|Bid||62.59 x 800|
|Ask||62.59 x 800|
|Day's Range||62.24 - 62.90|
|52 Week Range||56.79 - 84.65|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||-0.16|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||8.04|
|Earnings Date||Nov 13, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.20 (1.94%)|
|1y Target Est||71.33|
One million children under 5 years of age in Nepal (or 36 percent of the population) suffer chronic malnutrition and 10 percent suffer from acute malnutrition. In an effort to help combat those issues in Nepal, as well as Honduras and Ethiopia, Tyson Foods, Inc. (TSN) announced today a series of grants to OneEgg, a non-profit organization that delivers eggs to children in need. The investment in Nepal focuses on building the capacity of local farmers to supply eggs to 12 schools and 700 children, with a goal of reaching 7,000 children over the next two years.
Over the past several years, investors have been willing to take on additional risk in the equity markets due to robust growth potential, and as such, riskier names with big growth profiles have out-performed. The Federal Reserve is unwinding its balance sheet. It is probably a good time to shift money into cheap stocks with low risk profiles.
Beyond Meat has hired J.P. Morgan, Goldman Sachs and Credit Suisse for an initial public offering, people familiar with the matter tell CNBC. The IPO will be the first public stock offering for one of the slew of new companies that make vegetarian meat products that also appeal to carnivores. It's current investors include Bill Gates, Leonardo DiCaprio Jack & Suzy Welch, Kleiner Perkins and Tyson Foods.
The openings, largely at the meatpacker level, are the result of the Trump administration’s tough stand on immigration and a U.S. unemployment rate reaching decade lows. While the number represents less than 1 percent of Cargill’s work force, the shortage is slowing output and hindering production of new higher-margin products, executives say. With global demand for meat rising in a robust economy, Cargill and other industry leaders say the need to expand gives them little choice but to boost worker benefits -- with added pay in some cases, as well as new housing, health care and busing incentives.
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Most of the Wall Street analysts covering Tyson Foods (TSN) stock maintain a “buy” rating, despite the near-term headwinds from retaliatory trade tariffs by China and Mexico and oversupply. Among the 16 analysts providing the recommendations on TSN stock, ten analysts suggest a “buy,” five analysts maintain a “hold” rating, and one analyst has a “sell” recommendation. Analysts have a target price of $70.87 per share on TSN stock, which indicates a potential upside of 19.9% based on its closing price of $59.13 on October 3.
Wall Street analysts are maintaining a neutral outlook on the majority of food companies. Moderating demand for packaged foods, business reinvestment needs, and input and logistics cost headwinds are taking a toll on the financials of these food companies.
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¡Yappah! is a chip-like protein crisp made from chicken, rescued vegetable puree and rescued malted barley from beer brewing, packaged in an aluminum can.
Moody's Investors Service, Inc. ("Moody's") has assigned Baa2 ratings to up to $1 billion of senior unsecured notes being offered today by Tyson Foods, Inc. ("Tyson") in 5-year and 30-year tranches. Net proceeds from the notes offering will be used to repay Tyson's $750 million term loan due August 2020, to repay a portion of its commercial paper borrowings, and for general corporate purposes. On June 8, 2018 Tyson upsized its senior unsecured term loan due August 2020 to $750 million from $500 million to partially fund the acquisition of Tecumseh Poultry, LLC for $382 million.
Tyson Foods and Feeding America® today announced the results of a two-year project focused on empowering local food banks to develop innovative animal protein sourcing programs to address hunger on the community level. The Tyson Foods Protein Innovation Fund provided $1 million to 10 Feeding America food banks in nine states to fund protein sourcing projects that have the potential to be scaled and replicated across the Feeding America network. “For the 40 million people facing hunger in the U.S., it’s not only important for Feeding America to help provide enough food to meet basic needs, but also to provide more nutritious food,” said Matt Knott, president of Feeding America.
CHICAGO, Sept. 26, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- ¡Yappah!, the new snack brand from the Tyson Innovation Lab that is helping to fight food waste by inspiring consumers to rethink snacks for good with its delicious, chef composed snacks, is launching on Kickstarter a three week crowdfunding campaign September 24 through October 15 showcasing an exclusive new flavor, Chicken Michelada. The Kickstarter campaign follows a successful partnership with Indiegogo in June through which the ¡Yappah! brand introduced its first four Chicken Crisps flavors on the crowdfunding platform. Co-creation with consumers and partnership with other like-minded companies is seen as essential to help tackle the issue of food waste and make an impact on a large scale.
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On September 19, Hormel Foods (HRL) was trading at a 12-month forward PE (price-to-earnings) ratio of 21.5x. However, the company is trading at a higher valuation multiple in comparison to peers. Tyson Foods (TSN) is trading at a 12-month forward PE ratio of 10.2x. Pilgrim’s Pride (PPC), Campbell Soup (CPB), and Conagra (CAG) are trading at 8.2x, 16.2x, and 16.3x, respectively, as of September 19.
Hormel Foods’ (HRL) current dividend yield is 1.9% based on the closing price of $39.66 as of September 19. In comparison, Tyson Foods’ (TSN) current dividend yield stands at 1.9%, while that of Sanderson Farms (SAFM) is 1.3%. Campbell Soup’s (CPB) current yield is 3.5%, and that of Conagra’s (CAG) is 2.3% based on its September 19 closing price. Dividend yield implies the cash flow received by the investor for each dollar invested in the company’s stock.
Wall Street analysts maintain a bullish outlook on Tyson Foods (TSN) stock despite its near-term challenges. Among the 16 analysts providing recommendations on Tyson Foods, ten have given it “buys,” five have given it “holds,” and one has given it a “sell” rating. Shares of Tyson Foods are down 23.1% as retaliatory tariffs from China and Mexico affect exports.
For busy adults trying to cook more with high-quality ingredients, Blue Apron Inc., one of the first meal kit companies, seems to offer an easy solution. More than just delivering good food to your door, the company markets itself as part of a do-gooder lifestyle. “With each Blue Apron home chef,” its website says, “we can build a better food system.” For those food-woke people who still want to shop, there are such supermarket brands as Tyson Foods Inc.’s antibiotic-free pork line, Open Prairie Natural Pork. Until recently, Tyson supplied Blue Apron with antibiotic-free pork.
The majority of analysts have maintained a “hold” rating for Hormel Foods (HRL). Over the past 15 days, we have seen just one change in target price. On September 17, BMO upped the price target on Hormel Foods to $44.00 from $38.00.
Hormel Foods (HRL) has delivered year-to-date stock gains of ~9.0% as of September 19, 2018. In comparison, peers Tyson Foods (TSN), Sanderson Farms (SAFM), and Pilgrim’s Pride (PPC) have fallen 24.1%, 27.5%, and 40.2%, respectively. Hormel Foods like other industry players has been suffering from cost inflation and rising logistics costs.