|Bid||5.92 x 800|
|Ask||5.93 x 1400|
|Day's Range||5.92 - 6.01|
|52 Week Range||4.65 - 15.50|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||8.76|
Brazilian food processor BRF SA said in a securities filing on Monday that it had hired the investment banking units of Itaú Unibanco Holding SA and Banco Bradesco SA to advise it on the sale of its Argentine ...
SAO PAULO/BRASILIA, July 10 (Reuters) - BRF SA, one of the world's largest pork and poultry processors, said on Tuesday it would furlough 1,400 workers at a plant in southern Brazil for up to five months, following on a major restructuring plan announced last month. The furloughs will affect staff associated with the chicken slaughtering and processing lines in its Chapeco unit in Santa Catarina state and begin on Aug. 29, BRF said in a statement.
BRF SA, the world's largest poultry exporter, is in talks to refinance bank debts, opening a new front in a sweeping turnaround plan, a Brazilian newspaper reported on Wednesday. New Chief Executive Pedro Parente has already sat down with representatives of Banco do Brasil SA, Banco Bradesco SA and Itaú Unibanco Holding SA, in a bid to lengthen the maturity of debts, newspaper Estado de S. Paulo reported, without specifying how it obtained the information. At the end of March, BRF's gross debt totaled 20.7 billion reais ($5.3 billion), according to its quarterly earnings.
Brazil's BRF SA, one of the world's largest pork and poultry processors, announced a large restructuring plan on Friday that includes selling operations in Europe, Argentina and Thailand to cut debt. In a securities filing and a conference call with investors and analysts, the company said it will adjust operations in 22 of its 35 plants to match production to smaller demand. Last month, Pedro Parente, formerly at state-controlled oil company Petrobras, took over as chief executive.
Brazil's BRF SA, one of the world's largest pork and poultry processors, announced on Friday a large restructuring plan that includes selling operations in Europe, Argentina and Thailand to cut debt. In ...
Gains were broad based as seven out of nine sectors finished the trading session in green. WallStEquities.com has initiated research reports on the following Consumer Goods stocks: BRF S.A. (NYSE: BRFS), Hormel Foods Corp. (NYSE: HRL), Tyson Foods Inc. (NYSE: TSN), and Pilgrim's Pride Corp. (NASDAQ: PPC).
Brazilian chicken exports fell by 8.5 percent in the five months through May as the world's largest exporter was hit by trade embargoes imposed by the European Union following a food-sector corruption investigation, trade group ABPA said on Thursday. ABPA said export revenue fell 12.3 percent to $2.6 billion, in tandem with volumes over the period. Shipments to the European Union fell the most, by 40 percent, ABPA said.
Brazilian food processor BRF SA is negotiating a block sale of some of its shares in smaller beef company Minerva SA, newspaper Valor Econômico said on Thursday. According to the latest figures provided in Minerva's website, BRF owns an 11.62 percent stake in Minerva, Brazil's fourth-largest listed meat company by sales. BRF began to sell shares in the market in the first week of June, contributing to a 6.6 percent decline in the price of Minerva shares this month, according to the news article.
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Pedro Parente was named chief executive officer at Brazil’s struggling food giant BRF SA amid hopes that the investor-loved executive will replicate the successful turnaround he implemented at state-controlled oil company Petrobras. Parente will also continue as chairman of BRF for at least 180 days. Speculation that Parente would take over as BRF’s CEO grew in the last few weeks.
Pedro Parente, the former chief executive of state-controlled oil company Petroleo Brasileiro , has been invited to take over as CEO of Brazilian food processor BRF SA, a source familiar with the process ...
China will impose temporary anti-dumping measures on imports of Brazilian chicken meat, it said on Friday, at the same time as the United States pressures Beijing to reopen its market to American poultry products. Chinese importers of Brazilian chicken will be required to pay deposits ranging from 18.8 percent to 38.4 percent of the value of their shipments from June 9, the commerce ministry said in a statement. A preliminary ruling from the ministry found that Chinese producers had been "substantially damaged" by shipments from Brazil between 2013 and 2016, when the country supplied more than half of China's imports of chicken meat.
China will impose temporary anti-dumping measures on imports of Brazilian chicken meat, it said on Friday, at the same time as the United States pressures Beijing to reopen its market to American poultry products. Chinese importers of Brazilian chicken will be required to pay deposits ranging from 18.8 percent to 38.4 percent of the value of their shipments from June 9, the commerce ministry said in a statement.
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Brazil's real currency hit a new two-year low on Wednesday, even as its Latin American peers gained against a weakened dollar, underlining the level of investor concern for a country coming off a massive ...
Brazilian food processor BRF SA said on Wednesday it was not aware of any "formalization" regarding a possible merger with competing food processor Minerva SA. Financial blog Brazil Journal said on Tuesday that Minerva was contacting potential investors to finance a capital increase to merge the two companies in a deal worth up to $3 billion. Minerva later said in response to the report it has not proposed any investment in a tie-up.
Previ, Brazil’s biggest pension fund, sent a letter in February demanding BRF Chairman Abilio Diniz convene a shareholder meeting to remove the entire board, including himself. After a two-month fight, Previ got its way: Investors voted in five new directors and replaced Diniz with Pedro Parente, who’s credited with turning around the country’s state-owned oil company, Petroleo Brasileiro SA. “BRF kept showing successive results that were a concern for us as shareholders,” Gueitiro Matsuo Genso, Previ’s chief executive officer, said in an interview in Sao Paulo.
WallStEquities.com has selected the following stocks for review this morning: BRF S.A. (NYSE: BRFS), Hormel Foods Corp. (NYSE: HRL), Tyson Foods Inc. (NYSE: TSN), and ACCO Brands Corp. (NYSE: ACCO). Itajai, Brazil headquartered On Tuesday, shares in BRF S.A. saw a decline of 3.51%, ending the day at $6.59.
Glancy Prongay & Murray LLP (“GPM”) reminds investors of the May 11, 2018 deadline to file a lead plaintiff motion in the class action filed on behalf of investors that purchased BRF S.A. (“BRF” or the “Company”) (BRFS) securities between April 4, 2013 through March 2, 2018, inclusive (the “Class Period”). To obtain information or actively participate in the class action, please visit the BRF page on our website at www.glancylaw.com/case/foot-locker-inc.