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Dirk van de Put
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MDLZ stock data



3 Nov 20
15 Jan 21
31 Dec 21


Quarter (USD) Sep 20 Jun 20 Mar 20 Sep 19
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Annual (USD) Dec 19 Dec 18 Dec 17 Dec 16
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Financial data from company earnings reports.

Date Owner Security Transaction Code 10b5-1 $Price #Shares $Value #Remaining
11 Jan 21 Stein Laura Class A Common Stock Grant Aquire A No 0 4,380 0 4,380
11 Jan 21 Stein Laura Stock Options Class A Common Stock Grant Aquire A No 57.09 48,170 2.75M 48,170
8 Dec 20 Siewert Patrick Class A Common Stock Buy Aquire P No 58.42 2,000 116.84K 2,000
3 Dec 20 Vinzenz P. Gruber Class A Common Stock Sell Dispose S No 58.62 49,719 2.91M 99,508
3 Dec 20 Vinzenz P. Gruber Class A Common Stock Option exercise Aquire M No 24.87 16,580 412.34K 149,227
3 Dec 20 Vinzenz P. Gruber Class A Common Stock Option exercise Aquire M No 20.83 11,320 235.8K 132,647
3 Dec 20 Vinzenz P. Gruber Stock Options Class A Common Stock Option exercise Dispose M No 24.8687 16,580 412.32K 0
3 Dec 20 Vinzenz P. Gruber Stock Options Class A Common Stock Option exercise Dispose M No 20.8303 11,320 235.8K 0
27 Nov 20 Glen Walter Class A Common Stock Payment of exercise Dispose F No 57.46 27,287 1.57M 37,887
75.0% owned by funds/institutions
13F holders
Current Prev Q Change
Total holders 1537 1519 +1.2%
Opened positions 126 127 -0.8%
Closed positions 108 99 +9.1%
Increased positions 561 584 -3.9%
Reduced positions 578 567 +1.9%
13F shares
Current Prev Q Change
Total value 903.9B 854.41B +5.8%
Total shares 1.07B 1.08B -0.4%
Total puts 4.92M 5.55M -11.4%
Total calls 4.47M 5.41M -17.4%
Total put/call ratio 1.1 1.0 +7.2%
Largest owners
Shares Value Change
Vanguard 109.63M $6.3B -1.8%
BLK Blackrock 94.12M $5.41B -2.4%
STT State Street 66.56M $3.84B -1.5%
Capital World Investors 31.76M $1.82B +27.0%
Lindsell Train 29.92M $1.72B -7.7%
JPM JPMorgan Chase & Co. 26.52M $1.5B +3.3%
Wellington Management 26.34M $1.51B +7.4%
Capital International Investors 23.3M $1.34B +4.1%
BAC Bank Of America 22.33M $1.28B -1.5%
Geode Capital Management 21.38M $1.23B -0.1%
Largest transactions
Shares Bought/sold Change
Capital World Investors 31.76M +6.75M +27.0%
Trian Fund Management 12.24M -3.61M -22.8%
FMR 17.86M +3.23M +22.1%
Nordea Investment Management Ab 2.6M -2.68M -50.8%
Lindsell Train 29.92M -2.48M -7.7%
BLK Blackrock 94.12M -2.33M -2.4%
Vanguard 109.63M -2.04M -1.8%
DZ BANK AG Deutsche Zentral Genossenschafts Bank, Frankfurt am Main 6.75M +2.02M +42.6%
Wellington Management 26.34M +1.82M +7.4%
Holocene Advisors 1.61M +1.61M +35488.4%

