Egg prices are generally up. No more clearance sales over the past 3 weeks. Looks like things are now stable. Feed ingredient commodity prices plummeted with Brexit. Processed egg prices at the retail level have never really dropped at all over the past several months, just normal sale cycles. Expect earnings to miss by 6% as usually and as expected. Company is in the best position of all egg producers to weather the storm and come out much stronger as weaker producers leave the business.
Thanks cwn600. I'm trying to determine what impact the spinoff will have on the balance sheet from a cash & debt perspective. Some of the debt/cash goes with Fortive...?
Actually Yahoo doesn't compute anything, it just extracts the data from a data feed.
Yahoo is the ONLY finance site with any degree of complete data available although you do need to verify as you did.
If they are spinning Fortive off and they are not keeping any Fortive stock, the result will be how much cash to DHR?
Ford sales in China up this year.
You are right. That PEG ratio is the way to compute future value of a stock based on earnings projections.
On that basis the stock is worth 23.07 plus dividends, totaling about 75% return over the next 12 months!
PEG ratio now .52 indicating AIRM upside potential is about 50%.
Demographics favor rebound and the p/e compression is done.
Philippines remains an underdeveloped nation with corruption galore.
Whether or not this company is impacted or how severely impacted is something hard to determine.
The lack of growth in a growth country could an indicator of problems lurking somewhere.