- Unilever (UL +3.4%) bested analyst estimate with its Q4 report, but the company struck a cautious tone with its view on 2014.
- Of note, execs say the positive economic data in emerging markets hasn't translated into sales as quickly as expected and it sees continued currency devaluation pressures in key regions.
- "Looking forward, we anticipate ongoing volatility in the external environment and are positioning Unilever accordingly," says CEO Paul Polman.
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