Inc
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Company Name Stock Ticker Symbol Market Type
Mondelez International Inc MDLZ NASDAQ Common Stock
  Price Change Change Percent Stock Price Last Traded
0.00 0.0% 67.36 04:00:00
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Trades Volume Avg Volume 52 Week Range
0 0 - 54.72 - 68.81
Last Trade Time Type Quantity Stock Price Currency
- 0 $ 67.36 USD

Mondelez International Inc Financials

Market Cap Shares in Issue Float Revenue Profit/Loss EPS PE Ratio
$ 91.83B 1.36B 1.36B $ 31.50B $ 2.77B 1.96 34.60
Short Interest Dividends Per Share Dividend Yield Ex-Div Date Insider B/S Insider % Owned
- $ 1.47 2.27% 03/30/23 207.76k 0.80%

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Historical MDLZ Price Data

Period Open High Low VWAP Avg. Daily Vol Change %
1 Week66.3868.428665.7467.168,871,1330.981.48%
1 Month66.4168.428663.81566.046,436,8210.951.43%
3 Months66.5468.428663.2665.925,960,1760.821.23%
6 Months59.5468.8154.7263.716,332,3717.8213.13%
1 Year61.6768.8154.7263.206,824,8345.699.23%
3 Years43.3269.4741.1960.186,842,87124.0455.49%
5 Years41.1469.4737.4255.136,880,11026.2263.73%

Mondelez Description

Mondelez has operated as an independent organization since its split from the former Kraft Foods North American grocery business in October 2012. The firm is a leading player in the global snack arena with a presence in the biscuit (47% of sales), chocolate (32%), gum/candy (10%), beverage (4%), and cheese and grocery (7%) aisles. Mondelez's portfolio includes well-known brands like Oreo, Chips Ahoy, Halls, Trident, and Cadbury, among others. The firm derives around one third of revenue from developing markets, nearly 40% from Europe, and the remainder from North America.