|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||67.25 x 200|
|Day's Range||66.11 - 67.35|
|52 Week Range||63.87 - 83.75|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||20.29|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.84 (2.78%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Categories: Fundamental Analysis Yahoo FinanceClick here to see latest analysis Capitalcube gives Bunge Ltd. a score of 31. Our analysis is based on comparing Bunge Ltd. with the following peers – Archer-Daniels-Midland Company, Ingredion Incorporated, Mosaic Company, Adecoagro S.A., Seaboard Corporation and Cosan Limited Class A (ADM-US, INGR-US, MOS-US, AGRO-US, SEB-US and CZZ-US). Investment Outlook Bunge Ltd. has a ... Read more (Read more...)
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America's worst traffic jam this fall occurred on the Ohio River, where a line of about 50 miles of boats hauling grains and other products turned into a waterborne parking lot, as ship captains waited for the river to reopen. Such delays are worsening on the nation's waterways, which are critical to commerce for the United States, the largest grain exporter in the world. Of the country's $40 billion in annual grain and soybean exports, about 60 percent is moved by barges on rivers, including the Ohio.
Saudi Arabia has said it aims to raise around $200 billion in the next several years through privatisation programmes in 16 sectors ranging from oil to healthcare, education, airports and grain milling. It separately wants to raise another $100 billion through the sale of a five percent stake in Saudi Aramco. Following is a list of major privatisation plans underway.
Grain merchant Bunge Ltd (BG.N) has sweetened compensation packages for top executives in the case of a takeover, according to the company's regulatory filings, around six months after rebuffing an approach by commodity trading giant Glencore PLC (GLEN.L). Glencore and Bunge struck an agreement that temporarily prevents Glencore from making a hostile bid, after Bunge rebuffed Glencore's approach in May, according to news media reports.
Categories: Yahoo FinanceGet free summary analysis Our analysis is based on comparing Bunge Ltd. with the following peers – Archer-Daniels-Midland Company, Ingredion Incorporated, Mosaic Company, Adecoagro S.A., Seaboard Corporation and Cosan Limited Class A (ADM-US, INGR-US, MOS-US, AGRO-US, SEB-US and CZZ-US). Bunge Ltd.’s dividend yield is 2.69 percent and its dividend payout is 55.94 percent. This compares ... Read more (Read more...)
Bunge (BG) has witnessed a significant price decline in the past four weeks, and is seeing negative earnings estimate revisions as well.
U.S. agricultural trader Bunge Ltd said on Friday its North American operating unit has agreed to terminate a share subscription agreement with Mexico's Grupo Minsa SAB de CV. The share subscription agreement would have given Bunge North America a controlling financial interest in Minsa. Discussions had been previously suspended due to delays in obtaining authorizations during which, a change in Minsa's business model in Mexico led the two companies canceling the transaction.
U.S. agricultural giant Bunge Ltd said on Wednesday it would reshuffle its business structure from five operating units to three regions - North America, South America, and Europe and Asia. Todd Bastean ...
Commodities giant Glencore (GLEN.L) has made unsuccessful moves for three or four smaller targets in the grain sector this year as it seeks acquisitions to grow upstream, the head of its agricultural arm said. "We have looked at three or four possibilities in our core area already this year but couldn't reach agreement with the seller," Chris Mahoney, chief executive of Glencore Agriculture, told the Global Grain conference in Geneva. Glencore remained focused on acquisitions for growth, and saw scope for consolidation in the grain sector due to excess capacity, Mahoney said, reiterating comments made at another commodity conference this year.
Big U.S. grain processors are slashing costs and restructuring after five years of back-to-back bumper crops, low domestic prices and crowded export markets.
U.S. grain handlers are making further cuts to operating costs even as they point to signs that a bruising slump driven by a global food commodities glut may be nearing a bottom. Bunge Ltd, Archer Daniels Midland Co and Andersons Inc have all said conditions appear to be getting better for grains processing and handling, after four years of massive harvests reduced price volatility and clipped margins. "I'm optimistic that we are, if not at the bottom, very close to it," Bunge Chief Executive Soren Schroder said on a conference call on Wednesday, after the company posted a 28 percent decline in quarterly income on flat revenue.
Bunge Ltd may be able to get the best value for its Brazilian sugarcane milling business by launching an initial public offering of the unit, Chief Executive Soren Schroder said on Wednesday, four years after he began exploring a sale. Schroder is weighing an IPO as a global oversupply of crops has hammered profits in the core grain trading and processing units of Bunge and its chief rivals, forcing rounds of cost-cutting that look to spill into 2018. "It appears to be a way in which we can best get a fair value for the assets," Schroder said about an IPO, speaking in an interview after the company posted lower year-on-year profits for the third quarter in a row.
U.S. agricultural giant Bunge Ltd on Wednesday forecast lower full-year earnings in its core agribusiness unit after posting a third-quarter profit that fell 28 percent on flat revenue. A global crops oversupply has hammered profits for grain trading and processing. "The third quarter was better than the second and the fourth quarter will be better than the third," Chief Executive Soren Schroder said in an interview.
Bunge Ltd has hedged about half of its sugar sales next year and about 75-80 percent this year, the agribusiness company's chief financial officer told investors on Wednesday. "(F)or this year, we have hedged about 75-80 percent of our sugar sales and looking into next year, we are getting to the 50-percent-range plus," CFO Thomas Michael Boehlert said on a conference call to discuss third-quarter earnings.
On a per-share basis, the White Plains, New York-based company said it had net income of 59 cents. Earnings, adjusted for one-time gains and costs, were 75 cents per share. The results did not meet Wall ...