Financial report summary

  • We operate in a highly competitive industry and we face risks related to the execution of our strategy and our timely response to pricing and other competitive pressures.
  • Promoting and protecting our reputation and brand image and health is essential to our business success.
  • We must correctly predict, identify and interpret changes in consumer preferences and demand and offer new and improved products that meet those changes.
  • We are subject to risks from operating globally.
  • We face risks related to tax matters, including changes in tax laws and rates, disagreements with taxing authorities and imposition of new taxes.
  • Our operations in certain emerging markets expose us to political, economic and regulatory risks.
  • Our use of information technology and third-party service providers exposes us to cybersecurity breaches and other business disruptions.
  • We are subject to risks from unanticipated business disruptions.
  • We are subject to currency exchange rate fluctuations.
  • Commodity and other input prices are volatile and may increase or decrease significantly or availability of commodities may become constrained.
  • We face risks related to complying with changes in and inconsistencies among laws and regulations in many countries in which we operate.
  • We may be unable to hire or retain and develop key personnel or a highly skilled and diverse global workforce or manage changes in our workforce.
  • Our retail customers are consolidating, and we must leverage our value proposition in order to compete against retailer and other economy brands.
  • We are subject to changes in our relationships with significant customers, suppliers and distributors.
  • We may decide or be required to recall products or be subjected to product liability claims.
  • We face risks related to legal or tax claims or other regulatory enforcement actions.
  • Climate change might adversely impact our supply chain or our operations.
  • We may not successfully identify, complete or manage strategic transactions.
  • We could fail to maintain effective internal control over financial reporting.
  • Weak financial performance, downgrades in our credit ratings, illiquid global capital markets and volatile global economic conditions could limit our access to the global capital markets, reduce our liquidity and increase our borrowing costs.
  • Volatility in the equity markets, interest rates, our participation in multiemployer pension plans and other factors could increase our costs relating to our employees’ pensions.
  • We face risks related to adequately protecting our valuable intellectual property rights.
Management Discussion
  • We manage our operations by region to leverage regional operating scale, manage different and changing business environments more effectively and pursue growth opportunities as they arise across our key markets. Our regional management teams have responsibility for the business, product categories and financial results in the regions.
  • We use segment operating income to evaluate segment performance and allocate resources. We believe it is appropriate to disclose this measure to help investors analyze segment performance and trends. See Note 16, Segment Reporting, for additional information on our segments and Items Affecting Comparability of Financial Results earlier in this section for items affecting our segment operating results.
  • Net revenues decreased $126 million (17.1%), due to unfavorable currency (20.2 pp) and unfavorable volume/mix (5.1 pp), partially offset by higher net pricing (8.2 pp). Unfavorable currency impacts were due primarily to the strength of the U.S. dollar relative to most currencies in the region including the Brazilian real, Argentinian peso and Mexican peso. Unfavorable volume/mix was due to the negative volume impact from the COVID-19 outbreak as well as the impact of pricing-related elasticity, partially offset by the benefit from trade inventory restocking to return inventory levels closer to pre-COVID-19 rates. Unfavorable volume/mix was driven by declines in gum, candy and biscuits, partially offset by gains in refreshment beverages, chocolate and cheese & grocery. Higher net pricing was reflected across all categories, driven primarily by Argentina, Brazil and Mexico.
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Heat Tolerant Filling Base for High Temperature, High-pressure Cooking Co-extrusion
14 Jan 21
Soft and creamy lipid-based food fillings suitable for high-temperature, high-pressure cooking co-extrusion are provided.
12 Jan 21
Inventors: Mandeep Bindra, William Hirt, Shelley Markoulis
Cheese Toppings for Baked Snacks Suitable for Pre-bake Application
31 Dec 20
A cheese slurry suitable for topical application on a snack product prior to baking includes natural cheese powder solids, an emulsifier, oil, water, and pregelatinized starch in amounts effective to provide a crispy topping having an appearance of melted cheese uniformly adhered to the outer surface of the baked dough product, and up to 1 percent reducing sugars, polyols, or a combination thereof and substantially no enzyme-modified cheese, buttermilk, whey, maltodextrins, or yeast extract so that the cheese slurry composition is resistant to undesirable browning and burning upon baking.
Packaging a Comestible without Conditioning
17 Dec 20
A method of manufacturing a comestible includes providing a comestible mass (22), forming said comestible mass into a comestible structure (26) having a desired shape using a forming station (20), and applying a packaging material (54) to a surface of said comestible structure (26) while said comestible structure remains in contact with a portion of said forming station (20).
15 Dec 20
Inventors: Matthew Down, Christopher Holt